• Report: #600757

Complaint Review: Car-auction.com & Clickbank.com

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  • Submitted: Thu, May 06, 2010
  • Updated: Fri, December 10, 2010

  • Reported By: Jeremy — Boston Massachusetts United States of America
Car-auction.com & Clickbank.com
Internet United States of America

Car-auction.com & Clickbank.com FULL class SCAM! trusted the company to provide me with a service instead they stole my money Internet

*Consumer Comment: Maybe There's Hope!

*Consumer Comment: car-auction.com

*Consumer Comment: Seems to be an accurate report..

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I have been a victim of a scam. i payed for a service in which offered me a "money back guarantee" and lists to hard to find repo vehicle auctions. 
when i realized that the site only provided links to other easy to find websites, i tried to fine the money back guarantee they promised. It sent me to a message stating this: What if I am not completely satisfied with Car-Auction.com? If you find that you are not completely satisfied with your Car-Auction.com membership, Car-Auction.com offers their members a Optout Policy Guarantee within 56 Days of your purchase. 
.....com/register-options.php">Click Here to order today!



 when you click the bold text it brings you back to square one purchasing options. 



i have been given false information, and i have been given a guarantee in which they will not provide. They took my money and i want it back

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/06/2010 02:15 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Car-auctioncom-Clickbankcom/internet/Car-auctioncom-Clickbankcom-FULL-class-SCAM-trusted-the-company-to-provide-me-with-a-600757. 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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#1 Consumer Comment

Maybe There's Hope!

AUTHOR: Jim - (USA)

If you paid for this by credit card, why not try the dispute process because quite frankly, you did not receive what you paid for.

If you paid for this with a "fake visa", an ATM card with a visa logo, find out what their dispute policy is, if there is one.

At any rate, I would start the process at once.  Time may be of the essence!

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#2 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: 6johnny4 - (Canada)

Hi, same thing happened to me.  I tried emailing and only received auto-reply saying a customer service agent would contact me within 12 hours.... didn't happen.  What I did do was go to the email they sent me and clicked on the citi-bank link... and eventually got to a page where you can ask for your refund... it said up to a week to get it done on cc but there is hope!

Hope this helps

Jon
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#3 Consumer Comment

Seems to be an accurate report..

AUTHOR: Ronny g - (USA)

I checked out the site and it works like this report describes. You got suckered bad..what were you thinking?

Not looking good. It is a self perpetuating automated virtual clusterf**k. No business address, no phone number, no link for contact info...nada, zip, zero.

It gets better..here is the chain of events when you click "support"..






Select Department:

(you choose from a huge list to the car auction dot com)
click continue:





Select Department:
( you choose from 4 selections..hit "payment questions")
click continue:

Choose a subject:
another list...select "satisfection guarantee" (not a typo..satisf "e"ction, it's almost amusing.
click continue:

What if I am not completely satisfied with Car-Auction.com?

If you find that you are not completely satisfied with your Car-Auction.com membership, Car-Auction.com offers their members a Optout Policy Guarantee within 56 Days of your purchase. Click Here to order today!

The next button on the bottom just says "back"

So once you are at this point which basically teases you into thinking you might possibly find a way to contact them..your final choices are to go back, or click the link to the page where you pay to join.

How did you pay? You may have the option to lodge a dispute with the credit card or paypal if you used it.

What to do next??...

On the national level, report this type of cybercrime to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA). On the state level, report the fraud to the office of the Attorney General. For ease of reporting, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), a partnership including the three federal organizations above serves as a vehicle to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding cybercrime.

Other Resources

  • The National Fraud Information Center will direct your complaint to the authorities, and provides information on Internet fraud and how to avoid it.
  • The National Consumers League provides many articles, research, tips, and other consumer information on cybercrime.
  • CyberCops supplies some very useful resources. You can file a complaint about your experiences or report suspicious activity on the Net. You can also search the complaint archives, read success stories, and check out a list of reported "suspicious characters."
  • The Better Business Bureau (BBB) registers complaints and allows consumers to check out online companies to see if any previous complaints have been filed against them.







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