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Report: #113502

Complaint Review: Play To Win Sports - Printing With Style - Aliso Viejo California

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  • Reported By: Saint Peters Missouri
  • Play To Win Sports - Printing With Style 26895 Aliso Creek Road Suite B494 Aliso Viejo, California U.S.A.

Play To Win Sports - Printing With Style Play To Win Sports is a scam and I have the proof to prove it Aliso Viejo California

*Consumer Suggestion: The Scam Continues

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: We are not a scam!

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I spoke with a representative with Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights. The address of 26895 Aliso Creek Road is a known address for more than one scam.

There is presently an attempt to gather continued information against party or parties there.

I intend to do everything within my power against these types of scam artists to make them suffer!

Please join me, there is strength in numbers...

Tim
Saint Peters, Missouri
U.S.A.

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#2 Consumer Suggestion

The Scam Continues

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

POSTED: Friday, October 22, 2004
Still selling grossly overpriced fliers Nick? The website looks as amateur as ever. Did you know that you can access all the member 'features' for free? These things happen when you have a kid design the site. Doesn't really matter though, the ESPN site offers tons more quality content for FREE.

Could you let us know which Mailboxes,Etc. store you're operating out of this week? It's hard to keep track of all your 'corporate offices' in Southern California and Las Vegas.

I hope that when you record these 'sales' calls that you tape the whole presentation including that smooth 'twenty-eight-eighty' phrase. I'm certain you don't state 'two thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars' to your marks. You wouldn't make a dime.

Face it Nick, it's a tired old scam. Move on to something you have a chance at ..... like male prostitution.
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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

We are not a scam!

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

POSTED: Monday, October 18, 2004
There are hundreds of companies at that address and we are not a scam. Sports fans have enjoyed our site for over 5 years and we have never had one complaint from a customer. Tim keeps acting like he was a customer, but he was actually an independent contractor that we had a business contract with. Tim, we tried to call you, but your phone number is disconnected. If you continue to slander our company we will consider a lawsuit against you for slander and defamation. Feel free to call us so we can negotiate a fair settlement that will make both parties happy.
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