Fri 8th Jun 2012, 02:25
DaftBlogger Exposes the Flippa Scam Scheme
Flippa.com is reportedly the #1 marketplace for selling and buying websites. Evidence gathered by daftblogger.com has shown that professional scammers are flippa.com members and have made more than $10000 through a scam scheme which has been FULLY EXPOSED by a contributor of the DaftBlogger journal. The investigation shows how sellers claim fictitious earnings, use inappropriate evidence and ultimately make sales to unexperienced buyers who buy websites that will never make anything close to the promised earnings. Chances are that you have been at least once a victim of a Flippa Scam Scheme.
Tue 12th Jun 2012, 09:08
We would like to inform that a Flippa representative (Ophelia) left a comment on our blog stating that they have researched the seller and have found that he has an 'excellent' history. We expressed our utmost indignation right away and are wondering whether there is the will on Flippa's side to ban scammers or not. New data suggest that the user obviously has a positive feedback because he is part of a network of scammers who cover up each other's transactions. Should that be true, Flippa would have to be declared utterly incapable of protecting the interests of its own customers. The customer category at risk here is mainly that of internet newbies or individuals who have never run an online business before. Is it really worth defrauding hundreds of investors only for few transaction fees?
Thu 14th Jun 2012, 06:10
Tags for this Thread