Bonanza.com Review

If you are looking for cheap Microsoft Office software and search online, you may run into this con seller, who sells on Bonanza.com, the seller’s user account name is “Bessontech” who is really Mike Besson. This guy is a con-artist, he sells bootleg software and when I filed a complaint to Paypal this guy lied to Paypal disputes department telling them I used the software and he wasn’t going to refund me because he had no plans to refund me in the first place. The guy is apparently stealing Microsoft licenses, you don’t get the DVD or CD, you get the license or product id through email only yet I read on his listing I was going to receive the DVD in the mail, I waited 2 weeks and nothing came. | I emailed him and I said where’s my software but he said it’s only electric by email. I checked the email and I had said I don’t have it, he resented it. | However when you install the software if the license doesn’t work and is rejected by Microsoft this seller, he will not refund you. I called Microsoft and I turned in my license number and they said the license was used over a year beforehand but this seller Mike Besson blamed me for using it, said I opened number and installed it but I never got to that point. | I filed a complained with Bonanza and Bonanza did nothing at all as they said they suspended the sellers account but they didn’t. I complained several times to Bonanza and they would not reply where I had to go to PayPal to file to get my money back. The seller was fighting me on software I never received with PayPal, he wants the money and I don’t have anything. I got a fake bootleg number that is already used prior to receiving it which was supposed to come in the mail. I made a negative review on the seller Bessontech’s feedback and later I see Bonanza removes the review as they already have other negative reviews similar to mine they deleted mine, makes no sense. My point is Bonanza is of no use but allowing sellers to sell stolen products on their site without monitoring the problem. The seller is making a living selling stolen Microsoft Office Professional software product keys and Bonanza is doing nothing about it. If this was another site, then maybe action would have been taken but not Bonanza. So I suggest to all buyers to not buy on this site called Bonanza.com Bessontech as if you get ripped off or taken advantage of Bonanza is not going to help you. Don’t buy bootleg software, you can’t upgrade the software, it’s stolen.

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Name: Bonanza.com

Country: United States

State: Washington

City: Seattle

Address: 3131 Western Ave, Suite 428

Phone: (206) 588-5849

Website: www.bonanza.com/

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