LiquidationSuperSales.com
Complaint 134725 Details

  • Date Occurred: 07/13/2014
  • Reported Damages: $850.00

The complaint is against an online dating profile

The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity

The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity

The company or person contact no longer exists

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We followed a Craig'slist post similar to the one below (the one we used has expired). The response sent us to the liquidationsupersales.com website to complete our purchase. They required a Money Pak card for payment. (Should have been a sign to us, we see that now!) We made the payment, received confirmation of payment, a few days later we received a note that our swing set had shipped and that shipping details would follow, then nothing. Then we could no longer access the website, the links on the receipts have stopped working, the customer service e-mails are bouncing back, etc, etc. No swing set has arrived and we were originally told it would arrive 2 days after shipping and would be put together at delivery. Now we are out $850 and our 2 year old has no swing set for her Birthday. Please assist in stopping this company from scamming other individuals. Thank you. Jennifer Read (Personal Info Removed)


jackson, TN craigslist > for sale / wanted > toys & games - by dealer
BLUE RIDGE BIG SKYE II SWING SET - $850

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Date: 2012-07-03, 6:35PM EDT
Reply to: n5ttb-3117180830@sale.craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]
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Our Big Skye II Swing Set is Maintenance-free with poly coated preserved pine wooden beams with choice grade lumber w/ amber sealant, plus large 4" x 6" swing beam.
Blue Ridge Big Skye II Swing Set features factory stained and sealed Cedar that naturally resists rot, decay, and insect damage.




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PostingID: 3117180830

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  • crazycarolina35
  • crazycarolina35 SBID #41b64712c7
  • Posted 07/17/2014
  • Omg.. I had the exact same thing happen to me. I had paid liquidationsupersales $400 for a swing set for my little boys 3rd birthday and they ripped me off. They took my money and last email said the swingset had shipped. After that, the website and emails would not work! Can't imagine cheating someone like that! So sorry it happened to you too!
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  • Zoltan
  • Zoltan SBID #946cb19f2e
  • Posted 01/08/2014
  • Jennifer ], Thanks for the posting.
    Please BE AWARE they are switching domain names. They just registered liquidationonlineshopping.com

    This is the email I received:

    "...The product your interested in is still available for purchase on our online store http://www.liquidationonlineshopping.com

    During our promo sale campaign until January 13th you can use the voucher "PROMO" for free shipping and 10% off to any product.

    Thank you

    Benjamin Murray
    b.murray@liquidationonlineshopping.com"
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  • Rob
  • Rob SBID #60621543ea
  • Posted 01/14/2014
  • I dodged the bullet! LiquidationOnlineShopping.com -- I was directed to this website after showing interest in a CraigsList item and planned to make a purchase. The website was well designed and very professional, however there was no contact information, address, or phone number. First thing I found was that they didn’t accept PayPal, credit cards, or any normal payment method, just MoneyPak or cash. The site said that shipments would be made from Lewistown MT although I found no company listing in Lewistown. (That in itself wasn’t a major concern since many online sellers don't operate under the company name.) I exchanged 8 emails with Benjamin Murray (<b.murray@liquidationonlineshopping.com>), asking for their address and was told that it would be provided ONLY AFTER THEY RECEIVED FULL PAYMENT(!). I decided that the only way to guarantee that I was receiving the correct merchandise was to make a pick up from the warehouse. When I asked, Benjamin told me that I needed to make arrangements with the shipping department, and he gave me an email address to contact; I got a “bounce-back” saying it was an unknown address. After several more emails I went online to the website and found that it no longer existed. By being alert I did not lose any money, however I would like to help others avoid being scammed. A previous link to the same scam is -- or was -- LiquidationSuperSales.com
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  • Complaints Filed: 1
  • Reported Damages: $850.00
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