Consolidated Opportunities — Unauthorized credit card charges
SCAM...RIP OFF...FRAUD...CONSOLIDATED OPPORTUNITIES, also known as NORTH AMERICAN LOANS, AND OTHERS NO DOUBT
A month ago, I personally got taken for $6, 600 and currently have disputes filed with my credit card companies. They used high pressure sales tactics twice on me. I did very little due diligence and their deal guy, Keith Werner is very good. At the time I asked about the only negative blog (many more now) I could find from someone who had trouble with NAL and they had a come back. Sounds like they operate both companies from the same site. Deal went down afternoon of 5/22/09. No refund policy which they fail to mention and try to get you to digitally sign a contract on the spot.
Consolidated Opportunities is listed on the BBB, but they are not
a BBB Accredited Company.
10201 S. 51st St #120
Phoenix, AZ 85044
[protected] ext. 1257
Keith Werner-Welcome Coordinator
[protected] ext. 1207
[protected] no ext
[protected] ext. 1258
Philip J. Heinrichs
Signed Receipt for letter requesting refund on 5/23/09
Condolidated Opportunities, also known as North American Loans
*Offers a proven system where you make money from someone filling out an online form to apply for a loan from your website. Sign up fee cost $195.00 and upwards to $350 for extras with the website.
*Guarantees you earn commission ($5 to $100) on every lead generated through your site whether they get a new loan or not! Get paid up to 4 times per lead. They charge $1.99 processing fee per lead. Compares themselves to
Lending Tree and Ditech.
*Aggressively sells a tiered advertising scam ($3K, $6K or $8K) to get traffic to your website which is necessary to get to the income level promised and to get anywhere with the website you've already purchased to earn income.
*Sells a scam that promises more than they can possibly deliver.
*Lures would-be entrepreneurs with false promises of big earnings for little effor. They pitch their fraudulent offerings on the Web; in e-mail solicitations; through telemarketing pitches, etc. *Promotes fraudulent business opportunities using high-pressure sales tactics to get you to buy in. If the business opportunity is legitimate, it'll still be around when you're ready to decide.