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Mar 17, 2012


Ok, so I ordered some products and it showed about 85 dollars at the checkout. But instead they charged me more than 200 dollars for I don’t know what. This is a theft!! And if you want to get customer support you actually have to agree not to get a refund – that’s one of the terms! Unbelievable scam!

Feb 12, 2020

Computechnologies - Fraud Operation Of Different Color

This website based operation seeks to create wealth by selling you something, requesting that you read through paragraph after paragraph of unbelievable transaction stipulations, harassing you with email warnings about disputing your transaction with them, making you wait so long for what you've purchased that you have no choice but dispute the transaction, and then send you a letter from the "ISO Legal Department" accusing you of criminal behavior for disputing the transaction. They take advantage of the fact that most people will not read to that length. In those terms it spells out that you agree to have no recourse to their bad behavior. They will delay shipping so long that in order not to dispute the transaction you must decide to just risk the loss of your funds. Then when the item shows after an entirely too long wait, if you've disputed the transaction and you then drop the dispute, they follow up with the legal letter demanding you to pay restitution or face criminal charges for filing a "false" claim. If you check the Better Business Bureau you'll see other addresses for their business, neither of which can be used to successfully contact them. The address in this post is where they want their "victim fees" sent. They absolutely should be tracked down and charged with criminal activity. It's unfortunate that someone hasn't gotten them indicted and shut down already for this type of business behavior.

Here's some additional contact information buried on their site:

[email protected]

Nov 22, 2020

Total Lies By BS Artists

First off, total bunch of lies. Because of all the BS fraud buyers are trying to pull, there is no one that is allowed to buy $200 worth of merchandise. So right there thats a lie you bs artist! Obviously you dont know how to read. This moron says thinks he's going to get $200 of items for $85 and cant read the word shipping and total. The prices are clearly stated, you think your going to steal $200 of items for $85 and refuse to pay for shipping while everyone else sells the item for 10x more. You dont like the price go some place else. But this asshole has to write a negative comment due to their overall stupidity.

As far as the moron from the February 2020 comment, we dont send out collection letters unless you did something to try to steal from our company. You dont even bother to put anything you did to warrant that action, you just want to display your one sided BS story without the real truth. Idiots like you cant read things that are displayed 10x infront of your face. You contact your credit card company, purposely lie to them, thats bank fraud!, and make up some BS story. Why would anyone waste their time if they cant prove their case in court, obviously if you got the letter, there's enough evidence to convict your sorry ass for exactly what you tried to do, steal form the company and violate a legal agreement. The terms are clearly stated, and your told point blank, read them and if you dont agree to them go elsewhere - but no morons like you think you can do whatever you want, commit bank fraud, petty larcency and be in possession of stolen merchandise. Go back to school, learn how to read and actual read what is sent to you 100 times not to mention, it tells you if you read the policies, and you click on yes. If you dont like the policies go some place else. You got the letter point blank because you tried to steal from the company.

Post your name, and we'll make you look like the thief you are. But no your nothing but chicken crap, to slander a company and tell a bs story. Why dont you tell exactly what you did, and the lies you told your credit card company.

Jun 1, 2021

Merchant Is Correct

The merchant is right, how many times do we have to deal with people trying to play their games. Buyers are the real thieves. They will purposely lie to justify why they file fraud disputes. They will file disputes like non receipt just to steal the item. They will buy the product on the 1st of the month, and by the 5th you have a chargeback from some crook telling their credit card company they'd expected the item on the 2nd. They have no documented proof of anything but their lies. It happens all the time, buyers will sound like the victim with their made up stories, because they know they dont have to supply any proof because the only person's money and product is at a loss is the merchant and no other. Its the buyer, their bank, and the merchant's own processor vs. them. So if the crook is being hit with a collections letter, then the merchant has more than enough proof to send the crook to jail. The buyer has to prove that the claims of the merchant are false and if not, its jail time and fines in the thousands of dollars. If the merchant can prove it and the buyer doesnt, then its mail order fraud plain and simple and the buyer can land in jail for 6 months to a year.

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