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Jumbocloseout.com (AKA, wetrickyouforyourmoney.com) After this phantom registration that robs your account of $150, you're sent on this angry but embolden campaign of recovery.The encouragement to try for free is the beginning of their scam. I don't care how long it...
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#207409
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Mr. William S.J., Jumbocloseouts.com, Billing Department Chair, I have 4 additional questions in response to your email ".If you have any further questions please let me know." as follows: I gather from your email, you have no intention of refunding my $150.00. (1) Am...
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#204043
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This was an auction. I requested 5 dollars in coupons and my credit card was billed 150 dollars. I contacted the company with no success; my credit card company was of no help. I called and asked for a refund and had no luck in dealing with the company. they need to be...
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Sahuarita, Arizona
#203305
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I read an article in the newspaper about this bidding site. The article said it was similar to E-Bay. I entered the web address in the article and saw the offer of 300 free minutes to try out the site. A credit card was required, I thought in case I won a bid. I soon...
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Jim Hyde

Please email me when we get a law suit going jimterryh@aol.com

#201744
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Jumbocloseouts.com claims that you can try out there auction site with no obligation and that they will even give you 100 free bids. That is not true. I tried it and they charged me 150.00. I should have known something wasn't right when they asked me 4 times to put in...
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#201622
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After learning that jumbocloseouts got over on me for $150.00,I proceeded to play their game and try to reduce my losses by bidding on gift cards.I won an auction for a $50.00 visa on 9/11/2010 and won another auction for a $50.00 Walmart gift card on...
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Anonymous
Not a Happy Customer Either

This is the same thing that has happened to me. This website needs to be reported to the Better Business Bureau.

#201100
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I came accross a promotion on Fox News website about a new auction site called Jumbocloseout.com. I thought I would check it out. In order to go to the auctions, I had to register and was promised 300 free bids. When I registered, they immediately charged $150 to my...
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TH

Same thing happened to me also. This is a scam that cost me $150

Anonymous
tina

Same thing happened to me.

#200038
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I saw this advertised on the internet so I thought that I would register just to view the site. I was not aware that I was going to be charged at all. They asked for my credit card number but I assumed it was so that they could bill me if I won anything. Tried...
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#198814
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Jumbocloseouts.com must have a different link to a page where there are NO DISCLAIMERS! I accessed their website through an article. Anyone else do the same? Can you find me the article? I have done online complaints at ripoff reports, as well as the BBB and the...
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#198551
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I, too, was taken in by JumboCloseouts.com. I have never been "had" before so I guess it had to happen eventually. They got me on 8/3/2010. I had purchased from Bidz.com and E bay.com. I did not realize what they had done until I looked at my bank account and they had...
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#198037
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