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Date This Problem Happened: December 12, 2011

State You Live in: New York

Race/Ethnicity: Asian

Age Range: 36-50

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $15

Company Name:

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number: 972-479-5099

Website of Company:

Consumer Statement:

On 12/12/2011, we purchased a Barneys and Nobles gift card for $15 on this website. The gift card was never sent and googled it to find out many victims just like me. It is a national fraud and it was too late for the bank to credit the money back to me (has to be within 60 days)The website is still on. I might not be the first one to complain about this fraud but it is the fact that so many victims lost money on this website.

Consumer Action Taken:

We have made phone calls so many times but always ended up with answering machine. I called the credit card company and they said it’s past 60 days and nothing they can do about it. Just like what others said, it’s not only feeling of being scammed, some victims actually have hard lives and live on some savings as hopes.

If you feel you’ve been financially hurt by a debt relief company and deserve a refund, read these step-by-step instructions on how to proceed to attempt to get your money back.

If you do get your money back, come back and leave a comment about it. I’d love to praise companies that step-up and do the right thing for people.

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