- Report: #587090
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Ascentive
Ascentive201 SPRING GARDEN ST Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America
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While routinely checking my bank account transactions online, I have discovered an unauthorized charge of $59.99 from originating from Ascentive, LLC. I have never done, or planned to do business with the said company. I have immediately notified my bank that the fraudulent charge has occurred, and canceled my debit card associated with the affected account. After doing some research, Ive realized this is a fraudulent company and there is no benefit to a consumer to contact them directly. Usually, the first thing the nave consumer does, is to contact the company first in hope of being given an explanation and retribution. Often the consumer is very emotional about their complaint. After some hand twisting and threats, the company eventually agrees to refund the consumer the charge, humiliating the consumer in the process, because he or she didnt understand the rules. What I urge the consumers to do is not to waste their time and direct their energy at legally prosecuting the company. First, you have obviously determined that you are dealing with thieves, and the thieves will do everything possible at intimidating you physiologically (not giving you contact options, blaming you, and finally getting off the legal hook by refunding you). But you should keep in mind that for every 10 consumers going through this process, there will be always 20% who simply either give up, or just miss the charge and never report it. This is how the thief is earning their illegal profit. Therefore, I urge that consumers take their time and rationally approach this issue.
your debit/credit card to ensure no further charges.
your banks dispute department and demand the refund. The refund will be
credited to your bank account within a couple of days.
the Company. States have databases with companys registration
information, founders name, address, etc.
the authorities and file reports. It is better NOT to report against the
company, file the complaint against an individual who is the head of the
the POLICE REPORT immediately referencing similar fraudulent activity as
evidenced by other consumer website complaints.
In this case, the following is the information about the company.
Limited Liability Company - Foreign
Entity Number: 2937229
Address: 201 SPRING GARDEN STRE
I have immediately filed the report against Adam Schran (by the way, here is what looks like to be a video of this jocker on YouTube, so watch this D..k who is in charge of the company taking money out of your accounts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSBwyNnxG5w ) and Ascentive, LLC with the following authorities:
Philadelphia Police Department
Internal Affairs Division
PA FBI Agent: Janice K. Fedarcyk
William J. Green, Jr. Building
FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection
Pennsylvania Attorney General:
Please do the same as I did. Dont waste your time with the scum. Thank you.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/29/2010 07:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ascentive/Philadelphia-Pennsylvania-19123/Ascentive-How-to-file-reports-against-Ascentive-Philadelphia-Pennsylvania-587090. 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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