- Report: #999293
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Complaint Review: SERVE VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES, INC.
SERVE VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES, INC.PO Box 989, St. Petersburg Florida 33731 Internet United States of America
SERVE VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES, INC. Beware!! Serve is trying to steal money from your pocket, Internet
Here is the trap... Open a Serve account, they even lured me by giving $ 25 to open the account.
Fund it using your credit card/bank accounts. They let you put the money in. After that they block your account by taking recourse to fine prints that you should have used only card in your name to fund it. And the best part is that they will not refund your money ( probably they got these terms written by a third grade lawyer.)
IF THEY REALLY MEANT IT, WHY DID THEY NOT BUILT IT IN THEIR SOFTWARE SO THAT YOU CAN ONLY USE CARD IN YOUR NAME, AND WHAT IS STOPPING THEM FROM REFUNDING YOUR MONEY, EXCEPT THEIR OWN LITTLE CREATIVE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
Now, you go around to the financial institutions through whom you funded the card and try to recover whatever is possible.
It is time for someone to sue them for making such absurd terms.
In my case, I was lucky as the transactions were not very old and we filed dispute with the credit card company and hopefully, I will be able to recover the money. If not, I will take them to small claims court to recover even if cost me more than what I have with them.
I am not giving my real name to avoid reprisal from Amex.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/18/2013 01:45 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/SERVE-VIRTUAL-ENTERPRISES-INC/internet/SERVE-VIRTUAL-ENTERPRISES-INC-Beware-Serve-is-trying-to-steal-money-from-your-pocket-999293. 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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