Contacteverprivate.com Complaint - How you get ripped off!!

Review by twirlermom619 on 2007-07-28
KUTZTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA -- I to am a victim of Contacteverprivate.com. I did go online looking at different loans and suddenly had money deposited in my account and money withdrawn without my consent! When you call the toll free number, you get a recording and are told to go to this website to resolve the issue. Hmmmm... THE WEBSITE DOES NOT POP UP!! They are scamming so many people and it is not fair to the average Joe like me. Something needs to be done about this, so that no one else gets victimized! Please, I urge anyone reading this if you have any suggestions on how to stop them, let me know.

Thanks so much!!

Comments:5 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-07-28
Posted by madconsumer on 2007-07-28:
how did they get your account numbers?
Posted by grandma005 on 2007-07-28:
She gave it to them when she opted for the loan.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-07-28:
There certainly seems to be a lot of unscrupulous people on the internet these days.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-07-28:
The web site seems to be dead. Contacteverprivate.com was registered at GODADDY.COM on April 30 of this year. There's no data on who or where Contacteverprivate.com is actually located. I've read that many fly-by-night businesses register through services like GODADDY as a way to hide their identity. It would take a court order to force them to reveal who the client really is. Of course by that time they're long gone.
Posted by twirlermom619 on 2007-07-28:
Sometimes it is easy for people to get a loan through a bank, unfortunately, there are some people out there that do not have that option. Messy divorces or family emergencies can play a huge part in why people have to turn to other sources to get loans. Yeah its great if you already have great credit... what about the people that don't? I don't recall even going to that website. This is what makes it all the more frustrating. Sometimes you just can't believe everything you hear, and somethings may sound good on paper, however, everyone is at risk to become a victim, it doesn't always have to be about getting a loan.

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