- Report: #1172393
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Complaint Review: Gina Lymburner
Gina Lymburner, Worldwide Communications LLC Gina Lymburner is a scam of a web developer. You are seriously going to be sorry. Palm Beach, Florida, Lantana Internet
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Gina Lymburner is not a competent website developer what so ever!! She claims she has experience, she talks a very good game as IF she knows what she's doing BUT SHE DOESN'T!! She has people in Pakistan who do her work and they are totally incompetent and she pays them so little they couldn't care less about her work.
I took her to court and won my case against her and only have lien against her which is useless. She will tell you ANYTHING you want to hear to get the job and your money. She is a liar and tried to lie to the judge but I had proof of her deception which caused her to lose the case.
Find a real company, not someone working out of her living room to represent your business. She's very smart so don't let that fool you. She does NOT have what it takes to create a website unless you have years to wait for her foreign friends to get around to it. Even after you wait, you will be SO DISGUSTED at what you have for your time, money and patience.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/26/2014 09:56 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Gina-Lymburner/internet/Gina-Lymburner-Worldwide-Communications-LLC-Gina-Lymburner-is-a-scam-of-a-web-developer-1172393. 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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