|Ushaji.org Ushaji Vedic Psyhic Pyshic Fraud, Pyshic Sweat House charges more than agreed upon!!! Internet, California |
|29th of Dec, 2010 by User236886 |
|She pretends to run an .org and will never donate a PENNY FOR A CAUSE!|
Not only was this lady rude but she was wrong in all her predictions. Her appointment timing is off and she has multiple receptionists (making a lot of money are we?). She does NOT want to help you she wants your MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! She overcharged me $100! Who the heck would charge someone so much by the hour if they want to help them.
|This company offered a free trial of weight loss pills in a UK national newspaper. The trial offer was for a month's supply of Beri Ultimate pro pills at a total cost of 2.95 inc. P&P. Insofar as I was aware these were the terms of the offer which I paid for with a bank debit card. I received an acknowlegement for my order by email notifying me that this transaction would appear on my bank account statement under the description of E-health. The pills duly arrived and a debit was made to my bank account on July 20th 2011. All appeared fine and dandy until I later checked my bank account and found that a further debit of 69.95 had been made on 16th August 2011 which I had not authorised. This money had been taken by www.e-Healthweb.com. To add further insult to injury my bank had added a further 1.50 debit card charges presumably for a dollar transaction of $104.93 which translates to 69.95 in real money. On questioning this transaction with the bank teller I was told that this sort of scam was not unknown to the banking fraternity. On telephoning the UK 0207-084-4081 several times and being deliberately put on hold and kept waiting for several minutes I did eventually manage to speak to a call centre person representing the company. After being told that I had signed up to a trial programme which entitled the company to debit my account to the tune of a further $104.93 on a monthly basis. I categorically stated that I had made no such undertaking and that my entire remit was for a total amount of 2.95. I asked for the UK address of their company so that I could report it to UK Trading Standards. This was not forthcoming but I managed to otain a 15 digit RMA code to attach to my return package containing the trial sample of pills upon receipt of which the company would refund my monies in total. I have today packaged the pills and returned them to the above Clearwater address in Florida at a cost of 2.07 and await the outcome. I am less than optimistic as to the outcome. As a further safeguard I have cancelled my debit card and requested a replacement from my bank. This should prevent any further unauthorised withdrawals from my account. I am also contacting Trading Standards in the UK because this scam was perpetrated under the auspices of a UK national daily paper. Will keep you posted on further developments.|
|His philosophy - and the reason he says he offers the class - is that revenge is a healthy cure for anger. "A great way to get it out of your system is to plan to get even, " he said. "You can go to sleep with a smile on your face because that person is going to wish they never met you."|
Some students at a recent class looked determined to follow that advice. One was a bearded man who would say only that he wanted to hire some women to help him humiliate someone who had done him wrong. Another was a wild-eyed woman who complained of losing a lot of sleep and some of her sanity from living over an unrepentantly noisy restaurant. Three women in the back row, apparently more light-hearted types, insisted they were taking the class as a lark, but their eyes lit up at suggestions on how to settle scores with ex-beaus.
None of the students was willing to reveal a name.
Tops on Seldon's list for getting revenge is printing up posters or handbills, which he says are largely protected under freedom of speech laws, denouncing the offender. Stick to the facts and use only descriptions such as "screwball" - which he contends is libel-proof because no one can say what it means. Whether a judge or jury would agree with his legal interpretation is, well, subject to interpretation.
He also offers a list of insults to be spat out at the deserving and the telephone number of a company that sells the malodorous chemical for clearing a building in seconds. And he suggests planting tidbits about business rivals in local gossip columns--truthful tidbits, presumably, to avoid libel laws--or informing authorities if someone cheats a bit on his or her taxes.
Send every stitch of an unworthy mate's clothing to the dry cleaner - particularly one across town. Complain to the sanitation department about recycling at your apartment building and even the most tidy landlord is likely to get slapped with a fine.
Seldon says he emphasizes revenge that stays on this side of the law. Letter bombs are out, sending pizza deliveries is a no-no and signing someone up for junk mail is taboo. No changing someone's door or drawer locks and no smearing a windshield with petroleum jelly either. And that malodorous chemical? Hmmm...
|Master Deepak Ji the chuthia had has web site hacked by his own employee he tried to molest, th eweb site was hacked for over 60 dyas under "News update" with a shocking expose on his filandering, whoring, chuth marouing, bibi chori and fake astrological readings, if he can't see this how can he help you? he can't as he is a TABLA player who is a CHARLATAN and CHUTH MASTER !!!|
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