Report: #147699

Complaint Review: Ezlaptop

  • Submitted: Mon, June 27, 2005
  • Updated: Sat, February 25, 2006
  • Reported By: Toledo Ohio
  • Ezlaptop
    ezlaptop.com
    Internet
    U.S.A.

Ezlaptop ripoff, fictitious laptop for free Internet

*Consumer Comment: NOTHING IN THIS WORLD IS FREE

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Yes, I got ripped off by ezlaptop.com. I paid 5 dollars to read emails which were probably created by the owners of the site and 3.95 for shipping of product. I spent time and energy to get the device and now the site is missing in the twilight zone. Do not ever pay to get something for free.

Ismail
Toledo, Ohio
U.S.A.
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#1 Consumer Comment

NOTHING IN THIS WORLD IS FREE

AUTHOR: Roger - (U.S.A.)

nothing in this world is free why do peopel keep falling for the old free scame have you ever noticed that every time you see something that sez free it never turns out to be.like these online prizes if its free,then why do they always ask you for a credit card # at the end,shouldnt it be at the beginning so you do waste my time. they say it's to verify you age please theres other ways of doing that other then your credit card.come on stop with the you have won pop ups on web pages god makes me not want to surf the net no more. no email is worth 5 bucks to read i dont care if its from my mom i wont pay. how is the laptop free if you have to pay to read emails. how meny emails do you have to read before you actually end up paying for the laptop that probably could have been bought cheaper at a store.
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