Dangerous Con artist. They have no terms until your item arrives then they need your bank statement and your credit card info via fax. No terms of this nature are listed on their website, until your item arrives. Then all of a sudden I can no longer log into the account. And my item is with them. You call the number and it sounds like someone”s private residence. I suspect that they bought their Facebook Fan base to make them look legitimate. What they are doing no one really knows. But no company ask for your ID, your Bank statement, just to post you a parcel.! The FCC customer services warns against this kind of company. because policies must be clear. This old con of “this is company policy” can be used to crush the consumers rights, if you are not aware–which they are hoping for. So they have your ID, they have your address and then they have your credit card information!
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