• Report: #445617

Complaint Review: Adaptive Marketing LLC

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  • Submitted: Tue, April 21, 2009
  • Updated: Wed, April 22, 2009

  • Reported By:Santa Fe New Mexico
Adaptive Marketing LLC
www.adaptivemarketing.com Nationwide U.S.A.

Adaptive Marketing LLC deceptive advertizing, luring into club memberships under the pretence of providing mortgage rates Nationwide

*Consumer Comment: I SEE ADS FOR THEM WHERE THEY CLAIM TO BE AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ON YAHOO HOT JOBS

*Consumer Comment: I SEE ADS FOR THEM WHERE THEY CLAIM TO BE AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ON YAHOO HOT JOBS

*Consumer Comment: I SEE ADS FOR THEM WHERE THEY CLAIM TO BE AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ON YAHOO HOT JOBS

*Consumer Comment: I SEE ADS FOR THEM WHERE THEY CLAIM TO BE AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ON YAHOO HOT JOBS

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I believe that Adaptive Marketing LLC is engaged in the most deceiptive advertizing practices I have ever met. I was researching HELOC rates and I ended uo on www.mortgageloan.com, where as part of my inquiry I was asked to request a free credit report. There was an explanation that a self-requested report does not affect the score. I know, that consumers are entitled to one free credit report per year and I thought that it was a clever idea to prevent people from affecting their credit. I then was prompted to give my credit card with a promise that I would be charged $1 - refundable. At the time I missed the explanation on the right side of the screen (in pale blue, as opposed to mostly orange design of the rest of the screen) that by doing so I agree to a trial membership. The next screen prompted me to answer about identity theaft and then I was congratulated on becoming a member of 3 "credit and identity protection" programs, which if, not canceled after 7 days would charge membership fees on my credit card. There was no link to the HELOC rates I started with and no way back to the www.mortgageloan.com!!! In the meantime, Adaptive Marketing sent me e-mails congratulating me with the membership. I wrote back to them and requested to cancel all memberships. As a personal protection, I already reported my card stolen.

Ripoff fighter
Santa Fe, New Mexico
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/21/2009 06:32 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Adaptive-Marketing-LLC/nationwide/Adaptive-Marketing-LLC-deceptive-advertizing-luring-into-club-memberships-under-the-prete-445617. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Comment

I SEE ADS FOR THEM WHERE THEY CLAIM TO BE AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ON YAHOO HOT JOBS

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

And I didn't feel right about them.

I suspect they are a BLATANT scam trying to take advantage of job seekers using the internet and stealing people's identities.

I wonder what country they are REALLY from.

Thanks for confirminig my suspicions.
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#2 Consumer Comment

I SEE ADS FOR THEM WHERE THEY CLAIM TO BE AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ON YAHOO HOT JOBS

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

And I didn't feel right about them.

I suspect they are a BLATANT scam trying to take advantage of job seekers using the internet and stealing people's identities.

I wonder what country they are REALLY from.

Thanks for confirminig my suspicions.
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#3 Consumer Comment

I SEE ADS FOR THEM WHERE THEY CLAIM TO BE AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ON YAHOO HOT JOBS

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

And I didn't feel right about them.

I suspect they are a BLATANT scam trying to take advantage of job seekers using the internet and stealing people's identities.

I wonder what country they are REALLY from.

Thanks for confirminig my suspicions.
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#4 Consumer Comment

I SEE ADS FOR THEM WHERE THEY CLAIM TO BE AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ON YAHOO HOT JOBS

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

And I didn't feel right about them.

I suspect they are a BLATANT scam trying to take advantage of job seekers using the internet and stealing people's identities.

I wonder what country they are REALLY from.

Thanks for confirminig my suspicions.
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