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Ziinga Scam

 
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1919281
United Kingdom
04/20/2012 10:52 AM
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Ziinga Scam
never ever try this shit they will ask you to send copy of your credit card & authorization form so they can charge your card until last penny
GeoL
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05/16/2012 04:10 AM
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This person is right in everything they says about the robbing twats at ziinga.com a little bit of internet research reveals a whole lot of extremely upset victims of this bunch of crooks. At least if you were mugged in the street you'd have something to show for it, albeit broken bones and bruises but with this lot all you'll have is an empty bank account. As I see it there are at least three things we can do to hit back at these robbers, firstly bite the bullet at your embarrassment at having been caught out by their scam, make up a page on Facebook or any other social network explaining how they operate and how they’ll rip you off if you have anything to do with them and include their logo so everyone recognises who you are on about, send it to everyone you know on Facebook and invite them to send it to everyone they know. Secondly don’t let up on pursuing them on getting your money back, if all the victims bombard them with emails which will be everyone they have dealt with it shouldn’t be long before they can’t cope with the volume of complaints. Thirdly report them to your local Trading Standards Office and other public authorities as well as television consumer programmes such as the BBC Watchdog. Finally a tip that if you do get suckered into dealing with this bunch of crooks I hope will save you a bit of money £28.00, if when you realise you have been scammed DO NOT contact ziinga.con until after you have contacted your bank and cancelled the credit card whose details were used by ziinga.com to rob you of your first £60.00. You may have to wait a few days for a replacement card but it’s well worth it to stop those b***tards getting another penny from you. Only after contacting your bank and being sure they won’t pay that bunch of crooks another penny contact them and tell them to poke their membership where the sun don’t shine! No need to worry about any court proceedings against you, so unfair is their way of doing business I doubt there is a court in the land that would side with them. Bitter, you bloody bet I am but I’m not alone.
BARRY
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05/22/2012 03:01 AM
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HELLO

I HAVE JUST BEEN SCAMMED AS WELL!!! i thought i had got a cheap camara now it turns out i have paid £67 and still got nothing to show for it and they want £28 to cancel my contract.
is there nothing that can be done about this??
Sucker
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06/08/2012 07:12 AM
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I too got scammed; they have an automated Bid Agent that's bids for you so you can't claim that you haven't used the account.......

Don't sign up to this at any cost.... It is a SCAM

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