- Report: #715074
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Complaint Review: DigDev
DigDev260SW Natura Ave. Second Floor Deerfield Beach, Florida United States of America
DigDev scott hirsch Email Fraud, using pay per click service Deerfield Beach , Florida
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They have zero interest in your product, the end user gets paid roughly .01 to open and more to click. Sometimes they will fill out applications to get paid even more, its completely a scam.
I spent $10K dollars and got no real signups and another email company alerted me my ads were on this network.
I suggest you check closely...
Also come to find out the financial arm of this opertation is a porn king..see his wikipedia
Internet entertainmentScott Hirsch had a colorful past before entering in to the boxing game. He was the founder and CEO of the Internet Video Group and thegirlshouse.com. He is widely credited as the first proprieter of live, intercactive adult entertainment over the Internet in 1996. He pioneered the concept of Internet affiliate marketing and web syndication, Internet reality shows and Internet Pay Per View . In 1998 Time magazine called Hirsch, "a budding Bob Guccione" and reported he was earning $300,000 a week from his cyber empire . In 1997 Hirsch also was credited with holding a first of its kind on-line national beauty contest, missinternetamerica.com.
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