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online success corp / SCAM / FRAUD / DO NOT INVEST

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We aren't even sure how they got our information. They claim to have our credit card number and want to charge us $72.00. They have called the house several times in the past two days, once at 10PM our time. There's never anyone there. This morning someone finally was on the other end when they called. I'm assuming it was this NICK person, since when I asked to speak to someone higher than him because of his rudeness he laughed in my face and pretended to go get someone else.

I've never seen such an unprofessional person in my life. He sounds like some punk kid who has nothing better to do. I have filed complaints with the local BBB and the Attorney General (oh he says they won't do anything by the way) and I will wait and see what happens.

I have emails in writing telling them to cancel whatever subscription or account they claim to have. You also cannot reach anyone at the number on their website and the number on BBB doesn't go anywhere either. The email address on BBB comes back as bad but I found someone named AMBER HERRON under an ad on CraigsList and emailed her as well. I have all of the documentation and they are messing with the wrong person if they think I will go away.

If they are a legitimate business, they really need to find someone more professional for their OWNER and they need to learn that word of mouth will kill your business and you need to treat people with respect. If they want their account canceled, then just cancel it, instead of going through lawsuits and complaint boards. Unless of course, you're just in it to scam people...

Somewhere, Kentucky

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  • Lo
      13th of Jan, 2011
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    2010 was record year for scams
    January 13th, 2011 @ 2:15pm
    By Logan Daniels
    SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Division of Consumer Protection says 2010 was a record year for scam and fraud complaints. The annual report shows they received 4, 632 complaints, a 15% jump from 2009.

    The division says work at home programs, internet offers, and start-up business opportunities topped their list of complaints. Executive Director of the Utah Department of Commerce Francine Giani says the hard economic times make people more desperate to find a way to make money.

    "Crooks are always looking for a way to get in our doors, or even better in our pockets. Just because we're suffering from a downturn in the economy doesn't mean they're going to be nice to everyone."

    Reports show the scams hit every demographic group, but seniors were hit especially hard. Giani says the division was able to recover $2.4 million from businesses and individuals who has conned the money away from the consumers.

    "We'll step up our efforts, especially at this time when people are hurting, to prevent them from hurting more. "

    Giani says consumers could save a lot of money and heartache if they would take the time to call the Division of Consumer Protection if they think they are dealing with a scam.

  • Ch
      30th of Mar, 2011
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