Does anyone think it's a good idea to start a class action lawsuit? I am also owed over $600 and have been ignored and given false promise of reimbursement dates. Can we start a collective campaign to contact all of the food delivery services as well as Google (since Redquanta claims to be testing for their new platform) letting them know about the lack of payment and lies?
I don't know how else to get their attention.
Does Carrie Coyle have a bad reputation?
ATTENTION EVERYONE who has been affected by the RedQuanta lack of reimbursement:
I just spoke with (client) and they are taking this matter extremely seriously.
The best thing we Shoppers can do is visit this link: (removed the link)
and request a call back (they called back right away) and explain that you have used (client) for services initiated by RedQuanta, etc and they will email you a form to fill out. The representative told me they will work with the credit card companies, banks, etc to process returns.
I hope this will work in our favor and get the ball rolling on RedQuanta. I've also been in contact with MSPA and they are trying their best to help us with this issue, as well. Please keep us informed of any new details and spread this link to other RedQuanta forums so that everyone can, hopefully, recover their money.
What does this mean?