Monday, November 9, 2009

Kamau 225

Email exchange between the Better Business Bureau, CryptoHeaven, and me

Explanation: In January of 2008, I discovered a charge from CryptoHeaven, a Canadian company that Diop Kamau had insisted I set up an account with [see Kamau 13 posted below], on my December 2007 credit card statement that I hadn't authorized. I contacted CryptoHeaven and insisted that they refund the money they had taken from my account, and they refused. I looked up CryptoHeaven's page with the Better Business Bureau of Canada, discovered they had had other complaints filed against them, and then contacted the Better Business Bureau and filed a complaint of my own against CryptoHeaven, who responded as shown here.

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