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Complaint Review: Self - Pro valley Arizona

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  • Reported By: Anna — Placerville United States
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  • Self 121121 n.Rancho vistoso blvd Pro valley, Arizona United States

Self Can’t find out much but they ripped me off saying I won a prize after a survey and they charged me 995 for shipping the item then telling me I actually bought a ticket entry for a contest. I’m so pissed off !!! Deceived me thinking I won a prize and was paying the shipping cost. For a Mikita drill set Pro valley Arizona

*General Comment: Don't be stupid

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When I called customer service the representative told me I entered a contest and was now signed up for a health course of I don't know what!! They said that they would cancel the "subscription' and they would e mail the confirmation and they didn't ant tried to hit my cash card again!!!

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#1 General Comment

Don't be stupid

AUTHOR: Flint - (United States)

POSTED: Sunday, November 12, 2023

Nobody is going to be giving away drills or any other expensive items for $9.95. If you chase something-for-nothing "deals" you will simply fall victim to scammers. Use some common sense. If you don't remember entering a contest, it is exceedingly unlikely that you would have won anything.

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