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i have been scammed

  • by: christy
  • #41885
  • Nov 18, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $100
They were going to pay me to put an ad on my car and then all of the suddent my credit card is being billed by wrapmatch 800 258 9062
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  • by: john_ruxlow
  • #41754
  • Nov 16, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $88
Promised to refund 25.per car once stickers were mounted and proof sent. Never received, now they are charging 38.00 a month.
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  • by: Shelleyschaeffer
  • #40756
  • Oct 15, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $85
so this company contacted me online saying I could easily make $200-400 per month for putting this decal on my window,,ummm no. It cost me $20 for sticker, registration fee, background check fee, and renewal. Now I am out $85 and unable to contact the company
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Wrap up your BS

  • by: forgetjD
  • #40605
  • Oct 12, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Saw this ad for extra income by adding a decal for advertisement on my windows, so I said what the hell and signed up. Within a minute (and I'm serious) after SUBMITTING my info online they called me. I went through their spiel about the car, the ad, commission, the gift card, etc etc. First thing this broad asks me is the routing and account number for my bank. Straight up. Doesn't ask my name, birthdate, license # address. NOTHING. Just bank account info. I hung up and received calls every day several times a day as well as emails and texts asking me to complete my signup. I finally called back, the first thing they asked me was "oh are you interested in signing up?" I immediately said no, I'm not and wish you would stop calling me before I report you for harassment and fraud. They stopped calling but won't stop emailing me. Anything .net is sketchy to me in the first place but this company takes the cake. We need them shut down.
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Even the gift card is a scam

  • by: Rclark5188
  • #39603
  • Sep 27, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $88
This was supposed to be a fun easy way to make money, at least that's the way that it was advertised. What they don't tell you is all of the little fees they charge you for the decal and the membership. They also fail to tell you that you can't cash out your account until you get your first commission. So even though they promise to give you $200 if you don't get a commission within the first month or whatever they promise, you can't actually take that $200 unless by some miracle you end up with a commission, which I have not gotten any of after driving around with this damn advertisement on my window for a year. The real kicker is the $100 gift card that they promise to give you if you don't get a commission within the first however many days. The gift card can only be used through this specific website with specific restaurants. You have to use the gift card to buy restaurant gift cards in set amounts like $10, $15, or $25. The restaurants then each have a different minimum amount that you have to purchase if you're using the gift cards, BUT YOU CAN ONLY USE 1 GIFT CARD AT A TIME, and that huffy cards are always much smaller than the minimum amount, so you're required to use your own money to pay the difference to even use the gift card at all. So while you should be able to use $100 to eat ten to fifteen times at a reasonable price, the restaurants require you to spend upwards of $30 to $70 minimum in order to use the small gift card to purchase their food, and you have to pay with your own money, which means you have to feed a banquet hall full of people with the gift card and your own money or not use it at all. I'm so beyond pissed off that I fell for this.
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This is nothing but a scam

  • by: Frankie1920
  • #39225
  • Sep 21, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I'll call this 8888098873 number
And they was talking to me about advertising using my back windshield for cable companies phone companies etcetera then had the nerve to ask me to put up $20 for the advertising and I told him that got to be out of their mind I'm not paying nobody to use my car for advertising if anything they going to pay me then they hung up on me.
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Sep 18, 2017 11:01 PM

Wow, I signed up a few months ago and same problem. You get none of the $ they promise for signing up unless you make your first sale and I haven't received any guaranteed payouts for not making any sales. I wish I had done my homework before signing up like I usually do. I'm in for a lawsuit unfortunately because they are scam artists from another country I'm sure that will never happen..........

CM Thomas

Sep 03, 2017 9:08 PM

I went as far as the phone interview. She quoted some ridiculously high commission payouts, like, seriously - how can anyone afford to guarantee $200 a month for driving a sticker on the car? At least the Facebook ad was realistic. It said that people "had earned" "up to" $300/month and were making something like a $12 commission per sale. That was feasible. Maybe one person had one really awesome month. But this chick was carrying on about a guaranteed $200 a month after the first two signups. #GirlBye

Cheryl Abrao

Aug 25, 2017 8:31 PM

How do file for a lawsuit ?

Wendy Harrison

Aug 23, 2017 2:18 AM

Son of B***. I just signed up with them today. I went to log into my account and it says that it is not activated. I sent them and email and haven't heard back. Damn. I am in for a class action law suite!

ron watts

Aug 18, 2017 2:38 PM

So glad I looked at the reviews first. Was just talking to a lady on the phone. Told her I had to ask the wife first just to gert off the phone. So glad I did. I just didn't like the part of having to pay for there vinyl.

SuzieD1 .

Jul 26, 2017 10:00 PM

I just called them at 1-800-258-9062. Give it a try but I would not count on much success. Place is a total scam.

SuzieD1 .

