Statistics
( 233 Reports by 226 Users against 207 Entities )

December 2019
Total Posts = 0


November 2019
Total Posts = 0


October 2019
Total Posts = 0


September 2019
Total Posts = 0


August 2019
Total Posts = 0


July 2019
Total Posts = 0


June 2019
Total Posts = 0


May 2019
Total Posts = 1
Activity = 1 Posts against 1 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (1),
Maximum Posts = 1 by adeelmir in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against BEST BUY CO INC RICHARDS DAVID MATTHEW in this month

April 2019
Total Posts = 0


March 2019
Total Posts = 1
Activity = 1 Posts against 1 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (1),
Maximum Posts = 1 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Dr Khan Raza in this month

February 2019
Total Posts = 0


January 2019
Total Posts = 0


December 2018
Total Posts = 0


November 2018
Total Posts = 0


October 2018
Total Posts = 0


September 2018
Total Posts = 5
Activity = 5 Posts against 5 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (2), Spam Messaging (3),
Maximum Posts = 4 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Engr Abelardo Fernandez in this month

August 2018
Total Posts = 1
Activity = 1 Posts against 1 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (1),
Maximum Posts = 1 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Nice Elinushoka in this month

July 2018
Total Posts = 0


June 2018
Total Posts = 10
Activity = 10 Posts against 10 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Blackmailing Tactics (2), Financial Losses (2), Fraudulent Representation (2), Ignorance (1), Lack of Due Diligence (1), Marketing Lies (1), Spam Messaging (1),
Maximum Posts = 10 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Abbas Makkah in this month

May 2018
Total Posts = 12
Activity = 12 Posts against 12 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Breach of Contract (3), Financial Losses (1), Fraudulent Representation (1), Hurt Emotionally (1), Identity Theft (1), Illegal Acts (2), Indifference (1), Lack of Due Diligence (1), Spam Messaging (1),
Maximum Posts = 11 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Apple in this month

April 2018
Total Posts = 1
Activity = 1 Posts against 1 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Indifference (1),
Maximum Posts = 1 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Shaheen Air International in this month

March 2018
Total Posts = 1
Activity = 1 Posts against 1 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Indifference (1),
Maximum Posts = 1 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Samsung in this month

February 2018
Total Posts = 1
Activity = 1 Posts against 1 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Ignorance (1),
Maximum Posts = 1 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Arab Open University in this month

January 2018
Total Posts = 0


December 2017
Total Posts = 1
Activity = 1 Posts against 1 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Illegal Acts (1),
Maximum Posts = 1 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Ian Christopher McMullen in this month

November 2017
Total Posts = 0


October 2017
Total Posts = 20
Activity = 20 Posts against 20 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Blackmailing Tactics (1), Breach of Contract (1), Financial Losses (2), Fraudulent Representation (3), Illegal Acts (3), Marketing Lies (1), Misrepresentation (2), Spam Messaging (7),
Maximum Posts = 8 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Florin Pavelescu in this month

September 2017
Total Posts = 4
Activity = 4 Posts against 4 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Breach of Contract (1), Financial Losses (1), Marketing Lies (1), Misrepresentation (1),
Maximum Posts = 2 by LittleWhistle in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Aliexpress in this month

August 2017
Total Posts = 10
Activity = 10 Posts against 10 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Breach of Contract (1), Financial Losses (1), Hacked Systems (1), Harassment (2), Hurt Emotionally (1), Lack of Due Diligence (1), Spam Messaging (3),
Maximum Posts = 9 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Ad Financeira in this month

July 2017
Total Posts = 9
Activity = 9 Posts against 9 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Financial Losses (1), Fraudulent Representation (2), Harassment (1), Illegal Acts (1), Lack of Due Diligence (1), Marketing Lies (2), Spam Messaging (1),
Maximum Posts = 4 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against DHL in this month

June 2017
Total Posts = 15
Activity = 15 Posts against 15 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Blackmailing Tactics (2), Breach of Contract (1), Financial Losses (2), Fraudulent Representation (1), Hacked Systems (2), Hurt Emotionally (1), Ignorance (1), Illegal Acts (1), Lack of Due Diligence (1), Spam Messaging (3),
Maximum Posts = 15 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Aleksandar Vucic in this month

May 2017
Total Posts = 76
Activity = 76 Posts against 73 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Blackmailing Tactics (2), Breach of Contract (4), Financial Losses (13), Fraudulent Representation (12), Hacked Systems (2), Harassment (4), Hurt Emotionally (4), Hurt Physically (1), Ignorance (3), Illegal Acts (5), Indifference (5), Lack of Due Diligence (7), Marketing Lies (8), Misrepresentation (2), Spam Messaging (4),
Maximum Posts = 38 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 4 against Paypal in this month

