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How desperate & low can you get


Mick Denovo

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So I contacted a massage TS worker by name of Ruby.

I asked her for what she did & didn’t do etc & explaining what I wanted.
She then asked as a pact of trust could I send $50 as to confirm I wasn’t wasting her time on phone. I was hesitant at first, but having asked her if it would be refunded if I had to cancel booking later, she said “yes I have built a long honest network of clients & I’m here for the long run blah blah blah”

ok so I did send & all seemed fine, but as it would be I had a personal set back & let her know with enough time that I couldn’t make the booking.

Guess what? She refused to refund $50.
What is wrong with these people? $50 is nothing but seriously why dirty your reputation over a lousy $50? I tried texting, asking for it back but she refuses.
It annoys me that 1st i was dumb enough to trust her. 2d she is desperate, pathetic & low to keep $50

part of me wants to pursue it for the principal & then another tells me to walk away & live & learn. Any thoughts? 

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Tappertit

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No real way to pursue it. You could report her for fraud.

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Mick Denovo

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Not sure how motivated the fraud squad will get for $50

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wicked

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Maybe read this first next time?

 

 

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Mick Denovo

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My God! Well ye I kinda thought that.

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Reallyjustsomeguy

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Getting scammed is never OK, regardless of how bizarre it is to me that you would want to see this TS massage worker called Ruby badly enough to pay a deposit. Sorry it happened to you! 

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Mick Denovo

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Thanks I appreciate it. Really disappointing. Live & learn at this stage. Thanks 

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flash23

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Just never send a deposit. There's zero benefits for you. You are not getting a refund so move on. 

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AndrewAU

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You're lucky it was only $50.  Some scams cost thousands to those who fall for them.

In your case, the $50 was the price of the education to not send money to anyone you have not done business with before.

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