Mall Of Action
Complaint 138805 Details
- Date Occurred: 07/23/2012
- Reported Damages: $9.80
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 never heard of this company, and never visited their web site.
These scumbags managed to hack into my debit card, and charge an unauthorized fee of $9.80.
I had to immediately notify my bank and cancel my card (what a monumental pain).
A bank official stated they've had many complaints of this company doing the exact same thing to other depositors.
My bank has since refunded me the money -
But the big question remains: What's to stop these people from doing it again?
Have you seen their pathetic web site? www.mallofaction.com
All they market is lame, cheap inconsequential crap.
I tried calling them: 517-481-3485 (they can't even have a toll free number)
After several attempts, and a lot of time on hold - I finally got a rep who immediately hung up when she heard about the fraudulent charges.
From what I can see here on Scambook, these Mall OF Action skanks are in the habit of doing this on a regular basis.
It seems the only way they can create any revenue is by committing petty larceny on a grand scale.
I don't know about you, but where I come from that's called stealing.
These parasites must be stopped:
They must be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, put out of business, and thrown in jail.
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against Mall Of Action
- Complaints Filed: 108
- Reported Damages: $1,067.70
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