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What To do With People That Just Gives F**K About You?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Gathom, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. Gathom

    Gathom Newbie

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    Hi fellows!

    For a couple of months ago I became a member of a service where I could request "unlimited" sales letters for $97 and up.

    The site is NoLimitC0py.com --> also MasteredManuscripts.c0m

    The first month I requested a sales letter and recieved it about 4 weeks after. The sales letter was great.

    The next month I ugraded my account and paid $197, and I was going to recieve some autoresponder series with my sales letters. I requested 2 sales letters.

    In the members area I could see the progres of the projects and last time I had access to the members area the projects was 50% done.

    About 4 weeks after the upgrade I cancelled my membership because I did not need any sales letter for this month. I sent the site owner a heads up on this and he replied that I "should not cancel my membership because he was closing for new members." Ok- blabla..

    Anyway, I cancelled the account and waited and waited for my sales letters.

    About 4 weeks after I subitted the sales letter requestes I sent the site owner 2 friendly mails with some days between and asked how`s the progress of the projects.

    He has yet not replied. To me it is obvious that he do not want me as a customer because I did not continue the membership.

    Anyway, it`s not a way to treat your customers, and I have already paid $197 for the service. And it`s quite irritating that he does not even answer my mails.

    I have opened a dispute in PayPal to get my money back, but the dispute got auto-rejected for some reason.

    I have now paid $197 for nothing, and would like to know what YOU think I should do with this...?

    Your thoughts are very welcome.


    -g
     
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  2. justthinking

    justthinking BANNED BANNED

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    Live and learn. Kick yourself in the arse and move on. It is not worth your time.
     
  3. asyk

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    Make a blog, about his site and service being bad. And promote it. This way, people will be putt of by his website and he wont make any sales.

    or

    sign his email up for some good ol gay porno (no homo) lol :D
     
  4. Gathom

    Gathom Newbie

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    Yeah live and learn, you`re right, but I don`t see what I could have done different...otherwise than not signing up for his service...

    But thanks...
     
  5. justthinking

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    Yeah, it is not worth it to keep going after this guy. He isn't worth your time. Their are scammers in every profession. I know doctors, lawyers, judges, politicians, police officers, and many other profession who would rather scam you then do the job they were paid for. You can never tell who will do a great job for you and who won't.

    For example, I once hired an attorney to sue General Motors about a lemon I bought from them. When I met my attorney, I was not impressed in the least. He was a physically small man who stuttered terribly. I ended up hiring him more out of pity than anything else.

    This man was relentless with GM. Filed more shit than I thought was possible. Eventually, GM wanted to settle. My lemon was 3 years old, had over 100k miles on it, and was in piss poor condition. He got them to pay me the value of the car with 18k miles on it. (That was when the problems started.)

    Long story short, I actually received more money than I had paid for the car. He even got additional money for his attorney fees from them. In other words, sometimes you can't tell the good from the bad. It is always a risk.
     
  6. cyrix

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    cut your losses, live and learn man. spend the time you would use seeking revenge towards building your campaigns and sites. before you know it you will have made that money back