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We were ripped off $550

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He's selling Los Angeles dodger tickets that he does not have he ripped me and my sister off for $550. He keeps reposting I keep reflagging and he's allowed to continue to do it this man should be blocked. And there's another one named Nate better ripping people off there needs to be a way to stop this. Don't buy any tickets on Craigslist
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we were using them for lead generation. We payed $33 per lead. Basically, about 50% of the leads that they sent us, when called said that the contact doesnt work there and they have no idea why 100 people are calling them trying to sell them stuff. When we contacted they asked "why we were so upset about $33" when we told them A. that it is fraud, and b. if i were to sell someone something but not deliver on it it is FRAUD. C. its not just $33 we counted 8 leads in 2 months alone totaling over $250 that were fraudulent they replied that they would not issue a credit. needless to say we cancelled our account and are debating pursuing this matter further. And besides that, most of the leads that actually get me to a person are not really leads. I would say we would get 1 true lead for every 20-30. Just want to steer anyone else away from making the same mistake we did.
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Found the same thing to be true. 30 leads and all but 1 were legitimate. Were not delivering quality leads and false claims of delivering quality leads.

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