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    SeattleCoffeeDirect.com is a scam

    This outfit claims you get an introductory offer for $5 that is a great deal. It would be, but not only do you agree to about $77 a month in coffee purchases (!!!) that work out to just 3 pounds of coffee in twice a month shipments, but they immediately bill $25.50 to your credit card (for nothing!) and a mysterious "telemarketing co." charge for $37 appears a few days later! (wifes credit card company called with a fraud warning) Stay away from these crooks (based in Evanston Il.) at all costs!

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    Re: SeattleCoffeeDirect.com is a scam

    Here's a case where checking first with the Better Business Bureau (http://www.bbb.org/us/Find-Business-Reviews/) would definitely help.

    According to the BBB, seattlecoffeedirect is one of many sites operated by a company called Peel Inc. of Evanston, Ill. The BBB has received 596 complaints about that company in the past three years, which in my experience is an exceptionally high number; for purposes of comparison, the heavily advertised JK Harris had 836.

    Based on BBB files, this company has an unsatisfactory record with the BBB due to a pattern of complaints and has failed to correct the underlying reason for the complaints.
    Here are other names to watch out for:


    SeattleCoffeeDirect.com
    Peel.com
    PosterPass.com
    Danielle Janine Jewelry
    publicationsmax.com
    Coffee Roasters Direct, Inc.
    ShopDani.com
    HollywoodJewelryStore.com
    PerfectlyPendants.com
    RelationshipSpot.com
    RingingCell.com
    Superduperfree.com
    MagazineBurst.com
    VermontRoastingCo.com
    Homeartsdirect.com
    Art Print World

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