- Report: #958289
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Complaint Review: Crossroads Subscriptions
Crossroads SubscriptionsPilot Point, Texas United States of America
Crossroads Subscriptions CRS, Inc. Magazine Subscription SCAM Pilot Point, Texas
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I looked over his little piece of paper and decided to pick Nylon because I know it's a good magazine. He was continuously flirting with me, asking for my number or permission to use my number off of the paperwork. He was trying to convince me that his aunt lived in the complex but he didn't even know how to exit the through the gate. Like I said, I really didn't mind though. Well, I decided that I didn't want to pay for two years worth of a magazine that I was never going to read.
I saw that I could cancel within three business days of purchasing but when I tried to locate the company, Directory Assistance couldn't find it. After looking online for phone numbers, all of them come back as numbers that have been disconnected. Luckily, I have the option to stop payment on that check. I would rather spend $25 to stop payment than $40 to some punk kid who kept trying to get into my pants while ripping me off. Sadly enough, he doesn't realize that leaving me his cell phone number was a really bad idea. I can seek my revenge through online sites. Have fun receiving those calls Sean. :)
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/22/2012 10:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Crossroads-Subscriptions/Pilot-Point-Texas-/Crossroads-Subscriptions-CRS-Inc-Magazine-Subscription-SCAM-Pilot-Point-Texas-958289. 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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