- Report: #922944
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Complaint Review: Gospel Jackson
Gospel JacksonInternet United States of America
Gospel Jackson Brent Miller, dailybreadgivers.com, HGInternetGroup.com, LifeInternetSolutions.com, OnlineTeleCenter.com, gospeljackson.com Brent Miller aka Gospel Jackson ripped me off by literally stealing $2,200 from my own pocket! Internet
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This all began with a deal that Gospel / Brent offered me. He wanted to sell some Ipads on Ebay but because he didn't have a good Ebay account, he asked me if I could share my Ebay account with him. If I accpeted to share my account, he offered me $800. Since I knew this guy since a while and since that $800 was very tempting, I decided to trust him on that. He said that I would get my back covered if anything goes wrong with my Paypal account but he was sure that everything would just be fine.
Yep, my Ebay account used MY Paypal account. Can you begin to see where this story will go now?
Now, at first, I didn't know AT ALL and he never mentioned to me that the Ipads came from a THIRD party person. I thought all time that he OWNED those Ipads. The reality is that he used a third party person and I got to know this information once the Ipads never got shipped.
Yes! The Ipads were supposed to be shipped from USA to Canada... but the Canadian, after about a week, said something like: "What's going on? I don't have my Ipads yet". As soon as this happened, I told Gospel Jackson about it. And this is when I knew that he had to contact someone else in order to know what is going on. He contacted that third party seller and the seller said that he was sorry and that he would ship them in 2-3 days.
This never happened. One week later, the Canadian didn't receive his Ipads and the seller never responded. So what happened thereafter?
The Canadian from British Colombia wanted a refund of course! Who had the Paypal account? Me. Gospel Jackson told me to wait and to not refund him right away. So naturally, the Canadian filled up a Paypal dispute. Again, Gospel Jackson told me to not do anything about it.
So from there, I'm a honest guy and I'm not able to steal money from anyone. Gospel Jackson simply didn't care about if the guy had a refund or not. So one week passed, and I felt real bad so I released the Paypal funds and still I had no money in my Paypal balance, I gave away $2,200 straight from my bank account.
$2,200 away for something that I'm not even directly responsible of. Gospel Jackson / Brent (his business name) was the original seller. I was only the middle man. All of this was done in July 2011.
Gospel Jackson clearly stated that he would give me back that $2,200 several times. I said things like "I'm going to give the money shortly" several times. The fact is... we are in August 2012 and I didn't receive anything.
Never ever do any middle man task with this guy. He has no emotions at all for any people who get ripped off.
I've done a video demonstrating some of our email message exchanges here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz0a2M87Tb0. All my email messages have been logged and all Skype messages since March this year.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/05/2012 08:27 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Gospel-Jackson/internet/Gospel-Jackson-Brent-Miller-dailybreadgiverscom-HGInternetGroupcom-LifeInternetSoluti-922944. 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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