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  • Author: Anonymous
  • Date: 11.13.2012
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 (Votes #: 0)
11.13.2012

BestBuyRwdz.com

They contacted me through text message to recieve a $1,000 gift card to Best Buy. I believe they bought my information from a third party that was probably a scam as well.I did not recieve the gift card. The add said i was supposed to pick two different adds to subscibe to and they wanted my credit card number to charge me the shipping of the items. The full amount was supposed to be charged to me if i wanted to keep the subscription. I did not recieve a comformation e-mail or number to claim my gift card. Soon after i have not recieved comformation i decided to do some research and found out that the websight www.bestbuyrwd.com was a scam. I guess i was stupid to think something like that could accualy be true. i am in debt and hardly any money so i guess i was also a little desperate to get $1,000 gift card for the holidays. I regret even thinking about responding to the text and will never make the same mistake twice. I went back on the websight through the text message that was sent to me and unsubscribed. I found out when i unsubscribed that my information for the subscription was set to a "Find Loves Match Flirting Tips". Not only did i not get the gift card but i also got signed up for a subscription i did not know about. Don't ever trust any offer from a text message no matter how good the offer may seem.


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Complaint author: Anonymous

Country: USA
State: All USA

Category: Miscellaneous

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