Thank you for coming to visit Online Scam Websites. What I do here in investigate websites that make claims that seem too good to be true so. I then break them down and explain to people how they really work in easier to understand terms so that YOU have a proper understanding of what you are really getting yourself into.

Ever See a website claiming you can get something like a PS3, iPAD, MacBook Pro or even a car for free? There is definitely a catch, and if you ever wonder if something might be too good to be true, it probably is. If you happen to come across a website that you think could be a scam, post it here as a comment and I’ll take some time to investigate it to see whats really going on behind the scenes.

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  1. Cathy's Gravatar Cathy
    November 3, 2010 at 3:36 am | Permalink

    I too was scammed for the $159.00, told to download the refund form & send it,& wait 3 weeks. I called to check oh it 4 days ago and was told to call back in 4 days to verify the refund. I called today and was told the wimding down story. After getting nowehere with the online help, I called and spoke to a guy who basically told me I was fucked and hung up on me. I called back 15 min later and after the automated part went through the line was then disconnected. Is there any chance I can get my money back? Damn it— this is horrible

    • cl's Gravatar cl
      December 30, 2010 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

      The same thing happen to me, I sent in the form and nothing was returned, my bank now on the case.

  2. Daniel ofosu Boamah's Gravatar Daniel ofosu Boamah
    November 4, 2010 at 6:56 am | Permalink

    I joined joined swipe auctions about two months ago and upon registration, i realised £105 ( hundred and five pounds) has been taking out of my account.
    I contacted them and was told it is a one registration fee “which wasn,t clear at the time of sign up”.
    I told them was no longer interested in becoming a member so requested for a refund. I filled all the necessary paper work and mailed it to them.
    After 5weeks, i was told that i qualify for the refund and that my money should be
    in my account within 6 to 10 days.
    Two weeks later, i contacted them as the money wasn’t there and was told that, they can not refund any money as the company is shutting down.

  3. Toni970103's Gravatar Toni970103
    November 4, 2010 at 10:03 am | Permalink

    I was promised a refund from this company…I even have all the confirmation numbers. I jumped through all the hoops and waited over a month and a half for the process to end, and now they tell me they will not give it to me because they are shutting down. Does anyone have any ideas on how I can get my $$ back? I saved all the chat and made copies of all the paperwork I mailed to them. I can’t believe how low some people can sink to make a buck.

    • November 26, 2010 at 10:15 pm | Permalink

      I was promised the same thing since 10/3/10, did all the paperwork, call backs and even the live chats. I have been documenting as well, but a little further. I am not sure if I should response on the web about this but sent a message to this web writer to assist further. Keep in touch.

    • disaksen's Gravatar disaksen
      December 23, 2010 at 3:46 pm | Permalink

      Any of you that have been SCAMMed by Swipe Auction or any of the other penney auction type sites can DISPUTE any charges placed on your Credit Cards or Debit Cards by contacting the bank that issues the card and letting them know you want to DISPUTE the charges.

      In the case of Swipe Auctions, sites like this and the huge number of disputed charges placed against them have caused them to go out of business. I’m pretty sure the SCAMMER’s involved in putting Swipe Auctions online have probably just closed down their Swipe Auction site, and will be opening the same SCAM up under a different name. At any rate, it was great to hear from my bank that the charges placed on my credit card by Swipe Auctions will be refunded as soon as their 60 day Dispute Resolution time period has expired.


  4. eric's Gravatar eric
    December 15, 2010 at 7:44 pm | Permalink

    Yes…You did take a lot of money from me. The Canada home locations does not have a record of my account, but I received messages from the CO US site that do see me as a member. I am “gold member” but Canada cannot find me? I cannot believe how this site works with people and taking their money.

  5. kinda's Gravatar kinda
    December 27, 2011 at 1:54 am | Permalink

    Beware here, you win 250 bids for 2,00 with your free start up bids, then you pay for them , but what you dont see is your signing into a contract, your joining a members site.
    60.00 is taken from you monthly.
    it cost 28.00 to get out of this 3 month contract.they are compleat robbers, i got in touch 5 mins after i realised what had happened and still i had to pay up. its a huge big con. dont join, dont get suckd in .

  6. david786's Gravatar david786
    March 24, 2012 at 1:39 am | Permalink

    One of the most troubling concerns of today’s economy is the possibility of internet-fraud. If anybody plan to buy a car, machinery, instrument, electronics, or anything from an exporter in Japan, it is strongly recommend for buyer’s own safety to check any Japanese website or company’s status under the “Japan Company Trust Organization” which is an anti-fraud organization in Japan. This Organization has close connection with Japanese police, and all fraud-attempts are immediately reported to Japanese Police Department. JCTO (Japan Company Trust Organization) watch each firm to make sure that any Japanese company that passes their scrutiny will not victimize any customer. JCTO verify the company’s profile including registration, license, physical address confirmation, and company’s previous record. Companies with criminal record are not eligible for registration. Since Japanese companies are respected for their honesty, fraudulent take advantage of this image of Japanese enterprises. Please warn all companies and individuals DO NOT remit money to any so-called Japanese company without verification at “Japan Company Trust Organization. As a courtesy, please spread this message to as many as possible forums and mass-media to help others to avoid falling victim of fraudulent.

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