- Report: #849220
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Complaint Review: Renovation Experts
Renovation ExpertsInternet United States of America
Renovation Experts www.web.com TOTAL EXPERTS AT SCAMMING? STAY AWAY AND SAVE YOURSELF FROM BEIING SCAMMED Internet
*Consumer Suggestion: You do not care
*Consumer Comment: Crooks
*Consumer Comment: So true they are crooks
*UPDATE Employee: Response from Renovation Experts
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I registered with renovation experts. It turned out to be a total scam.The leads that were given were and obsolete. Paid for the premium service which turned out to be a total lie. Inquired of 8 leads and all were dead ends and no return phone calls or emails. My wife signed up as a pretend customer interested in a renovation, after which received over 50 emails and phone calls. I called renovation experts and they said they only give the lead out to 4 contractors. This is total bs!!!!!!!
The other thing they do is they want your debit card or checking account for your account because its to hard to dispute. The are professional scammer's. They take the money right from your business account via your business debit or checking account number and you cant get it back. I tried!! Thats why they do not except credit cards. Credit cards are easier to dispute.
If you dig in deep enough you will see renovation experts is actually owned by web.com who purchased the company in 2006. Keep searching and you will find they have a have a dozen other names with thousands of complaints on line and with the Better Business Bureau
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/05/2012 08:07 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Renovation-Experts/internet/Renovation-Experts-wwwwebcom-TOTAL-EXPERTS-AT-SCAMMING-STAY-AWAY-AND-SAVE-YOURSELF-FRO-849220. 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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