Sometime in early July 2008, I received a call from a man named Joshua, explaining about this so called 'wonderful' company that is supposedly fulfilling a niche in the 28 billion dollar prescription drug order business. He talked for a few minutes and then transferred me over to Kendra. Kendra then proceeded to have me listen to a further audio presentation about the business.
Next, this company transferred me over to a man who called himself Milton Stuckey. He told me he was a Christian believer (my wife and I are both school teachers as well as Christian believers and former missionaries) and how this company is a wonderful opportunity. My mistake was I trusted him because he sounded so sincere. He convinced my to pay for the $195 fee on my credit card.
Mr. Stuckey then transferred me to Josh Litt for verification on the payment of $195 to set up the website of an online pharmacy. A few days later they called back to have me look at the four different websites they set up for me in the name I chose. Up to this point everything seemed to be legitimate.
The next step, after showing me a few things about the websites they created and told me I needed to buy some advertising for my new company. I found out later that the website they created was just a template that they duplicate over and over for a a price of around $200 to nearly $500. He then told me I would be getting a call back from someone that could help me in advertising someone from Summer Ventures Co. - e business solutions. This person was a man Jeff Joslin who said he was a customer service manager. Mr. Joslin then transferred me to Greg Neff who talked to me briefly then set up a time to call back. Greg Neff called back the next day, 3-4 minutes before our appointment time and spent the next 40 minutes or so trying to convince me to by $5,160 for '30 key words' and some banner advertising that was supposedly going to drive people to my website and then purchase from us. He was an extremely high pressure salesman who wanted me to immediately charge the amount on my credit card and then open up another card to transfer the balance for one year with no interest. I didn't feel right about the decision so I told him I would talk it over with my wife.
To try to finish this little story, we ended up receiving a couple of more calls from Susan Salarka who basically gave the same high pressure sales pitch as Greg Neff. She wanted us to spend $5,160 for 30 key words and $2,500 for Banner ads. My wife and I both felt something wasn't right and declined to purchase anything. Thank God for an intelligent and wise wife, because in researching the company later on, I found at least 10 other people had gone invested money in this company with no results! You can read for yourself about the man that lost nearly $10,000 in this scam of a company. For us, we lost to, but at least only the $195 I was convinced in purchasing to build the four alleged 'money making' websites.
If you've read this far and are considering investing in American Web Tech - Summer Ventures - e business solutions, DON'T !!! They are smooth talking wolves who have ripped off a lot of people for a significant amount of money.
They avoid law suits by not promising any guaranteed return on your investment, yet at the same time the practically assure the potential client that they WILL make a good profit, which in my case they almost assured us that we would be making at the minimum of $2,500 a month if we purchased their advertising. Stay away from this company! I pray the Lord will save their souls and grant them the ability to make restitution to those they've hurt financially.