- Report: #623771
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Complaint Review: GoDaddy.com
GoDaddy.comInternet United States of America
GoDaddy.com GoDaddy rips off cutomers with "Lifetime Gift Card", sells info to SPAM'ers, Internet
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These GoDaddy ripoffs offered what was promoted as "Lifetime Gift Card" for what was insinuated to be their own products (discounts for services and products I would be purchasing anyway), for which they charged $9.99. They sent an invoice for $9.99, but no card, no activation information, nothing.
When I finally called their help line and wasted thirty minutes while the "billing representative" tried to find out what this product was, it turns out this is nothing more that a way for third party losers (Sears, HP, etc). to SPAM you with their crap products - nothing to do with network service, a bunch of supposed "deals" you can beat anywhere in town or on the 'Net. In other words, they charge you $10 for the "gift" card, then sell your personal information to some bankrupt retailer like Sears so those retailers can send you the same SPAM that now goes to your junk e-mail. [continued below]....
In the meantime, I had the pleasure of calling her a "g*dd*mn f*cking c*nt" (a Mel Gibson quote), and that was as accurate a description as there could possibly be for that particular individual (and for GoDaddy.com in general).
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/16/2010 07:02 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/GoDaddycom/internet/GoDaddycom-GoDaddy-rips-off-cutomers-with-Lifetime-Gift-Card-sells-info-to-SPAMers-623771. 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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