- Report: #1139207
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Complaint Review: Auction.com
Auction.com They bid against bidders to jack up they price of the property and deceitfully paid somebody to state in the house so that bidder will not assess to it until after the bid and they have received their $2500.00. If you are the highest bidder and have already paid them that amount. The house will suddenly become empty. Irvine, California Internet
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If you noticed horrible things after the person moved out and refused to buy the house, your $2500.00 will not not be given to you back. I was I can't get close to property until I have signed the contract. I noticed, all the houses they listed in my state were occupied for the duration of the bid. They definitely bid against bidders to jack the price.
People should be aware the trick Auction.com uses to jack prices on properties and how they get people to occupy the property so that property problem will not be fully disclosed to the bidder. I do not know if they paid these people to stay in their until you become the highest bidder and the have pay the $2500, which the not return to you if you tried to back out. Immediately they received your money through wire transfer, suddenly, the property becomes vacant. Beware of this kind of ripe-off. This is why they demand their money to be wire transfer.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/16/2014 01:59 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Auctioncom/internet/Auctioncom-They-bid-against-bidders-to-jack-up-they-price-of-the-property-and-deceitfull-1139207. 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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