ED Magedson – Founder
Internet Business Resource Development1200 Westlake Ave N Ste 1006 Seattle, Washington USA
Internet Business Resource Development iBrd.co,elevatedfrequency@gmail. Probably good enough intentions, fraudulent procedure, according to FTC Seattle Washington
I was called by them, and they said that they could recover some of the charges on my credit card, for charges that I had probably overpaid on. Since I had felt that I HAD overpaid for some of the services, which later fell short of expectations, I was interested. They wanted to know all of my credit card information to see if I qualified. This charge went on PayPal Bill me later.
Shortly after signing up with them, another incident happened that was totally unrelated, a" you've been awarded a federal grant call, send this amount of money for the transaction fee." I DIDN'T fall for that, but I went on fraud.org after that call, and there was a link to the FTC site. I read alot of information on that site, and read a warning about these recovery businesses that charge upfront to dispute charges on your credit card to get the charges lowered.
That isn't the way that it is supposedto be done according to FTC guidelines. The company disputing the charge, is supposed to get a percentage of the refund amount. The warning was that the companies that charge upfront for the service rarely recover any funds, and then you are still out the money.
I hadn't sent in any of my documented information yet, and therefore decided to not go forward with this company. My problem is that it was after the 3 day period for cancelling, and nobody answers the phone or returns my call. I haven't been able to get this resolved, and I am NOT going to pay for a service that I am NOT using.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/18/2013 10:07 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Internet-Business-Resource-Development/Seattle-Washington-98109/Internet-Business-Resource-Development-iBrdcoelevatedfrequencygmail-Probably-good-eno-1100272. 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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