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Complaint Review: E-commerce Exchange - Jason Becker - National Wholesale Company - NWC - Profitbig
E-commerce Exchange - Jason Becker - National Wholesale Company - NWC - Profitbig321A Merrimack Street Methuen, Massachusetts United States of America
E-commerce Exchange - Jason Becker - National Wholesale Company - NWC - Profitbig NWC, Inc They charged me money for a service that they never offered Methuen, Massachusetts
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I subscribed to a company called National Wholesale Company for wholesale services on Nov. 07, 2008. The company said they offered all of these great services, such as building me a website for wholesale products for my eBay account, offering a list of great wholesale products for a very cheap dollar amount, and with great dropshipping services. The company was going to charge me a fixed monthly rate of $69.90 per month. With that being said, I went on google typed this company in after I had already subscribed for a 2 year contract with my banks routing and account number available for automatic monthly withdraw of $69.90 and find out they have a whole list of complaints on scam.com and ripoffreport.com and are still accredited by this somewhat reputable Dun & Bradstreet accreditation. And all of the sudden on the course of the next 2 months of this service from all of phone calls that I have been making to them with no services offered, I get the next months charge of $79.90 and the following months after that charge of $135.80, so with that being said I closed my bank account and started a new one. Then after the following few months have passed I get this bill from this collection agency of $1006.80 from Southwest Recovery Services which blows my mind because there has not nearly been that many months passed in order for me to owe the National Wholesale Company Wholesaler from the Southwest Recovery Services Collections Company the amount of money worth of $1006.80. I have paid this Southwest Recovery Services Collection Agency installments of $20.00 per week and have paid a total of $198.00 to Southwest Recovery Services for the National Wholesale Company. I dont understand how I owe Sounthwest Recovery Services a total as now of $808.80 after the balance of $1006.80 + also after the $1006.80 is paid down in order to cancel the 2 year lease of no services ever offered to me I have to pay $503.00. I feel as though I don't owe National Wholesale Company any money for no service offered to me at all. And don't understand how Southwest Recovery Services is accredited by Dun & Bradstreet Accreditation as well. Are both of the companies that I have mentioned a scam + the accreditation or what. I can't believe that they were send me letters and calling me constantly before I wrote a cease and desist letter regarding taking me to court, sueing me for there attorney costs and sueing me and seizing my possessions for paying them there money for services that they never offered me by using there threats and scare tactics in there letters and on the phone while talking to me.
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