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GUILTY Case# 2011-022 | dorong100 vs www.fantasydreamteam.com

Discussion in 'Guilty Verdicts' started by dorong100, Mar 2, 2011.

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Based on the available evidence, do you believe that FantasyDreamTeam is guilty?

Poll closed Mar 20, 2011.
  1. Guilty

    55 vote(s)
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  2. Not Guilty

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. Galina_K

    Galina_K Private, 1st Class

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    Sorry to mention it,
    but you are completely wrong about credit card and paypal.
    ( plimus is different but the scammer sold the useless 2%dailyEA via paypal only)

    I paid with paypal and on the paypal - payment site with the attached Visa Credit Card.

    Swaby refused to honor his 100%satisfaction and money-back guarantee as usual.

    Visa refused to give the 500 Dollars back. I tried 3 times with all documentation from which everybody can see that Swaby is a fraudster, but Visa officials wrote me that according to their policy, the payments are final.
    They defend the scammer and don´t help the victim.

    The same applies to Paypal.
    They will not help you. You can present them as much evidence as you want.
    I have personal experience in another case with them.
    They support only the thief and refuse to help the victim.

    Swaby knows this and bragged with it to another victim.

    The only reason why Swaby refunded my 500 Dollars was ForexPeaceArmy with this traders court.
    At that time he decided that he rather would not destroy his reputation completely and only because of the immense pressure he paid.

    Since then he decided that FPA does not matter and he will ignore court cases.

    The only cure for this scammer is the police and a judge.
    I hope that at least one victim will take the hassle and act accordingly.
     
  2. marjiemiller

    marjiemiller Private, 1st Class

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    I believe the legal term is theft by fraud

    I believe the legal term is theft by fraud. I'm sure with all the individual FPA court case evidence, this Richard "Swaby" will be arrested and going to jail. Read the FBI definition of fraud at FBI — Common Fraud Schemes, and file an internet fraud complaint with the FBI at Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) | Home . You'll be doing everyone a favor.
    :confused:
     
  3. Galina_K

    Galina_K Private, 1st Class

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    marjiemiller,
    I agree 100% that Swaby is a fraudster.
    He is stealing money from his victims.

    What I have no knowledge about is the legal side in regards to the FBI.
    Since Swaby seems to live in England and the FBI is only for USA,
    I am not sure if the FBI will do something.

    Maybe the FBI will act if an US citizen files a complaint ?

    If somebody would clarify this for me (us) , I would be thankfull.

    On the FBI website I found this:
    Although they don´t answer my question, those two answers implicate that only cases
    which involve at least one party located within the United States can be filed.

    That excludes us Europeans but I hope there is a british or european agency like the FBI
    which allows to file a complaint against Swaby and will stop and punish him.
     
    #13 Galina_K, Mar 16, 2011
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  4. Teodor Jackson

    Teodor Jackson Sergeant

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    Both Visa and PayPal are only transaction platforms.
    They don't defend anyone, they only care about their business.
    Not matter what Swaby did, the transaction is valid a this level - money were transferred from one account to another.
    They don't take any responsibility for other people decisions.
    So no point to accuse them for siding with scammers.

    Clickbank and Plymus work completely different. This is different type of brokerage as a matter of fact.

    Don't buy anything if it's not protected by trustful third party.
    I bough a number of EAs through Clickbank in 2009 - every one proved just a crap and I got full refund for every single one.
    Some vendors tried to play tricks but it was just enough to ask Clickbank (not the vendor) quoting the vendor guarantee promise.
     
  5. Galina_K

    Galina_K Private, 1st Class

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    In fact they side with scammers.
    It is their policy and scammers like Swaby know this ( he bragged about it when another victim tried to get the money via Paypal ).

    Visa and Paypal defined their terms exactly this way, nobody forced them to create a safe haven for scammers.

    Visa and Paypal could have written their terms and regulations like this:
    " If the client provides evidence of fraud, the payment will be not be released to the vendor within x period of time but will be booked back to the victim .

    If a vendor wants to fight for the money, he has to take legal action in a civil court against the customer. Visa (or Paypal) will not be involved in such a dispute and not responsible for the outcome. "

    With such regulations, would you agree that Swaby and scammers like him would use Visa or Paypal for payments ?

    Visa and Paypal would not be a safe haven for criminals one second after they changed their regulations in such a manner.

    Why don´t they choose to take sides for the victims instead of defending and protecting the scammer ?
     
  6. Albert.b

    Albert.b Sergeant

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    Never buy any type of software via PayPal - period!

    The PayPal guarantee will not cover a product if it has been delivered!

    As soon as you download, it has been delivered!

    Just a point, when a vendor sells via ClickBank, it is ClickBank guaranteeing the return of your money.

    The vendor is not allowed to use their own guarentee terms, so your money is safe!
     

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