MoboMarket.net & Kevin Chen Florida Florida

Complaint: Hello Guys, I am Josheph from Florida. Today i wish to report the scams done by Kevin Chen from MoboMarket.net ( mobomarket.net/). This guy represent himself as the marketing agent at MoboMarket but he have neither ethics nor any professionalism. First of all, He made a marketing deal for his company promotions then once we agreed afterwards he stopped responding the mail without any prior notification. I personally mailed him 2-3 reminding mails but inspite of replying he cutted $5000 from our first work payments where he suppose to send $6000. Afterwards we just recieve only $1000. I even asked why you started behaving like a non sense and showing your other face once we finished the first cooperations. But inspite of all these mails, there is nothing to hear from him. So, I want to expose this fraud Kevin Chen from MoboMarket virally on the Internet and ask people to judge his scams. I already told him, if you not interested in second cooperations then no worries atleast send the full amount ($6000) for our first cooperations which already finished. But no replies even he came online on skype and Hangouts. Kevin chen and MoboMarket is a biggest fraud company ever i saw on Internet. I request my fellow internet users to report such companies here if you faced such scams.

Tags: Internet Fraud

Address: Internet USA

Website: mobomarket.net/

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