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|11th of Sep, 2011 by User627922 |
|Cardflex payment solutions KEPT THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS! It's been over a year! THEY REFUSE TO RELEASE THE MONEY!|
How do they get to keep it? BECAUSE THEY ARE BOGUS COMPANY!!!! THEY GET YOU TO SIGN " MERCHANT AGREEMENT" when you sign on with them Then? They process your payments BUT don't release it So? So you think that they will release " soon" perhaps Why?Year passes and MONEY NEVER GETS RELEASED How can CardFlex Payment Solutions do that? Because they can! How? Because you signed their contract, the merchant agreement and didn't bother to read the fine print. What does it mean? YOU CAN SAY GOODBYE TO YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY that CardFlex processed for you. But how can that be? Well! Contract is a legal document, once you sign it, you sign it! So? So make your own choice when you look for a merchant company So Does it mean CardFlex Payment Solutions is fraud? What do you, potential CardFlex customer, think? Call all merchant companies and NOT ONE OF THEM WILL CHARGE THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS for " cancellation" of the account. They will charge ew hundred dollars perhaps BUT NEVER THOUSANDS. How much did CardFlex want for " cancellation fee" ? OVER $ 20.000.00 How much of our money did they keep and never released UNDER THEIR CANCELLATION POLICY CLAUSE OF THEIR CONTRACT? Over $ 20.000.00!!!! Sounds great yeah? What a great way for fraud ACH merchant companies to make money, huh? THEY REFUSE TO GIVE BACK MONEY! ATTENTION!!! ATTENTION!!! CARDFLEX AS OF TODAY HAS OVER $ 20,000.00 It's been a year! THEY KEPT IT AS " CANCELLATION FEE". Who canceled who? They did!
|Along with all of its positives, the Internet allows dangerous people to post false claims against good people and companies—and to do so anonymously. That’s what we believe has happened here. |
Despite several attempts to work with this anonymous poster, CardFlex has been unable to even identify the poster or the company he/she claims to represent. Instead, we get occasional emails that read like ransom notes. The notes make bizarre accusations, demand varied sums of money, and offer no information to work from. “Don't ask me to call, ” the poster emailed us this morning. “Don't ask the name of the company.”
That makes it difficult to fix anything, of course. And now the anonymous poster has threatened to expand his/her attacks to include the very employees who have offered to help.
The anonymous poster has the phone numbers and emails of the several CardFlex managers who have offered assistance. We remain ready to resolve this issue.
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