So many scamming deals, can we stop posting them? Sorry we really can't. What we can do to help consumers is to publish them in the Scam Watcher section.
Why so many house/office cleaning deals are scams? Ask yourself who do you think will work for less than $5 per hour.
e-Accessories.ca and AppleDepot.ca are obviously the same company that sells fake and poor quality products through group buying sites.
Top100florist.com, gourmet-flowers.com, barterflowers.com, gourmet-flowers.net, etc. all owned by Mr. David Lach from Enchanted Florist in Orland Park, Illinois. He may deliver flowers to Orland Park but not any other places in the world.
Manila Hair Salon & Tanning sold more than 1000 vouchers in the past few months. Are they up to the service standard?
Calgary Mercury Hair Salon & Barber Shop have sold more than 1000 discount voucher in the past year. Did you buy one and receive quality services from them?
You lose money if you have bought the calling card deal from Wide World Connect for unlimited world wide calling. These liars have taken all the money and ran away to same corner in the world.
Capital House and Carpet Cleaning, a company owned by Mark Andrew was reported scamming people by selling vouchers and failed to provide cleaning services.
XSV360 sold fake products across all the group buying sites and they are hiding somewhere! Catch them before it is too late!
Qualico Cleaning Service is definitely a scam. If you have bought their vouchers from any group buying website, you should get a refund ASAP!
This is not considered a scam yet. We would like to let everyone who has bought the DealFind Deal from Green Co. Calgary know that we have overheard that Green Co. Calgary has gone out of business. Anyone who still has un-redeemed vouchers for the deal is encouraged to contact DealFind right away to get a full refund. Read more…
Four Seasons Landscaping Halifax Deals is the first reported possible scam. It caught our attention and urged us to create a Scam Watcher section.
Several signs that Four Seasons Landscaping in Halifax were reported as possible scam
1. It has run so many deals on varies deal sites including DealFind, WagJag, StealTheDeal, etc. including multiple times on one deal site, such as StealTheDeal and WagJag. To see a list of the deals it has run, please see the “four seasons landscaping” search results on our website.
2. People who have bought the Four Seasons Landscaping deals reported that nobody answered their telephone calls or showed up at scheduled appointment time.
3. Their website http://www.fourseasonslandscaping.biz/ was a free website from VistaPrint(which claims “Everything is FREE!” and offers free business cards, stationaries, business supplies, websites, etc.) and is now shutdown already.
Even if this is not a scam, you can guesstimate about how many vouchers it has sold (207 sold at DealFind alone) and how many hours this guy will need to take on all these tasks(The DealFind deal is 1 month full service lawn care package, including one lawn cut and pesticide-free weed control treatment per week over a 4-week period, and a one-time application of each of the following: aeration, dethatching, liming and fertilizing, for lawns of up to 1 acre).
What You Should Do If You Bought Four Seasons Landscaping Halifax Deals
1. Keep contacting Four Seasons Landscaping Halifax at 902.431.7447, although I suspect it will work.
2. Contact the deal sources where you bought the vouchers from. I know at least DealFind is keeping their promise on refund policy and they should have no issue giving you a full refund on this, even though it has passed their 30 days guarantee period.
WagJag: Click Here to E-mail WagJag.
StealTheDeal: Click here to submit an email through StealTheDeal Contact form.
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