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Can the POLICE do something with this people please!!

  • by: lapiteturey
  • #39155
  • Sep 19, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $3000
The same system always does it with thousands of people. One of them is me. have ads of their name "Advertise in my car" on the Internet, facebook and on people's cars cheated. They say they will give you money to promote their decal. First, they ask you to pay and stick it in your car, that advertising is an "associated client" if people hire your services they pay you $ 300 per person, but no one can hire the services since that phone (system) is impossible to answer. of course you realize this, after having given your debit card and they have charged you for the cost of the decal.

Then they continue to charge your card more money for other reasons they barely tell you and so on. THEN when you call them they say that if you can not get someone to buy through your calcamonía, after 3 months, we will send you a
$ 100 gift card.

It is called to inform you that you have not received it and that is when you realize that it is a SCAM, because they do not send it and obviously you expect to recover some of what you have been debited from your card.
When you call them they tell you that you should wait. that they do not have more gift cards and that you should wait 1, 2 or 6 months to see if more cards arrive. BEAUTIFUL, TRUE ????

We are already thousands of people this company has robbed us,


Phones reported:
801-850-9120, 800-258-9062
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Advertise on My Car is a SCAM

  • by: imzadi1974
  • #38235
  • Sep 1, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $100.00
I was offered a position displaying the decal for HDTV by advertise my car with the expectation of being reimbursed the cost of the initial decal after my weblink; set up by them, was verified with a snapshot of my decal being attached to the post. I was told that I would be reimbursed in "my online wallet" once the photo was confirmed and then, I would receive $300 for every customer sign up that followed from my "special text code" and if no sale was completed within the first 45 days, I would receive a $200 bonus for having driven and displayed the decal. They said that if my area was deemed a low volume sales region, I would still be paid. I would also receive $200 per month base pay on top of my commissions after the third month. My online wallet reflected the cost of the decal, my sign up bonus and the information that I couldn't cash out until my first sale was completed in a matter of weeks. Without warning, I was debited for 40 some-odd dollars for the never before mentioned, annual fee. I've had multiple contacts and the link goes to a dead website for everyone of them. Therefore, no one can sign up for the service that is supposed to earn my commissions. Therefore, I can't cash out ANY of my reimbursements. All contact efforts have been thwarted by a lack return phone calls, hold patterns and unreturned e-mails. The weblink now take me to a "dead Gateway". This has been such a frustration and the decal is almost impossible to remove from my car window. I may end up having to pay for professional assistance to avoid causing damage.
Names reported:
Kaylynn I
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CarAdvertizing / Rearview Window

  • by: SaundraB
  • #38123
  • Aug 30, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Saw a Facebook ad about getting paid to drive. Put in my zip code and there were drivers needed in my area (imagine that). Watched a video with a young man describing how it works. Basically, a simple ad in my rearview window that easily installed and removed. A phone number unique for me so they can keep track of my sales. I get a commission paid through my bank or PayPal, my choice. Problem is they wanted ME to PAY them for the decal and they would reimburse me after my first sale. Next problem is that even though they'll pay me through PayPal, they wouldn't allow me to pay them through PayPal. That's when I knew, SCAM! They wanted my credit or bank card number. Glad I didn't do it. Hope you don't either!
Phones reported:
800-258-9062, 888-809-8873
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False work

  • by: tati2084
  • #38073
  • Aug 30, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $120.00
I saw this ad on a job search website. and joined. Everything seemed good and organized until i made my first sale. never got my money, emailed to complain, they got back fast, but then a month later i asked whats going on and never heard from them again. now the website is gone.
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Scammed with hidden fees

  • by: CowJedi
  • #38047
  • Aug 29, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $100
I had to pay for a decal that goes on my car, and they tried to sell me other things for it. they said I would get that money back once i confirmed it was on my car, I never got the refund. a month later I was charged a $40 "monthly fee" to "maintain the promo code". When I tried to cancel via phone, it asked to go to the website which doesnt exist.
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I'm not sure if this company is legit

  • by: Brooks101016
  • #38032
  • Aug 29, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $40
I've made no commissions and haven't received the guaranteed pay.
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