900 number solicit

Ellen is fascinated by this advertisement of a 900 number. Unfortunately, the number is blacked out and we can't find out what makes people cry. If you know what the phone number is, and why Ellen should call, write in and tell us!

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angie
189 days ago

I've sent an email last week regarding my daughter the struggling student i'm not too computer literate so i'm not sure if you received it or not I don't know how to send a picture by computer HELP HER PLEASE she has tried to be positive with everything but i'm afraid she'll loose that thank you sooo much for your time angie p.s this is my husbands email

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angie
202 days ago

hi ellen I am trying to send you an email for my daughters student loan but its telling me I need to add a photo of which I don't know how to do sorry i'm not to technically inclined what should I do it to you

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Connie
595 days ago

I don't know what the number is that makes them cry, But I can tell you why I cryed today. My daughter wanted Ugg boots for christmas she even went to their site and found which one she wanted. I was so excited this morning when I got on the site and they were on sell 50% so I could afford to get them for her. I was so happy to tell my husband that we can afford to get them for her. After ordering them I received a confirmation from what I thought was Uggs saying they would be shipped in 3-10 business days. About 10 minutes later I received another email confirmation from a site called services.sc,it came from www.RealyPay.com. (should have realized from the adress name). They also stated that they had processed the order for the same amount. It just didn't sound/feel right so I called my credit card issuer and explained what had happened and had them check what amounts if any had been processed. The only charge so far was an amount that was for a different amount going to China!! I was so upset I was in tears. Had to close the account, etc. I actually worked for a mechant processing compay for 12 years before having to quit and go on disabilty (health problems that land me in the hospital quite a bit). If they can fool somone that knows how to normally detect fraud then they can fool anybody!! I'm glad I didn't spend more and get everyone in my family a pair. The worst part is not just that they are scamming people out of their money, but it's christmas and everyone who ordered presents for their loved ones won't get them. The site appears to be the real Uggs site so don't be fooled. The main way to tell is there is no phone number on the site. I hope Ellen can WARN as many people as possible so they don't expect gifts that wont be coming and that they don't have charges that can add up quickly that are not theirs $$$$$. I am embarrassed, upset, mad, and heartbroken that someone would do this knowing how many people they will hurt. I usually try to see the glass half full, so I am going to say a prayer for the people that they did this to and for them ..maybe they will change. If Gods on my side ooohhh we I would hate to be them! Thank you so much for listening.

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