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New Age Marketing Solutions / Fraud and scam!

Phoenix, AZ, United States Review updated:
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I signed up with them for the price of $300. I also sent in my SS number to get my account activated. Now, they want $1000 for an advertising campaign.

I hope I didn't screw up too badly.
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Bo
  28th of Jan, 2008
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It sure looks like a scam to me... this site looks like a shell at
newagemarketingsolutions.com

A person can sign up for the affiliates themselves and advertise themselves. This company "looks" like it takes advantage of people.
Jo
  28th of Jan, 2008
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Hmmmmm....

Work home schemes are all scams! They just ripoff people for service charges!

Please report internet scams to government

All Internet scams are criminal activities. If you happened to be a victim of Internet scam, please complain to the government by filling Internet forms from the following website;

http://www.ic3.gov/

It is very important to note that to prosecure internet scammers, goverment needs evidence! Providing information regarding withdrawal from credit card accounts is vital for them to prosecurte. Especially, what company withdraw and when and how much.

Each of your complaint reports will become a vital part of government's crime fighting instruments. So please report your case from the above government site! With your cooperation, government will eventially catch them!


Best reagards.

The Chaser.
Su
  5th of Feb, 2008
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i singed up with them spent around $2500 total and now their phone is on voice mail apparently everyone trying to get their money back who should i report this to.
Pe
  9th of Feb, 2008
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I have read your posts about New Age Marketing Solutions and now see others had experienced the same problem. I am currently have to pay $1200+ back on my credit card and it appears now we are not alone. What we have to do is report it to the better business bureau and a the ic3.gov sight. We may have to contact a lawyer to see if we can file a class action lawsuit.

Peter
Buffalo, New York
Pe
  9th of Feb, 2008
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I have paid for the campaign, received the materials, and sent back the work order. Did anybody have a a long wait for all of this to get through the US Mail service. I find it hard to believe it takes 3 weeks for first class mail to get from Buffalo, New York to Phoenix Arizona. It took almost 2 months to get anything started. My campaign so far has been active for 3 weeks and not returning anything.

I have paid to send people to Amazon.com and I looked at their associate program myself. This is something I could set up for myself. Now we have to find a way to bust these people.
Sh
  10th of Feb, 2008
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I paid for the campaign, but didn't get the materials in the time promised (within 10 days). When I acknowledged I had not received anything from the company and wanted a refund, they said it was the mail carrier's fault, refused to reimburse me and promised to mail it over night. Their over night took 2 days to arrive. When it finally did arrive, I spoke with an advertising coach. She advised me on free ad websites, because my budget is so limited. I posted several ads on these free ad websites and have not even shown one visit to my website as of yet. I continue to want a refund, will fight for it, and have learned a huge lesson.
Mi
  12th of Feb, 2008
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I spent $1300 and have not had a single cent earned. It'll all started in Nov., and its Feb. now it took 3 weeks to get something that costed $50 to ship. What a joke, a very expensive learning experience. I will go to both the BBB and the Gov't site and do what I can to get my money back and stop others from being burned. This site needs to taken down I will do join with anyone who wants to get our money back.
Pe
  13th of Feb, 2008
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I have contacted New Age Customer support last month about making no money and they told me it will be slow at first and then pick up. It is almost 1 month later and still not making any money. I now have a huge charge on my credit card with late and overlimit fees. This company is full of sh_t and now I am p___ed off. Now justice has to come down upon them.
Pe
  13th of Feb, 2008
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Website for the Arizona Attorney General is at http://www.azag.gov/contact.html and follow the links for consumer complaint.
Ch
  15th of Feb, 2008
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I signed up for New Age Marketing Solutions program a couple months ago. I'm on a very limited budget so I wasn't able to pay for any targeted visitors so I have to do the free advertising. It took them 14 days to get their package out to me!!!! They apparently had a problem with their shipping. In any case, I can't give any insight on spending more than a few hundred dollars to get started, but I have managed to make my money back with the Amazon affiliate program in about a month and a half with my free advertising. I'm on a fixed income so even just a couple hundred dollars a month helps out a lot! I hope you guys get all of this resolved.
Pe
  19th of Feb, 2008
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Another Sight you can complain to is the Federal Trade Commission. Since this company is conducting business across state lines, this might fall under their jurisdiction. If this company is fraud, they need to go down.