April 2017
Total Posts = 0


March 2017
Total Posts = 3
Activity = 3 Posts against 3 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Breach of Contract (1), Fraudulent Representation (2),
Maximum Posts = 3 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Looks like Apple and PayPal in this month

February 2017
Total Posts = 8
Activity = 8 Posts against 8 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (3), Illegal Acts (1), Spam Messaging (2), Unsolicited goods (2),
Maximum Posts = 7 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Automattic in this month

January 2017
Total Posts = 6
Activity = 6 Posts against 6 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (2), Spam Messaging (2), Unsolicited goods (2),
Maximum Posts = 5 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Amazon or Not Who knows in this month

December 2016
Total Posts = 3
Activity = 3 Posts against 3 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (3),
Maximum Posts = 2 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Neil Trotter in this month

November 2016
Total Posts = 4
Activity = 4 Posts against 4 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Financial Losses (1), Hacked Systems (1), Lack of Due Diligence (1), Spam Messaging (1),
Maximum Posts = 4 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Bahria Town in this month

October 2016
Total Posts = 3
Activity = 3 Posts against 3 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Hacked Systems (1), Spam Messaging (2),
Maximum Posts = 3 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Godaddy in this month

September 2016
Total Posts = 5
Activity = 5 Posts against 5 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Indifference (1), Spam Messaging (4),
Maximum Posts = 5 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Barrister Jackson WestlawI in this month

August 2016
Total Posts = 6
Activity = 6 Posts against 6 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Financial Losses (1), Fraudulent Representation (1), Ignorance (1), Spam Messaging (3),
Maximum Posts = 6 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against ABIKE/DOLPHIN IMMIGRATION LAW CHAMBERS in this month

July 2016
Total Posts = 7
Activity = 7 Posts against 6 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Blackmailing Tactics (1), Breach of Contract (1), Ignorance (1), Marketing Lies (4),
Maximum Posts = 7 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 2 against SAMBA BANK in this month

June 2016
Total Posts = 3
Activity = 3 Posts against 3 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Ignorance (1), Indifference (1), Lack of Due Diligence (1),
Maximum Posts = 3 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Egyptair in this month

May 2016
Total Posts = 7
Activity = 7 Posts against 7 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (1), Hurt Physically (1), Identity Theft (1), Ignorance (1), Indifference (3),
Maximum Posts = 6 by Anonymous in this month
Maximum Posts = 1 against Bahria Town in this month

April 2016
Total Posts = 10
Activity = 10 Posts against 8 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Breach of Contract (1), Financial Losses (1), Fraudulent Representation (1), Illegal Acts (1), Indifference (2), Lack of Due Diligence (2), Marketing Lies (2),
Maximum Posts = 2 by ms1sm in this month
Maximum Posts = 2 against Samba Bank in this month

March 2016
Total Posts = 0


February 2016
Total Posts = 0


January 2016
Total Posts = 0


  2019
Total Posts = 2
Activity = 2 Posts against 2 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Fraudulent Representation (2),
Maximum Posts = 1 by Anonymous in this year
Maximum Posts = 1 against BEST BUY CO INC RICHARDS DAVID MATTHEW in this year

  2018
Total Posts = 31
Activity = 31 Posts against 29 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Blackmailing Tactics (2), Breach of Contract (3), Financial Losses (3), Fraudulent Representation (6), Hurt Emotionally (1), Identity Theft (1), Ignorance (2), Illegal Acts (2), Indifference (3), Lack of Due Diligence (2), Marketing Lies (1), Spam Messaging (5),
Maximum Posts = 29 by Anonymous in this year
Maximum Posts = 2 against GODADDY in this year

  2017
Total Posts = 152
Activity = 152 Posts against 147 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Blackmailing Tactics (5), Breach of Contract (9), Financial Losses (20), Fraudulent Representation (25), Hacked Systems (5), Harassment (7), Hurt Emotionally (6), Hurt Physically (1), Ignorance (4), Illegal Acts (12), Indifference (5), Lack of Due Diligence (10), Marketing Lies (12), Misrepresentation (5), Spam Messaging (22), Unsolicited goods (4),
Maximum Posts = 90 by Anonymous in this year
Maximum Posts = 5 against Paypal in this year

