They sent out a thing for free iPhone 11, just pay the 1.00 shipping. Next thing I know, they charged my debit card twice for 4.95 and then again this morning for 49.95. This is bullshit and I want my money back now.
Review by Steventhen7 months ago
Charging credit card
I have no idea. Never heard of them but they have charged my dept card two months in a Row for 9.95 and I have no idea what for and no response from them about the charges. After reading about them it is a shame and a embarrass ment to our very special government for not getting involved and shutting these low life humans from stealing money from the elderly. Disable and from the perfectly Healthy people .
Review by Ngakak7 months ago
I was e mailed by this company one day and told that due to a special program I could get an iPhone 11 for 1.00. I have been billed 69.95 twice. If they don't refund my money within 48 hours I will contact my attorney and get a WHOLE lot more.
Review by RedPlanet10 months ago
eCreditSaver iPhone 11 SCAM
Received text message that says “ To acquire your brand new product with VIP code: T6WMH0BT7, message YES” I enter sweepstakes frequently. Assuming I won my sweepstakes, I typed yes and proceeded to follow the link. That page provides my tracking number. Upon selecting track my package I am asked for $1.00 shipping fee. For an iPhone 11 to be delivered. Well right then I knew this is a scam. I am a professional sweepstakes junky lol ? so I know that you will never be asked to pay for anything when you win something. You might have to sign a tax form at the very most. So I read the fine print and it says you will be billed recurring charge monthly for $69.99 for membership fees. Doesn’t specify what the membership is for. They just hope for a victim that doesn’t read fine print and so greedy for a $1.00 iPhone they will hand over all their bank information to roll the dice. There are a few URL’s involved with this transaction. The first link I was sent to is YouGotLuckyDude.com after that I was taken to Offr2Day.com after that I was taken to the page that collects your payment method that URL is BudgetMesh.com at one point I was taken to the URL eCreditSavers.com so beware of these websites and remember. If something seems to good to be true.. it’s because it is. After conducting extensive research on this particular scam. Not one victim has been compensated for their financial loss. The victims banking institutions are allowing the scammers electronic recurring payment from their bank account. I imagine because the victim checked the box agreeing to terms of service (without reading the fineprint) because it’s definitely in the fineprint. Reading the fineprint is how I prevented myself from being scammed. When the bank is provided verification that the terms of service were agreed to. In a sense that ties their hands. The bank will tell you that you need to cancel the membership with the company. But the company doesn’t exist. They don’t answer phones. They don’t return calls. They don’t answer emails. You’ll have to close that bank account out. The scammers can’t take money from an account that doesn’t exist. Also , You have to file police report and push for the district attorney to take the case. You have to go after these people.
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