Complaint: I urge you to avoid this service for account sales. First, I have read Ripoff Scamss where the company (and what appears to be possible third-parties acting as agents of the website) harass/flame individuals who post regarding the company through this website. This includes attempting to intimidate individuals by posting their full name and/or implying that accounts will be banned for the proposed sale. I’m willing to risk my name being posted and harassment if it meants protecting other consumers from Gametag. I have attempted to contact Gametag repeatedly with no response to my e-mails. After submitting the agreement for sale, Gametag e-mailed me indicating the account would be reviewed. That was several months ago. Shortly after submitting my account information, including login credentials, my e-mail address was accessed from an IP address not my own. This account has been stolen / hijacked for several months now. I paid several hundred dollars for the subscription and purchased “gear”” on the account. There is an alert for this company with the Better Business Bureau. The address in Miami

Tags: Internet Fraud

Address: FL on file with BBB has no returned mail and the phone number has been disconnected. No information is available regarding the company

Website: I urge you to avoid this company with respect to sale. If you don’t believe my post

Phone: otherwise I would have contacted the Florida Attorney General. Note: if you might have information about Gametag’s physical location

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