Appsbee Solutions – A Fraud Company

Appsbee was handling my project. They took 100% money for the project by force but Appsbee did not complete my project. I sent mails to them at least 10-12 times, but I did not get any proper reply. Each and every time Jay and Sam cheated me. Appsbee stole my money and project. Jay and Sam is mind master of all fraud cases. – charged my card without authorization

I found a couple of charges on my credit card from and I have no idea how they got there. I never ordered anything from them and I have never even been to their website. I am thinking that they are just farming people’s cell numbers and then charging them for something that they never wanted or ordered. This is scam and I want to help put a stop to it. The charge was relatively small and maybe some people would just not notice it, but if they keep doing it they will end up stealing a lot of money.

xx-shoes / style shoes – Seller sends worthless items

BEWARE!! DO NOT DO BUSINESS W/ THEM. THE SCAM: Buyers make a purchase. Seller sends worthless mdse, but cleverly provides tracking info. Buyers submit dispute/claim. Paypal investigates, but requires buyers to return the worthless mdse w/ delivery confirmation to China in order to get a refund. In my case, I bought a pair of sandals. I received the cheapest 3 inch sink sponge, value of about $.15 tops. Delivery confirmation ALONE to China is $2.35 (15X what item is worth), but requires also PRIORITY MAILING which is really expensive!

Ask – stealing money

I was somehow diverted to this website from facebook are supposedly an online betting for the lowest price for all kinds of items, i.e phones,electronics etc.I bid on a cellphone and “won” the bid,not sure where that is. On further enquiry I was told that I have to pay a fee for 3 months. I thought this was a free site. – selling knock off items is a Chinese wholesale warehouse that claims that you can buy items for very cheap from a pool of sellers in order to get the very best price. I went on the site and found that I could get an ipad for very cheap. At first I thought that this was going to be a scam, but I guess that the idea of getting it for so cheap took over my common sense. Before I bought the ipad, I emailed the seller and asked if this item was authentic and I was assured that it was a real ipad. – Misrepresenting brand names

I bought over a hundred dollars worth of cloths from and when the articles arrived it was obvious that they were all knock off. It was easy to tell that they were not authentic because of the poor quality of the cloths. Just at a casual glance, you could easily see the difference between a real Ralph Lauren shirt and the ones that they sent to me.