Complaint 132712 Details
- Date Occurred: 07/07/2012
- Reported Damages: $0.00
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
I signed up for Saveup.com a few months ago, and I'm getting frustrated because I NEVER WIN anything. I log on daily, and play for prizes, but still nothing. I'm struggling to see how anyone can possibly win anything from this site, and I believe that the posted "winners" are phony. The odds of winning anything are slim to none. Check their policy on the odds of winning. I've given up trying to win the $2 million jackpot (because its pointless, virtually impossible, and I would HATE to pay the taxes associated with a $2 million cash payout), and have played for smaller prizes (like gift cards and smaller cash payoffs) because the odds are winning are more favorable. However, I can't even win a measly $5. Instead all I "win" are their stupid credits. I don't even understand the purpose of these credits. I can't convert them into anything substantial, like a cash payout, debt payoff...so why offer them? Plus, you have to spend credits to get credits. Playing a game cost 10 credits each. Majority of the time, you can only win 2 or 5 credits, so you're constantly losing credits. This is a big scam! Plus, the games they offer are stupid. You can play "3 of a kind", pick 3 mystery suitcases, or throw balls to hit 3 targets. Lame! Why not offer more games, instead of these childish games, and something at an adult level? That employee Jean Park stated on another complaint website that Saveup.com wants to add "a bit of fun and excitement" while playing. Well Jean, why are your games so dull and boring? How about making various games that require skill, complexity, are stimulating and at an adult level, instead of the baby drivel you are forcing on us? Recently, I've noticed that many of my retirement and savings accounts cannot be accessed from Saveup.com. These are accounts that I make monthly contributions to, which would earn many credits and make up my credit deficit when I play their stupid games. Now all of a sudden, Saveup.com cannot access or see the deposits I'm making, and I'm not being credited for my good saving habits and behavior. Saveup.com customer service/technical help has been no help whatsoever, as they say "their engineers are working on it." It has been almost a month, and they can't troubleshoot this issue. Really?? How difficult can it be? I find this very convenient for Saveup.com, and this is another way they avoid rewarding people for their good efforts. So far, Saveup.com is nothing but empty promises. It's like receiving a lump of coal on Christmas. I'll probably withdraw my account, because of their empty promises and lies. I also recommend to anyone reading this to consider before signing up with Saveup.com. I think its cruel that they say they will reward people with prizes, yet you play their dumb games, and nothing will come of it. They just want you to log on daily, and play their silly games, like drones. The more people Saveup.com gets signing up for their "service", and generating traffic to their site; the richer Saveup.com becomes...not the person struggling in this economy to pay off their debt, working 2 or 3 jobs to make end meet, foreclosing on their home, etc. If you want to be rewarded for good saving habits or paying off debt, you won't find it at Saveup.com!
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against SaveUp.com
- Complaints Filed: 2
- Reported Damages: $0.00
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