Report: #152405

Complaint Review: Direct Cards - Miami Florida

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  • Reported By: Alhambra California
  • Direct Cards 8770 Sunset Drive #528 Miami, Florida U.S.A.

Direct Cards scam, frauds, rip-off Miami Florida

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In April of 2005, my mother thought she had found the perfect opportunity to advance from stay at home mom to work at home mom by signing up with Direct Cards. Direct Cards is a fraudulent company who promises to pay "$2.00 per Envelope you process" from home. The company asks for anyone who would like to work for the company to send a "REIMBURSALBE DEPOSIT OF $40.00 PLUS $6.00 for shipping/handling for a total of $46.00" as a "show of good faith." It is now August of the same year, and my mother has yet to receive any news from the company. I came online to check the legitamacy of this company and I have been unable to find a phone number or e-mail address to contact them. Direct Cards Inc. is a Scam!! Beware.

Alhambra, California

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