- Report: #1068658
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Complaint Review: artificialaiming.net
artificialaiming.net Scam Internet
*Author of original report: Proof of purchase
*UPDATE Employee: Setting the record straight.
*Consumer Comment: Nothing to do with AA
*Author of original report: Steam and origin hacked after using their program
*Author of original report: How to get a refund
*Consumer Comment: ...
*Consumer Comment: Ignored common sense, site policies, and help from staff
*Author of original report: Spoken like a shill
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The administrators of the site are selling faulty programs. They charge outrageous price, and if you try to get a refund, they will ban your account and claim that you agreed to a no refund policy when you bought the item.
My partially blind nefew had purchased the program as he needs additional visual cues when playing dark games. The program did not work and and the game would not allow him to play. About 10 minutes after the purchase, I went to the forums and politely requested a refund. The administrator smugly responded saying that the program was working just fine. As the program was clearly NOT working (see proof below), I request a refund with paypal. This is still an ongoing issue and the seller refuses to acknowledge any wrongdoing.
Proof that the program was not working at the time of purchase:
As you can see, sales of the product was even disabled.
Proof that he would not offer a refund:
He lied stating that the program was working fine. See contradicting pictures above where he disabled sales due to the program not functioning.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/20/2013 08:28 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/artificialaimingnet/internet/artificialaimingnet-Scam-Internet-1068658. 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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