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Scammed by Legbook

Discussion in 'The Shit List' started by arjunnanda, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. arjunnanda

    arjunnanda Newbie

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    He told me that he would pay me for my facebook pages.
    I made him the admin and he didn't pay me. He even removed me from his skype and facebook.
    Is there anything i can do?? :(
     
  2. sam2009

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    forget all the things and go ahead :)
     
  3. xxmalouinxx

    xxmalouinxx Junior Member

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    You should have asked for the money first... or at least 50% upfront. That wasn't wise.
     
  4. ChampGuy

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    You could post the links to your pages here (which will get them banned from facebook). That way at least he won't be able to make money from them.
     
  5. arjunnanda

    arjunnanda Newbie

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    If i post the link to the facebook page here, will it get banned on facebook??? How come??
     
  6. likeskoolaid

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    The seller should always get at least 50% payment up front. There's nothing you can do about it since facebook isn't going to care you got scammed trying to make some money off THEIR digital product.
     
  7. likeskoolaid

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    I wouldn't bother trying to seek revenge, just continue on with your other projects and forget it even happened, but let it stay as a reminder to not trust anyone so easily. If you're insistent you could complain to facebook that they scammed you on a few different accounts with different IP's. Which may get them suspended. I would move on though.
     
  8. loamigad

    loamigad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Simple lesson. Don't let money or valuable items out of your sight, if you can't afford to lose them.
     
  9. nanavlad

    nanavlad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You must know the account names. so let him build up a good folowing , then report the accounts as spam,
    This should stop him making any money from your work
     
  10. Legbook

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    I didnt scam him at all!

    Loads of people on here can proove im a loyal member of this forum!
    I cant believe the cheek of him!
    I sent him the money no page!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  11. likeskoolaid

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    Ah don't worry about it, no one is going to hold it against you and if they do then they're a fool whose opinion you shouldn't care about. There's no real proof to know who is telling the truth so no one should really care.