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EMillionaire - Google AdsVery unorganized company to say the least...

I fell into the EMillionaire trap.

Initially, I received an accont to log on to the website where "Brock Felt" discussed his business strategy and introduced "Shannon" who showed how Google Ads worked to make you money. All of this information could have been data mined alone without their help but, unless you know the deal, you may find yourself confused by it all.

I never received the DVD promised or any emails until 3 weeks later after many dozens of email and phone complaints. To be as fair as possible to the folks at EMillionaire, since contacting Brock, Mike and Emi at their offices, I did receive a full refund of my initial investment in their Google Cash system - $1.95 for shipping, $197 for program and the first monthly charge of $39.95.

When I spoke to Mike at EMillionaire he was brutally honest about their lack of organization at the moment saying they were way behind in orders, etc. Well, Mr. Felt... you are trying to teach us how to be EXPERTS like you at this emarketing stuff... what's up with that?


Support Center is: (this is a horribly frustrating and poorly run company... be forewarned!)

So... is this an outright scam?

I don't think so... yet. I will know for sure in a couple of days and welcome your comments at: [protected] - I can give you some help with all of this I think.

Tonight... another monthly charge from them using a different merchant account! This is now concerning me and just such a situation was discussed with several people at EMillionaire.

The ONLINE ADS that were posted on Facebook... you need to understand how Google Ad Words and Facebook Ads work with "landing pages". These ads may have taken you to the $1.95 page and you signed up. When you were "offered" the "fully refundable and guaranteed" money back offer for $197 this is the actual "program working as intended". You get an initial product and then an UPSELL product which is the $197 offer. Unfortunately, the folks at EMillionaire try to "hide" the $39.95 monthly charge which is where the feeling of "scam" comes into play for me. Sure, they will give you your money back to leave the program but continue to charge your credit card this monthly fee (if you are not very careful at checking your credit card monthly charges). In this economy, I would suggest we are all "checking" this stuff more carefully! I know I am!

In tough times like we are now experiencing, there are many "preying" on the good nature of others and this is sad. But, you can fight back with the support of online portals like this one. Spread the word to as many of your friends as you can and perhaps we can make a difference.

I would really like to believe that the folks at EMillionaire are simply disorganized, sloppy and under staffed - their videos showing Brock Felt seem to indicate same to me but, my recommendation to you is to stay away from this organization... but DO NOT stay away from Google Ad Words... I am using it now with some success. (albeit everything I have learned I have learned on my own, no thanks to Brock Felt)



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    Chuck Turner Mar 24, 2009

    Emillionaire aint nothing but a big scam.

    For the sad and sordid details see:

    /URL removed/

    etc etc etc

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