ALZA Safe Transactions
Complaint 93519 Details

  • Date Occurred: 03/12/2014
  • Reported Damages: $3,400.00

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

International boundaries

My experience is the exact same as GarlandTX. Including the same story from the seller.

I contacted a seller on Craigslist about an Food Trailer for sale. She told me that it was being handled through When I wanted to go look at it She told me she was out of town as her sister had a car accident and she had to take care of her sisters kids for a week or so. We emailed back and forth I finally agreed to a price of $3400.00, I went to the website and registered, got the invoice, had them answer questions on where it was located and why the address for seller wasnt the same as where the trailer was listed. They assured me that they required the address change as the lady wasn't going to be in that area for at least 10 days and that they had the title to the trailer in there warehouse. I agreed, took another 2 days to keep checking with company online, nothing came back negative. After over a week of waiting for them to confirm payment which they never did I had my bank do a wire trace on the funds and confirm they indeed receive the funds on the day I sent it. Now they stopped responding to emails and I get no response at all. Same with the seller which has since seemed to have vanished.

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  • Ilka
  • Ilka SBID #0aa4f59671
  • Posted 04/03/2014
  • Hello I was just scammed like you but for $5,000 for a Polaris RZR S on Alza Safe Transactions. I sent the money to Barkleys bank in London and never received the merchandise. So what I first did was got the IB address from the website and it said it was created in the Netherlands. Then I went online to the London police force website and filled out a police report and the next day the police contacted me back saying we will look into this crime. I think if all of us who got scammed fill out a report they will try harder to find this horrible person and we will be more likely to get our money back. Here’s the website for the London police force just click on (Online Crime Reporting) when you get to the website then from there you look at the bottom and it will say (Enter Crime/Incident Reporting) and then follow the steps and they should email you back shortly and make sure you mention Alza Safe Transactions.
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  • Musicman
  • Musicman SBID #3214373569
  • Posted 04/05/2014
  • I was scammed by these guys to the tune of $3400.00 for a concession trailer. I've filed a complaint with IC3, the FTC, Barclays Bank, the UK London Police and at this website:
    I've uncovered quit a bit of information that is related to Alza and their other names that they have and do operate under. Tell anyone who will listen to beware of and It's the same people.
    If we all take a pro active stance with this, maybe something will be done about these people. We may not get our money back but we may someday have the satisfaction of seeing these scumbags in jail.
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  • Complaint Against ALZA Safe Transactions
  • Complaints Filed: 7
  • Reported Damages: $27,600.00
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