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i donated to a project committed to providing their customers with "high quality watches for an affordable price".
they are called MVMT and the watches sure look nice.
they claimed explicitely though, that as a backer we get a discount of 45,- $ to retail.
i paid 59$. so in theory i´m... See More receiving a watch worth 104,- $.

surprisingly i found out, that they now sell these watches to ANYONE for said 59$
in my point of view this is fr*ud, as i´m receiving a watch with only half of the value, that i was promised.

her is, what indigogo had to say about this:
"Thanks for reaching out. Indiegogo is an online crowdfunding site. This means that anyone can come and use our site to raise money for a project or a cause they're working on. Often campaign owners offer Perks in return for contributions. Indiegogo does not manage the campaigns on our site, and campaign owners are in charge of distributing their Perks.
Many people crowd fund as a way to support an idea and not because of the discounts offered. As long as the campaign provides the claimed perks, they are not committing fraud.
Thank you for your understanding, and please let me know if you have any further questions"

i doubt, that the majority of customers only wanted to "support" MVMT in making their watches.
and i wonder what that has to do with a promise, that was made, but not kept?

indigogo is basically saying, that no one on their platform needs to keep their promise and that most people are happy to support them anyway.
that´s a very convenient point of view as i think.
and reason for me to put this out so people understand, that it´s not necessarily the involved risks, but the starters, that take your money.
By gravatar MartinJ5 (New User) - on Oct 28, 2013 - 16:43 | report
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My one word review of Indiegogo: loathesome.
My longer review: I cannot think of a single kind word for these scam artists. There's no evidence that anyone outside my circle of friends/family/facebook/youtube viewed my page, much less contributed. If they are absolutely no help, why should they get 9% of the... See Moremoney I raised by myself? Now, nine days after my campaign ended, I still haven't seen a penny of the money I raised. Their spectacularly unhelpful support team merely quotes a line buried in their FAQ page that it might take two weeks before they bother to send the money to my bank. No reason given, no reply when I point out to them that my campaign's page says "This campaign received all of the funds contributed by Mon 22 Apr."
By gravatar GarthH (New User) - on May 01, 2013 - 03:48 | report
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NO GO indiegogo! Indiegogo asks for no information up front but then waits 10 days after campaign closes for personal information. As first I thought it was a fraudulent request because it seemed unprofessional and not a secure way to provide information. In the interest of getting the funds... See Morethat were raised I submitted the information. It has been over two weeks since I submitted all of the info requested and they still have NOT Transferred the funds. the standard emails states it is still being reviewed by Identity team - which is ridiculous! Everytime I have called customer service - I get a voice mail. The email responses to complaints are vague and never provide specific information to questions asked or latest status. They call it "Customer Happiness" - NOT!!!! DO NOT USE INDIEGOGO OR EXPECT TO BE VERY FRUSTRATED AND THE BENEFICIARIES WILL NOT SEE FUNDS IN A TIMELY MANNER! Over a month and still not a penny from indiegogo.
By gravatar SusanH3 (New User) - on Mar 15, 2013 - 02:06 | report
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I am warning everyone to stay away from Indiegogo as a crowdfunding site. We had a successful campaign for our movie Skookum, raised $10,500 for our independent feature film, which goes into production on April 8, 2013, was Indiegogo's #1 campaign for almost two weeks, and we even appeared on... See Moretheir Sundance Film Festival poster. Just as we were nearing end of campaign, they froze campaign for no reason. We had happy donors, no complaints, and were very close to end of campaign, having exceeded our goal of $10,000. They asked us, along with five other campaigns, to send our personal identification via email attachment--AT THE END OF CAMPAIGN-- to verify our identity. This is against the law. This company is a scam and a bunch of con artists -- BEWARE Indiegogo!
By gravatar DebiM (New User) - on Mar 11, 2013 - 01:29 | report
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