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[Scammer] Skb-enterprise.com 140 Euros SCAM
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[Scammer] Skb-enterprise.com 140 Euros SCAM

**I bought a server with skb-enterprise for 140 Euros on September 15th and contacted them after a few days to see how things were going, they said it will take a week for my server to be delivered and I accepted it.

1 week time was up contacted them and no answer from them proof: **

by the 10 day I opened a new ticket and no answer from them, until I put 1 star review in trustpilot **proof: **

**They say they have refunded my order, but when contacted with that as to why I haven't received a single cent back they just went on again and closed the ticket.
**

**Later today they have reported my review in Trustpilot saying I was a fake review, well here im posting now on forums with all the tickets screenshots, invoice, and all so guys be careful with this crooks all in all I can say SKB Enterprise is big big SCAM worst customer service and definitely stay away from them.
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  • Thanked by 2JasonM Falzo

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  • lol their only upstream is spectraip ? why go with dodgy host and pay with unrefundable bitcoin?

    seriously ?

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  • SynatiqSynatiq Member
    edited October 2020

    @1606234 said:
    lol their only upstream is spectraip ? why go with dodgy host and pay with unrefundable bitcoin?

    seriously ?

    Sometimes client and scammer deserve each other.

    Thanked by 2JasonM Falzo
  • @1606234 said: unrefundable bitcoin

    @Synatiq said: Why pay with BTC

    Is really BTC the problem here?

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  • deankdeank Member, Troll

    Hmm, the signs were there.

    Yet, OP still chose to use BTC, a currency which you can't dispute.

    You have hypointelligentemia; Low intelligence presence in blood.

    If you wish to join Nigh sect, adopt my avatar as your own and believe in the end.

  • SynatiqSynatiq Member
    edited October 2020

    @TerensM said:

    @1606234 said: unrefundable bitcoin

    @Synatiq said: Why pay with BTC

    Is really BTC the problem here?

    Yes.

    We still accept BTC for the 1/10 of customers who use it and don’t get involved in abuse. But I am seriously considering to stop doing that.

    I don’t buy the “I own my data with BTC, because the government is so interested in my pathetic little life, right mom?” excuse anymore.

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  • @Synatiq said: I don’t buy the “I own my data with BTC, because the government is so interested in my pathetic little life, right mom?” excuse anymore.

    I will make sure to never buy from your hosting then :)

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  • @TerensM said:

    @Synatiq said: I don’t buy the “I own my data with BTC, because the government is so interested in my pathetic little life, right mom?” excuse anymore.

    I will make sure to never buy from your hosting then :)

    Thank you.

    Thanked by 2kkrajk Falzo
  • deankdeank Member, Troll

    @TerensM said:
    I will make sure to never buy from your hosting then :)

    Well, given your record of looking for bottom barrel hosts, companies won't lose sleep over losing ya.

    Just saying.

    Thanked by 2Synatiq doghouch

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  • Hello Synatiq, well BTC was the only currency I had a that moment so I just went with it, I saw some reviews and everything seemed ok found it on serverhunter.com so I just went with it, even if they don't refund a single cent just want to leave this so any new people who find them on serverhunter or google can just stay away from this guys.

    Have a good day :)

    @Synatiq said:

    @TerensM said:

    @1606234 said: unrefundable bitcoin

    @Synatiq said: Why pay with BTC

    Is really BTC the problem here?

    Yes.

    We still accept BTC for the 1/10 of customers who use it and don’t get involved in abuse. But I am seriously considering to stop doing that.

    I don’t buy the “I own my data with BTC, because the government is so interested in my pathetic little life, right mom?” excuse anymore.

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  • deankdeank Member, Troll
    edited October 2020

    Never fucking trust reviews, any reviews, not even the ones on LET.

    Use your own eyes and perception to filter out bad ones. The host you went for, it looks obvious.

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  • DPDP Member, The Domain Guy

    Dodgy, both.

