Freebie-Fusion.net
Complaint 1676 Details

  • Date Occurred: 06/26/2011
  • Reported Damages: $15.00
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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

I went to a site called Single Parents Association of America or www.spaoa.org to try to get help with money to go back to school. After I registered the site said, "Below is offer for you to try, you can click show me next offer or try this offer." I went through some offers for scholorship entry with no problems. Then an offer came up that said get $500.00 for filling out a simple survey. So then I clicked the try this button on the SPAOA site. Then a survey popped up and I took the survey, then a register page popped up and I filled that out with my name, shipping address, email address, and phone number. Then A page popped up telling me to agree to 2 offers below to get the $500 check. So I completed 2 offers. One was for a mineral makeup set for 1.00 plus S&H and the other was for 4 doctor Suess books for 99 cents. Then I closed out of the Doctor Suess page and it brings me back to the offer page, so I scroll to the bottom and hit next and it took back to the top of the offer page. I scroll to the bottom again and hit next and it brought me to a page that said pick t\2 bonus ofeers from the list so I did. Then It took me to another page that told to fill out more surveys and agree to offers. Finally I realized that I just got scammed and closed out all windows. Then I went to my histories and pulled up the first freebie-fusion.net page and it was an other page that said give your email address for 1 of three $500 gift cards to different stores, but I knew it was a scam so I scrolled to the bottom to click the contact link. When I clicked the contact link I got a virtual handslap and clicking sound and was kept on the same page. I was just scammed.

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  • Complaint Against Freebie-Fusion.net
  • Complaints Filed: 3
  • Reported Damages: $72.30
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