- Report: #289283
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: MyIproducts
MyIproducts24078 Greenway Rd., Suite 3 Forest Lake, Minnesota U.S.A.
AT&T - ESBI - MyIproducts Cramming, Fraud, Identity Theft Forest Lake, Minnesota
Apparently, I had been a victim of what is called "cramming," and the parasite companies who were "cramming" my phone bill fraudulantly obtained my information when I entered information into an online website promising such things as free shampoo, lotion, etc.
If you do a little research, you'll find information pertaining to such scams which go back to, at least, 1998.
Think about how much these parasites companies have bled from consumers. If (as I was) a consumer was charged $14.95 per month, one million consumers would be worth about 15 million dollars; and that's just for one month!
We're talking about billions and billions of dollars; and no one, no one but us, The People, can stop it. How can we stop it? By getting LOUD.
1. Call your telephone company-- AT&T, Verizon, Vonage, whomever you use-- and complain. File a dispute and insist that it be maintained in their dispute files. Insist that the third party, paracite companies, be blocked from billing charges to your monthly phone bill.
2. Call the parasistes-- ESBI, USBI, ZPDI, OAN, HPS, Anabill, Orbit Telecom, Mainstreet, etc.-- and demand that they cease their fraudulant practices, and provide you with a full refund. Not just for the one month that will be offered, but a FULL refund (in my case it was 7 months).
3. Find out the business address for the parasist company (in my case it was ESBI which is located Texas) and the company they claim to be billing for (in my case it was MyIproducts Imail which is located in Minnesota), and file complaints with the Better Business Bureau, Attorney General, and the Utility Regulatory Commission in the states where they located.
4. In whichever state you are living in (if it is different from the parasites or the companies they claim to represent), file complaints with your own state's Better Business Bureaus, Attorney Generals, and Utility Regulatory Commissions, as well.
5. File complaints with the Federal Trade Commission for consumer fraud and identity theft; and The United States Postal Service for mail fraud (your phone bill comes via standard snail-mail).
The Minnesota Attorney General secured a full refund for me; but that does not begin to compensate me for the hours I've spent pursuing the matter telephone calls; internet research into the pertinent parties, other victims, and agencies who might assist me; written communication with investigating agencies; time and travel to and from the Office Max where I made copies of the evidence; and time and travel to and from the Post Office where I mailed my evidence to those who requested it not to mention copying fees, postage, and the outrage and anxiety I've have experienced.
I want some real justice; and AT&T, ESBI, and MyIproducts is not done hearing from me about this matter.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/05/2007 10:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/MyIproducts/Forest-Lake-Minnesota-55025/ATT-ESBI-MyIproducts-Cramming-Fraud-Identity-Theft-Forest-Lake-Minnesota-289283. 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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