  2016
Total Posts = 48
Activity = 48 Posts against 36 Entities/ Organisations
Concerns = Blackmailing Tactics (1), Breach of Contract (2), Financial Losses (3), Fraudulent Representation (6), Hacked Systems (2), Hurt Physically (1), Identity Theft (1), Ignorance (4), Illegal Acts (1), Indifference (7), Lack of Due Diligence (4), Marketing Lies (6), Spam Messaging (10),
Maximum Posts = 37 by Anonymous in this year
Maximum Posts = 4 against Samba Bank in this year

  Indifference

In 2016 : 15 Members blamed 11 Entities/ Organisations for Indifference

In 2017 : 17 Members blamed 17 Entities/ Organisations for Indifference

In 2018 : 4 Members blamed 4 Entities/ Organisations for Indifference

  Illegal Acts

In 2016 : 9 Members blamed 9 Entities/ Organisations for Illegal Acts

In 2017 : 39 Members blamed 39 Entities/ Organisations for Illegal Acts

In 2018 : 6 Members blamed 6 Entities/ Organisations for Illegal Acts

In 2019 : 1 Members blamed 1 Entities/ Organisations for Illegal Acts

  Lack of Due Diligence

In 2016 : 13 Members blamed 10 Entities/ Organisations for Lack of Due Diligence

In 2017 : 22 Members blamed 22 Entities/ Organisations for Lack of Due Diligence

In 2018 : 12 Members blamed 11 Entities/ Organisations for Lack of Due Diligence

  Marketing Lies

In 2016 : 17 Members blamed 15 Entities/ Organisations for Marketing Lies

In 2017 : 40 Members blamed 38 Entities/ Organisations for Marketing Lies

In 2018 : 6 Members blamed 6 Entities/ Organisations for Marketing Lies

  Financial Losses

In 2016 : 10 Members blamed 9 Entities/ Organisations for Financial Losses

In 2017 : 43 Members blamed 40 Entities/ Organisations for Financial Losses

In 2018 : 8 Members blamed 8 Entities/ Organisations for Financial Losses

  Fraudulent Representation

In 2016 : 20 Members blamed 20 Entities/ Organisations for Fraudulent Representation

In 2017 : 55 Members blamed 54 Entities/ Organisations for Fraudulent Representation

In 2018 : 9 Members blamed 9 Entities/ Organisations for Fraudulent Representation

In 2019 : 2 Members blamed 2 Entities/ Organisations for Fraudulent Representation

