- Report: #1091216
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Complaint Review: Deal Dash
Deal Dash i entered all information required to charge bid to my Visa card but then I changed my mind and cancelled. The company still proceeded to charge my Visa. So, I decided to bid for $25 Target card. I kept bidding until the Target card reached almost $5. To my surprise, Deal dash wanted me to buy more bids. What? So the process is that each time you bid, you get charged. I got charged $36 just to participate in a $25 target card That doesn'tt happen in a regular auction!!! bid for 25 Internet
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Filled out information required to what I thought was a show of genuine desire to paticipate in the online auction. However after much thought I cancelled. DealDash still went ahead and charged my Visa $36. I was notified that I can participate in the auction. Out of curiosity, I proceeded to test the process. I kept bidding for a $25 Target gift card which was initially priced at less than $1. To my disgust, a flash notification informed me that I needed to buy more bids in order to continue bidding. To conclude, one pays for each bid entered. I got charged $36 to bid for a $25 gift card, which bid I terminated because I refused to be suckered in again
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/11/2013 10:33 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Deal-Dash/internet/Deal-Dash-i-entered-all-information-required-to-charge-bid-to-my-Visa-card-but-then-I-cha-1091216. 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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