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  • Re
      5th of Dec, 2008
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    I can not understand how these people can prey on older retired people like me. I have never been rich and I was getting desperate for some money. So when I Recieved these letters in the mail. Well I am old enough to know better. But like I said I was desperate.I Finally got myself a computer and I found out that eso-world is a SCAM. So needless to say I would like to do my part and help to expose this SCAM.

  • Dm
      7th of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    I was offered a "free" reading, so I signed and sent in the offer. I was then billed for a "free" service..I paid it and requested to be taken off of their mailing list. I was sent another letter demanding payment for the "free" service that I already paid for. Again, I sent a letter stating that I had paid
    for their "free" service and asked them to check their mail, with another written request to take my name off of their mailing list. I again received another letter from Eso World stating that my account was submitted to collection, but to avoid prosecution, to pay the original $45.72 to avoid late charges.In my second letter to Eso World, I asked why they couldn't be contacted if they were such a reputable business. I received no reply, just another threatening letter to pay for what I had paid for to begin with. I then tried to find a phone number through directory assistance so that I could try to reslove this ongoing issue, but to no avail. I was told by directory assistance that there was no phone number for this company.
    What can I do to bring this issue to permanent reslove and avoid prosecution for a "FREE" service that I had already paid for? I can't afford an attorney for a now$60.72 bill. I have already piad $52.00 for this "free" service

  • Gi
      24th of Sep, 2009
    0 Votes

    I was charged 45.80 for a supposed free reading by Calyssa, which I never received. When I asked for the reading to be resent to me I was charged an additional $15 late fee. What is unconscionable as far as I'm concerned is I have been allowed only three days to pay this
    outrageous fee (and it needs to go 3, 000 miles by snail mail) or I've been threatened with an additional $37.16 collection fee. All this without even a phone number. Or a web presence.

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