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Report: #1503860

Complaint Review: equipment monthly - omaha nebraska

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  • Reported By: really disappointed — provo ut United States
  • equipment monthly 1941 s. 42ns st ste434 omaha, nebraska United States

equipment monthly Bidders Circle Bidderscircle equipmentmonthly FSBO Auctions equipmentmonthly.com. Fraud scammed my mom and dad. omaha nebraska

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My folks were called from another company we have used many times. Equipmentmonthly / biddercircle called them and lied about having their tractor sold. After 3 weeks we got a call from kirt and he had a buyers named richard Bades who they spoke too.

they said this company is a scam and to call our card holder to get our money back. We did, Thank you guys. We appreciate it. We reinvested the money with kirt and we hope richard bades buys the tractor or we will just call orur credit card again.  So easy to get the money back for fraud or scams.

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