Ever Private CardI am a victim of this fraudulent company!

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I checked my bank statement when i found that people take 49.95 from my account without my permission my bank give to me([protected])and i called, i was given this website (www.quickcards services.com) NO CLUE. I report to my bank THIS IS FRAUD. I WANT MY MONEY my account is negative now please help us.

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  • Au
    Aussielady Mar 18, 2011

    Also should I be concerned they have my credit card details!?

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  • Au
    Aussielady Mar 18, 2011

    I also have been done by tv addicts, should have realised something that seems too good to be true usually is! I was promised a full refund and return package, when I didnt get the refund I questioned it and was told they were having "technical difficulties" I had sent them 3 emails since in a 3 month period with no reply.. Recently tried to look up the site and its been taken down. Wish I had found this forum b4 I too got sucked in!

    Is there any way at all to get any money back? or do I count my losses?

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  • Gk
    gklensch84 Jan 05, 2011

    I received a flyer in the mail from www.123FreeOfDebt.com and decided to check it out. I stumbled across this page, and it appears there is yet another "company" this owner has registered. The same address keeps popping up. Glad I did the research!

    Please note: the registrant of the domain name is specified in the "registrant" field. In most cases, GoDaddy.com, Inc. is not the registrant of domain names listed in this database.

    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.
    DomainsByProxy.com
    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
    United States

    Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
    Domain Name: 123FREEOFDEBT.COM
    Created on: 20-Oct-10
    Expires on: 20-Oct-11
    Last Updated on: 01-Nov-10

    Administrative Contact:
    Private, Registration @domainsbyproxy.com
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.
    DomainsByProxy.com
    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
    United States
    +1.[protected] Fax -- +1.[protected]

    Technical Contact:
    Private, Registration @domainsbyproxy.com
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.
    DomainsByProxy.com
    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
    United States
    +1.[protected] Fax -- +1.[protected]

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS1.GSCADMIN.COM
    NS2.GSCADMIN.COM

    ****************************************************
    See Business Registration Listing
    ****************************************************
    Copy and paste the link below to view additional details:
    http://who.godaddy.com/whoischeck.aspx?domain=123FREEOFDEBT.COM

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  • Ju
    julius carson May 30, 2010
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    I found this company is now scamming people under the name www.floridavillamarketing.com it is registered under the same owner. I would suggest that everyone stay away from this site www.floridavillamarketing.com it looks like they are moving into all different types of fields, BUYER BEWARE OF WWW.FLORIDAVILLAMARKETING.COM I am posting this information below so you can see for your self

    Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
    Domain Name: FLORIDAVILLAMARKETING.COM
    Created on: 18-Aug-09
    Expires on: 18-Aug-10
    Last Updated on: 18-Aug-09

    Administrative Contact:
    Private, Registration [email protected]
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.
    DomainsByProxy.com
    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
    United States
    [protected] Fax -- [protected]

    Technical Contact:
    Private, Registration [email protected]
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.
    DomainsByProxy.com
    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
    United States
    [protected] Fax -- [protected]

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS1.WEB-MANIA.COM
    NS2.WEB-MANIA.COM

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    julius carson May 30, 2010
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    hello i also found out that this company is also trying to scam others as well it has now purchased the name www.floridavillamarketing.com i would suggest everyone stay away from these scam artists and buyer beware

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  • Ml
    ml;ml May 04, 2010

    ALSO OWNS A PORN WEBSITE FEATURING LARGE BUTT AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN.

    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260

    Unless the above address is just an address that a proxy website uses when the registrant opts to "mask their billing and mailing address" to be on the fair side. You tell me. But this Pinky woman might be behind this fake company since the fake company address registered to the website is the same address used when registering her website.

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  • He
    HereToHelpYou Mar 01, 2010

    Recetly Josh Finer had been brought to Justice by the FTC. Sort of. The FTC ruled that John and company must pay 52K in fines. This is in liu or 5M+ which has been suspended assuming Josh and Company is not a bad boy. You can read the filing here at the FTC website. He and his partners are still operating so beware.

    http://www.ftc.gov/os/caselist/0723241/090820vwstippi.pdf
    This is the HTML version:
    http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:C5E-MSWvB6EJ:www.ftc.gov/os/caselist/0723241/090820vwstippi.pdf+virtualworksllc&cd=11&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

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  • Sh
    Shellback Nov 16, 2009

    www.getcheapsoftwares.com seems to be the same scam operating under a different coat of paint. I bought a $995 piece of software that was represented as a production in the box product of original manufacturer. I recieved a light scribe copy dvd made it china. I tried to stop my bank from paying the bill but they know VISA's business practices and said exactly what they needed to to get the payment to go through. I even told VISA it was a scam but they deflected my evidence. THANKS VISA it was a scam and you helped the thieves even when I told you not to pay the bill. The company marked my order as refunded and kept the money. It is theft and when you need a cop that has jurisdiction it better be about stolen donuts or you won't even get them to take a police report.

