Complaint 360532 Details

  • Date Occurred: 04/20/2017
  • Reported Damages: $99.98

The complaint is against an online dating profile

The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity

The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity

The company or person contact no longer exists

International boundaries

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So, like any other person wanting get a "luxury" watch for free and only pay for shipping, one thinks that is a pretty good deal. Received a confirmation email saying Mens Luxury Watch Trial (NEW) for $6.99. Watch arrives in the date range it said on the order and it is in good condition in its own little box and looks pretty good. Then I tried looking for the watch model on its own website; couldn't find it. Looked for current and old models, couldn't find it. Already knowing I've been scammed by what the watch is I think, "Ok, paid 6.99 for a fake. Doesn't look that bad." About a month later after stalking my own bank account everything seems fine, until I wake up and see a confirmation email that came in at 1:58a.m., saying that I purchased Mens Luxury Watch Trail Completion (NEW) for $99.98. Notice that the 'Trial' became 'Trail'. I still have both confirmation emails so in the event anything happens, I will be ready. My guess is is that somewhere amongst those 'I Agree' policies that there was an agreement where this would happen; but the customer is always right.

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  • Reported Damages: $99.98
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