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Posted:    Raymond Wilhelm

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Complaint Rating:  71 % with 7 votes
I have been trying to get an ok from Craig Secure and it will not take my card . It says after 1 day I will be charged $37 dollars and there is no where telling me how to cancel if it finally goes through my credit card. I need a phone number for that
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 14th of Aug, 2009 by   jeffmorton973 0 Votes

fraudulent charge to porn sites - craig secure

Craig secure age verify service free not really info was used to purchase memberships to porn sites.
 26th of Aug, 2009 by   willie mccandless -1 Votes
they lie to you, say its for age verification only, no charges, ever! sooo you go ahead and on the next page! you get three days free and then we start to bill you for $39 a month! i have found no way to cancel! have to shut down my card its the only way! this is stait out ripping people off!
 26th of Aug, 2009 by   SuperVepr -1 Votes
I personally find porn repulsive. What did you expect from that caliber of merchant?
 29th of Aug, 2009 by   sdme +1 Votes
all you guys are fuckin idiots. you dont even know what the fuck hes talkin about. the age verification wasn't supposed to be for porn its so girls on dating sites can make sure you are "safe" and not underage. well that's their excuse its just a lure to get you to enter your credit info and they then use it to sign you up fro the porn sites so they can charge you a whole bunch of money for something you didn't intend to order. but dude you should have know it was a scam they are so obvious. what kind of girl would tell you to enter your credit card so she can know your age. that is a bullshit excuse. and you actually fell for it. you should have told her you'll send her a copy of your ID. then they will either ignore your reply or keep pushin for you to sign up on that website. ppl are fuckin stupid
 3rd of Sep, 2009 by   fraudnomore 0 Votes
To all you say you put you cc# in there and what do you think it is for how
about think it is for what it says it is, to verifi your age and make sure your not a sex
offender or anything like that! Where does it say even one time there is any sort of charge
NOWHERE!! This is fraud and all who defend it are the same fuckheads trying to take your
money plain and simple! It is so obvious that the posts are from the same people that will lose money when people complain about sites like these well I will let everyone know and will speak
as loud as possible about fraud like this so good luck getting many more suckers, as I will not stop
untill this is shut down!! You bastereds! Oh and by the way I am not a perv. I just work tiressly to shut down any kind of fraud be it from phone, internet, contrators you name it! So enjoy what you got for now
 12th of Sep, 2009 by   viccilaine -1 Votes
I was almost sucked into this site. I posted an ad looking for employees on Craigslist. I received a response asking that I first register with Craigsecure so that they know I am legit and not up to anything illegal. Had I two responses requesting the same I would have fell for it... I was already there entering in email addy before I thought better of it and backed out before proceeding. I am a woman looking for new employees... not looking for pervs or porn.
 12th of Sep, 2009 by   Guseppi the Wiser Old Man 0 Votes
They pull off these scams by putting in fraudulent "links" which give no indication (by the name) that you're about to become a member of a sex or porn site. Someone ought to hang them by their testies. Prior to my entrapment, I had always refused to get near anything like this, but in my case, the "link" appeared so innocent that I tried it and got zapped. Tomorrow, I will replace my credit card with a new one and chock it up to learning...even at my age. Don't judge these young folks for getting trapped. It wasn't their fault, no matter what you holy rollers say!
 13th of Sep, 2009 by   Kvmm -1 Votes
I chesked teh address povided with the site, which is supposed to be in Palo ALto, California. Tehere is NO such address. There is NO such street in Palo Alto. There is no such company listed in Santa Clara County either. This is the most clever scamm I have ever seen! Guys do not give you credit cards numbers. Report the scam to the authorities.
 20th of Oct, 2009 by   mackento -1 Votes
I nearly got caught by the site. I entered everything, however I only had a debit card, therefore couldnt enter a CVV2 allowing them to access my credit card. I pressed enter in an attempt to get through, however it kept not allowing me past that page. Will they use my name and address for anything?
 25th of Nov, 2009 by   thegr8one 0 Votes
all u guys are right, i was directed to a website frm a female off craig list and she kept emailing me to enter my cc info so we could "hookup"...i smelled a rat and told her i was no longer interested, she sent another email promising etc etc..sounded desperate...tld her hve a good day...i wouldn't be surprised if these bimbos are getting a commission for having guys sign up.
 18th of Dec, 2009 by   abetta -1 Votes
the website craigsecure and the biling site they send you to look legit. almost too good. but come on. you go on craigslist looking for a date and you get a bot or someone who wants to cam or send you to a crappy 3rd party site like craigsecure. the girl says get back to me soon she sounds urgent come on girls aren't like us guys they don't need sex now. what they want is your money now. i give up on craigslist for dating and their job ads are shady too. never respond to a 3rd party site for either dating or job postings and never upload your resume or credit card or social to any3rd party site from craigslist. Want a good date site have to pay for eharmany. craigslist sucks scam artist aboud. prey on horny guys and job seekers
 18th of Dec, 2009 by   abetta -1 Votes
also be warned of any craigslist job post that wants you to send info to a gmail adress. they are used by scammers because they are secure emails unlike other email services. you can't crack them cause they use secure socket layer https:
 22nd of Dec, 2009 by   victor jed -1 Votes
i singed up tonight and now im reading this whaat do I do guy tips quick i need to cancel this asap let me know how
 24th of Dec, 2009 by   bjk3690@gmail.com -1 Votes
craigs list secure definetly FRAUD .PV SECURE & SAFE2COLLECT same billing co. charges u 4 PORN phone # 800 934 1875 tell them u only wanted age verivacation, was charged for PORN, got charges reversed. craigs list secure is a SCUMMY SCAM SITE, learn by my dumb azz mistake
 11th of Jan, 2010 by   Scott3900 -1 Votes
What a scam this is. I almost fell for it myself. Here's some advice guys: beware of come-on lines by women that seem to good to be true. Here are some I've come across from women who responded to personal ads I posted or got back to me after I responded to their ad:
1. "I'm looking for some NSA action, and I really liked your ad"
2." I was just floored that someone responded to my ad since the girls here are so much younger than i am".
3." I've never done anything like this before and I'm kind of nervous about it"

