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Get paid for sending emails

  • by: vincet
  • #15148
  • Sep 10, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $27
I signed up for free but had to pay an email sender at $27. per month, the bait is he will pay $100. on the first day. My account says the $100. is there but there is no way to contact anyone. so money gone!!
Names reported:
Web/emails reported:
[email protected]

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Stay away, scam

  • by: Mamasmurf
  • #23825
  • Jan 22, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $1000
They bait you with $100 They tell you can make lots of money daily but the most I ever made was $5 with 25 clicks Average 20 clicks a day for $4 daily even though I pay for 2000 subscribers at $60 month I earned $500 by Thanksgiving but still information about how to get paid the commission I have sent multiple emails but no response Stay away, scam.

Money Back Guarantee

  • by: tonyac7220
  • #25551
  • Feb 9, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $250
I signed up to receive a mailing list and automated commissions that would generate $100 or more per day. So far, it has been 2 weeks and I have made $5.60. I have tried contacting these people about my money back guarantee and only receive emails telling me to get online for more training. Training is all they seem to give. I have had no results and all this "training" uses up my data and to no avail! No commissions to speak of.
Web/emails reported:

I have been scammed by Michael Beeson

  • by: Cashbags
  • #26308
  • Feb 18, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $332
In September last year 2016 I subscribed to the I sent out one email each day until I noticed that there was no reply to my emails! By late October I have accumulated $600 dollars. At the beginning I was informed that when I reached $500 dollars they would let me know how I could withdraw it, I never heard from them!
Also when I reached over 5000 lists, it was then that I was informed that I could start sending out as many emails a day as I wanted too! This was when I agreed to subscribe to I was able to get into the site and it looked legit !! The monthly fee was $89.99 USA dollars and gave them my credit card details. The following I could not get into the site! Everything just stopped! No more correspondence from them! No answers to my emails. In December 2016 I noticed that the monthly fee had been taken out of my account, and also in January and February 2017. It looks like when they get your credit card details, that's when you get SCAMMED!
My bank has canceled out my credit card which stops the fraud! Hopefully, they will trace Michael Beeson, to get the money refunded if that is at all possible! Beware of this scam, They have started a new site under a different name with similar operation!
Names reported:
Michael Beeson
Web/emails reported:
[email protected],,

This site is a scam gim system training

  • by: davscali
  • #29609
  • Mar 28, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $90
Started out guaranteed to make money everyday. Was told to make $.20 per click on commission.Check the record and only getting $.05 per click.No one answers email messages..I'm canceling my debit card immediately
Names reported:
Mike Beeson

Ban this Scam

  • by: tryin2dobizniz
  • #30559
  • Apr 7, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $297.00
Gauranteed online income promised to make $20.00 per click i signed [email protected] $47.00 And I had to pay $97.00 to send email from a supposed email traffic marketing Co.
Names reported:
Micheal Beason
Web/emails reported:,