- Report: #1085522
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Complaint Review: DS Domination
DS DominationDallas, Texas USA
DS Domination Ebay Consultants, They get you to upgrade and then lie to you about how you can make money Dallas Texas
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It's real simple. They offer you a product and then say wait there's more each time they jump $100 then $250 then $500. They tell you that you don't need money to make it in this business. They show you three minutes videos where the founder adlibs his way through a product demo telling you how to list expensive items from websites that have the products at wholesale. Then you are encouraged to list as many of these products on Ebay and wait for the offers to roll in. Then you buy the product after someone pays you for it and then you ship it to them. Problem with this formula is Pay Pal won't release the funds until the product is shipped or it has been delivered. So, if you list all of these products and you sell a $3000 product, you need to have $3000 available in order to buy and ship the product up front. They fail to tell you this, in fact they tell you the opposite. So if you join this company be warned you will need good credit or a bank roll to make it work.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/18/2013 12:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/DS-Domination/Dallas-Texas/DS-Domination-Ebay-Consultants-They-get-you-to-upgrade-and-then-lie-to-you-about-how-you-1085522. 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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