    I am out the money and I have been banging away to find these scam artist. My bank aided the thieves - so did VISA - so did PayPal and the jokers just disappear in the night. The thing that really gripes me is that they are still open for business and you can place an order right now. THANKS VISA. Making world-wide fraud possible and ignore the customers warnings that it is a scam.

    BTW - I reported the copyright infringement to Autodesk who ignored my report. I reported the theft to the hosting provider who apologized and said there is nothing they can do and the theft goes on because the website is still up and taking orders - Thanks VISA. I redacted my information however if law-enforcement wants to actually work the case use the tracking number to find me.

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  • De
    Deanna wright Aug 22, 2009

    Thank god in school I learned how to fully investigate website. Tv addicts and DVD avenue are the same company and the customer testimonials are from the same two ppl. Note to everyone if ur unsure about a site being legit if they don't have proper contact us info such as addresses and phone #'s they a pretty much fake. On this page they have a link in the FAQ sections about having a guaranteed secured system, light bulb, you should never click a link that is on a page instead type in your address bar yourself because the page will only direct you to a page they have set up themselves. And last if u are ever ever unsure google the company's name and see if there is a complaint page such as this one. Also remember your bank should have some type of recourse for u to get your money back. Ask them to file a regulation E report for you. When ordering with a credit or debit card on legit websites if it doesn't ask you for you cards security code which the three digit number on the back of most cards the site is prob fake.

    I hope this was useful and thanks for the heads up!!

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  • Su
    suck me Jul 30, 2009

    looks like a place to start a paper trail for a fake business to me. people who start businesses like this usually end up going to costa rica. They end up caught when all they really had to do was put there minds to work creating something that actually was a business.

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  • Bo
    bossman1980 Apr 17, 2009

    Hi,

    I was looking for the 1960s batman TV episodes, which incidentally seems not to have been released at all on DVD. However, I found many similar looking sites advertising the same product - however, none of them had a working "Order" button and instead pointed at adsense links and cheating the customer to clicking on them.

    It seems that these sites have been taken down, but the owner continues to profit from these using adsense.

    I think that these sites need to be taken down or at least removed from popular search engine's indexes.

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  • Ja
    jaik Apr 16, 2009

    give address is fake "15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260"

    is it seo company ? or loan..

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  • Te
    Tel Mar 04, 2009

    I would like to ask if anyone has ever seen this site www.bankersprofits.com - it looks so easy with info on how to earn money easy & quick... (& who isn't trying to in the current climate) but after some investigation i have found that the registered keeper of this domain traces back to this address... 15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260... & after all the things i have read above that this add leads to - i can only assume that 1 way or another these people are making money from this (or why would it be here?) i just havn't worked out how... im sure if i spent some more time i would see how... but i can't be arsed!... just wondered if anyone has come across this or has any info/ideas? many thanks.

    Unsure from London England.

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  • Jo
    Joe Jan 25, 2009

    the newest fraud in this group is www.buydirectoutlet.com It says it is a Chinese wholesaler, but the ip address comes back to Arizona. FRAUD!!!

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  • Se
    Sebastiao Araujo Sep 12, 2008
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    These people are crooks (as are those from www.dvdavenue.com). Recently, I have two of my credit cards cloned just after trying to buy some dvds from these sites. I have warned my bank and sent a complaint to the american FBI. Unhappily, these sites are still available and active on Internet, and certainly many other persons will be victims of fraud. So, be aware of the "internet dogs"!

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  • Sc
    Scam Sep 09, 2008

    This website is a total scam. I ordered from it two or three weeks ago (I was stupid enough to not research the site until after I had already placed an order), and got my order yesterday, of course, a bootleg. I tried contacting them, but their e-mail address and phone number don't work. I also tried reporting them to the Better Business Bureau, but, as the address tvaddicts.tv has listed is also not valid, the BBB said they could not pursue the matter. Today, I found a charge for almost $100 on my Check Card that I did not remember making. I called the bank, they said the charge originated in Canada (which is where tvaddicts.tv is located, though the IP address traces to Ukraine. I'm in Pennsylvania). Fortunately, they said that they can give me provisional credit for now, and reimburse me after their investigation (in a week or two). They also sent me a new Check Card, and put a hold on my current one.

