Report: #477599

Complaint Review: Go-Web-Bez,,

  • Submitted: Fri, August 07, 2009
  • Updated: Mon, August 24, 2009
  • Reported By: Kitchener Ontario
  • Go-Web-Bez,,
    230 West 400 South Suite 100
    Salt Lake City, Utah

Go-Web-Bez,, promotes home business, once you order trial you can't cancel so you are charged more money. Salt Lake City Utah

* : scam

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July 13, 2009 -
Ordered trial info of home web business. Looked at it and after a few days decided to cancel. Unable to cancel as the phone number listed on my credit card statement does not work from Canada.

July 20, 2009 -
Additional Approx $70.00 was charged to my credit card. Again I am unable to contact them.

On August 5, 2009 - I found a number left by a person named "Danny". 1866 212 3896 ext 3419. I called it and only left a msg. I also called the number on my phone that was called but they left no message on my phone - 866 341 3535. He confirmed that he knew Danny and who I was. I explained the above and he said he would patch me through to the 866 511 2427 number. I spoke with the credit card merchant who was not helpful at all and stated that they never charged my credit card and therefore can't cancel the order. I explained that I only ordered from them and they said there was nothing they could do. I called ,my credit card company and explained the above.

On August 7, 2009 - I found this rip off report and called my credit card company again. I have to deal with the dispute department.

DO not fall for this...... it is a scam and now I am spending valuable time undoing this error.

Kitchener, Ontario
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#1 scam

AUTHOR: Rob in BC - (Canada)

I too have become a victim of the scam (billed to my credit card under the name "Income from Grants").  When I initially saw the ad for on another website I thought this might be the answer to the cash shortfall of the company I was working in.  I went to the website and noticed that my credit card would be billed for $1.95 to access the site.  I thought, hey, this is okay.  I'll just take a look and if it's not for me I'll let the company know.  I did look through the website, but all the grants didn't apply to me because I wasn't the owner of the company.

I never saw the part that said you had to contact (1-866-978-9373) within 24 hours if you decide not to continue on the website.  After that time they will bill your credit card for $57.61 US each month.  I happened to be watching the local TV news in Vancouver and the consumer reporter had someone contact him to see if the was legitimate.  He said it was a scam and to stay away.

Unfortunately, three days had passed before I saw what the consumer reporter was saying about this company.  So, I immediately got on the phone to the company (at the number listed above).  I spoke with a very nice lady.  I explained the situation saying I wasn't interested in the information on their website and that I didn't see the time limit of 24 hours.  The lady said my credit card would not be billed and she assured me no further billings would occur.

At the end of the month I was checking my credit card statement and there was a charge for $57.61 US for "Income from Grants".  I immediately got on the phone again calling the same number.  I spoke with Jay and explained the situation AGAIN.  She told me no refund would be coming as I didn't contact them within 24 hours of signing up.  I explained the whole thing again to her.  Then I told her about the TV consumer reporter and that he called their company a scam.  Jay placed her hand over the receiver, but I could hear muffled discussions going on in the background.  She came back on the phone and said a refund would be coming and she assured me no further billings would occur (where had I heard that before).  I asked Jay for some kind of written proof that this conversation had taken place.  She said an e-mail would be sent to me when the refund was issued.

On my next credit card statement - guess what I found again?  Another charge for $57.61 US.  I was fuming this time.  I called my credit card company and spoke with the resolution department.  They told me without written proof, whether in the form of a letter or an e-mail, it was my word against theirs.  So the credit card company didn't seem eager to help me.

I am going to try to get a stop put on my credit card so this company can't bill me anymore.  If the credit card company won't do that I intend on going into my bank and cancelling the current credit card and replacing it with another credit card, but with a different number.  I hope this will help.  We're getting towards the end of the month and that's when they put the charge on my card.  I have to take time off from work to go to the bank to get this all sorted out.  Save yourself the grief - do not sign up with this company.

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