client aka ciminal

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my Prefix Indian amigos: John E. Marosan has lost his dispute against Prefix, and I am celebrating this moment. It gives me a sense justice was served. Though I can’t find the email I clearly remember Paypal giving us notice via email that they had sided with Marosan and against us, but today we won. Disputes against Prefix fall into two categories: ONE: Prefix elects to refund immediately either with or without the client filing a dispute. Prefix is reversing so quickly for reasons I don’t thoroughly understand, but I sense we’ve taken the money before we fully assess, and we give the money back when moments later we discover the client’s needs don’t match our services TWO: Prefix provides the services pitched at paid for, but the client, aka criminal, files a dispute to steal money Prefix has earned. John E. Marosan did this, and I was pissed. Prefix fought and won the dispute. In addition Prefix has one dispute when we earned the money, and elected not to fight the dispute, because we lacked the records: no recording(s); no chat note(s). I am sensing Prefix is building a resume making us fit for traditional webpay. The Prefix Paypal account is currently in good standing, and with a late-filing IRS doc in the days ahead, and a 2017 tax return in six months we’re navigating to a company status with the banks and the US government that recognizes the legit company Prefix is. Please don’t read my excitement here as excessive, because my bright-horizon Prefix forecast is triggered by such a small event. Prefix won a dispute. One American in Florida said some Indians jacked him, and the bank told Mr. Marosan: you’re a criminal; Prefix is legit. Marosan lost; Prefix won . . . I’m feeling cocky, ciao amigos, Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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About Tom Doody

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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