    Fortunately, it looks like I won't lose any money, besides the initial $81 that I paid for the DVDs. NO ONE ORDER FROM TVADDICTS.TV OR DVDAVENUE.TV (same site, different web address). IT IS A SCAM, YOU WILL BE SCAMED, YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION WILL BE USED.

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  • Re
    Reverend Eternity Sep 03, 2008
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    Yeah, TVAddicts.tv is a very big ripoff. I don't know why the owner scams other customers and yet, they are still up. Well I think it's time to have him behind the bars just like other scammers experience now

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  • Ll
    llloyd Sep 02, 2008
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    I wish I looked before I leaped! I got suckered out of $80.00 for a Christmas gift of Scarecrow and Mrs. King dvd's for my mother. Imagine the horror when it didn't arrive and I had to go out and buy her something else. I've been through the BBB and was told this is a foreign company to whom they can not get in contact with. I have however forwarded them new information regarding another website TVDVDSTORE.net that looks quite similiar to tv addicts website. I asked that they reopen my closed file and research to see if these are the same people. I continue to try and get my money back! Not holding my breath. Buyer beware!

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  • An
    Andrew Fisher Aug 06, 2008
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    We are the same schisters as:
    TV DVD WORLD
    allmyfavoriteshowsondvd
    tvaddictstv
    dvd avenue
    & many many more
    we use several addresses phone numbers nad never give a refund
    I herad that we might be locked up pretty soon but im soparnoid with all the meth imn i don know what day week it is

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  • Ke
    Kent Jul 28, 2008
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    These clowns are nothing but scammers...don't believe anything you read from their sites 'cause it's all phony. The copies of DVSD's my daughter received of "Scarcrow & Mrs. King" were of such poor quality they were unwatchable. A 5 year-old holding a video camera pointed at a TV set across the room could produce a better product than these bozos did. They constantly change the name of the "contact" you're dealing with, tell you that your refund is in the mail or that better copies are on their way to you...nothing but a bunch of bull. Through our bank, we were able to stop some of the payments that were about to be released and were able to recover a bit more, but it isn't worth the hassle...save yourself the time and grief...you won't get what you think you are.

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    Mike Jun 21, 2008
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    So, are there any websites similar to this (that sell TV shows that AREN'T on dvd, and give you nice art work, dvd menu's, etc)...is there any site out there that's actually legit?

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  • Je
    Jennifer Jun 10, 2008
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    I was just about to order the wonder years dvd collection! Thank you for the input! I will definitely not buy anything from this company! Thank you Thank you!

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  • Do
    Dolores Tozier Jun 09, 2008
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    Ihave beeen trying since January, 2007 to get a usable copy of "Centennial". I have received one excuse after another. I was told in a e-mail that they would send me a watchable set. The complete set I received has large blank spaces in the CDs. Nothing has arrived. They do not answer my e-mails or phone calls. This is a very deceptive outfit. Please help. This set cost me $2225.98.

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  • De
    dee May 12, 2008
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    Fascinating. Try connecting to either to either tvdvdworld.tv or tvaddicts.tv or www.allmyfavoriteshows.com -- the sites no longer exists.

    SOMEone has been reading here.

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  • De
    dee May 12, 2008
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    Can't their site be shut down? Isn't there any recourse?

    Has anyone written to the Better Business Bureau or don't they handle this kind of scam?

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  • Bi
    Bill Mar 18, 2008
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    Just like all the others, Ripped off. Are they still in business, I email with no answers, I call, no answer. How do they get away with this, where is our attorney general

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  • Ja
    jason a Mar 17, 2008
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    This company took my money and after requesting a refund they never sent after telling me it would be 10-15 business days for my refund check. I did this process 3 times and was told the same thing every time and never refunded my check! it has been almost a year now. Anyone interested in SUING! This company please email me i think everyone scammed should get together and sue these ###s for stealing are money! You can reach me at [email protected] i have an attorney we could all use to try and get our money back if its even possible at this point!

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  • Ri
    Richard A. Schaefer Feb 23, 2008
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    In December we orderd two separate orders from this company. They promptly took our money and we never received our orders. We attempted to contact them over and over. Live chat and emails. They always responded that our orders were on backorder and would ship the fallowing week. This went on until almost February and then we requested our money back. They refunded 41.00 out of over $200.00. Is there anyone who knows a way to try to recover our money? Help.

