- Report: #1137969
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Complaint Review: flippa.com
flippa.com A flippa.com SCAM. Out $18.00 so far, trying to domain through flippa.com Internet
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The flippa.com Scam 04.06.2014... AFTER YOU REGISTER WITH flippa.com
Number one: YOU MUST FIRST, HAVE your phone number verified through Telesign.com to BUY OR SELL on flippa.com. WHEN you try to verify your phone number you get one of these two ERROR MESSAGES .
“Errors Occurred: Unfortunately we are unable to accept temporary phone numbers.
Please try again with a fixed line, or with a cell or mobile phone number.”
OR “Errors Occurred: Number of verification attempts exceeded, please contact support.”
We contacted flippa.com support they gave us a link inside the email that has nothing to do with the problem or solving the problem.
Contacted flippa.com again they said the reset the system so we tried again same error.
So we called or local phone company and after three years we had our land line phone number changed. Waited for the verification and tested our new phone number on 04.10.2014 we tried again to phone verify with flippa.com and got the same error.
On 04.10.2014 we have requested that flippa.com close this account and refund our $18.00
We had already called Telesign.com 310-740-9700
4136 Del Ray Avenue, Marina del Ray, CA 90292.
Telesign.com told use to go BACK to flippa.com.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/10/2014 10:15 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/flippacom/internet/flippacom-A-flippacom-SCAM-Out-1800-so-far-trying-to-domain-through-flippacom-Inte-1137969. 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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