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UPDATE (9/6): Sounds like the bank is going to reverse the transaction. I dont know if its a reimbursement or reversal.. i hope it gets yanked from this bank account. Anyway, thank you guys for the support. It helped a lot.submitted by Temporary-Papaya-627 to trees [link] [comments]
EDIT: Looking closer i found what should have been the first red flag. Facebook, Instagram, and Pintrest links do not link to profiles... just the services' home pages.
EDIT2: fuuck me. Red flag #2 should have been the fact that the link at the bottom of their website sends you to a site for printing fake passports.. go check it out.. click on their company name at the very botom..
tl;dr: Purchased cannabis from a website online that fooled me, and i called em out on it before they got round #2 of money out of me.
posting under a new account because.. well these guys are scumbags.. just want to stay away.
Honestly, if this is a legit company and the scam is going on somewhere downstream.. or perhaps this store owner is getting scammed by these delivery "agencies"? I dont know. all i do know is that i called about 5 different google voice numbers that all went to the same guy who tried to cover up his accent with a bad impression of like an asian gangsta.. talks really deep and lots of bro's... at one point i asked if he was working out of nigeria or maybe india or something which pissed him off so much that he dropped the fake accent for a second!! and of course i called him out on that too.
OH, and the package mysteriously did NOT get shipped the first time i ordered... had to call back like a week later and... "oooh sorry bro, its still sitting at my agency.. im gonna go get it right now and personally deliver it overnight, its on us bro... we messed up.. sorry" im paraphrasing really, but fuck, who cares these guys pissed me off.
but i mean Stamps?? its clever that they called them stamps because it makes it REALLY hard to google anything about them.. try googling USPS stamp scam
his website said it took visa/mastercard and... bitcoin.. but being a bitcoin guy, and usually able to sniff out a scam i was interested.. i didnt have the coin in a spot that was easy to get to, so we settled on the cash app? looking back i dont know why i thought that was not a red flag.. but.. its weed... its newly legal all over the place.... people are still figuring out how to sell it online... etc.. etc.. (oh, im in california)
anyway, am i just high? wtf...I dont know..
It doesnt look like i can post screenshots here. Basically i was going to post a screenshot of the email they sent, trying to blackmailing me for $400. Otherwise "the authorities will open the box and discover the contents". They called this $400 a customs stamp.
edit: i dont think any personal information is below.. but there are a couple of phone numbers for them.. maybe we could get a hundred thousand people to text them or something.
edit2: He has a live chat thing on his website. We chatted and negotiated prices and he made me feel like it was more legit i guess. i didnt just click add to cart and buy now on some cheap website.. it all looked legit. check it out, show me what on that website is fishy. really though.. because i missed it.
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