In fact, this program says that it was specifically designed for use by people who have had no previous experience with earning money online, or if they have had experience, they have had no success and are still significantly struggling. First and foremost, a company that promises people that they will make hundreds or even thousands of dollars a day with little to no effort should simply not be trusted. In fact, their earnings disclaimer says that even when customers follow their instructions word-for-word and do everything they say, they are still much more likely to lose money than they are to earn money.
The bottom line is that this company employs so many different unethical tactics to essentially trick people into purchasing their program, that customers should avoid this program at all costs. If you're at Reviewopedia. Countdown to Profits Reviews — Legit or Scam? Would you like to add your review for.
Went through video then looked at terms and policy statements. Wow disclaimer of content for entertainment purposes. Waste of my time. These people will do anything to get any amount of money from you.
Disappointing our great government does nothing to protect it's citizens from such. Shame on you Washington. This is the same scam as many other offers, never say that they will be a second and a third charge in order to enhance the program. Their presentation sounds like a cheap timeshare presentation and the lack of information about the complete program is disgusting.
This is a SCAM!!! Please, don't fall for it. We need to know the truth about these offers. How are these businesses allowed to even be on the internet? Is there no authority to control such scams? Thanks for your time and info.
I was about to fall in it. Please dont fall for it. As you watch the video,you find a countdown of minutes at the bottom of the video. I watch all through the video and at. Who can you trust today??? I was skeptical from the start , the are so. It's sad, since I'm approaching my latter yearsopd in this life and Scammers like this are what I have to. I'm sorry for the Elderly Lady that is on a fixed income.
She's not the only one. Vehicle warranties are another scam with a scare tactic. I cant believe with all our clout and ingenuity and knowledge that our Government or Business security allows thsee scams. One word comes to. The addage that no one's going to take care of you so beware stands out.. I have checked many of these companies and none of them are honest. The only way to make money is if you actually have your own site and sell some product or service real things.
Good luck to all those who will try! The first thing that tipped me off that this was a scam was the list of "comments" from people who had supposedly made a lot of money. They set it up so it looks like there are thousands of comments, it looks just like Facebook comments, but when you try to click on a profile name or to expand the replies or even load more comments it gives you the same dialogue: They're clearly fake comments made to look like real people have used this program and had success.
No legitimate company would need to put fake reviews to make them look good. I feel bad for anyone who trusts these people and loses their money. Yes youre exactly right Melissa! Had the same experience. Can't understand why these scam artist are permitted to "scam" people wide openly.
If you used your checking account contact your Bank and dispute the charges. If you used a credit card, do the same thing dispute charges. I have used both methods and was refunded back to my account. If they are scams, most likely they want try to fight. But do it quickly. Hope you resolve your problem. I am looking for part time work. I clicked on it expecting to see an outsourcing company looking to bring aboard people to work for their clients for a small wage of 9.
Instead, I get directed to this pie in the sky video telling I could make up to , If this were a legitimate offer and an upstanding company, they would never have tricked clicked to get my attention.
This told me a lot about their legitimacy right off the bat. If a company deceives you, right in the very, very beginning, you need not continue any further with them. It say's it all right up front. Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.More...