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I ordered from Merzi (downtown DC) through Seamless. I pay for not only the delivery fee but a tip as well. I have ordered here before and they have bought my food up to the 9th floor. I really expect that because I am paying for delivery and tip. I stepped away from...
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1.8
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Ordered $16.77 from Seamless on 7/3. Was charged $2.40 and $20.77 on my amex. Went to restaurant and was told to contact Grub Hub. Not happy at all with service. Sent copy of receipt to Srsmless . No email for GrubHub to contact or to send copy of receipt; although I...
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1.0
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Within a one hour time period this afternoon several attempts were made to charge my card originating in Brooklyn NY. The first was at Vikki's Restaraunt $203.60 at SEAMLSS*VIKKISR NEW Y, another for $155.31 at SEAMLSS*VIKKISR NEW Y another was $116.69 at DOMINO'S...
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On or around July 13, 2014, someone was able to gain access to my credit/debit card information on card number 4300********6141(that account is now closed) and used Seamless along with other legitimate companies such as PayPal, to purchase items or products...
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I've never heard of "Seamless," until unauthorized charges were put on my credit card by them. I researched them online, and you need to have an account to order food online from them. I called their 24/7 Customer Care and told them fraudulent charges were being made...
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Same here I had 4 unauthorized charges to my bank account card today within an hour originating from Brooklyn NY , Vicki's restaraunt, Domino's pizza, Best Buys totaling over...

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I also had 2 charges from Seamless in the span of 8 days. Over $60 of completely unauthorized charges! what a fraudulent company!

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Short Review on November 11, 2016

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#953025
A serving of hateful speach tossed with a lack respect for the free speach of his employees and a dash of childish hipocracy is a recipie for a corporate melt down not to mention an harasment law suit. Recommend the CEO grow up and clean the *** out of ears, think before he speaks and pretend to be a leader. Being childish is clearly his strong suit.
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