- Report: #1051684
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Complaint Review: efashionhouse.com
efashionhouse.com700 Tandoori Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89136-2001 Las Vegas, Nevada USA
efashionhouse.com Scam artist -- took an order for a product, then started using my credit card for their own purchases. Las Vegas Nevada
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This web site claimed to have a hart-to-find hair care product. I was directed to it by a search engine for that product. After placing the order, I received an order confirmation and an e-mail receipt on the date the order was placed.
When no product arrived and no further e-mails were received, I attempted to contact the vendor by both phone and e-mail. The vendor did not respond to any contact attempt.
On checking their reputation on-line, they have an "F" rating from the Better Business Bureau and several reports on your Ripoff Report site.
On checking my credit card to see if they had charged me for the product (they had not), I found two suspicious charges. I called the vendors of those charges to find that one was a billing company that processes charges for use of porno web sites. The other was a medical supply company, and the order was for 10,000 clean room gloves (???? one can only imagine to what use they would have been put).
The specious charges -- a coincidence? I think not. BEWARE!!! Do not buy from this company unless you like paying for charges you did not make.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/17/2013 10:12 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/efashionhousecom/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89138-2001/efashionhousecom-Scam-artist-took-an-order-for-a-product-then-started-using-my-cred-1051684. 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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