Contact ZBiddy at 1-877-403-6981 within 7 days of your first bid package purchase to get a refund.
According to ZBiddy’s guaranty, listed under their terms and conditions on their website, “All payments for bid packages are non-refundable except for any bid amounts remaining unused on the 1st bid package purchased by a user which qualifies for the ZBiddy guaranty as stated on the ZBiddy website. The refund will be available for 7 days from the date the user purchased its 1st bid package, provided that the user requests such refund from ZBiddy within such 7 day period.”
If you did not use any of your bids you are entitled to a full refund.
Do not allow ZBiddy’s customer support representatives to bully you around when you call to get a return on the bid package, which they charged you for without your consent anyway. The reps do not tell the whole truth on the phone when they state bid packages are non-refundable. Do not allow the reps to give you any sales pitches either. They will act like they are doing you a favor by telling you they will down size your bid package purchase for a cheaper price. Do not agree to this. Demand a return according to their own terms and conditions guarantee.
Never give ZBiddy any of your information. If you haven’t already made this mistake, never register or create an account on this website. The moment you give ZBiddy your credit card number, while simply creating an account, they immediately steal $60-$160 from you. They then try to make it look like you just purchased a bid package.
I was receiving new types of telemarketing calls on my cell phone the very next day.
In my experience, ZBiddy is an illegitmate, fraudulent, scam of a website. They even run their company out of a building that looks like a storage unit in Miami, Florida. After ZBiddy stole $99 from me, I contacted a customer support representative and politely requested their mailing address. Attached is a seedy-looking photo of their address according to Google Maps.
I wish I had done my research before registering an account on ZBiddy’s website. Review after review shows that too many people have fallen victim to ZBiddy. This company needs to be shut down, and the owners need locked up. If you have been victimized by ZBiddy please go to the Federal Trade Commission website and file a complaint, https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov. On the top, right-hand side of that page, there is a link that states, “Click here to file a complaint with the FTC.” Click it. It only takes a minute to file the complaint. Let’s all unite to ensure that justice is served.