This "company" without a phone number or physical address is the perfect example of a scam. I signed up for the Doubling Stocks for $47 for which they would send me recommendations on making a whole lot of money. This report was to arrive in 3 days--8 days later, no report. In the meantime, they came back for more money, $97 --and I complied! They wanted ME (only 6 of us out of "hundreds") were selected to participate in a "Robot testing" program. I was selected because I was presumably, intelligent, handsome & congenial!! Boy, did I fall for it! During the signup for this testing program, I was instructed to download a "tracking program" so they could monitor my actions whilst I made this fabulous amount of money. The Robot, MARL has made 28 multimillionaires--on "paper" and they have signed up 38 people willing to pay them $28,000.each for the exclusive rights to use this robot's program. So you see, for $97 I was given a really great deal, if only I would consent to their tracking my movements. I have a daugter & son-in-law who are computer engineers--and have told me to never download any programs unless I get advice from them. When I told them the story, they told me that it was one great big scam. That tracking program was a way that they could get a lot of my personal identity info & use it for possibly ulterior motives. I asked for my money back via e-mail for the testing program-- $97. Heard not a word from them for a week. So I called Master Card and they said that I have been given credit for the $97 and that they will send me forms to file a dispute for the $47. In addition to reporting this scam, I just wanted to inform people that there are these advantages to paying thru a credit card. You have, I think, 60 days to contest a charge. Once before, I bought 2 Temper Pedic mattresses thru a dealer who said he would order them and send them to me within 2 weeks. After a month, I discovered that they went into bankruptcy. They knew when I paid for the mattresses (over $3,000.) that they could not deliver and took my money anyway. I got the charge reversed thru MasterCard. That is where I learned my lesson to charge suspicious purchases thru the Credit card. There is no doubt I will get the remaining $47. back from those dirty, scam artists. Good luck to you who have lost money from them--and there may be a possiblilty you could still get your money back if you had charged it thru a credit card. Call them up!