  Breach of Contract

In 2016 : 4 Members blamed 4 Entities/ Organisations for Breach of Contract

In 2017 : 15 Members blamed 15 Entities/ Organisations for Breach of Contract

In 2018 : 7 Members blamed 7 Entities/ Organisations for Breach of Contract

  Hurt Physically

In 2016 : 1 Members blamed 1 Entities/ Organisations for Hurt Physically

In 2017 : 2 Members blamed 2 Entities/ Organisations for Hurt Physically

In 2018 : 1 Members blamed 1 Entities/ Organisations for Hurt Physically

  Ignorance

In 2016 : 8 Members blamed 6 Entities/ Organisations for Ignorance

In 2017 : 13 Members blamed 13 Entities/ Organisations for Ignorance

In 2018 : 8 Members blamed 8 Entities/ Organisations for Ignorance

  Identity Theft

In 2016 : 1 Members blamed 1 Entities/ Organisations for Identity Theft

In 2017 : 6 Members blamed 6 Entities/ Organisations for Identity Theft

In 2018 : 3 Members blamed 3 Entities/ Organisations for Identity Theft

  Blackmailing Tactics

In 2016 : 2 Members blamed 2 Entities/ Organisations for Blackmailing Tactics

In 2017 : 8 Members blamed 8 Entities/ Organisations for Blackmailing Tactics

In 2018 : 2 Members blamed 2 Entities/ Organisations for Blackmailing Tactics

  Spam Messaging

In 2016 : 15 Members blamed 14 Entities/ Organisations for Spam Messaging

In 2017 : 54 Members blamed 54 Entities/ Organisations for Spam Messaging

In 2018 : 14 Members blamed 14 Entities/ Organisations for Spam Messaging

In 2019 : 1 Members blamed 1 Entities/ Organisations for Spam Messaging

  Hacked Systems

In 2016 : 4 Members blamed 4 Entities/ Organisations for Hacked Systems

In 2017 : 10 Members blamed 10 Entities/ Organisations for Hacked Systems

In 2018 : 2 Members blamed 2 Entities/ Organisations for Hacked Systems

  Unsolicited goods

In 2017 : 5 Members blamed 5 Entities/ Organisations for Unsolicited goods

  Hurt Emotionally

In 2016 : 1 Members blamed 1 Entities/ Organisations for Hurt Emotionally

In 2017 : 12 Members blamed 12 Entities/ Organisations for Hurt Emotionally

In 2018 : 1 Members blamed 1 Entities/ Organisations for Hurt Emotionally

  Misrepresentation

In 2016 : 10 Members blamed 8 Entities/ Organisations for Misrepresentation

In 2017 : 30 Members blamed 30 Entities/ Organisations for Misrepresentation

In 2018 : 5 Members blamed 5 Entities/ Organisations for Misrepresentation

  Harassment

In 2016 : 1 Members blamed 1 Entities/ Organisations for Harassment

In 2017 : 17 Members blamed 17 Entities/ Organisations for Harassment

In 2018 : 2 Members blamed 2 Entities/ Organisations for Harassment

  Agreed by 3
Anonymous vs PayPal

I was recently informed by a client that money was sent to me via my Paypal account. However, I have not used my account for approximately 18 months, and had lost my password. The email and cellphone number associated with my account are also no longer in use. I had no way of logging into my account.

I browsed the PayPal website extensively to find a way to make contact with someone at Paypal in order to rectify this issue. NO email address is supplied to contact their help desk unless you're logged in. Which I couldn't do. A phone number is supplied which I was instructed to use to 'call as a guest'. The number doesn't work. There is NO WAY for me, an existing client, to log into the Paypal website, and NO WAY to contact anybody at PayPal in order to solve this issue. On the blogs, I could see that I'm not the only person with this type of problem.

The following is what PayPal claims on the landing page of their site: "We've got you covered. We can reimburse you if something’s not right.
Shop with peace of mind..." This, to me, is gross marketing lies of the service they offer - they clearly don't care about their clients. Period.

  Agreed by 2
SOSHIM vs NADRA

I applied for the renewal of POC about six months ago via Australian embassy to the NADRA office in Pakistan and paid urgent fee expecting quick processing and delivery. Still awaiting acknowledgment / renewal of POC.

  Agreed by 2
Anonymous vs Hammond Pole Attorneys and FNB

A year ago I had problems meeting my repayment obligations towards FNB, as I had lost my job.
Spoke with the branch manager and we made an arrangement.
Despite this, my account was still handed over to Hammond Pole Attorneys, who started calling me once a day.
I explained their mistake to them via telephone and got an email address to which I was asked to send a written explanation.
The email address was incorrect and the email bounced. It took almost a year before they stopped contacting me, long after the issue was solved with FNB.
They say on their homepage they're serious about service. Serious about crap service yes.

  Agreed by 2
Anonymous vs Paypal KE

Paypal is an ultimate payment solution for numerous marketers and online freelancers working online across the globe. But it is not supported in all countries worldwide. However, whether you are using Paypal in a country where it is fully supported or not, the chances of having your account limited or closed for whatever reason is very high, hence, if it has not yet happened, it will happen in the future. This causes issues withdrawing these finds from Paypal.

When I contacted Paypal to inquire about the limiting of my account, I was informed that there are a number of reasons as to why the account could have been limited, but the common reason is suspicion of fraud or security matters. I had already verified the account with Paypal and all details were up to date.
However, I could not withdraw money, shop online, edit personal information, send money, cancel or close the account.
On launching complaints to Paypal, I kept on receiving the automated emails and informed that I can only access the money after 180 days.

  Agreed by 2
Anonymous vs Co parenting South Africa

I approached Co-parenting for assistance with an ongoing custody battle, and was asked to pay Co-parenting R5000 up-front, which I did. The case was complicated, but that's why I looked for advice and representation. The manager, Christof Sharp, appeared reassuring and knowledgeable, and he may be so for others, but to me he was just a smooth-talking, greedy crook. He made a few phone calls on my behalf, but that's it - very little of what was promised to me during the initial interview actually transpired. I managed, with the help of other professionals, to gain legal custody of my child. Fortunately my drama is over, but this man and his company cannot be trusted.

  Agreed by 2
Anonymous vs GnB English Academy

GnB English has a number of franchises across South Korea. Each is privately owned and run. With the exception of a few schools in Seoul, they are notorious for their poor treatment of the teachers, both native and foreign. The GnB in Gwang-yong Dong, Cholla-namdo, was no exception.