I also want to point out that you should NEVER give credit card information to any service that says they're not going to bill you and that they just want to use it for age verification
 15th of Jan, 2010 by   AcidReflux +1 Votes
HAHAHAHA Come on folks. I heard about craigslist and played around a bit with it. I dropped an ad and EVERY reply I got ended up with another email containing a link to a page that I could enter in my info. HHMMM, I say. That shit is all so damn scripted and probably outsourced too. What f#@!s me up is that they can have all these as seen on MSNBC and CNN crap all over the page too. DONT BE FOOLED. LOL I don't know how they get away with this stuff but it's funny. I honestly don't feel sorry for anyone who was scammed by this or will be in the future. It's blatant what the hell is going on. A little common sense goes a long way guys.

A Tip...
If anyone out there continues to use craigslist just remember one thing. If the replies you receive start sounding like porn spam, IT IS PORN SPAM. Key words to look for. Tight, wet, Fit. OH and my favorite, "this is my first time" and "I'm a little nervous" BAH this isn't anyone's first time. LIARS. It's always too good to be true.
 17th of Jan, 2010 by   SimpleManJim -1 Votes
I was directed to "craigsecure.com" by a woman - at least I hope it was a woman - on Craigslist. I replied to her post and in her reply she asked me to tell her about myself: so I did and sent a pic of myself also. I asked her to tell me about herself and to send a pic also. When she replied the only thing she said about herself was that she was a "real woman" that just moved here from Cali, and her friend told her about this site - along with all the "ins and outs" concerning safety. Her reply directed me to craigsecure. Also in her reply she sent a pic (that wouldn't load, ) and asked me to send her a pic of myself. EVEN THOUGH I HAD ALREADY SENT ONE. So I check out the site and find on the second page, in fine print that my cc would be charged 40 bucks. I also see all the well known news station logos, so I decided to Google it and see what others have said concerning craigsecure - and am I glad that I did! Do not fall for this BS! Craigslist warns about scamers before you ever get to view any search results. Come on guys, let's think with the head with the brain, not the one that slows the blood flow to the brain. If a girl was really weary of meeting you, tell her to bring a friend that she trusts and meet in a very populated place.
I hope this will help someone not fall for this cunning and well devised scam.
 5th of Sep, 2011 by   durangorob 0 Votes
Yeah...I was directed to the site too...but I was smart enough to google the website and find out about the complaints before I gave them any info. Guys if you think these girls on Craigs List are just horny women wanting NSA sex...think again...99.9% are pros and they work for these types of sites. TANSTAAFL !!!
 28th of Apr, 2012 by   bt0851 0 Votes
If you notice on your emails from these so called women that each email you sent to them it is almost exacatly 32 to 33 minutes apart before you recieve an email back from them, boo ya your talking to a piece of plastic that's how i figured it out before letting them scam me, come on guys be.wise... think with your other head sometimes!
 21st of Jul, 2012 by   jimmytb 0 Votes
thank you guys so much all most got sucked in but i thought better and goggled what is Craig secure and found this site thank you all for posting this info. and i am with the one guy the only site out there that is worth it is e harmony thank you all for your advice. and in saying that as well i am going to do it the old fashion way and go out and try and meet women at some local bars and if i get shot down ill just call her a dike and move on to the next one. so guys horny lonely what ever it is just use your head and common sense thank you all so much and don't get sucked

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