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Report: #1512577

Complaint Review: WebsiteProfs - Pompano Florida

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  • Reported By: Bridget — Belton United States
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  • WebsiteProfs 2637 Atlantic Blvd Pompano , Florida United States

WebsiteProfs Billing on credit card is Creative Company Los Angeles They pretend to build you a website while taking your money and then close the website down when you refuse to pay them anymore . Pompano Florida

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Professional scam website . They will pretend to build your website and then explain they have to have more money for various reasons. They then will send you a fake government document demanding money or they shut your site down . They are registered out of Bahamas not Florida ! Their Florida address is a lie . Their domain name is registered under TLD Registrar Solutions in United Kingdom. Report them to TLD and fbi ! 





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