I worked as an English teacher to full classes of often over-worked and tired school children. This was not the issue - I'm an experienced ESL teacher with many years' teaching under my belt, yet I had to take teaching instruction from a CEO who could barely understand or speak English. He was also a racist with loose business ethics - each month I had to beg for my salary. I fell ill with pneumonia in the second last month of work and spent three days in bed, for which I was severely 'penalised' - the CEO paid only half my salary and refused to pay my plane ticket back home. This is illegal in S.Korea, but it doesn't bother most private hagwon owners.

  Agreed by 1
sohelmugal vs Saudi Airlines

If you miss your outgoing flight, Saudi Airlines assumes that you will miss your return/ incoming flight too, and will cancel it without even informing you that your return flight has been cancelled. The worst part is that the airline will not even provide a refund for either of the legs or try to shy away from the refund - making the process extremely difficult

  Agreed by 1
Foswarak vs Graiet

I bought an AC on February from a well known company in Tunisia and it was not working properly. It took me 2months to have technical assistance.

  Agreed by 1
sohi vs Bank of Montreal

Most Canadian banks do not allow international online money transfers, even if they do, they do not exceed a few hundred dollars. Instead of using illegal money transfer arrangements, I have a signed a verbal/ message agreement with the bank that if I send them a signed fax with the required details, they will transfer the money to any overseas account on my behalf. Its a signed and enforceable contract. The problem is every time I send the fax, I have to wait for months to get the money transferred because the verbal/message agreement was found missing from the banks files. I have to send my copy to the bank every time. I do not understand how can a bank not keep signed documents safe and lose them conveniently. To me it seems that banks or bank employees do it just to keep the money in a buffer and take personal advantage from it.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Star Alliance

Star Alliance boasts of some 28 airlines working in complete harmony, but if you fly with one airline and try to claim points with another airline frequent flyer program, it does not happen automatically, even if you provided all required details while booking. You have to keep emailing the related airlines again and again and again. If I fly with Egypt air and I provide Turkish Airlines loyalty number, then Egypt Air should ensure that my points are added to Turkish Airlines Number. But it does not happen this way....

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Phone Snatcher

My father an 85 year old man likes to do his errands on foot. He always carries a small man bag with him which has his spectacles, phone, money and IDs etc. A few days ago, a motor-cycle thief tried to snatch his bag when he was crossing the road and hurt him badly. My father fell on ground, had bruises on his head, back, fractured his collar bone and lay unconscious on the road for I don't know how long when someone called for an ambulance.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs United Nations

A friend called me from Iraq and asked me to look for a doctors job being advertised on the United Nations website. I tried and tried for a week, but between the electrical failures and bad internet speeds, i could not even pass the registration procedures. I tried looking for an email address where I could send my CV in text format and could not find.

I believe most HR people are lazy. They create internet based artificially intelligent programs where candidates have to spend hours inserting data about their lives and education and experiences, so that these programs can filter a few out of thousands of CVs based on the keywords devised by the HR people. Most HR people being not aware of the educational terminology, use the wrong keywords to attract or filter CVs.

United Nations is meant to help people with "High speed Internets" and "no internet" alike and such methods are discriminatory.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Internic.ca

I am hosting a website with internic.ca for the last 10 years. Lats year my credit card expired and the renewal of my domain with internic.ca became a nightmare to the point that I had to register a new domain name with godaddy. Internic.ca uses a one dollar transaction to check if the user is for real. Banks dont like such stupid transactions and block credit cards. And so my credit card was blocked, because internic.ca kept attempting the one dollar verification. Instead of streamlining their processes, internic.ca kept asking me to contact my bank to accept the strange procedure. Not only my credit card got blocked, illegal transactions happened worth 3000 dollars just in those two days I was trying to pay to internic.ca. It seems internic.ca has people in their offices selling credit card numbers to culprits.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Flynas

On flynas website, it costs 50-100 Saudi Riyals (USD 15 - 30) extra to buy a seat with more leg room.

But if these seats are empty; the air stewards and stewardesses would let anybody occupy them after the flight takes off.

While I have nothing against people who occupy empty seats I think the staff needs to be mindful of people like me feel cheated for having paid more than others for the same level of service.


