wwana.com

24 reports / 8 comments
Also Reported
Names:

Laura Smith

Tim Waters

Olivia Allen

Diane Alexander

Laura Wright

Mary Simons

Jane Morgan

Debbi Lizzi

Ben Malick

Sonia Kelly

P.Foster

Steven Davis

Karen G.

Octavia Edwards

Erin Bishop

Scott Minuta

Matthew Stern

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Phones:

866-352-2387

646-866-6779

844-217-4725

929-302-3420

718-489-8637

869-469-6279

888-880-7110

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Website/emails: www.wwana.com
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Unresolved

I have been scammed by the Int'L Alumni assoc.

  • by: glasgow
  • #37252
  • Aug 04, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $789
I was called for 20 minutes by one Karen and asked a battery of questions and at the end was asked to pay $589 and to give my credit card number which I gave. One Month later I was called again and asked for another $489. This is when I felt that something was wrong so I wrote to them and they said they would refund 300.00. I have not seen the credit card statement as yet so I cannot authenticate if this was done, but it is very unnerving.
Names reported:
Matthew Stern, Karen G
Phones reported:
718-489-8637
Unresolved

SCAM SCAM SCAM

  • by: LO_LO
  • #37066
  • Jul 28, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $0
These Associations are owned by the same guy Scott Minuta. He changes the name every time they start to get bad press online. His previous companies Madison Who's Who, Bristol Who's Who, ISOBL-International Society of Business Leaders were also scams. I worked there and they made the sales reps hound people until they paid. I had to deal with the cancels when they came in until they fired me. I guess it was my fault that the cancel dept got backed up because they were scamming people. LOL
Names reported:
Scott Minuta
Web/emails reported:
www.wwana.com, www.thealumniassociation.com
Phones reported:
718-489-8637
Unresolved

I have been scammed by WWANA

  • by: baileybunny
  • #36008
  • Jul 12, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $189
A lady named Erin Bishop called me after I saw the program claiming that they wanted to sign up alumni from William Carey University .
They charge my credit card in November last year and have not sent any certificates of authenticity or any material. They keep trying to charge my credit card even though I emailed them to tell them I did not want the program and now I cant get my money back.
Names reported:
Erin Bishop
Web/emails reported:
www.wwana.com
Phones reported:
888-880-7110
Unresolved

Relentless calls

  • by: Tbm
  • #35960
  • Jul 11, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $0
These people have been calling me from at least 3-4 different numbers for the last couple of months. I tell them I'm not interested and to take me off the list and I block their number but then a few weeks later they call from a different number.
Phones reported:
718-489-8637
Unresolved

Scammed by wwana

  • by: marco
  • #35917
  • Jul 11, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $434
Once they have your card they keep deducting from your account.
Names reported:
Octavia Edwards
Phones reported:
869-469-6279
Unresolved

Attempt to scam me out of $589

  • by: luckylifty
  • #35649
  • Jul 06, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $0
The caller kept me on the line for 20 minutes with questions about my history. Initially, I thought it was an alumni association connected to one of my colleges. At the end of his very long questionnaire, he said I could be a member of this phony organization forever for $589 or for five years for $489. I laughed and told him to go to Hell.
Phones reported:
929-302-3420

Comments:

Konstantin Parlavantzas

Jun 12, 2017 2:29 PM

I also received a call on my mobile - there is no way I would send them any money without proving their fidelity first.

Traduções MLFB

May 11, 2017 9:19 PM

I have studied in Munich, at the LMU University and saw many times an advertisemnt of this WWANA with the logo of my university about an alumni association. I got interested and filled the form. So yesterday I became a phone call from a very kind man asking me a lot of questions about my professional life and so on. At the end he asked me about the credit cards informations, and I gave him! He wanted to sell me USD 600 for lifetime membership, 480 for 5 years and 180 for one year. So fter a while he said me the card number was wrong he could not charge it. I said it again, with a little bit pain in the stomach, and then finaly it did not work with my credit card. So lucky! After this i just cancelled my card, since he got all numbers but due to any reason it did not work! After this I put it on google and found this page. Never more!

Guilherme Bastos

Apr 28, 2017 4:21 PM

I was just charged for $489. Trying to cancel my membership. I am going to contact my alumini association and ask them to send a message to all alumini registered in their network.

Rob Van Pelt

Apr 24, 2017 7:28 PM

I have just been railroaded into a publication fee of $200+. Upon receiving the receipt, I demanded that the charge be reversed. I also said that if they contested the charge back that I would seek legal remedy, including class-action. Within 5 minutes the agreed to refund the charge.

Velta Wilson

Jan 07, 2017 6:11 PM

I have been scammed by this company and I am asking all to be wary of them. I am about to ask my bank to request my money back. I called the company and someone answered and assure me of the name (WWANA) but I was still uncomfortable and I google ant this is what I found that others have had the same experience. I was trying to view the Person Whom i spoke with on Facebook but no information.

Beverly Newell

Jan 04, 2017 2:56 PM

I was on the phone until she said $498. I am overseas so at least the call cost them money. World Association of Notable Alumni BUT didn't have any of my graduation information (degrees, graduation year).

Corn Bird

Nov 23, 2016 4:14 PM

thank you! i am on the phone now with them....

Carmine Espodiaz

Nov 02, 2016 12:34 PM

It is a scam! Please do not fall for this. Do not let them take your $$. People sit in a boiler room office, with about 50 phones and a computer which is only leads. There is a "script" which employees memorize, and try to take your money.