Thursday, August 16, 2007

SCAM SCAM SCAM

http://www.doba.com
Place is a dropshipper, and they promise 'big profits' for those who sign up. I got suckered into paying $250.00 for a premium account, only to find that their wholesale prices were TWICE what others were charging for their goods. How can I get a profit out of that? That's the scam: to get you to pay for their account and then overcharge for items. I don't have that kind of money to throw down a hole.

Their response was, 'did you take our education program?" Dude, I don't need a class to know that your prices won't get me a profit. Let me think back to my econ class, Supply-Demand stuff: If someone wants product A and business 1 has it for $10 and business 2 has it for $20...consumer will buy it for 10. Oh that is SO HARD TO CONCEIVE!

I tried to cancel my contract within 12 hours of making it. They said that in the state of Utah that is not true. Um, yeah...its a FEDERAL LAW. Anyone has the right to cancel a contract without financial reparations within 24 hours of making it. It was 12 hours...could'a been 3 if they were open last night.

So, they want to charge me $250.00? Nice try if my credit card has a 'fraud block' on it....keeps me from using it for anything else, but keeps these blood, sucking bastards from trying to charge me.

Remember, DOBA.com they suck and they don't want to give your money back.

/rant

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