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There was something about the emerging Internet that made it a very exciting place to be in the 1990s. Maybe it was my young age, but the early web was somewhat of a community all by itself – a small number of connected users, packing into a limited number of services, stepping on each others toes.
What do you do when your company receives a free solicitation for a business listing and Facebook page? You might be tempted to snatch up a good deal, but there’s a good chance that deal will land you in the middle of a widespread scam. That seems to be the case for a New Jersey business owner as he faces threats of lawsuits and other action that could damage his credit.
What started as a fax solicitation in June 2013 has morphed into an apparent scam by a company with addresses in Dubai, Germany, Boston and Moscow.
The business owner tells the Newark Star-Ledger’s Bamboozled column (penned by Consumerist’s own Karin Price Mueller) that shortly after providing his contact information on the “Yellow Pages New Jersey” form for a free Facebook page to go along with his company’s directory listing, he received an invoice of $1,188 for a 12-month business directory listing.
The invoice contained a “service agent” address in Boston, a legal office in Dubai, and a postmark from Germany.