Complaint Review: Seller Networks - California
Seller Networks Telephone sold me a service to sell my car but I tried to cancel within hours, could not, Citibank failed to protect also California
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I am now in the process of documenting phone calls and emails for this case. I foolishly accepted a phone solicitation from Seller Networks early the night of November 13. For $240 they said they would sell the car I was trying to sell, handle all aspects of advertising the car on "well known" car selling websites, all details of the selling process up through the payment. That evening I researched this firm and hit the panic button, reading how they do NOT do nything in most cases, though a few of their "friends" will purport to have had great result, ha! I sent them an email that very evening since NOBODY was answering their "customer service" phone just a few hours later. I called Citibank, they reversed the charge the same day although I think I needed to wait for the charge to hit but they dated the credit also on the 13th.
On November 16 Sellers Networks emailed me to tell me to tell me there were "terms of agreement" I had agreed to by telephone. Making it IMPOSSIBLE to ever get a refund if one quickly realizes they were scammed. Plus, these are the ONLY websites they supposed post ads for my car:
auto buyers online
go auto search
used autos for sale
auto buyers directory
Never heard of ANY of these, anyone can build a phoney website and claim they are doing a service if they can find a sucker like me. I am elderly, and a Vietnam veteran. I also looked on several of these websites and I could not find ANY ads for my 2012 Sonata. I also made my OWN sale at my own expense later in the same month, they were USELESS, never received any call from anyone except on November 24 I finally received a phone call from mmanager from Seller Networks who essentially refused flatly to assist in ANY way, telling me they already did s lot of work to advertise my car. What a flat out lie, never saw any such ads nor did I hear from them except a number of robo emails asking me to post photos of my car. That is it, not bad for them getting my hard earned $240.
But what makes this worse is that on December 19, whatever Seller Network LIED to Citibank with, Citi (Costco Citi) reversed my dispute and charged me. Now they tell me *I* have to pretend to be a lawyer and prove my records and phone call efforts and my emails, etc etc.
If I have to go on TV with consumer groups I will, as well consider getting an attorney for FRAUD, sue the wners for a LOT more than $240. Elder abuse included.
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