Auction Success / Fraud and scam
A free eBay Seminar - learn how to use eBay - not true. Seminar related to selling for Auction Success and using their products and had nothing to do with learning how to use eBay as a sales tool.
Asked to pay $20, did so in cash and filled in form and signed it so I could listen to the seminar. At the intermission I told the person giving the seminar that it was not what I was looking for and it was not what I needed or wanted to do and that I was not interested in the remainder of their seminar and really wanted my money back. I was given $20 cash back by the person giving the seminar, and, he tore up the contract (so I thought) that I had signed and told me I had no further obligation.
In January of 2009 I received a statement from Clickincome for $69.95 in past due bills, plus a current amount of $9.95 due. This was the first contact from this company I had received. I had several telephone conversations with the company that led me nowhere. They said they had a signed contract by me, and they sent a copy to me. It was dated April 30, 2008. From April 2008 until January 2009 I received no communication from this company, no statement or bill for any services. I did not receive any software at the seminar or other information that I could use through my computer for which I could be billed. I had never used their services and was totally unaware that I was being billed monthly for something I neither had installed on my computer or was using.
In February 2009 I sent them a written request to remove me from their program. I received another statement today from clickincome, now totaling $99.50 in past due fees for unlimited support services.
This company is a complete and total rip-off. They are scam artists. They are deceptive in their practices. They have ignored my written request, per their request, to cancel services.
Because of these people, I WILL NEVER, EVER, attend another FREE SEMINAR for anything.