- Report: #57524
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Complaint Review: WEBCAPADES
WEBCAPADES36181 East Lake Road #121 Florida, California U.S.A.
WEBCAPADES Trying to sue because I cancelled the account Palm Harbor California
*Consumer Comment: I'm in the same boat
*Consumer Comment: FORMER WEBCAPADES (CHERISH, Inc.) VP FILES SEXUAL HARASSMENT/RETALIATION
*Consumer Comment: Sent to collections...
*Consumer Suggestion: ifcc report should be made for past and present problems
*Consumer Comment: I'm Scared just noticed on my CC bill
*Consumer Comment: I Was Also told 25K in law suit
*Consumer Comment: I can substantiate these accusations.
*Consumer Suggestion: Lance- I live in FL too!
*Consumer Comment: Rightly Accused.. Webcapades is a total sham
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They did so and the next thing I received was a letter from the company stating that I accused them of Fraud and they atre going to sue me for $25,000.00 I responded to their letter from Pat Mitchell in the collections depart ment and even tried to contact someone there and got no result except the usual voice recording. Their response was that I will be sued anyway. This is totally ridiculous and I am trying to get enough people that have had the same problem together for a class action suit against them.
los angeles, California
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/19/2003 11:01 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/WEBCAPADES/Florida-California-34685/WEBCAPADES-Trying-to-sue-because-I-cancelled-the-account-Palm-Harbor-California-57524. 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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