I received a letter in mail exactly like the one i saw in the ripoff report. It reached me in a perfect timing when i was in need of money. so i rushed to the post office to make a money order of $49.00 and it was all i had that week for my family needs and especially my kids but i had to send it because it looked so real and i was desperate.
So i sent the $49.00 for rush processing and delivery and expect to get it as soon as possible for family matter which was due in about three weeks.
It did occur to my mind that this was a ripoff. I received this letter back in January of this year. Hoping i would get it in the beginning of february.
But with no luck at all. February came and left without nothing. Again March was on it's way left me with nothing. I was beginning to suspect something.
But since i was so busy during April and this month i didn't bother checking my mail again. before i used to check it everytime a plane comes in our territory. then one day when i was taking my kids for a ride i realized i haven't checked the mail for a month now.
So i finally checked it and there in my box was a package with my name on it. right when i saw the address on it and it clicked my mind of the money order and the $5,000.00 credit card i was supposed to get.
So i opened it and was so excited until i finally got to the card they sent me. It was not a credit card it was some phony looking card and the letter said that i can only use it to purchase and a catalog was included in the package.
Without excitement, i just threw everything including the card in my purse until today when i just remembered about the card. I thought let me get it and just try it and maybe email them(the company)if i can withdraw money from it.
And i come to find this ripoff report and that's why filing this report so i can get my money back and make them pay me for getting my hopes too high and making me wait forever for something i did not expect.
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