GPal Comeback?

A few days ago, I received an email from GPal informing me that their service issues had been addressed and that they are now ready to rock. If GPal is indeed now ready to face business for real, they have a long road ahead of them to regain the trust of the consumer base.

Coincidentally, they have just announced the launch of Bidscapes, their auction website. Frankly, I don’t care about their cherry-picked customer testimonials on their website. Do either of you, my readers have any recent testimony on the performance of GPal for the purpose of transferring funds? If they really are doing their job, I would consider using them. I would still be wary to unless I was confident that my customers were confident.

3 thoughts on “GPal Comeback?

  1. I got their “our troubles are finally over” e-mail as well.

    Two problems: one…it was filled with falsehoods regarding the scope and impact of their problems.

    Two: As I immediately reminded them, I, for one, still have not received the funds that they owe me…and I know that I’m not the only one.

    Is it fair to send out an e-mail to people you owe money to, claiming that the problems have all been addressed?

    I think not.

    I reiterate what I’ve said several times on my own blog: These people are dishonest, dishonorable and possibly flat out crooks.

    DO NOT USE GPAL…EVER!

  2. Ben Cannon is a crook. Any business he has anything to do with should be avoided. For those of you who spend time on Calguns don’t believe the hype. Several of those Calguns Foundation guys are still shillin’ for Ben.

    If Ben wanted to try to make things right he’d make sure his GPal debts were covered before trying to strike back at Auction Arms with a competing auction site. But Ben isn’t interested in making things right. And neither are his friends at the CGF.

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