Pizza For Coins Review

Ripped off by Jul.12 -0.0295565 BTC (~$72) | So far I’ve had a bad experience with I’ve lost 0.0295565 BTC (Jul.12) on an order that they split into 2 and did not forward the requested schedule, causing a mis-delivery by Dominos. | I ordered 2 pizzas & some sides for company lunch the next day. | In steps 5 & 6 on the ordering page there are 2 text fields for special notes, so wrote in each “for Thursday 10:30”. The transaction went through without a hitch but then Dominos tried delivering TWICE on Wednesday (same day) after business hours. | Turns out the order was split into two, requested delivery date not forwarded, and was paid for with mysterious “gift cards”, that’s why Dominos tried to deliver twice at different times. Dominos of course attempted to reschedule and refunded the “gift cards” transactions to the owner of, but they can’t re-charge a “gift card” that came in through a website, it can only be done by the ordering party. In fact, Dominos has no indication that the order came through Pizza For Coins, they wrote it like it came directly from me. But of course I’ve no knowledge of these “gift cards” so I can’t use them to pay Dominos on delivery. At this point it was obvious that I was scammed. | Dominos may or may not have authorised the use of their ordering system by, but either way they have no idea what this website is. embezzled my Bitcoins and the bogus refunded “gift cards” to recycle on the next fool! I have requested a refund through their website messaging system but I don’t expect my Bitcoins back of course, as that generally never happens with Bitcoin scams. | Problem 1: Called the business number, answered “Hello?”. I asked what’s the status of my refund, answer: “I’m not in front of the computer right now, I’ll check into it and get back to you in the next 3 hours”. It’s the guy’s personal phone, not a business 🙁 | Problem 2: witheld all indication that the order came through a payment processor, instead writing it like it came directly from me. That’s a direct violation of financial ethics. | Problem 3: is far from professional. A payment processor is supposed to transparently inform the customer (me) of all steps in the ordering chain, if it’s not the implied direct payment from a bank account. If “gift cards” are invlolved then I need to know all the details. I had to apologise a bunch of times to Dominos for such scheme. | Don’t be naive like I was – there are more con artists in Bitland than legitimate businesses.


  • Name: Pizza For Coins
  • Country: United States
  • State: California
  • City: Westlake Village
  • Address: 41 Via Colinas
  • Phone: (855) 289-4668
  • Website:
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