- Report: #567630
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Complaint Review: Ticket Busters - Ticketbust.com
Ticket Busters - Ticketbust.comInternet United States of America
Ticket Busters - Ticketbust.com created a loophole in order to never pay refunds. Internet
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After a few months, I received a decision in the mail in late January 2010, from the Superior Court stating that I had been found guilty. They made the decision on December 29, 2009. Because they failed to dismiss my ticket, I called Ticketbust.com to receive a refund.
They told me that in order for me to get the refund, I would have to request a trial de novo. I did that, and a week or so later, I received a letter from them stating that I was ineligible for a refund because they did not receive a copy of the court's decision with 10 days of that decision.
However, I did not receive a copy of the decision until about a month after the court made it. It was impossible, therefore, for ticketbust.com to get it within 10 days, when I didn't receive it until a month later.
I believe that this is the loophole they use to avoid paying refunds. It is completely unfair, the circumstances were beyond my control, and I don't remember seeing it in the contract. Even if it was in the contract, there was no way of knowing that I would receive the court's decision a month after.
There was nothing I could do, and I feel it would be fair for me to receive a refund.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/10/2010 06:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ticket-Busters-Ticketbustcom/internet/Ticket-Busters-Ticketbustcom-created-a-loophole-in-order-to-never-pay-refunds-Interne-567630. 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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