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Tipidtalk.com (ako'y pinoy calling card) Complaint - Beware of Tipidtalk.com

Review by annex on 2010-08-13
COVINA-BALDWIN PARK, CALIFORNIA -- It's a shame that this phone carries the name of the Filipino people. I ordered a phone card worth $5.00 on tipidtalk.com so I could call my family. I was going to give it a try because it seemed inexpensive for the minutes the card offers. To be specific, I bought the phone card "Ako'y Pinoy" but only to find disappointment after the transaction. I received a notification about the order in my e-mail that they will contact me soon to activate my order or I should call (626) 549-2808. After several hours of waiting, I tried to call the number but it would only direct me to a voicemail. Then I contacted tipidtalk.com customer service on the matter. Again, another frustration because the agent could only tell me "sorry" he could not do anything about and that the only thing I could do is e-mail the sales department. Duh, I could have done that without going through an agent. Is this the kind of employee you would want to pay to deal with customers? Anyway, to no avail, I still could not use the service and I am just warning all other consumers who may run across this website. It is not worth it.
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2013-03-17
Posted by Alain on 2010-08-15:
Thank you for the warning and the review!
Posted by sarge on 2013-03-17:
I just bought 5 unlimited pldt phone cards 2 days ago... opened the required account and was advised that TipidTalk will give me a call. I never heard anybody calling me... i tried to open the account I made but I cannot open it... called the number they gave me but the google account was not available and I left a message to call me back. I called their sales number and the same thing happened... nobody answered. I believed that this is a scam and I would like to warn people that reads this not to buy or do business with TipidTalk. I will call my bank to cancel the credit card transaction and I will also report this matter to the Attorney General of California for fraudulent business practices. PLEASE BE WARNED!

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