  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Microsoft

When it comes to viruses, there are many questions and conspiracy theories;
1. Who has the time and money and energy to create intricate viruses, development of which requires high end resources in various countries; and which the largest gurus of the tech industry can not overcome or troubleshoot.
2. Why windows hides the file extensions on the email attachments, so that people could not differentiate between an attached zip file or an exe file or a pdf file.
3. Why operating systems do not force the users to backup their data.
4. Does it mean that selling security is the new business and thus the demand has to be created by disturbing the security first in the cyber world, as its happening in the real world.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Bahria Town

I bought a plot/ piece of land 10 years ago in Bahria Town Phase 3. The plot had a green belt on the north side. I paid a premium price due to the empty space in the north a mountain view in the front. The map published by Bahria, shows the green belt and the possession papers show that the north side is an empty space without any residential construction. In the last few years, Bahria has started selling the planned green spaces to create more residential and commercial properties. Based on the empty space, I got the detailed design made by Bahria, which has now gone to waste, and I will have to create a new design. I approached bahria and no one is willing to take the responsibility for such fraudulent acts. I suppose changing the urban plan/ master plan of the land, after the land has been sold is not only fraud but also an environmental crime. Since Bahria is such a big untouchable, no one can get any justice from these guys.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Peer Mähnert

There are various emails from blood suckers asking you to login to your paypal account, where they monitor your credentials and hack your account. Are they people working for paypal, fired from paypal or just some people who know too much of software programming, who knows.....

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Dr Khan Raza

Petronas is a company with a Revenue of US$100.744 billion in 2014 and a Net income of US$21.91 billion in 2012, Total assets of around US$161.472 billion in 2014, and Total equity of US$89.29 billion in 2012, and is owned by the Malaysian Government with a total Number of employees = 51,000 in 2016. The Website is www.petronas.com.my. I dont think a company like Petronas will send an unsolicited email asking you to apply for a noname job and not use the petronas domain email.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Pyramid e-Services

Every time an email comes to you with a subject looking like this. Especially regarding PayPal, be careful.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Dr Soliman Fakeeh Hospital

My company forces me to go to this hospital only. If I go to some other hospital my insurance will not cover the expenses. The hospital is a chaos. No place to park. The staff is rude at the reception. Hospital is being run as a money making machine. The website of the hospital is so slow that its hard to perform any online functions. It keeps crashing and showing errors. Since the website uses SMS based authentication, getting back on the site is a painstaking process, it crashes again and again.

My wife wanted to see a gynecologist. It took us a dozen attempts to reach the page where we could select a doctor. Turns out none of the doctors shown in the boastful list were available. Booking an appointment either results in "no appointments available" message, or a system crash. How can no appointments be available unless the doctors don't exist. Then the available appointments with some doctors are a month away. In a conservative society like Saudi Arabia, more than half of the gynecologists are male doctors.

We started looking for other options on doctoruna.com/en and booked an appointment via phone at lower scale Jeddah National Hospital at Macarona Street, and found it very organised and welcoming. Of course we paid from our own pocket, but the payments were less than half of what we would have paid at DSFH. (less)

  Agreed by 1
Mila vs Pizzahut

Pizzahut has always been a favorite for Saturday suppers. We went to Highveld Pizza Hut restaurant and put in a large order for the family for a sit-down meal. The pizzas arrived, some cold, and with less cheese than usual. In addition, I found a hair in my pizza. My husband called the waiter, who called the manager Paul. Paul was uncooperative and rude from the word go. He insisted that the pizzas were the right temperature, and that my children were being difficult. He also insinuated that I had put the hair in the pizza which shocked me and hurt my feelings. This meal was a big disappointment for us as a family, we loved going to the restaurant, but we will not do so again.

The next day I called the franchise headquarters to lodge a complaint. We were given vouchers for free meals at a Pizza Hut of our choice.

  Agreed by 1
Mila vs spammers

drs oaziza, ariba, alli, peter etc, please stop spamming on blogs! i was researching alzheimer's, found posts on this blog by spammers for these doctors. for HERPES treatment!!! dr.aribasplltemple@outlook.com; droazizaspiritualspelltemple@gmail; dr.peter.herb.solutions@hotmail.com

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs CIty of Cape Town

Numerous emails, waiting for weeks to get my car registered, and then I receive an email at close of business that instructs me to pay a large sum of money on the same day. See the attached file *rollseyes*

It was impossible for me to make the payment that day and was almost fined as a consequence.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Canadian Pharmacy

1. Sender did not provide a name and address
2. No opt-out or removal method was provided
3. This is criminal spam, that can send the spammer to jail and pay a penalty to federal Trade Commission

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Impersonating PayPal

I receive an email almost every day where people are impersonating as PayPal, threatening to close my account or to report a suspicious activity. If I was not aware of the ways spammers work, all my credit card limit would have been consumed by spammers in a single day.

  Agreed by 1
Anonymous vs Saher

Saher is an automated system for control and management of traffic. It uses high speed digital cameras and networking technology and is linked to the National Information Center at the Ministry of Interior of Saudi Arabia. Saher system targets and captures information about reckless drivers who are dangerous to the safety of others and their own lives.

