Report: #227710

Complaint Review: Wireless Rebate Processing Center / Helegeson Enterprises / IPC Affinity Rebate / Wirefly - Phoenix AZ, White Bear Lake MN Internet, Nationwide

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  • Reported By: De Soto Missouri
  • Wireless Rebate Processing Center / Helegeson Enterprises / IPC Affinity Rebate / Wirefly PO Box 100517-BBE, White Bear Lake MN 55110-0517 Or PO Box 100550 White Bear Lake MN 55110-0550 Phoenix AZ, White Bear Lake MN, Internet, Nationwide U.S.A.

Wireless Rebate Processing Center / Helegeson Enterprises / IPC Affinity Rebate / Wirefly Dishonest-Corrupt-Difficult-They hope to frustrate you so you just stop trying to get your rebate! Phoenix Arizona, White Bear Lake MN, Probably Other Locations AZ, MN, possibly other states Internet

*Author of original report: Wireless Rebate Processing Center

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This company makes it very difficult, if not impossible to receive a full or even partial rebate...even if you do it all correctly and then repeatedly send them copies of the submittals via signature required delivery confirmations. They are not honest and it is definitely a scam. I personally used wirefly.com and chose cingular as my carrier but it does not matter...because I have many friends and family who used their other deceptive company fronts and who chose sprint or verizon or one of the other carriers and we have all had the exact same issues. Either no rebates after almost a year or partial rebates because the company changes the rebate amount AFTER the purchase and submittals.

The Attorney General in Washington DC has sued this set of companies and it will be interesting to see the outcome. Check out the Attorney General website to see that this is a true statement. Good luck and be persistant...I have received 50% on my rebate after getting an attorney's advice on this issue. He advised a final demand for payment sent delivery confirmation with a 10 days from receipt for final payment. Try it, it may work.

De Soto, Missouri

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#1 Author of original report

Wireless Rebate Processing Center

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

POSTED: Friday, December 29, 2006
Contact InPhonic/Wirefly:
InPhonic, Inc.
1010 Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 600
Washington, DC 20007
Phone: 202-333-0001
Customer Service: 800-985-6073
Fax: 202-333-5007

9301 Peppercorn Place
Largo, MD 20774

Valencia Hill
Office of the President
Phone: 703-636-3863

Contact Technology Crossover Ventures (owns 30% of InPhonic)
Technology Crossover Ventures
528 Ramona St.
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: 650-614-8200
Fax: 650-614-8222

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