Complaint Review: BringMeThat.com
BringMeThat.com BringMeThat SCAM that prays on businesses whose web sites have expired Internet
BringMeThat.com is a SCAM and a LEECH on society that prays on diners like you and me, and on unsophisticated small business owners. Do not use them under any circumstances.
Here's how they work: Internet domains (the web address - like www.mycompany.com) periodically expire. A lot of small businesses don't realize that until it's too late. When a domain expires, it's almost 100% certain to be immediately bought by an extortion artist like BringMeThat.com. Now that they've grabbed a restaurant's internet address, they replace the web site with their own pages which mimic the restaurant's menu. So if you're a customer looking to order food, you think you're on the restaurant's real web site but you're not. They jack up the prices and make it so when you place an order, you're actually ordering through BringMeThat. They in turn place the order with the restaurant, pocketing the difference.
It gets much worse, in two ways.
1) Credit card fraud: BringMeThat now has your credit card info along with all the information you provided them. Given that the whole business is set up just to be a scam, it's pretty likely that they'll misuse or sell your credit card. So now you have to assume your card has been compromised. Recommendation: shut it down and get a new one.
2) Legalized extortion: when the business learns what's happened, BringMeThat offers to sell their own web site back to them, but at a greatly inflated price. What's the price? It depends on how much sales volume they've transacted through their scam site. A business with a lot of orders will be raked over the coals. They use the business' own customers to screw them over.
Their founder and CEO, Jason Liang of New York City, set up the company to make himself rich at the expense of others while providing absolutely zero value add to his unsuspecting customers. Shame on his sham. I bet his mama's so proud of him.
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