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  • UnbelievableUnbelievable Member
    edited October 2020

    @Synatiq Soon , as a relatively new provider, you will learn- wading into other provider- client issues with only snide remarks and derision- doesn't enhance your standing. If you can't offer solutions in others issues - i would suggest the best thing for your own reputation is to just not reply. Blaming the client for method of payment is pretty much a good way to turn off future clients.

    Stop the insanity - Use firebase, cloudflare workers, oracle cloud, proton vpn and stop spending money

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited October 2020

    Its a known spoof host. Why even order from there? Theres not possibly even one legit user with them. Its literally even worse than verdina and novogora combined when it comes to outgoing ddos traffic.

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  • deankdeank Member, Troll

    Novogora is Ecatel, FYI.

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  • @stefeman said: Its a known spoof host. Why even order from there? Theres not possibly even one legit user with them. Its literally even worse than verdina and novogora combined when it comes to outgoing ddos traffic.

    Well when you pay with BTC at known cybercrime host you know what you are getting into ?Maybe?

  • DennisdeWitDennisdeWit Member
    edited October 2020

    @stefeman said:
    Its a known spoof host. Why even order from there? Theres not possibly even one legit user with them. Its literally even worse than verdina and novogora combined when it comes to outgoing ddos traffic.

    Guess what! Novogara is at the same DC as SKB Enterprise. And the owners of Novogara are also behind the DC where they are hosted.

    Whilst Simon probably has not much to do with the owners ot the DC, the owners of the DC were arrested by FIOD due to tax evasion.

    And I wrote it here before: DO. NOT. HOST. IN. WORMER!

    Here’s also a reason why you don’t want to host with businesses affiliated to DataOne

    https://www.nu.nl/tech/6082749/grapperhaus-deelt-namen-hostingbedrijven-die-kinderporno-slecht-bestrijden.html

    Translation in Dutch: IPVolume (also known as: Ecatel, Novogara, IPVolume, DataOne, FiberXpress) isn’t doing anything to decline underaged material on there network, according to minister of Justice Ferd Grapperhaus.

  • @TerensM said:

    @Synatiq said: I don’t buy the “I own my data with BTC, because the government is so interested in my pathetic little life, right mom?” excuse anymore.

    I will make sure to never buy from your hosting then :)

    For real, what a horrible outlook on crypto from a provider. Synatiq goes in my never ever list now too.

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  • nathanbarretnathanbarret Member
    edited October 2020

    @stefeman said:
    Its a known spoof host. Why even order from there? Theres not possibly even one legit user with them. Its literally even worse than verdina and novogora combined when it comes to outgoing ddos traffic.

    @1606234 said:
    Well when you pay with BTC at known cybercrime host you know what you are getting into ?Maybe?

    didn't even knew that as I used serverhunter [https://www.serverhunter.com/?search=C90-VBG-H4U] looking for specific cores and ram and it appeared on their list, after checking their reviews I was like ok lets give it a try, didn't end well but gotta learn from that

  • @deank said:
    Hmm, the signs were there.

    Yet, OP still chose to use BTC, a currency which you can't dispute.

    You have hypointelligentemia; Low intelligence presence in blood.

    You didn't include the best line:

    Hypo- meaning low

  • K4Y5K4Y5 Member
    edited October 2020

    @Synatiq said: I don’t buy the “I own my data with BTC, because the government is so interested in my pathetic little life, right mom?” excuse anymore.

    Seriously, dude?

    Between you and @PulsedMedia talking out of their asses and making dumb comments, I wonder what's dropping faster - IQ of "providers" or debating standards of wannabe US presidents.

    Oh, and no one really cares about your unenlightened thoughts on crypto. While, it certainly is your call as far as accepting it as payment for your services is concerned; try not to belittle people over their choice of currency or mode of payment.

