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    "it's a scam"

    January 19, 2013  |   By jinstin


    there are no pros


    just about everything


    I tried to buy $10 of credit from them. I typed in my credit card details and got a message saying that the transaction failed. Then I checked my credit card balance and was surprised to find that they charged me for $10. I contacted them four times and they have not yet respond. This company is a scam.

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  • Reply by Patrick51wa on February 3, 2013

    Acualy its not a scam they went bankrupt in november. The company no longer exists basicly. There consumer division was bught by Senico Labs and there bussiness services by Telcentris as of November they are no longer in bussiness

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