- Report: #525856
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Complaint Review: SoLow.com
SoLow.comSan Francisco, California United States of America
SoLow.com - Solow.coms text messaging scam is costing consumers millions! Verizon allows it! San Francisco, California
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Do a simple internet search and see that Solow and Verizon customers have been bilked out of millions! Realize those are only the folks that complain online . I am sure there are many many more. Perhaps thousands of people!
Verizon does not care in the slightest they only suggest putting a block on my phone to prevent future fraud. But that does not retrieve my money and yes it is Verizons fault for knowingly allowing charges from a company with a horrid reputation.A credit card company calls the customer if they see a suspicious charge and believes you when you say you did not make it. Why didn't Verizon? The regular phone company credits you when you say you did not make a call-Not Verizon!!! Calling solow gets you a message machine. They actually called me back and said they would refund their fraudulent charges but I have not seen any money and seeing all the posts online I am sure I won't see any.
Nothing short of 100% refunds to each customer claiming fraud will clear Verizon and solow.com in my mind.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/19/2009 12:45 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/SoLowcom/San-Francisco-California-/SoLowcom-Solowcoms-text-messaging-scam-is-costing-consumers-millions-Verizon-allows-i-525856. 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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