- Report: #765795
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Ad Nuke
Ad Nuke Craigslist Flagging Software False Advertising And Seller Never Mentioned Disclosures And Flagging Guidelines On Website Internet
*Consumer Comment: Ad nuke lowers price hmmmmmm
*Consumer Comment: 100% of the time.... totally false
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Not Quite...
Also, the seller of the Ad Nuke software will try to confuse you with payment options. He may only accept Green Dot MoneyPak payments, but that's not the point I'm making here. I told him that I wanted to flag a maximum of 10 ads per day, so I'd rather spend $100 annually for the software. The $150 payment that he mentions is when you pay $100 annually for the software plus the $50 which is for 100 credits ($0.50 per credit or an extra 100 ads to flag) for every ad you flag over 10 ads a day. For example, if I flag 30 ads in a day, it will cost me $10 because I went over the 10 ads a day limit (30 -10=20, so 20*$0.50=$10 resulting in $40 in credits remaining). The seller of the Ad Nuke software had the nerve to tell me that I negotiated him down the price of $150. I told him that I only intend to flag as much as 10 ads per day so I'd rather spend $100 on it so I don't need the 100 credits, which is $50. I didn't need to flag more than 10 ads per day. That's all. He will play mind games with you when it comes to paying either $100 or $150.
So to everyone interested in buying a Craigslist flagging software, if you want to flag any ads that don't require any restrictions, Ad-Nuke (www.ad-nuke.com) is not the way to go. Before I bought the software, I thought I could flag any ad I want because I read everything on the website top to bottom and left to right. There were no disclosures or disclaimers about how the seller of the Ad Nuke software decides when to flag ads when submitting the links to flag on the software. I only flag scammers and spammers that post on Craigslist. But until yesterday, he came up with new terms and new rules about flagging ads on Craigslist using his software. And today, as of this writing, he still hasn't posted those guidelines of when he decides to flag ads on Craigslist. He decided to just refund my money without my permission, even though I expected to stay with his service in the long run.
If you're interesting in flagging ads on Craigslist, do me and yourself a favor by NOT buying his software. His service, payment options, and his guidelines which he doesn't disclose on his website are plain BS. I explained to him billions of times about my situation about getting rid of these scammers and spammers that post on Craigslist frequently, but he doesn't give two SH**S about it. It took me hours to explain to him how I got screwed by these scammers and spammers on Craigslist so the only way I can avenge them is by using the Ad Nuke software and flag their ads. He didn't give a damn about my situation. Not only that, he told me to leave him a positive feedback on www.thebotnet.com 2 weeks ago after I first tried out the demo version of his software, which I did. But obviously, he doesn't give a rat's A** about it because all he cares about is that positive feedback. I'm glad that I'm leaving a negative feedback on Ad Nuke here so everyone who's interested in buying a Craigslist flagging software should read. After all that waste of time of using his service and software, all I have to say is this: DON'T BUY FROM AD-NUKE (www.ad-nuke.com)!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/16/2011 10:46 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ad-Nuke/internet/Ad-Nuke-Craigslist-Flagging-Software-False-Advertising-And-Seller-Never-Mentioned-Disclos-765795. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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