Leo50 Scam or Legit? Check Leo50 Reviews below.
Roger –

Victim Location 90212

Total money lost $74.98

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I bought a pair of shoes with a Mercedes Benz logo. When the shoes arrived, the logo was coming off like a cheap sticker and the shoes were of poor quality, made in China. I followed the refund instructions on leofifty.com and received a reply email from someone identifying himself as Robin Bickner ([email protected]) asking for a picture of the defect. I emailed the pictures, but leofifty.com stopped responding. I tried calling the contact number listed on the website but it was not a working number. When I emailed Mr. Bickner again requesting a refund, he replied that “other buyers were happy with their purchase” and no refund would be issued. I called my credit card company and filed a dispute of the charges made by Leo50. This “company” is a scam!

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