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HyperSignal.net

Discussion in 'Scam Alerts' started by Wissam_58, Oct 2, 2011.

  1. Wissam_58

    Wissam_58 Recruit

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    Thieves!!

    Owner suddenly disappeared, never replied to emails.

    At least another one more customer of HyperSignal was ripped off (chatted with him)

    So far we have not gotton our money/refund back.

    Last time we received signal was on Sep 16th, 2011.


    Tried to reach owner through his emails, he never answers after the above date.


    The service itself was too poor, many traders lost money due to poorly analyzed signals.

    All BEWARE.



    EDIT: Founder's name as per emails received while service was on: 'Mohamed Rabea'
     
  2. Pharaoh

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    How did you pay for the service? Some payment methods permit disputes.
     
  3. Wissam_58

    Wissam_58 Recruit

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    Thru "alert pay"
     
  4. Livius

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    me too

    Hello,

    I am also in the same boat. I trusted the guy, he seemed decent, we had some chat together so, after the first 30 days free, with the promise of a 60 days full refund, my card was billed thru Plimus.

    But then on Sept. 16th the guy disappeared completely, signal service stopped, chat room was locked and he did not respond to my emails.
    He stills advertise his service at: HyperSignal.Net - Forex Signals Free Trial

    but given the way he behave.... it is a SCAM!

    what to do?
    Livius
     
  5. Pharaoh

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    Complain to Plimus.
    Complain to the issuing bank for the credit card.
    Complain to AlertPay (might be pointless, but worth a shot.
     

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