ED Magedson – Founder
Max's Club this company is fake, does not actually exist, do not fall for the low prices Las Vegas Nevada
Let me just start of by saying I am making this review because there is no information about this scam on any website and I want people to know before falling into the same trap I did.
http://www.maxsclub.com is by no means a "real" site. I searched for a present for a friend of mine and was drawn to Max's Club by their low prices. I should have stopped right there when I got to the site. It is poorly made, little information about the product (all-and-all just a terrible attempt to making a online retail store). After finding the product, I put my information in and it went through. Transactions through PayPal. My statement had the seller's name and my receipt had an abiguous product detail "Max's Club Purchase #213." After receiving the receipt, I received no other information. The seller did not respond to my multiple emails and to contact the company site is impossible because they don't have any contact information. [continued below]....
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