While Saher system has played a major role in controlling the recklessness of drivers on Saudi Roads, and saving numerous lives, I find it necessary to point out the difference between reformative control and entrapping. In many countries, Police and Governments have been accused of "Big Brother tactics" in over-monitoring of public roads, and of "revenue raising" in applying cameras in deceptive ways to increase government revenue rather than improve road safety. I have the following examples and suggestions;

1. Installing a speed detection camera right after an entry lane is not a good idea. Drivers need to accelerate in the entry lane to meet the speed of traffic on the highway so that they do not disturb the highway traffic and do not force other drivers to perform sudden and dangerous lane changes. In the same way if someone is not merging at the required speed, the highway traffic has to speed up or slow down to accommodate the new entrant. All these maneuvers at the merging point require increasing speeds to avoid accidents for a few seconds sometimes. Installing as camera right at the the merging point seems like entrapping.

2. There are areas where the speed limits are posted to be increasing from a slower to faster speed. Installing a camera in such areas where drivers are about to be allowed to increase their speeds seems like entrapping or unfair. It is understandable to install cameras where drivers are required to reduce speeds but not where they are required to increase speeds.

3. Installing speed cameras at intersections is inappropriate. Pictures from the San Diego red light camera systems were ruled inadmissible as court evidence in September 2001. The judge said that the "total lack of oversight" and "method of compensation" made evidence from the cameras "so untrustworthy and unreliable that it should not be admitted". Drivers need to speed up if they are caught in the middle of the intersection due to traffic blocks or when they are unable to dead stop due green turning to amber in the middle of intersection.

4. Cameras have tolerances in one direction only. Normally 5% above the posted speed is not penalized and caters to probable mistakes in accuracy. Cameras do not penalize drivers going slower by 10% or even 50% than the posted speed. This sometimes causes other drivers to speed up and pass the trouble maker.

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fcadmin vs DR ANTHONY EMMANUEL

DR. ANTHONY EMMANUEL, who does not know that after a period you need to add a space, thinks that by writing Dr with his name, he will be considered as a credible person. But he is asking you to be a part of a shoddy deal, where his patient has died and he wants your to be a party to stealing the money from the deceased.

It seems that some people have received similar emails for an "advance fee fraud" from dr.anthony_emmanuel@yahoo.fr and emmanuelanthony012@terra.com.pe

Originating IP address : 154.66.162.179 is from Burkina Faso

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Anonymous vs Amazon

There was a time when I thought checking the headers of emails that looked like spam would give me enough information and keep me safe from fraudsters. This has changed. I am receiving emails from actual domain names of companies like Amazon and Paypal. People are receiving calls from customer service caller IDs of well known companies. Either fraudsters are becoming too smart or the companies are becoming too fixated on increasing their profits that they have stopped concentrating on probable loopholes in their systems.

The screenshot attached shows that the email is coming from Amazon and the proposed link (from the text of fake order no 192-773-7646) in the body of the email will take you to some other website to complete its heinous fraud.

I tried to find if Dean Clark was a writer. I found a few University professors by this name. There have been a few more prominent Dean Clarks.

1. Dean Clark was the voice of Berlioz in the Cartoon Movie "AristoCats" from 1970.
2. Dean Clark is a former ice hockey defenceman and head coach of the Prince George Cougars. Clark is also the former head coach of the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League.
3. Dean Clark (born 31 March 1980) is a retired footballer. He was originally a professional who made a handful of appearances for Brentford and then went on to play for a variety of teams local to north and west London, including making over one hundred appearances for Northwood.
4. Dean Clark (born 6 January 1968) is a New Zealand rugby league coach and former footballer who represented his country between 1989 and 1992.

So even though the email is not intended to be sent to me by amazon.com, I believe Amazon.com owes me a duty of care to secure its IT assets so that people do not use their domain names to send fraudster emails.

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Anonymous vs Interac

I used to have a credit card from Scotiabank about 10 years ago. So an email like this was surprising. The email is coming from the cash machines provider/ interac.ca and the content of the email is nothing but spam and phishing attempts.

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Anonymous vs Microsoft

I have often had issues right after Microsoft installs an update to my PC. The March 2018 update locked me out by killing my mouse and keyboard so I could not log in. I spent around $140 at Fry's to have my PC files backed up and everything wiped. We all thought I had been attacked by a virus. After spending days trying to get into my PC myself, and days waiting for Fry's to restore my PC, I had to reinstall all of my programs. I spent almost 2 hours on hold with Viper support only to find out that they were inundated with calls from others having the same issues after to Windows update.

