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  1. Hi, I've recently been scammed out of £200 by a webbased company which USED to be registered in the netherlands but has since moved HQ to Atlanta, GA USA. how would I go about a small claim to get that money back from the USA? I have paperwork, emails and proof that the transaction was fraudulent, furthermore due to a flaw of their own, they advertised something at £200, but when I bought it I was told it was actually £2000 so the purchase was denied. Despite the purchase being denied, they say that refunds are not a company policy and they refer me to their T's and C's which state: 'We reserve the right to remove any balance from your account without giving a reason'. had I have seen this I wouldnt' have ever signed up in the first place. Problem is proving that this new 'term' appeared since I went AWOL on them. Furthermore, they REFUSE to give me their postal address and they said if any claims are to be made, my solicitor should contact them by, and I quote 'registering an account, and submitting a support ticket'. Any ideas? Thanks Adrian
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