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Report: #225892

Complaint Review: FAST AUCTION - St. Georga Georgia

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  • Reported By: La Fayette Georgia
  • FAST AUCTION P.O. Box 910669 St. Georga, Georgia U.S.A.
  • Phone: 866-652-0479
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  • Category: Auctions

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Went on line to answer surveys and there were offers in order to receive the money for answering the surveys you needed to purchase something else so when I ordered the Ebay kit for the shipping charge of $1.97 later when I received my bank statement there was another charge for $49.95. When I called them they said I was charged because the trial period had ended and I NEVER received the Ebay Kit. The lady said the best she could do would be to refund the $49.95 and I should see that on the statement within the next 3-7 days and could be as much as 10 days. I will soon see if she did what she said she would do!!!

Melanie
La Fayette, Georgia
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/17/2006 12:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: https://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/fast-auction/st-georga-georgia-84791/fast-auction-ripoff-dishonest-charges-attached-to-other-purchases-st-george-utah-225892. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year. Ripoff Report has an exclusive license to this report. It may not be copied without the written permission of Ripoff Report. READ: Foreign websites steal our content

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#4 Author of original report

Still Not Resolved!!

AUTHOR: Melanie - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Friday, December 29, 2006
I am the original person who placed this report.

I am wondering if a 3-5 day wait is average for someone to get reversals on this type of charge.

I went to my bank Yesterday (12/28/06) and had to fill out numerous reports for each charge I had and I also told them about this site and all of the people that were also having problems.
I was told it would be after the first of the year before they would be able to reverse anything, but would be making a reversal of the NSF charges that they charged me!! They immediately took my card and cancelled it.

We also have an account with another bank and had a charge come through we did not make a few years ago and they gave a reversal of the amount the next business day.

I do not understand why they are making me wait when other banks take care of it so much sooner.

I also mentioned the Federal Regulation E Form and talking with the Banking Commission and the person helping me said she did not know anything about that and the forms I was filling out were all they did!!

How do I find out about the Federal Regulation Form and How do I find our Banking Commission??????
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#3 Consumer Comment

Fast Auction Profit is a Scam run by whores and criminals

AUTHOR: Francis - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Sunday, December 24, 2006
I have to agree with Paul, this is nothing more than a scam run by whores and criminals. Forget talking to the idiots at fast auction. Contact your bank or credit card company immediately. File a report with the better business bureau. This is fraudulent activity carried out by scum. These scam artists use what appears to be legitimate sources to promote their CON. Maybe it's time to boycott companies like EBAY that allow these jerks to get away with these scams. Perhaps everyone should start writing to the newspapers and news companies until someone finally takes notice and does something about it.

Fast Auction Profit means fast easy profits for them, nothing more!
They are leeches, and they'll suck you dry.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

All refunds start and end with a bank. Read the directions here. Do NOT waste time by calling the place that scammed you.

AUTHOR: Paul - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Sunday, December 17, 2006
A couple of things that everyone should know.

First, forget all this ?FREE? crap that you see. There is nothing free. They want an account number. That's why they make some nonsense charge like $2.99 for shipping. You agree to give out your account number for shipping.

Big freakin' surprise! They immediately bill you for $49. That was the whole idea all along.

Why do you think they are asking for your number in the first place? Did you honestly believe they were only gonna take three bucks out? What the hell can you get for three bucks?

Let me explain something here. Once you hand over the number, the sky is the limit. They can empty everything that is there. Take it all. Even after you say stop, they will still be deducting money every month. From now on until eternity.

You can take that to the bank!

Almost everyone here steps into this crap by falling for this phony free scam. That's how it all starts.

So, when you see ?FREE?, you automatically KNOW that the crooks are out to cheat you. Hang up. Close the window. Or, walk away.

If you're stupid enough to give them your account, trust me, you will regret it!

Now, if you do give out your number, FORGET about calling the crooks back and trying to close the account. AIN'T gonna happen! There are no refunds in the fraud business.

Run right down to the bank, or get your credit card issuer on the horn.

Actually, first you want to read what to say. It's all here. Right on this site. Look for the complaint that has ?EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back into your bank account?. That's what you wanna read.

Now that you know what to say, get dialing. Or, get on over to the bank manager.

Tell them you got scammed and you need to reverse payment. Tell them that the scam does NOT answer the phone, and there is no way for you to close the account.

