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Complaint Review: Eric Wilson , Card Services International
Eric Wilson , Card Services International2645 International Prky STE 101, Virginia Beach, Virginia U.S.A.
Eric Wilson, Card Services International, Integrated Leasing fraudulent ripoff business, false promises Virginia Beach Virginia
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Eric Wilson, who is from Cananda, was an agent/sales representative of Card Service International. Eric was the owner of BYBT. The deal was that there would never be any out of pocket money from us. We received an application from CSI to fill out signed by Eric Wilson, for the agreement. We were to pay them 24.50 a month. Which would be paid by Eric Wilson. This was the agreement.
Next enters Integrate Leasing, which sent us a Linkpoint credit card machine. The rent to be paid on a monthly basis for 48 months at 89.00 + 3.00 lost and destruction Waiver + taxes, which came to a total of 98.35 a month, for my state of Pa Which would be paid by Eric Wilson. He sent a paypal or check for $130.00 a month . I received $130.00 for 4 months, but did not recieve the promised $500-800 a month.
I was told by my upline that he trusted Eric Wilson to the utmost and he was making a few thousand a month. My upline being Bruse Barnes. I received one payment of $260.00, that was May, 2003. After money was taken out for telemarkerters, which we were to received names that we could call people to get them in the business. I was told by my upline that the machines were to make the business legal.
It is a Non-cancelable Commercial Lease Agreement that if you did not want the business any longer you could transfer it to someone else. They had a site on the website for this I have a Transfer Agreement signed by Eric Wilson on Februay so, 2003 at Ontario,Canada (this is the only address I have for him) I signed this contact under all these promises and garanatees, but now Integrated Leasing is going to be after me for their payment for the next 44 months of $98.35 with a late fee of @20.00 if not paid in 10 days of the due date.
On June 18, 2003 Eric Wilson was sent an Cease and Desist letter from Card Services International. We were not informed of this action until July 4, 2003, Eric Wilson saying he is sorry but it is over and he was closed down. Which I found out about through someone else,( not my upline, but fromanother in the BYBT business) on the July 7, 2003.
We have a group in Yahoo that we discuss what to do. Some us have been told to send the machine back with $75.00 reenter fee, and some will be charged the CSI fee of 24.50, and also IL the 98.35. for August
I closed out my bank accounton July 14, 2003, they can not get any money from me. I have reported to the Canadian Police Busters and now to Ripoff
I don't know how many scams or fraud is in this, whatever you call it, but I have been scammed, frauded, with this bunch.
I sent their machine back to them on July, 14, 2003 from UPS. Which they should have received by July 16, 2003. July 16, 2003 would have been the day they would take another 98.35 out of my bank account.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/26/2003 02:49 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Eric-Wilson-Card-Services-International/Virginia-Beach-Virginia-23452/Eric-Wilson-Card-Services-International-Integrated-Leasing-fraudulent-ripoff-business-f-64714. 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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