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1 Salt Lake City, UT, United States Review updated:
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My victimization started with an email from a friend suggesting to me about a better way to make good money from home. Follow the link for trail period and after you will be asked to call un 8-hundred number.
A man will talk to you about taking a training cours that will help you do busness online. After 90 days of training a web site will be set up and you make money on whatever you sale.
promess a small amt 54.00 on the 1 st part of the conversation, the call will be transfer to someonelse to put you in agreement.
There is no where stating that a hug amt will comme from my account.5440.00 USD was taken from my credit card on October 28 2010.
Someone call me saying her name was kim, saying that she will send me a document and I should sign it electronically. This document will aloow jeanne to write off for tax. The document will be very helpfull to her and said if document does not open click the link bellow saying sign here. Email sent was designed in away that you will sign before you know exactly what is in it. Since told you about these great thing, jeanne relied on her to go ahead. Relised 10 days later that Kim took 2890 USD
I have contacted the company via telephone: [protected] ext 330 [protected] ext 203
There are John Gianini and Dave Scott, do not think these are real names. But Dave said that the company who took 2890. USd is not them, they are not aware of that. He was not saying the truth since the receptionist is aware of this this amount.
Overcharged-misleading-not as promessed.
The charges were not disclosed to me.

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  • Bo
      21st of Jan, 2011
    0 Votes

    I too fell for this scam! Nearly the same scenerio! After "qualifying" for a "loan" of $3000 to use as seed money for starting up this on line business and paying the down payment of $300 as per John Waddlesworth (like THAT is a real name...!) I found out that I had electronically signed a Retail Installment Contract through a Duvera billing company for $3500 for "training"... all of which was never discussed by this "John". The same numbers of 877 824 2346 with several different extentions that would change daily. After a weeks time when the "coaching staff" contacted me the first thing I asked was "Where's my money?" The coach of course knew nothing about it and that I'd have to contact support. When you call the number that is answered as "Corporate Office" (NEVER a name just "corporate office") I knew I'd been had. They "qualified" me, an unemployed person with no means of income for this loan. It seems their "coaches" are unaware of the sales techniques used to lure unsuspecting folks into the scam. They too may be people getting scammed from internally, but I'm not even sure the two are connected. MORMONS... in UTAH... I cannot truthfully blame ALL Mormons but having prior similiar scenerios with STOKES BROTHERS out of the Ogden, Provo area... really makes you wonder which God they use...
    Calling back a "Jim Cockran" to complain about their tactics, I was called "###ed" for ever thinking they would lend me the money and was told how I was binded by signing the contract that I knew what I was getting into. Well good luck getting any more money out of me JimBo!

  • Ca
      18th of Feb, 2011
    +1 Votes

    The fact is that everyone in this world is out there to make more money. To live a better life right? 98 percent of people are scared to make changes. Don't base your diction's in life from the success of failures of others.

  • Cu
      8th of Mar, 2011
    0 Votes

    If anyone here has concerns that have not been resolved please contact or call 1877-824-2346 so they can be handled... It is our priority to make sure everyone is having a good experience. We find that a lot of times consumers turn to these blogs before contacting the company to resolving the concern they have. Please contact us!

    Platinum Training

  • Ca
      14th of Apr, 2011
    +1 Votes

    I too fell for the hype, but just until the so-called training guy told me it takes money to make money. At that point I laid the phone down and let him talk. He went on for 3 minutes (I timed it).When he was done, I went back to the phone and told him to cancel my enrollment. I've yet to hear from "Paid Survey and More" . Thank you for this site.

  • Li
      27th of Jun, 2012
    0 Votes
    Platinum-Training Ltd. - Vanished after I've paid
    Platinum-Trainin Ltd.
    United States

    Platinum-Trainin Ltd. offer to their customers coaching service but once you pay they just vanish with your money. I got in similar situation and those people managed to get $1000 stolen. Avoid this company and don’t even think about applying for marines.

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