Complaint 156116 Details
- Date Occurred: 01/02/2012
- Reported Damages: $569.00
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 join Magic PTR 08/208/23/2011 09:25. I Upgraded, 11/16/2011. Amount Paid,$169.00 @03:41:24PST. Paid to email@example.com.
On 01/01/2012 I received a email from Magic PTR, stating I was to pay a $200.00 Transfer Fee. On 01/02/2012, I paid $200.00, 10:36:35PTC. Paid to firstname.lastname@example.org. I have on a daily bases up until today,09/10/2012, still receiving emails asking for that same $200.00!
Then on 06/06/2012, 12:03:58PDT, I paid, (Like a Fool) them another $200.00.
Last night I requested a Payout of $1000.00, 09/09/2012 00:40 Instand Payment #1 just to see if I would receive another email asking for the $200.00 and like clockwork the email came 09/10/2012.
Emails between Magic and me has been going on since 01/02/2012. All I get from them RE: emails.
I even had PayPal, which was no help. PayPal let them get away with all of this. PayPal could not get any response from MagicPTR.
Magic has a 24hr Contact. They do not answer it either.
I am not sure what can or should be done. I can be sure, I could use the $569.00.
I have, in Payment Request today, 09/10/2012, $475,800.00. HAHAHA!!!!!
Now Magic PTR owes me $476,275.00.
Not including my Original complaint of $500 Plus Dollars. The correct dollar amount I'm not sure.
What has been going on with my complaint?
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against MagicPTR.com
- Complaints Filed: 31
- Reported Damages: $409,934.99
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SBID is a unique id code that identifies the user's computer and location. SBID is used to prevent fraudulent postings and help our community find users who create duplicate user accounts.