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Report: #1498206

Complaint Review: Boldleads - Chandler Arizona

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  • Reported By: Robert Kushner — South Lake Tahoe California United States
  • Boldleads Unknown Chandler, Arizona United States

Boldleads Chuck Garcia and Boris Mamontov. This is a scam and you cannot cancel. They will continue to charge your credit or debit card Chandler Arizona

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Chuck Garcia called me to sell their online marketing service to get real estate leads.  There was no valid leads.  It is a waste of time and money and they will not let you cancel.  Do not give them your credit or debit card information. I had to cancel my credit card to dispute the last charge and any future charges.  These are not nice people. It is not what they say it is.  This is also bad for your domain name, your name and your brokerage reputation because they continue to harass anyone that fills out the form on their website with your contact information. 

 

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