In Home Cash Generator / Billing and Selling Practices
This company uses a local to Washington state newspaper article and claims that they are endorsed by the top news agencies offering a business opportunity for under $5 dollars. I later found out that the article was fraudulent. On December 16, 2010, I was convinced by this news article to sign up for a $2.97 business kit. Here's the website http://www.news6.com-2011.org/news6. It may not work because it probably some kind of temp website, but you can look up "Work at Home Mom makes 7, 547." The article does not mention that the $2.97 was a 2 day trial and that you will be charged $199.97 afterwards. In fact, reading the article would have you believe that you would be getting a business kit in the mail. The $2.97 was for shipping and handling. After I signed up, they gave me instant access to a web site. I couldn't check it out at the moment because I had to work. A few days later, on a hunch, I check my bank account to find that they charged me both the $2.97 and $199.97 at the same time. The amounts were posted to my account on the 20th. I immediately cancel my debit card and file a complaint with my back. The bank denied the claim because the official website for this business does clearly show Terms and Conditions. When I signed up I was never taken directly to that website. They somehow allow you to sign up without actually being connected to their website where you can read those terms. I did call them today and demanded a full refund. They were willing to cancel my "subscription", but not refund any money. 2 days is not enough time to see if their products will make you money and you certainly won't make any money in 2 days, let alone the money they are charging you. At first they told me there would be no refund. When I threatened to complain to you and other agencies, the women told me that they would submit my request to the refund department, yeah right, and to call back on Friday. You would think if this was a legitimate business not willing to give you a refund, you would think that they would convince you to use their products or eBooks or whatever they are trying to sell you to use it. But they seem to know that if someone would clearly see the terms and conditions they would never buy into that program and they basically keep your money, not because they have a legitimate business to offer, but based on their ability to fool people.
There are many complaints on the internet about this organization. I'm not just someone that randomly and ignorantly sign up for business opportunities cause I know that they are nothing but overpriced business schemes with useless information. Had I Clearly seen a statement that says we'll charge $2.97 for a 2 day trial, then $199.97 on the 3rd day, I would have never signed up for this..