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Rima TelecomsScam!!! Scam!!! Scam!!!

Found their ad on, seemed great until I saw the site. Emailed them and a miss anna got back to me, very pushy with all the usual tactics, buy 20 units get 20% off etc.

Inquired if I could use escrow and got back "we only accept money gram and wire transfer". Kept pushing as to why they dont use secure payment options, no response... And theres a reason for that... They are a scammmm!!! Beware of this company, do not buy anything from them. Follow these rules.

1. ) never pay money gram or wire transfer, both are untraceable and scammers love em
2. ) beware of companies with gmail, hotmail or yahoo contact, also untraceable
3. ) notice the "echoz" in their domain, its a free url shortening service, scammers love those too.
4. ) if iphones cost 1/3 price from them and they still offer 20% off with huge purchases... Its a scam!!!
5. ) notice the big long list of popular products? Dead giveaway too, scammers claim to have it all to scam all.

In conclusion sure I didnt buy from rima, but check out these here sites below, look familiar? One, sql trades has complaints on here as well... For guess what? Scamming!

And heres the fake shipping company they use! Note the "echoz" in that too!


  • Bl
    Blackmaleya41 Apr 26, 2017
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    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    I received a second noticed from the National Magazine Exchange in the mail today. Although the letter looked rather official, I thought I would do my due diligence and do a little checking before calling the toll-free number [protected]) included in the message. I am glad I did. It seems that the contest is a scam to sell magazines on a trail basis which the consumer will never see or be able to cancel.

    Thanks for the 411 about the company. There seem to be quite a bit of fake contest coming out of Florida these days.

    Consumer beware

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  • Ka
    Kabaliga Nov 14, 2016

    I would like to know if these particulars are for your company:
    Bank name: — axis bank ltd.
    Account number: — [protected]
    Account name: — indiamart intermesh limited
    Swift code: — axisinbb022
    Bank code: — [protected].
    And this telephone contact: +[protected] +[protected] + [protected]
    Find also attached copy of our transfer copy to you or them.
    Ceo patrick


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  • Su
    Superaster Aug 09, 2016
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    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    It is Hellotrade themselves that are the scammers. They scrape content from other peoples bussiness websites and fool you into thinking you are contacting the company whose details page you are on when in fact it is hellotrade you are contacting.

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  • Jo
    John L Smith Sep 23, 2017
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    Verified customer

    @Superaster Agreed! Hellotrade sends us spam email every week!!!

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    Hellotrade Int Dec 21, 2015
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    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    Dear Jim

    We are extremely thankful that you report such activity we have disabled Rima Telecoms from for lifetime and they will not appear on HelloTrade any further, also in case you need any other help please contact +91 [protected] or write us on [email protected]

    HelloTrade Team

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