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Visamasterpay.com
visamasterpay.com bought supposedly
2nd of May, 2011 by User253032
was looking for some "red bottom" shoes from christian louboutin for cheap. now, i know it's impossible to find red bottom shoes for 130 dollars, but the site really had me fooled. it looked really legit. and before i made my purchase, i looked at the bottom of the page to see if they have security certificates and legitmate security copyright updates...it had all of that (after making my purchase, i later took another look at the security banners below the site, and realized that they copied and pasted the McAfee and BBB label onto their site to fool people into thinking that it's a legit place to shop). so i was thinking to myself "okay, so may they are legit!" so i put in my information, and i realized that as i was putting in my credit card info, the site address didn't have "https://" on it. but i was thinking that maybe it wasn't really needed. so they forwarded me to this website called visamasterpay, i put in all my credit card info, and pressed send. when i got the confirmation email, it was in broken english; and the email contact address was from a HOTMAIL account. that right there, was a red flag. then they left two phone numbers to call. one went straight to voicemail, with this retarded guy who LITERALLY sounded like he was a deaf guy trying to talk, saying "YOU'VE....REACHED...BOB N BETTY. WE'RE NOT ABLE TO COME T-T-T-TO THE PH-PHONE RIGHT NOW. please...leave a message...AT THE TONE" and it wasn't even a 1800 or 1866 number. the number looked like a home phone number. the second number they listed in the email, just kept ringing and ringing forever, until you just give up and realize that no one is ever going to answer. i know i'm never going to even recieve those so called shoes. my suggestion?? never EVER put your credit card info onto a website that sells high end stuff for cheap. because chances are: it's too good to be true. just be careful. if you want something that you know is expensive, wait till the actual MERCHANT of that brand says it's on sale(i.e. Apple, UGG, Louboutin, Jordans, etc.), or go to a website that is trusted and known to be legit(amazon, ebay, etc). just be careful.

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