    The fact of the matter is, people that want to use it are going to use it, regardless. It would do you well to remember that there are a ton of providers around that are reliable, have been around a LOT longer with a stellar track record of providing excellent services that accept crypto; things people here can drop you for, in a heartbeat, without a second thought.

  • @Synatiq said:

    @TerensM said:

    @1606234 said: unrefundable bitcoin

    @Synatiq said: Why pay with BTC

    Is really BTC the problem here?

    Yes.

    We still accept BTC for the 1/10 of customers who use it and don’t get involved in abuse. But I am seriously considering to stop doing that.

    I don’t buy the “I own my data with BTC, because the government is so interested in my pathetic little life, right mom?” excuse anymore.

    Now this is signature worthy just for the hell of it and that people don't forget you're actually belittling people for paying with bitcoin.

    hm. I've lost a machine.. literally lost. it responds to ping, it works completely, I just can't figure out where in my apartment it is.

  • BTC is non-refundable. Period.

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  • Doesn't SKB is a provider on LET ? if this is true, then a mod / admin should revoke the provider tag, and ban it, effective immediately.

    Thanked by 1kkrajk
  • rattlecattlerattlecattle Member
    edited October 2020

    @Synatiq said: We still accept BTC for the 1/10 of customers who use it and don’t get involved in abuse. But I am seriously considering to stop doing that.

    I don’t buy the “I own my data with BTC, because the government is so interested in my pathetic little life, right mom?” excuse anymore.

    Extremely bad generalization. People using BTC are not all scammers or using it to protect their privacy from governments. Not all people have access to credit cards atleast outside the US and EU. I've used BTC with four providers on LET (with two of them having "top provider" tag). Neither of them had any issue.

    Seriously, I once considered purchasing your services since you provide hourly/daily billing but that goes out of the window now.

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  • skbenterpriseskbenterprise Member, Provider
    edited October 2020

    Hi,

    This customer is making an elephant out of a small fly and can't seem to read our e-mails correctly.

    Delivery times on our website are an estimation and for the ordered service it showed '1-7 days'. After 7 days the customer requested a refund as our stock was not able to fulfill his order, which we honored.

    Due to the cryptocurrency payment, we cannot send money back to cryptocurrency wallets to prevent money laundering. The full amount has been refunded back to the credit balance instead (https://prnt.sc/uvy8pa).

    Refund Confirmation e-mail: https://prnt.sc/uvyb0d


    @stefeman said:
    Its a known spoof host. Why even order from there? Theres not possibly even one legit user with them. Its literally even worse than verdina and novogora combined when it comes to outgoing ddos traffic.

    Can you clarify this? All customers and orders are screened and abuse, such as what you mention, is dealt with very quickly.

    SKB Enterprise - Affordable hosting in Amsterdam, Netherlands. 100% owned hardware. www.skb-enterprise.com
    Web Hosting - KVM VPS with NVMe SSD storage - Dedicated Servers

  • zenkizenki Member
    edited October 2020

    I highly suggest you take out the clients full name from the screenshot, that is a major privacy concern.

  • ViridWebViridWeb Member, Provider
    edited October 2020

    @skbenterprise said:
    Due to the cryptocurrency payment, we cannot send money back to cryptocurrency wallets to prevent money laundering. The full amount has been refunded back to the credit balance instead (https://prnt.sc/uvy8pa).

    Refund Confirmation e-mail: https://prnt.sc/uvyb0d

    I think you should publish this "No crypto refund" policy on your website as well (If it's not present right now). So future customers can decide if they still want to pay with crypto currency or not.

    Without this it's look like a fraud to me as you are blocking the money and forcing customers to use this money on your services even if they don't want to do that.

    Because you are no one to decide if it's money laundering or not. It's the government and agencies who decides.

    You must return the money to the customer if you are unable to deliver the service. No matter which payment method he/she used to pay.

    @HyperK9 said:

    I highly suggest you take out the clients full name from the screenshot, that is a major privacy concern.

    You are right.

    But in this case Client already expose his name by himself on his screenshots.

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