Hello fellow Scambook’ers,

We would like to introduce the Scambook Group feature launched today!  We understand that when you are scammed or taken advantage of, you may feel like you’re the only who had it happen to you.  However, as we’ve seen through your postings on Scambook, you’re rarely alone.  So, to make it even easier to interact with and see complaints like your own, we have now bundled reports into a Group, each with its own dedicated page.  If the company you’re reporting about is in an existing group your report will be automatically bundled into the group.  Once there, you can view other complaints, comment globally in a central location, and everyone can easily receive updates about their shared problem.  With Scambook Group, you can speak with the whole group instead of one by one.

At this time, we will roll out Scambook Groups for companies with high volume complaints.  Scambook is still in our beta stages and our growth has been exponential thanks to loyal members like you.  At Scambook, we believe there’s power in numbers and we will continue to provide you the tools to band together and fight back for group justice.

 

See Also

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Scambook is an online complaint resolution platform dedicated to obtaining justice for victims of fraud with unprecedented speed and accuracy. By building communities and providing resources on the latest scams, Scambook arms consumers with the up-to-date information they need to stay on top of emerging schemes. Since its inception, Scambook has resolved over $10 million in reported consumer damages.

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6 Responses

  1. Michael Schuttler

    Believe it or not, BidRack actually contacted me again saying that I had purchased more bids. I wrote back and told them “NO”! I would be happy to hear from them that they are refunding my money or sending me a new Samsung Tablet.

    I’d like to find out where BidRack is located so I could pay them a visit. Thanks for all of your work on your end.

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  2. estelle houston

    i believe it. i just got scammed by this thing called robo stir. it’s advertises it product for $10.00 for one and get another one for s&h. they just took $113.91 for a piece of plastic spinning in a pot from my bank account. now i’m left broke for the rest of the month when i get my little s s check. so don’t ever give your card # to any t.v. product that double talks you.

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  3. Scott

    a class action lawsuit alledging deceptove advertisimng has been filed against BidRack in a California federal court. About time!!

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  4. Kandi Gabrielsen

    I got scammed by Grant Assist.com for $57.83. I have been scammed before and I reduced to getting a new bank card because of these scams!

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  5. maxineboleman

    i was scammd for $515.00 for a loan i never got ……..
    From The Desk Of The Executive Director,
    Access Finance’s Investment (Loan Lenders)
    Our Ref: 0011/A.F.I
    Your Ref:
    Email: [email protected]mail.com
    Date: 18/10/2011………………
    MOTTO: We put an end to your financial worries.

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  6. j & l washburn

    On Dec. 3,2011 we received a phone call from a TLG Company selling magazines(NME). We agreed to purchase 5 magazines for a small fee of about $14.00 a month. Our DEcember 27 Credit card statement arrived and it had a total of $240.24 On Dec 12 We received from TLG Shopper a $16.99 unauthorized charge on our credit card bill. Then on December 15 ditto for a unauthorized charge of $16.99 from TLG GREAT FUN. These charges put us over our credit limit and put our interest rate @ 29.99% which will ruin us financially because we are retires on fixed income.

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