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Elit Meeting LLC/MeetingMillionaires.comEveryone who joins is scammed.

There is another link on this site with over 130 complaints (and counting) against this site. I'm reposting here so that this advice isn't lost in a sea of other people who were scammed by this site. Here's what you can do about it:

The site owners have scammed hundreds of people with the same tactics of sending generic e-mails from great-looking (supposed) members to prospective members. As soon as you pay the money, none of the people who have contacted you respond (although their profiles remain active), and no one you contact responds to you. The owner, Ty, only responds to e-mails of prospective customers, not paying customers.

Only 21 people (myself included) have filed complaints with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) out of Beverly Hills, CA, where these guys are located. They hold a "B rating" (which is above average) with the BBB because the people here aren't letting the authorities know what's happening.

Please take ten minutes to report these creeps and hopefully see the BBB and Attorney General's Office file a class action lawsuit so that our money is refunded and these creeps do some jail time if they don't pay up. Here's the link. It's up to you if you just want to complain about it here or if you want to do something to change what's happened to us:

Remember that they stay in business, and keep stealing our money, if we don't report them.

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