The complaint has been investigated and
resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Doodles and Poos — Fraud / Scam
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
Doodles and Poos (Cindy Meldrum) came to us to re-build her website for DoodlesandPoos.com as well as her facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/DesignerDogs and her shopping site at http://www.cafepress.com/doodlesandpoos. Her stated mission was to help rescue shelter dogs and find them great homes.
Instead she is using these sites as a front to promote her MLM businesses - pitching unsuspecting members/fans with "If you were given the offer to build the income you've always wanted..." and "a year from now it meant you could be making 2, 3, 4, or even 6 thousand dollars per month"
While designing Doodles and Poos, Cindy revealed to us that she made from $100-200 a month selling the Life's Abundance dog food and cat food she was pitching. How is it she can claim that others signed up through her Doodles and Poos account can make thousands a month while she herself barely makes hundreds? She can't unless she gets those people signed up and paying under her. It's one thing to sell products by an MLM company if you feel the products are great/competitive, it's another thing to promise others fortune and sign them up so you can gain from their work.
And it's a shame that she's using the stated mission of finding homes for sheltered and abandoned designer dogs to sell her MLM network to members.
Ms. Meldrum also sells Life Force vitamins and TruBoost energy drinks among others. Cindy works 2 office jobs and is trying to get others to fund her retirement through MLMs under the guise of helping pets.
Designer dog lovers beware.