- Report: #933705
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: playerauctions.com
playerauctions.comInternet United States of America
playerauctions.com Scamming people non stop! Fraud Company, Internet
i went on playerauctions, have all my information that is matched correctly with my paypal, i bought 20m gp for 11.20$ but it cost 11.77$ in total, so I got 11.77$, exact amount and then verified and everything and its been stuck on verifying payment for more than an hour, and its taking a shitload of time... i think player auctions is scamming me because it wont verify everything is correct
Some little shit scammed me for lol ->20M Gold(which is $16 out of his pocket and $13.22 out of mine.) After delivering the GP, I asked him to confirm the trade and he decided to dispute it instead. I had sold 40M a few minutes before this and it went extremely smooth(person ended up being an Official MM on Sythe.org), so I decided not to take screenshots of this next trade thinking that maybe people on PlayerAuctions were more mature, but no... some retarded little shit with terrible parents is out to steal an hours minimum wage from people's pockets.
The idiot even asked me for 1M for a "good review" and pestered me about my merchanting methods as if delivering the GP within five minutes, getting his attention in RS without using any alert words when he wouldn't respond on PlayerAuctions and selling him the GP for the low price of $0.8/m wasn't enough. PlayerAuctions are retards. I sold 40M right before this transaction, and have a long standing good review for selling an account. When I google this dickheads e-mail( firstname.lastname@example.org ), it lands on some disgusting web site asking for pictures of naked women.
I bought a game account on Dec 4, 2011 from another member of playerauctions.com. It was played up until Feb 2012 when I allowed the subscription to lapse out thus ending my current playing period. I went back on May 8, 2012 to reactivate said account but no longer had access to it, despite many attempts at regaining access through the publishers web site. After trying to contact the original owner and getting no response, I filed an "account reclaim" through Player Auctions website on May 9, 2012.
I filled out the web form in it's entirety, answering truthfully and to the best of my knowledge. Later on that day Player Auctions changed the status of my claim to "Completed. Unknown Reason without compensation." without even making any contact with me or the seller. Some hours later after that I received an email from email@example.com asking for the same information again via email.
At that point I relayed all the same information I filled out on the web form. I recently received an email stating they're just now trying to contact the seller, and that I should try as well, despite the fact the seller has yet to reply to any of my previous esquires. From the sellers feedback history I can surmise on my own that they did in fact regain control of the account in question. First being they're not responding, and second recent purchases point to the obvious. PA is dragging their feet and obviously have no intentions of making the payout / crediting my account.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/28/2012 10:42 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/playerauctionscom/internet/playerauctionscom-Scamming-people-non-stop-Fraud-Company-Internet-933705. 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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