- Report: #650398
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Complaint Review: Pacific Coast Clearing Services
Pacific Coast Clearing Services5775 Soundview DR. #104 C Gig Harbor, Washington United States of America
Pacific Coast Clearing Services Tower of Power Sales Inc. SCAM!! Stole Credit Card to Purchase a $400 CELL PHONE from MY BANK ACCOUNT!!! Gig Harbor, Washington
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: KTS
*UPDATE Employee: not all scams
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: eddie and tj
Very good scam artist and great talker, Eddie Dorsett and partner Timothy Smith come to my door to explain they are selling magazines in order to receive points that can get them a scholarship or a nice vacation. When they come to my door I am cooking, making dinner for myself. I did not want to be bothered but I felt like I should help out my fellow college students. Eddie was the sales person, and he acted like Timothy was a trainee. Timothy did not say much but I believe his role is vital to the scam. They talk me into buying a magazine so they could get their points, because after all he does tell me he is currently the top seller. I go and get my credit card and bring it back to purchase the magazine which he told me if I didn't want I should call to cancel in 10 days. He calls his "company" so I can give them my credit card information. He writes me a receipt (not to mention the magazines are expensive as hell!!). I did feel a little uneasy about this when I was giving my credit card information over the phone. I go back to cooking as they are walking out the door.
I called the company the next business day to cancel the order they wanted $70 for a damn subscription!! The lady with a very weird voice answers and tells me I cannot cancel over the phone and I will have to mail a copy of the receipt to their company in Washington with in 3 business days (which the salesman said I can cancel in 10 days, LIE). So I cancelled my magazine and didn't really think much else about it. The credit card I used on the magazine I rarely ever get out and use. I usually leave it at home. I decided to check my account online to see if they took the money out for the magazine that I already cancelled. What I do find on my account is a $400 dollar purchase that is not mine!!! It was for a cell phone company in Missouri and I had no idea what this was. I check for my card, and I realize it is missing. I guess I was so caught up in getting back to cooking that I didn't realize my card was missing at the time.
I look for these guys on facebook Eddie Dorsett and Timothy Smith. What I find is that these guys did take my money, and they are taking other innocent people's money too. He says on his wall he got a new droid phone and a new phone number. A girl posts why do you keep getting new phones. His shy, trainee role pays out for him acting innocent and taking my money. Do not let these guys fool you, they are evil, conniving salesmen. Eddie has a great personality and a way with his words. He may seem very charming, and he talks pretty fast. They are con artists, and they have perfected their schemes to steal money! Watch out for these people and people like them! I wish these people would get a life and a real job. Acting like this they will never amount to anything in life. They are pretty much worthless people.
I have no idea if Pacific Coast Clearing is a legit business. But from what I have researched and experienced it is not a legit business. They are training people to be scam artists. I hope this company and everyone along with it goes down and goes to jail. That is where they should be if they cannot make an honest living.
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