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    Regina Feb 17, 2008
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    This website is and still is a big rip off!!!!!!!! I ordered the New York Undercover DVD set about two months ago. Well, they took my money of course, but I have not recieved my order. I have also been calling and emailing with no reseponse. I have my bank looking into this and hopefully I can get my money back. This was a Christmas gift for my husband. The phone number they have listed doesn't even have an answer and the emailing complaints have gone without answer. HOWEVER, my husband emailed them to ask if they had the New York Undercover box set in stock (THEY EMILED ME AFTER GETTING MY MONEY TO TELL ME MY ORDER WAS ON BACKORDER) and they quickly replied to him saying they were in stock and ready for him to place an order. SCAAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMERSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! I will let you know what happens with my bank's investigation. RUN, RUN AND RUN FROM TVADDICTS.TV!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Me
    Mensur M. Feb 12, 2008
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    I got sucked in by these people too. I ordered a complete of "HONDO tv series" (17 episodes) and it passed more than 2 months without any answer to my emails.
    Actually, i live in Europe, and I asked a friend of mine who lives in US to order for me.
    She told me that these guys never answer on the phone, and they always went only to voice-mail.
    The Movie set costs $129.99, and thats 2 weeks salary here in my living place (Macedonia, Europe).
    I am double disappointed, first that my poor friend (she went to study there) who paid for me. Ok i will return money to her, and second, i was desperately searching for that movie for more than 20 years. And when i finally found it, i got ripped by these people.
    So, we can't do anything you say?
    Regards to all of you, and be careful in ordering things online again :(

    P.S.
    if anyone have any solution, please write to me here:
    [email protected]
    or
    [email protected]

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    Liz Cruz Feb 09, 2008
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    This site has really helped me in choosing what internet online shopping sites I can trust. For some reason I've been receiving tons of emails from TVAddicts.tv even though I've never been on that site.
    After visiting them i looked them up on google and I've found out that they are just another fraudulent company. I think I've heard it mentioned that they're are linked to DVDDonkey which is another fraudulent online shopping site. Do Not buy from there under any circumstances.

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    Gene Curtis Feb 02, 2008
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    After 3 e-mails and 4 phone calls, someone finally replied and asked for my order number - twice! I replied twice, giving them the order # and an explanation( that the order had been place by my daughter and given to me as a Christmas gift) and that's the last I've heard of that! That was maybe a week ago. I've about given up :(

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    Gene Curtis Jan 21, 2008
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    I wrote the Comment about the boxed set of the Fugitive. I've now called TVAddicts and/or DVDavenue 4 times and e-mailed them 3 times with no human response whatsoever! Does anyone know where I can make an "official" complaint that will actually do some good? I'd appreciate any info anyone has to share. Thanks a lot!

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    Penny Jan 11, 2008
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    Thanks to all of you for your postings and your info about this company. You have saved me from ordering from this ###, eh scam company. I was considering order a DVD set, but googled the company name and found your list of complaints. Thanks again!

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    Connie Cox Jan 08, 2008
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    They are in Canada and are under investigation by the RCMP. They go by several different business names. I went through the same thing as all of you. No answer on the phone. No answer to my emails but I did have many online chat conversations where they kept telling me they will credit my account and they never do. When I try to get manager information they end the session. No recourse from Bank since too much time has passed.

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    Gene Curtis Jan 03, 2008
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    I received a "bootleg" copy of a boxed set of the old tv series, The Fugitive. To make a long story short, every disc I've tried to play so far has been flawed, to the extent that at least one full episode on each disc will not play! Poor quality in buring the taped tv show to DVD and no response to two telephone calls and one e-mail to the company. It was purchased from DVDAvenue.tv and or tvaddicts.tv. Both companies, and others I understand, are one and the same.

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    Tom Adam Dec 28, 2007
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    I'm embarrassed to say I, too, have been scammed by these folks. I'm normally one of the most security-conscious people around, particularly when it comes to on-line activity, but I got sucked in by these folks. I ordered 2 different boxed sets as Christmas presents but -- you guessed it -- nothing was ever shipped. My payments were processed but nothing was shipped. My phone calls went only to voice-mail and were never returned. My e-mails likewise never received a reply, not even my latest one where I have them 48 hours to respond or I was pulling out all the legal stops I can muster (I can muster quite a few, frankly).

    The one bright note in all this is that I just spoke with my bank. I had billed these 2 orders to my debit card, which does have fraud protection. I will be getting reimbursed for the 160 dollars, and my bank will be getting it by -- and I love this -- taking it back out of that company's account.

