Victim of Fraud? Call the FTC!

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We’ve posted before that if you’ve been a victim of fraud by way of a penny auction scam to report the site to the FTC via the FtcComplaintAssistant.gov, well just recently we heard a radio ad which said consumers could call the FTC to report fraud as well, the number is 1800-FTC-HELP. Please note: don’t just call the FTC to report a site if you don’t win, but if you have enough information to suggest that the site has unfairly ripped you off, i.e. shill bidding, failure to ship items, etc. Feel free to ask questions too in our forum before you report to see if others have had a similar experience.

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  • InIt2WinIt September 27, 2010, 4:24 am

    Pretty useful to have that number. I find reading the right places such as this site and a couple of others is a good indication of whats a legit site and what smells of scammers.

    Expecially the copycat sites. Those ones just look bad from the getgo. If they cant even come up with their own design, how can they be legit?

    Like midpenny.com. Looks like an exact copy of beezid with some changes here and there.

    So I figure another good indication is if you come across a copycat site, stay away. There are plenty of legit penny auction sites out there. Just have to read about penny auction information on sites like this. If you google it, you will find that pretty much all of them have 'scam' associated to them, and thats not entirely true.

    The length of time a penny auction site has been up there and running smoothly is also another thing you might want to look at.

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    • Amanda September 28, 2010, 2:44 am

      Thanks for your tips and thoughts, I'm glad you like PAW! Join our forum! http://PennyAuctionForum.com

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    • Jonathan Smith October 24, 2010, 3:10 am

      MidPenny.com is not a copycat site. I am the owner. We were playing with new scripts and we have finally found the one we will stick with. We have proven our name and our site. We are honest and have lots of user reviews to prove it. I am one of the most honest people you will ever meet.

      I hope to see you all at MidPenny.com

      Reply
  • lala October 1, 2010, 6:11 am

    has anyone else had problems with 100dollardreams.com. they have shut down and in august advised that our paypal accounts woud be refunded. this has yet to happen.

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