- Report: #1071341
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Complaint Review: Bench Craft Company
Bench Craft Company16600 SW 72nd Ave, BLDG #10 Portland, Oregon USA
Bench Craft Company I was scammed of $1125 for advertisement that was not published. Portland, OR Oregon, OR
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I am writing to you because I was defrauded by a company called Bench Craft Company. They sell advertisement at Golf Courses in Nevada(possible other states).They contacted me at the beginning of June, 2013 to sell me advertisement at the Durango Hills Golf Course for my housekeeping business. I went out to Durango Hills Golf Course and talked to the manager, Andrew, who showed me where my advertisement will be placed at on a score card. After I visited the golf course I decided to go with the advertisement and I paid for it with my Capital One credit card. First,Bench Craft said that the ad will be printed at the beginning of July. I decided to purchase one more advertisement from them at Red Rock Canyon Country Club. The Red Rock Canyon advertisement was going to be the same as at Durango Hills and it will be printed at the middle of July. I asked them about advertisement at my area at Henderson. They said they represent Black Mountain Golf Course. I said that once I see my advertisement being displayed at Durango Hills and at Red Rock I would possible buy advertisement at Black Mountain. I called Bench Craft and told them that when my ads are printed in July to call me and I go back to Durango Hills and to Red Rock to look at the printed ads. I called Bench Craft and I emailed them about what happened to my ads and why they were not printed. They said that my ad will be published at the middle of July at Durango Hills and at the beginning of August at Red Rock. I started to get suspicious and I called the Golf Courses again. Durango Hills said that there is no advertisement from my company, Bubbles Housekeeping, but they are using Bench Craft as an advertising company. Red Rock said that they have their own in-house advertisement and they do NOT use Bench Craft. Black Mountain said that they are NOT using Bench Craft but a lot of people calling them about Bench Craft because they suspect fraud.
I looked at my credit card charges 4 days ago and found out that fraudulently I was charged for advertisement at Black Mountain. I called Bench Craft and complained and they said that I purchased the ad at Black Mountain. I told them I did not and to send me the contract that I agreed to purchasing the ad at. They said that they helped me with advertisement when I needed it and now I am not helping them. I filled a credit card dispute for all three charges and I went online to read reviews about Bench Craft Company. I found out that they were scamming other people and they told them the same things that to me. Bench Craft called me at least 3-4 times a day from different phone numbers, they send me emails and they send me printed invoices also at the beginning when they were pressuring me to purchase from them. I have all the documents and I am more than happy to send FBI everything so Bench Craft company can be stopped. I have names, phone numbers, email addressed and letters. Please call me and I will give you all the evidence. Thanks: Chilla P
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/30/2013 10:20 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Bench-Craft-Company/Portland-Oregon-97224/Bench-Craft-Company-I-was-scammed-of-1125-for-advertisement-that-was-not-published-Port-1071341. 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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