    The bank doesn't get involved in any potential criminal reports, but we as consumers can and I recommend that everyone here with similar experiences do the same. I've already started that process. This constitutes wire fraud, making it a Federal offense.

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    Alison Anderson Dec 21, 2007
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    I ordered a video from DVD Donkey on November 26 2007- but got suspicious when the promised confirmation email didn't come within a few days. Fortunetly I had saved a copy of the confirmation screen that came up when I ordered, so I wrote them an e-mail (although I had to figure out adding ".com" was the correct ending for the address). I did get a reply to that from TVaddicts.TV, saying it was on backorder. I wanted it for Christmas, so I wrote back twice to them asking to cancel the order, they never replied. Finally when I called the number on the info I had saved from the website, the intro recording said it was DVD Avenue, and the salesperson barely spoke English. She did find my name in the system associated with my oreder #, and promised a credit would appear on my card account statement. When I asked her why the company went by so many names she said she wasn't allowed to answer that, but assured me they were a legit company (right!, thou protesteth too much). When I called my credit card company they did not show any charge on the date I made the order. To be safe I cancelled my card and ordered a new one. Ugh!

    Clue number 1: too good to be true prices!

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    manuel orendain Dec 04, 2007
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    BE VERY, VERY, VERY CAREFUL. TV Addicts and DVD Donkey are ONE AND THE SAME group of lowly criminals. They are so jockishly reckless. They don't even care to change the format similarities of their websites. Why? because they know that there is a larger number of people looking to stretch their money versus the vigilant ones. If you were caught in their trap there might still be time. Call your Credit Card company immediately and tell them to cancel the bogus transaction.

    Here are some clues to note when using online ordering systems:

    Number 1 clue: Always watch for the "http" on the address bar to change to "https" when the ordering starts. ALL legit sites display this secure socket layer feature. An example: Three Christmases ago, a seller of luxury wristwatches advertised with high frequency on several,widely circulated business magazines. I almost ordered via their online system. When I was trying to order, their constant and over hyped assurance of their order security caught my attention - just like the way DVD Donkey did it. But instead of impressing me, my attention was taken to watch their "http:" closely. It never changed to "https:" -- That watch seller is now gone, and I've never heard of or met anyone who has ever admitted to purchasing any of their fine watches. Years later, I've forgotten the watch people and ran across TV ADDICT and DVD Donkey. I tried both because I was lured by the great prices and my own personal greed. I started to fill out the order forms and started to feel a bit weird about their format. But after clicking on "submit" and waiting for the next window to appear, I was actually watching the little window where the "https://..." should appear. It didn't. Several things appeared and that's when I realized that I was almost had by an internet crook! --- visions of the wristwatch scammer flashed before me!

    Clue Number 2: Always look for stolen popular graphics. In DVD Donkey, as soon as I got the new window, staring at me was Donkey's face telling me, "I GOTCHA! YOU ARE AN ###!" A cold chill ran down my back. I just realized, "Oh ###!" If this site was legit it won't bother to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to commercially license a character like "Donkey" from a multimillion dollar movie franchise like "Shrek." It's just not proportionate to the effort. This is a stolen graphic! Ergo, this is a site owned by criminals who are at present committing an act of felony, namely on me.

    Clue Number 3: How can a legitimate site get their numbers soooo screwed up and not mind it? Unit cost $299.00; Amount $148.99; Shipping $ 28.78; Total $148.99; Tax 6.99; Total 148.99. If you want to make crime a career, jerkwad, you have to get good grades, at the very least, on - arithmetic. We're not asking you to do Differential Calculus here, you know. Geez, even Joe "Bananas" Gambino knew how to use a slide rule, balance chemical equations and diagram sentences. Idiota!

    Clue Number 4: It's the old, corny adage quoted by everyone from She Who Must Be Obeyed to He Whose Name Cannot Be Used To Name Cute Fluffy Things- "If it's too good to be true...."

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    debra snider Nov 11, 2007
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    everprivatecard tried to collect from my bank 54.95, causing a 27.61 od and the 27.61 nsf in the same transaction. then they did collect 54.95 from my checking account at boone county bank in columbia mo 65203 and i was charged another overdraft fee of 27.61. i want my money back. this caused an extreme mess of my account and i had alot of od and nsf charges on checks that should have been paid. Please reply to me asap about refunding my funds by certified check or draft as this has caused the bank to close my account and it made a complete catastropy of my life. i am totally disabled and i only get 800.00 monthly which is quite a strain. i don't even know how they came about this or who they even are, but i know i have not received any compensation or product, etc. for this fee. please email me and i can prove the transactions if need be.

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