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Complaint Review: Bill Schster - Rch Cucamonga CA

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  • Bill Schster 12223 Highland Ave, Suite.106 Rch Cucamonga, CA United States

Bill Schster Info Express Offered to send my $1,000 for any used book that I send him after sending in a Refundable registration fee of $149.98 M/O and 2 Forever Books of stamps Rch Cucamonga CA

*Consumer Comment: Really?

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I received a 2 page letter in the mail to become a registered Used Book Finder but I was required to mail in a fee of $148.98 Cash or Money Order and a required Forever Stamps, 2 books with 20 stamps each or 40 stamps. I mailed a Money Order and paid it registred mail. After becoming checking online, I found the Ripoff Report and here is where I saw the same offer that has ripped of  a previous victum warning everyone not to join this scam program. 

Even though it says Refundable, I don't think I will be able to obtain my money back.

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AUTHOR: Rick - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, September 14, 2023

How could you possibly fall for such an obvious scam? Why didn’t you Google before you sent money?

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