- Report: #1065270
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Complaint Review: Adrian Morrison
Adrian MorrisonInternet USA
Adrian Morrison Fast Track Formula Total sleaze ball... rip off 1st class Internet
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saw a webinar featuring Adrian Morrison pitching his Fast Track Fromula... I believe it was a WSO on the Warrior Forum. Anyway it hit my "shiny object" button and I made a purchase for $67 for the product... once that initial buy was complete they hit me with offer after offer for other products to make the first work so I decided to ask for my money back and forget the whole thing. I made the purchase on July 1 st and immediately sent email asking for a refund... no response in 2 days then I followed up 2 more times via email to their support desk without any resonse.
I have had to cancel my debit card to protect myself from any un-authorized charges (some folks on the internet indicated that they were hit with un-authoriaed charges) and sic my banks dispute resolution dept on them.
Save yourself a lot of grief and lost money and stay away from anything this guys has his hand in... don't walk -- RUN away!!
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