Published on November 21st, 2010 | by Charlie Wright0
Review: Cybercode Worldwide
One reader says:
“I bought an eBay Course from them last November, reduced from $997 to 397. I paid by credit card through safe server. When you have paid and you pass through the system they send you to a dead link.
They give a contact e-mail which is either returned as un-deliverable or they don’t reply. They have an answer phone which they don’t reply to.
I have lost my $397.”
This is really bad behaviour, in my opinion. And I’d like to think that they simply had a bad customer services day. But I hear that one of the traders who put a testimonial on their website has withdrawn her support because she knows they are ripping people off.
Yet they’ve ignored her pleas to remove her words from their site.
I’ve checked around myself and it looks like a few people have lost money this way.
This one just about sums it up:
“I ordered an online book from this company about selling on eBay. There was a ‘Rock-solid, You Can’t Lose, Iron-clad Guarantee.’ It stated ‘If at any time you aren’t absolutely convinced that you’re on to something real. Just sent it back for a ‘no questions asked’ refund. If you’re not delighted I promise an immediate 100% refund.
I got the book, read it, and it was nothing but hype and worthless junk I could have gotten free a dozen different placed. 2 weeks after purchase I requested a refund. I got a response back 2 weeks later, saying I had to print out and snail mail a refund request to get my ‘immediate refund.’
I did this and then nothing. No refund, no email, no communication of any kind. I wrote again in early December again asking for my refund. Got nothing, not even the courtesy of a response.”
So PLEASE give these guys a miss. AVOID!