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i oredered £170 worth of sustanon and never recived a thing got a reply to numerous emails claiming they were in the post buy this was never the case ************* THIS GUY IS A RIP OFF MERCHANT DONT BELIVEVE ANYTHING HE SAYS STAY WELL CLEAR ***********PHILLIP HODGKINS ************ SCAMMER SCAMMER SCAMMER buysteroidscheap.com BEWARE

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  • Ro
      19th of Feb, 2009
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    buysteroidscheap.com - never recieved mp order
    Northern Ireland, County Armagh
    United Kingdom

    i ordered 200 pounds worth of steroids on the 30th of dec from the cowboy that is phillip hodgkinson and i still havent recieved my order, all he says is it, s coming buy recently he wont even reply to my e mails!

  • An
      16th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes
    buysteroidscheap.com - no goods received or money paid
    angelo ghidini
    United Kingdom
    Phone: 07932479691

    this man hes ripped me o of £160 i placed an order transferd the money and as soon as i informed him that the transaction had taken place he cut all comunication with me and i have not received any goods or heard rom him again despite my efforts.

    this man runs an internet scam and i want to shut him down he is stealing money from people

  • Gi
      14th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    made an order and paid £ 180 without receiving not even an email with an stupid excuse, after checking I found many others complaints about this scamer Philip Hodgkinson, so stay clear of his web site, low prices just to get your money.

  • Bi
      15th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    Uh oh, HULK MAD!

  • Gf
      19th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    First rule of fight club...you don't send money via western union or moneygram for the first order!
    Second rule of fight club...you do youre reseacrh on that company it will take you 2 mins to search in google to see if they have bad reviews, like i just did. I feel sorry for you guys who buy from cowboys.

    if they don't accept paypal...THEY WILL SCAM YOU.

  • Jo
      10th of Jun, 2009
    0 Votes

    iv been ripped off by this philip and i used pay pal

  • Re
      13th of Dec, 2009
    0 Votes

    YEP ITS TRUE HE`S GOT MY MONEY ASWELL WISH I LOOKED HERE FIRST HE`S SAYING THEY WERE IN THE UK NEXT DAY DELIVERY STILL HAVE`NT ARRIVED!!

  • Ws
      21st of Jan, 2010
    0 Votes
    buysteroidscheap.com - after payment, goods not delivered and no reply from seller
    WSN
    London
    England, Greater London
    United Kingdom

    Hi, ordered some goods worth £130, the site only accept payment via bank transfer. Paid the money in and never heard from the seller again, the emails I had from him (Phillip Hodgkinson) stop just after I completed the transfer.

    Do not buy from this site as it is a scam and he is only going to take your money and goods wont be delivered.

    Get this guy's site down to avoid other people being cheated.

  • Ro
      21st of Dec, 2011
    0 Votes

    I have just been scammed, transferred £490 into peter smith account and have received nothing, used buyuksteroids.com, anybody got a picture of this guy? Any information would be appreciated

  • Ad
      23rd of Jan, 2012
    0 Votes

    Whenever you see a product or service advertised on the internet where payment is made through a money transfer you should be deeply suspicious as this is a widely practiced method of scamming that offers absolutely no comeback for the victim.

    The ploy is to sucker you into thinking that the clandestine nature of the transaction warrants the anonimity of a money transfer. The psychology is textbook sociopathic: The seller flatters you, painting a picture in your mind that you are elevated into the in-crowd* carrying out a clever conspiracy to get one over the system. In truth, the seller is just out to get one over you.

    For instance, the same scamming technique is used to sell fake stolen credit card details. Where stolen credit card details are supposedly being traded, neither buyer nor seller would want their real names showing up anywhere. This means the normal link between buyer and seller, where identities are known to both, doesn't exist. Criminals have cottoned on to this broken link issue and are exploiting it on the internet for everything they can get, thus proving the old adage that there is no honour among thieves.

    If you send money via Western Union these days you are asked if you are using the payment to buy goods and services and, if so, are you sending the money to someone you have sent to before. Sadly that security measure is all too easy for crooks to sidestep. All the crok need do is change their identity next time they pick up payment from a naive buyer or operate in a country where money transfer procedures aren't always strictly adhered to. The lesson to be learned here is that any legitimate internet retailer will always use a payment system such as Paypal.

    *Cosa Nostra, the Sicilian Mafia, call themselves among other things "Honoured Society".

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