- Report: #81190
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Complaint Review: Ben Anderson, Macroseller (Ebay)
Ben Anderson, Macroseller (Ebay)4740 Warner Ave #111 Huntington Beach, California U.S.A.
Ben Anderson, Macroseller (Ebay) Aka Auction-mania, Cafe-king, Silvrrein, And Now Macroseller Internet fraud specialist, non-delivery of Ebay auction items, con artist, Huntington Beach California
*Author of original report: Refund issued by macroseller after threatening legal action
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His negative feedback is actually much higher than reflected on Ebay's feedback page, Anderson is very successful in getting it removed if it contradicts Ebay's privacy policies. I have seen more that 5 negative feedbacks for macroseller removed in a single week. Two feedbacks with references to ripoffreport were excluded as well as feedback from buyers who left their phone number or email addresses urging others to call for the whole story on Ben Anderson/macroseller.
Be cautioned, Ben Anderson is a internet thief and you should not expect to receive what you pay for if you buy items from him on Ebay. Someone at Ebay should take an honest look at his activies and then apologize to all the suckers he has duped under his various seller names.
Oak Park, Illinois
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/20/2004 03:45 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ben-Anderson-Macroseller-Ebay/Huntington-Beach-California-92649/Ben-Anderson-Macroseller-Ebay-Aka-Auction-mania-Cafe-king-Silvrrein-And-Now-Macrosel-81190. 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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