- Report: #1076150
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Complaint Review: World Wide Media
World Wide Media, California USA
World Wide Media Linktech they tell you if you decide to continue services they will charge you but good luck getting a hold of them and when you do you get some jerk that will not stop at anything to keep you so you miss your deadline. Karma is a b****. California
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I was called and told they had a special for $20 per month so I signed up to give them a try, then they said "We will set up a website for you for total of $59", again I said no problem. 25 days passed, I did not receive any Real Estate LEADS so I called to cancel and the guy would not stop with his sales pitch of asking me to stay for an additional 10 days at no cost. On the 9th day I called to cancel and was on hold for 20 minutes, called again and was on hold for another 15, so I decided to call Saturday but they were closed and I also got charged $270 the next day. Yes, they tell you if you decide to continue services they will charge you but good luck getting a hold of them and when you do you get some jerk that will not stop at anything to keep you so you miss your deadline. Karma is a b****.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/15/2013 02:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/World-Wide-Media/California/World-Wide-Media-Linktechnbsp-they-tell-you-if-you-decide-to-continue-services-they-will-1076150. 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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