- Report: #685424
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Complaint Review: Eingee
Eingee Offers virtual money for Secondlife, IMVU, WOW, ... YOU will never receive it ! Internet
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Be carefull with a Company called EINGEE.
They offer a wide range of "services" and virtual money for Secondlife, IMVU, WOW and a lot more online games.
You can buy WOW Gold, Linden Dollars, all kinds of online currency for those online games but... Of course, you will never receive anything... I bought some Linden Dollars for Secondlife and paid $ 59,99. The money is gone and your order on their website will always stay as "pending". Customer support is not available, they just wont answer your e-mails or questions...
They say that you pay with Paypal and that it is secure as you can charge back money if anything goes wrong... FORGET IT ! Paypal does NOT refund money for "virtual goods" !!! If there are enough complaints, Paypal may close their account, but then other victims have to file a complaint with Paypal.
A good tip: DO NOT try to buy virtual money from anyone ! Buy it directly from the game as unbelievable offers will never get to you...
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/22/2011 05:28 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Eingee/internet/Eingee-Offers-virtual-money-for-Secondlife-IMVU-WOW-YOU-will-never-receive-it-In-685424. 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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