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Complaint Review: Getor Mails - Internet

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  • Reported By: Granada Other
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  • Getor Mails Internet U.S.A. I paid Getor-mails $99 to upgrade to Silver Membership Internet

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I paid $99 dollars to Getor Mails to upgrade to Silver Membership and requested $50,00- payout as Silver Member. They ignored my request. I paid through Pay pal and therefore received 2 transaction numbers - one for my part in the transaction and one for Getor Mails affiliate. I've e-mailed to company and the affiliate both of whom chose to ignore me. So I've lost $99.00.

I have tried to claim the money back from Pay pal but, all I get from them is an e-mail advising me to stay on friendly terms with both parties to try and reach an amicable agreement.

Why should I? They've both scammed me why should I be friendly. Pay pal should take their head out of the sand and delete all these companies from their patronage.


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