• Report: #878374
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Fero's Stash Box

  • Submitted: Fri, May 04, 2012
  • Updated: Sun, May 06, 2012

  • Reported By: Art — New York New York United States of America
Fero's Stash Box
Internet United States of America

Fero's Stash Box Matthew Ferrell Scam Artist, Internet

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Outrageous Claims

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The "software" being sold by the above individual does not work. It is basically a scam designed to get $60 out of your pocket. The company being used by the scammer for payment processing is off shore so you will have hard time to dispute it through PayPal. 

Shortly after the initial payment of $60 the scammer will try to get additionally $120 out of you using information that you provided. If scammed by this gut please stop Credit Card payment immediately. Notify PayPal immediately. File a complaint with New York State Attorney's Office and New York Fraud Complaint Bureau.

The scammer is not providing valid address or a phone number of the company but the Collection Agency that he uses (if real) is located in New York state. Here are the details:

1045 Route 109 #105
Lindenhurst, NY 11757-1040

Telephone (631) 225-4811, Fax(631) 9565-9217

When you call this company do not give them any information. They will try to scare you and get as much money as possible out of you. I'm not even sure the company is legit. Here is where you can file complaint.

Suffolk Regional Office
300 Motor Parkway
Suite 205
Hauppauge, NY 11788
(631) 231-2424

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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

Outrageous Claims

AUTHOR: Fero''s Stash Box - (United States of America)

Exactly how are we "scammers"?  We've been operating since 2009, and run 100% legally.  We provide demos for our premium software and encourage visitors to try them out before buying licenses.  Help documentation is also included with premium software.

Where did you get the idea that we "use information provided to get an additional $120"?  Spreading lies to harm our image is defamation.  We have TOS that are agreed to several times before activating a license, at which point the license becomes non-returnable.  If you were sent to collections (fees included), you attempted to reverse a payment deemed non-refundable after activating a license (friendly fraud).  Do you ever read TOS/T&Cs, or do you just make up your own rules as you go?

How about the paranoia regarding the collection agency?  Who is trying to scare you, a monster, or a ghost?  Are Nigerians trying to get your information by saying that you can inherit a dead prince's fortune for a nominal escrow fee?

If accusations like this were true, we'd be long gone.  Of course we get customers that want to be spoon-fed and scream scam/fraud at the slightest thing they don't like.  Every time we're accused of being "scammers", it's apparently because our software "doesn't work"...though it should be translated into "I'm having a hissy fit because I never read directions or instructions and want to blame someone for my lack of accepting responsibility for my actions".

If you like our software demos, buy a license.  If you don't, don't buy a license.  It's really simple, but that would be common sense...
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