Before becoming a customer, affiliate or even sell banner ad space to DreamTemplate.com, you might want to hear about my recent experience with them. DreamTemplate Deliberate Refund Scam: I trusted their 30 day unconditional refund policy so I bought a 37 Month with 250, 000 Stock Photo Library on 17 Jan 2008. 3 days later when I asked for a refund I was given awful customer service by Telson, who repeatedly asked for my confirmation and when it was given, just asked me the same questions again. I corresponded with him a total of 6 emails and got nowhere. No objections were raised against my refund but *no* evidence of a refund was given. When I contacted the relevant authorities such as bbb.org on 24 April 2008 DreamTemplate changed their position and sent a misleading email: ” We will process your refund. You will soon receive it”. As of the time of writing, I have received *no* evidence of a refund which proves I had been deliberately sent a Refund Scam. Be aware of the following unethical business practices of this company: 1. Misleading Advertisement – Most know it- the “limited time offer” is *fake*. This obvious scam is just the tip of the iceburg. 2. False FAQ – Not all policies are observed – I would like to share my awful experience – DreamTemplate Refund Scam 3.Misleading Customer Service. As I wrote earlier – Telson sent me completely misleading if not outright deceptive Refund emails. I have already contacted bbb.org, ftc.gov and ic3.gov to alert them of DreamTemplate”s Internet Fraud. Don”t get me wrong, if you can overlook their unethical business practices, DreamTemplate may be a dream resource for you. Just be aware you should use a credit card and should the necessity to refund arise, forget about wasting your time “mediating” with Telson and seek help from your bank instead.
This review (DreamTemplate Complaint) was originally published at Skeptic Files.
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