They re-sent my software and explained what happened with this:"We have researched this issue internally and have found this to NOT be a VIPER related issue. We contacted Microsoft directly and Microsoft has confirmed KB4074588 has known issues where some USB devices stop working. We recommend contacting Microsoft directly for any issues related to your USB Keyboard and Mouse no longer working. Their contact information can be found at ** or by calling 1-800-642-7676".

After trying to get answers and compensation over the phone, I had to drive to the Microsoft store and talk to a manager. He said they were aware of the issue that was happening "on older PC's". I showed him proof of my repair bills, and the receipts that showed my PC was only 9 months old. I am a senior living on Social Security with limited income and thought they might at least pay me out of pocket expenses. The manager came back with $100 in Microsoft gift certificates and said he would escalate my issue to corporate but could promise nothing. After getting home, I looked at what was available at the MS store. Nothing there was of interest to me. Follow-up calls just led to more frustration. I was given lip service and promises of return calls that never came. As big as this company is, you would think they could afford to at least cover the damages they caused.

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Anonymous vs Samsung

Unfortunately, I fell in love with its center drawer and purchased a 4-door Samsung Refrigerator Freezer 3 and a half years ago, for $3200.00, without doing proper research. The model is RF24FSEDBSR and was manufactured in Sept of 2014. I still love the center drawer, but it is not enough to make up for the rest of the appliance. This is a prime example of a company that thinks highly of itself but doesn't care that it sells absolute junk. The number of problems and repairs for the ice maker, add up to this being the worst purchase I have ever made and that is saying something. I have put up with months and months of temporary fixes, thawing with hairdryers, mopping up pooling water on the floor of the refrigerator section and just doing without ice.

Recently, I have had 3 service calls for the ice maker. The ice maker freezes solid and won't dispense ice. Then, I need to move all my refrigerated food to a cooler and my frozen food to the outside freezer; turn off the entire unit for 2 days, with both doors propped open; and put an air circulator/warmer inside, just so the repairman can pry the completely frozen icemaker out without cracking the wall of the refrigerator. On the last service call, he replaced the entire ice maker for about $550.00. My total out of pocket for repairs and service is about $850.00. I fully expect that amount to grow. Now, it sort of works, but makes very little ice, (which will not be enough with summer coming).

I cannot get cubed ice, just crushed ice; there is water dripping down the front of the refrigerator and it is a constant source of aggravation. Samsung wasn't sympathetic or helpful when I talked with them, and they suggested that I should have purchased their 5-year Samsung Service Agreement for $1750.00 when I had a chance. Really? They were supposed to call me back (within 24 hours) 10 months ago, and I'm still waiting. Complete waste of time, money, effort, energy and resources. "Do not ever buy a Samsung refrigerator because they are expensive junk", was the advice of my repair person, who has owned an appliance repair business for many years. I could have saved myself lots of frustration, and money, if I had done my research.

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Anonymous vs SAMBA BANK

Whenever you want to send money to someone a business or a person, even inside the same city or within the same banking institution, you have to get the beneficiary approved by making a zillion calls and what not. Yesterday, I had to send money to a travel agent, I created the beneficiary online, and then going thru all the procedures, was asked to call sambaphone.

I called the number I was given and I was taken into the system when I entered my ATM card number. Instead of verifying the card, the auto attendant said, I have to call another number, which was the same number I had called. I have been trying for the last 2 days and No one in the bank has noticed that there system is going in circles...

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Anonymous vs UPWORK

I posted a job on Upwork, where I wanted people to bid for making an iOS app for me. I already have a similar android app called myMentos. Turns out Upwork people or some one in that company is selling my information to people outside of Upwork, and I am receiving emails with bids and solicitations.

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Anonymous vs Zynking

http://www.larryaffiliates.com/terms.html is in the business of marketing, logistical and general support services in connection with remote gaming by a "Company" named Zynking Limited, a company incorporated in Malta, with its registered address Zynking Ltd., St Anne Court, Flat 4, Bisazza Street, Sliema, SLM1642, Malta. Company registration number C76860 and VAT number MT23594224.

I have received an email from the zynking server saying that they will be providing me a tax refund from Canadian Government.

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Anonymous vs GoDaddy

A few days ago, I registered a domain www.pos.team with godaddy, and all of a sudden, see how much spam I started receiving within the week from web developers through out the world. All emails are offering services for website development.

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