- Report: #980406
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Adrian Stone
Adrian StoneInternet United States of America
Adrian Stone Craigsflagger.net, do not use service. SCAM Internet
*Consumer Comment: Adrien Stone - Scam Artist, Extortionist, & Thief
*Consumer Comment: Wow - You want to work with this SCAM company?
*UPDATE Employee: Cohesion?
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(One of the messages i found from one of the representatives of the company below)
Yes Craigsflagger.net is a scam. It's true. I apologize. I created this website in hopes of making quick easy money. It's not my fault all you retards fall for it and decide to pay me. That's your fault! Take 2 days and read everything before you pay me. Don't just pay and then 10 minutes later, complain that s**t isn't working for you. That's not my fault. I told you I would just give tutorials on IDEAS on how to get what you're looking for. I never promised you anything. Don't try to dispute the payment either. You WILL NOT GET A REFUND!!Complain about my site, and i'll stalk your a*s and spread lies and slander about you. Otherwise, keep your mouth shut. Accept my apology and I will thank you for your money. Get over it!!!
I submitted a claim to paypal stating that this person is scamming people. I then received an automated message stating that i had violated license agreements, for using the software on multiple computers.
"This automated message is from our server. Your software has been reported as being active on more than one machine. It was activated on a new machine without permission or license. Your account has been put on hold, and your software deactivated until you explain to our support staff why our license restrictions have been breached."
I wrote an email to the company, stating that i had not used the software on multiple computers, and to please clarify the message.
I have recieved an message stating that i my software, that i purchased this morning has been deactivated, due to my using it from multiple machines. This is not true, i have only accessed it from one machine. please clarify.
You have launched a paypal claim against us as if you didnt know. Everything has been deactivated, and we will cancel the claim tomorrow.
I initiated a PayPal claim, but did not use the software on multiple machines, please clarify why the email was sent stating that I have used the software on multiple machines.
I dont care what it said, your banned. Your deactivated. Dont email back.
I then received an additional response from the company (Below)
We are posting your contact details on our wall of thieves in the members area, and giving your ip address paypal receipt to craigslist so they can go after you. Have a great weekend, thief.
I just wanted to share this experience with everyone in an effort that someone else may read this and not get scammed as i did today.
I can see that the scammer does respond to these reports with inaccuracies and false backstories, but the volume of responses from people against this product does illuminate what is really going on here.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/10/2012 10:26 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Adrian-Stone/internet/Adrian-Stone-Craigsflaggernet-do-not-use-service-SCAM-Internet-980406. 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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