Jul 26, 2017 9:59 PM

I just received an email from JobHat recommending them and so I followed the process through and called them. I have learned from being scammed so much that you never PAY to get a job. I looked up this ZAP Satellite as I worked for DIRECTV for ten years and never heard of ZAP. They are a company who provides satellite service to Portuguese speaking countries so why should anyone in the US be doing business with them? This is a total scam. Run from it.


Jul 05, 2017 7:10 PM

443 north university dr,provo ut 84601.8002589062

Sylvia Moose

Jun 22, 2017 4:23 PM

I have heard of reputable companies that pay for this type of advertising but I doubt this is one. My guard went up when she pressed for my credit card info for the $19.99 fee to send me my car decal. I said I wanted to see a contract in writing BEFORE I would commit to anything. She said that would be impossible until I opened an account. And to open an account - you guessed it - she needed $19.99. I said no thank you. A reputable company has nothing to hide and should not deny you information in writing. Don't fall for this scam! [

Marina Blackwater

Jun 01, 2017 1:00 PM

I just got charged again this morning for and I can't cancel it! I would like to join the class action lawsuit as well.

Connie Whitney

May 31, 2017 4:11 PM

their address is 443 north university dr,provo ut 84601

Summer Worsham Clance

May 31, 2017 2:12 PM

I gell for the same thing. I signed up about 4 months ago and I have called four times about the gift card promised, the hundred dollars promised if you dont sell anything. I havent gotten anywhere. I cant try signing up for dish because im already a customer. Im out about 40 dollars, but I canceled my debit card before they took anymore more. I got an email about a renewal fee thats annual, but I haven't even been signed up a year. I tried calling to cancel my subscription and request a refund but they said i had to go online, but their website is down. Im in for a class action suit if one gets going.

Lorene R Ward

May 30, 2017 6:22 PM

I just signed up and now I hear this. OMG!!!!

Amanda Buzzard

May 30, 2017 4:11 PM

oh man i fell for this crap too. how do we get on the class action lawsuit? I only lost $36.98 but I'm cancelling my cc now


May 29, 2017 4:51 PM

I fell for this too.. No way to cancel except through their website which they took down. I'm attempting to file a complaint with the BBB anyone have an address for them? I too am up for a class action lawsuit changrbangr at gmail dot com- email me. I will be emailing those who put their emails as well. Lets get these f#ckers

Anthony Erskine

May 29, 2017 1:33 PM

I was ripped off by these jerks too! They said $20 to sign up and they would send a sticker for my car. I got the sticker and then a month later, I see another charge of $42 on my account! Website doesn't work anymore. Anyone else know how to get my money back!?

Amaechi Oselukwue

May 27, 2017 11:33 PM

They must have deleted the site. I can't even get to it


May 27, 2017 2:01 AM

I think you all should get together and get a class action suit in federal court. I got the red flag when she hung up after me saying o was driving and could not give her a card number right away. She quickly said call when you can con firm and hung up. I do think you all should each contact attorney general in your state. I'll do mine

Allison Mowrey

Apr 28, 2017 5:23 PM

Email me if you want. I cancelled my credit card ad soon as I saw all of this and reported fraudulent activity / scam. Amowrey93 at Gmail dot com

Cindi Harrod

Apr 24, 2017 5:58 PM

THanks for this post, I too had them on the phone then googled and found this post - i gave them NO INFO!

Dennis Turskey

Apr 18, 2017 6:12 PM

im for a class action lawsuit. email me, dturskey at gmail dot com. They claimed my initial charge was $25 but I was charged a little over $30. The code they gave me to text to the number doesn't return any unique link. It returns the same generic link that the test code does. There is no way of tracking if anyone even purchases through your code. I was lied to on the phone. I was told I would get $50 for signing up and then $20 once I posted the pic with the sticker on my window. I wasn't told until after payment for the sticker that I couldn't withdraw the money untl after the first sale. which will never happen because my code doesn't return a unique link. This is completely a scam.

The Nerdfather

Mar 13, 2017 4:04 PM

Glad I seen I decided to google the website and seen these comments while on the phone with them. I didn't give them any information. Thanks guys.

Sam Jones

Feb 07, 2017 7:14 PM

The best thing to do is get a hold of Dish Network and see if this is really something they are affliated with.

I Got This Here

Jan 24, 2017 10:22 PM

man if you make a lawsuit on them, let me know how that goes, I even fell for that BS with this Dish network


Jan 16, 2017 6:50 AM

lol if it works after you do that please k fell for it to

JoAnne Hendricks

Jan 12, 2017 10:24 PM

I fell for the crap too. I only lost $35. I was told I would get a $100 gift card at the very minimum if I don't sell anything right away. I was told after a year pay again to renew or whatever. We will see if I get a "gift card" I have 9500 "points" which are useless. I'm in for a class action lawsuit if I don't get the promised gift card.


Dec 17, 2016 9:42 PM

Damn I fell for this too and didn't try to get my money back till I read your post. You're right they screwed us. I am still gonna see if I can get the dish network and see if they give me my money for my 1st "sale" . If they don't then I am thinking class action lawsuit