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www. Ivetriedthat.comBEWARe of ivetriedthat.com SCAM

These guys are a total SCAM!! They are advertising "The Wealthy Affiliate" which is the SAME as what they claim is FRAUD and SCAMS!!! Do not buy anything from these SCAMMERS! They try to scam me and make me believe the wealthy affiliate was good and to give them my money. The wealthy affiliate is what they said is SCAM!!! Another Data entry home typing job scam. They are BIG LIARS!!! Stay away from www.ivetriedthat.com!!!

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  • Pr
    priyasays Dec 15, 2015
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    This is obviously STEVE replying (LOL) as he always does. I have to agree with this complaint. I think what the guy means is STEVE and "I'VE tried that" are the scammers. What he is saying is that while you are telling everyone that affiliate marketing training programs or should I say "Data entry" programs are a scam, you are in the same breath trying to sell it yourself. "I've Tried that" is well known for trying to sell you the overrated Wealthy Affiliate program, so they can rake in a nice, fat commission. All of his so called scam theory's (BTW) are based on a technicality. These little data entry programs he has made such a living off of calling a scam are just smaller versions of the wealthy affiliate. Steven doesn't like the name "Data entry, " so that's what he bases his so called scam theory off of. Welcome to the Wealthy Affiliate training camp. The first thing Wealthy affiliate teaches you is how to throw other companies under the bus so you can steal their commissions. NICE!

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  • An
    Antonios Nov 13, 2014
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    I consider that this complain is completely out of reality.

    I have been in contact with ivtriedthat.com for over a year. No problems with them. Lots of free information.

    If you read their complete posts, you will understand what is a job offer scam, and what a legitimate one is.

    Steve recommends Wealthy Affiliate as your online "business" starting point. WA is NOT a Data Entry offer.

    I have been a "FREE" member of Wealthy Affiliate (WA) for over a year. And even having very limited access to their features compared with a premium member, I have access to very valuable information.

    When you join WA you receive seven (7) days of free Premium complete features to test drive it.
    If you like it you can upgrade to premium for $19 the first month. Then it will be $47 per month.

    There is a per year enrollment that comes out to $29 per month.

    You can stay as a free member with limited features.

    This complain doesn't offer any insight into why the complainer considers it a scam.

    It gives the impression that the complainer is somebody that doesn't know a thing about online marketing, or that he/she is one of the companies that are mentioned in as a scam in "ivetriedthat".

    Scam companies do that, badmouth sites that report on their scam tactics.

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  • Iv
    IveTriedThat Nov 02, 2011

    I don't think you understand what a data entry scam is.

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