https://rn.ftc.gov/pls/dod/wsolcq$.startup
Pe
  11th of Mar, 2008
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How many people signed up for crazyfox.com, 29futures.com, 93hbb.com, or similar home base business tv advertisement prior to being contacted by a representative of New Age Marketing Solutions?

The Work from Home Institute appears to go by several different names and advertise on local television across the United States. If you fill out their form, you start getting called from work from home programs claiming you can get rich quick. I now believe New Age Marketing Solutions is just one of several companies in a chain.
An
  8th of May, 2008
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I was about to join, the guy I am speaking with goes by James and he is offering a one time only deal today...I get Google, Amazon and E-bay under the rediculously low price of $ 149 plus $19.00 for the web hosting...

I advised him needed to speak to better half...did, but when he called still unsure, he did lead me to his website and was foolish enough to give me the name of the company under Better Business Bureau.

When he did call me back I said, you know what I feel uncomfortable giving you my info. via the phone, please give me your fax and I will send it via fax today...I am so happy for GOOGLE...I said to him I do have my own site I've never paid google to promote it, and he rambled to confuse me that people are paid...didn't make sense...but anyways, again GOOGLE thank you, I did type a fax, and was about to send it, but I said let's check what's out there if there is anything on this co...and low and behold wow, stunned, glad and sorry for those of you that did get pulled in by a company that wants to enhance their own life at the expense of others.

Thank you everyone for the valuable notes, they truly just saved me what could have caused similar situations...
De
  28th of Aug, 2008
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I was just solicited and asked for documentation regarding this internet business. The analyst was a smart alec and said he didn't have documentation to send. I'm glad that I read these posts before getting involved. I will not be calling them back now...
Sh
  24th of Nov, 2008
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DO NOT GIVE THESE PEOPE YOUR SOCIAL!!! I USED TO WORK THERE AS AN ASSISTANT AND THEY ARE USING YOUR SOCIAL TO SEE HOW MUCH MONEY IS IN YOUR ACCOUNT, THEN THEY WILL TRY TO CHARGE YOU FOR THE ADVERTISING (WHICH THEY TELL YOU IS FREE AT THE BEGINNING) THE HOME BASED BUSINESSES ARE SCAMS THEY DO NOT WORK AND THEY LAUGH AT THE PEOPLE THAT CALL IN AND THE PEOPLE THAT THEY SELL!! THIS IS A MAJOR SCAM YOU WILL NOT MAKE ANY MONEY!!!
Pe
  5th of Jun, 2009
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Has anybody here been contacted by Consumer Retrieval Services? I have and a few things do look fishy about them. They got my phone number and they are located in Phoenix, Arizona, and know about my investment with New Age. I know my phone number was never entered in here. I might have filled it out along with my online complaints with government agencies. They are offering a package that I have to pay for that contains forms to be sent into my Credit Card company, IRS, Attorney General, Internet Fraud, etc. I am attempting to Google search them, but came up with very little. Does anybody know if this company is legitimate.

With the above statement. I have found out it is not legal to offer a guarantee to make money over the telephone. Furthermore, they never disclosed the fine print before hand about have to invest in alternate advertising. I hope this information does help people in the future.
Av
  6th of Jun, 2009
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Peter, I have sent you a message.
Da
  5th of Sep, 2009
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NOTICE TO ANYONE WHO DISCOVERS THEY BEEN SCAMED WITHING 60 DAYS OF BEING SCAMED:
If you discover that you have been scamed within the first 60 day of your being scamed, you can request the credit card company to refund your money by completing the form usually found on the back o your credit card bill. Bank regulation require them to return your money immediately.
DaveLS

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