Webesy.com Indian Trail North Carolina

Complaint: Webesy promises everything until you give them your credit card. I was contacted by Dan Svejintsey from Webesy in April 2016. He told me we could get my site on the front of Google and create a new website including SEO for $199 per month. After signing up and giving my credit card info he told me he would have my site up and running by the of the week. After three weeks of not hearing back, I called and the number was disconnected. I tried looking up numbers and finally found one that got though. Of course Dan was on vacation and would call me back. After six weeks I managed to get Dan on the phone and found out they forgot about my account and had done nothing. I told him I wanted my money back and he said he would return my money and cancel my contract.. It is now July 22 and I have not received my money. I call about every three days and get the same story that he has told the owner Jeff Moerke and Jeff is going to refund my money. I have been told this since the end of May. Everytime I call Jeff Moerke refuses to answer his phone as he is always in a meeting or something. Please do not give webesy.com or any of his other businesses your hard earned money. He will steal it and never give you a refund. His company lies and cheats people.

Tags: Search Engine Optimization

Address: Nationwide USA

Website: www.webesy.com/

Phone: 720-689-2135

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