The bank may step in and help you get your money back. Maybe, if you're lucky.

But, if you waste years calling up the crooks and trying to work through them, you might as well forget it.

It's a complete waste of time calling the crooks back!

Don't ask them why they did this!

Don't wonder how they could begin to cheat a nice person like yourself!

Don't waste your time lecturing to them about doing the right thing!

You're wasting your breath!

The people who cheated you are crooks. The only thing that is right to them is cheating you out of as much as possible, so that they can go right on buying whores and drugs.

That's where your hard-earned money goes! Whores and drugs. Lap-dances and meth rocks!

So, let's review here.

There is nothing for free. They just use that to get your account.

All refunds start and end at the bank.

There is no point in arguing with crooks.

And, if you do give out your number, your money will get used for drugs and whores.

One last thing.

This site is here for a reason. To help people who have no idea how scams work. So, use it. Check something out BEFORE you hand over your money. Trust me, 20 minutes spent here reading will save you weeks worth of trouble and aggravation.

Parting shot. When it comes to money, you always want to THINK first, and SPEND last. If everyone always did that, there wouldn't be any fraud.

And, for you Melanie, and anyone else who plans on making big bucks with paid surveys, FORGET IT! Nobody pays big money for you to answer surveys. The whole thing is a scam. If it's on the internet, and it has anything to do with making big money quick and easy, it's a SCAM.
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

All refunds start and end with a bank. Read the directions here. Do NOT waste time by calling the place that scammed you.

AUTHOR: Paul - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Sunday, December 17, 2006
A couple of things that everyone should know.



First, forget all this ?FREE? crap that you see. There is nothing free. They want an account number. That's why they make some nonsense charge like $2.99 for shipping. You agree to give out your account number for shipping.



Big freakin' surprise! They immediately bill you for $49. That was the whole idea all along.



Why do you think they are asking for your number in the first place? Did you honestly believe they were only gonna take three bucks out? What the hell can you get for three bucks?



Let me explain something here. Once you hand over the number, the sky is the limit. They can empty everything that is there. Take it all. Even after you say stop, they will still be deducting money every month. From now on until eternity.



You can take that to the bank!



Almost everyone here steps into this crap by falling for this phony free scam. That's how it all starts.



So, when you see ?FREE?, you automatically KNOW that the crooks are out to cheat you. Hang up. Close the window. Or, walk away.



If you're stupid enough to give them your account, trust me, you will regret it!



Now, if you do give out your number, FORGET about calling the crooks back and trying to close the account. AIN'T gonna happen! There are no refunds in the fraud business.



Run right down to the bank, or get your credit card issuer on the horn.



Actually, first you want to read what to say. It's all here. Right on this site. Look for the complaint that has ?EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back into your bank account?. That's what you wanna read.



Now that you know what to say, get dialing. Or, get on over to the bank manager.



Tell them you got scammed and you need to reverse payment. Tell them that the scam does NOT answer the phone, and there is no way for you to close the account.



The bank may step in and help you get your money back. Maybe, if you're lucky.



But, if you waste years calling up the crooks and trying to work through them, you might as well forget it.



It's a complete waste of time calling the crooks back!



Don't ask them why they did this!



Don't wonder how they could begin to cheat a nice person like yourself!



Don't waste your time lecturing to them about doing the right thing!



You're wasting your breath!



The people who cheated you are crooks. The only thing that is right to them is cheating you out of as much as possible, so that they can go right on buying whores and drugs.



That's where your hard-earned money goes! Whores and drugs. Lap-dances and meth rocks!



So, let's review here.



There is nothing for free. They just use that to get your account.



All refunds start and end at the bank.



There is no point in arguing with crooks.



And, if you do give out your number, your money will get used for drugs and whores.



One last thing.



This site is here for a reason. To help people who have no idea how scams work. So, use it. Check something out BEFORE you hand over your money. Trust me, 20 minutes spent here reading will save you weeks worth of trouble and aggravation.



Parting shot. When it comes to money, you always want to THINK first, and SPEND last. If everyone always did that, there wouldn't be any fraud.



And, for you Melanie, and anyone else who plans on making big bucks with paid surveys, FORGET IT! Nobody pays big money for you to answer surveys. The whole thing is a scam. If it's on the internet, and it has anything to do with making big money quick and easy, it's a SCAM.
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