I found this online guaranteed "money making" business yesterday, September 5, 2008 while looking for jobs on my computer. It sounded like a reputible source since I had read a report from a doctor person from another web site that I was on. It seemed legitimate, so I forged on. I should have read Ripoff Report first but I didn't. I read it after I had already given them my credit card # for $197.00. I had trouble because the power went out on my computer so, as instructed, I contacted them via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. I left 2 e-mails with a 2 hour time span and got no reply.
I went back on their web site and did the whole process over where I would enter my credit card # for a second time and it came up with a message that I was trying to make a duplicate purchase, so it wouldn't take my money a second time so they do have that going for them. On this screen I was given the 800#. I called and got a foreign girl on the line that I could barely hear or understand. She gave me a web link that would get me started on the first week of training. When I went into the training site, it told me that I could get a free web site. I went through that whole process and the hosting company is MisPhase who charged me an additional $199.99 for a year of hosting my FREE web site from ProcessAtHome. But, I felt it would be necessary in order to make more money. It made sense to me, all the while my instincts were telling me that I shouldn't have to pay money to get a job or work for someone from home to earn them money so I could collect a pay check. But, I forged ahead. I worked on the Internet all that night, trying to download/read their FREE guide book on how to process rebates from home. I could not read their guide book on the computer and when I tried to download it, nothing happened. I became very frustrated, so I stopped. The next morning, I got on Ripoff Report.com and found at least 25 reports of this company and person being a SCAM. I immediately called the 800-381-7820 phone number and talked to a person named Kevin to get my refund back on my credit card.
He put me on hold a couple of times. He tried his hardest to talk me out of it. He kept telling me that I didn't give the system a chance since I was cancelling the very next day. Their scam is to get you to go the full 90 days out. That's how long the training program takes. He gave me a confirmation number of the "stopped process" as he called it and then I immediately called my credit card company which did not show either of the two above amounts having been put on my card YET. I will continue to check every day. So, I just may have caught mine in time. Not sure yet though.
Lehigh Acres, Florida