- Report: #1035680
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Complaint Review: Digibizpro
DigibizproInternet United States of America
Digibizpro Jamie Lewis, Imwithjamie.com Did not hold to his end of bargin Internet
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Because and i will tell how he put it, because I will not make big money being a affiliate (although he was making good money training affiliates). He said that if I become a vendor than I would have affiliates working for me. Of course I would have to upgrade to the $1500 program that he is offering for just $200. He explained that I would get rights to products that he had created and that I could sale each as a vendor. And if I decided that I did not want to after I bought the upgrade that I could go sell the websites that I get from him on flippa for $200 at least.
Sounds good but here is where it gets tricky. The price on the products he suggest is around $47. I wouldn't pay $2.95 for one. So basically My job would be to lie to everyone and tell them how great this little ebook is just to make them give me $47. The products are small and not worth much money at all. And so I decided that I would get some of my money back by selling a site or two on Flippa which Jamie Lewis assured me and anyone that bought his package that we could do with no troubles. The cost of listing a site was $29. It ran for 5 days without one bid. Yet more money I waste thanks to Jamie Lewis.
The training that I talked about was simply previous webinars that he had done. Ok no problem. Only the quality of the videos are so terrible that they all play for one second then lag for 3 seconds and its a cycle that goes on and on. At first I tried to push through and learn what I could. Only a half an hour later to find that my head hurts and I wasn't any smarter. The live webinars for digibiz pro I got for life after upgrading.
I was excited because it was first webinar. I didn't know what was going at all because they have already been doing this for a while so i was getting in in the more advanced sections. They suggested that I go back and watch the other webinars. I even tried asking a question by typing it in the questions box. I was never even acknowledged. Fine yet the next webinar I signed up for I did not get in. Then a day later I was invited to another webinar so I went. They had a guest speaker. He had a program that made him lots of money and it was designed to be user friendly for his family and friends. Jamie Lewis that guy in our corner, our teacher persuades him to let his program go to sum of his students. There are 1000 of there (or so he says) and the guy with the program says that he would only be able to let 15 go. And its the first 15 that make it to his site. In other words first come first serve. I was one of the first I know that for sure then I saw the price tag on program that this humble guy that was there only to help us because he's super rich already. $1000.00
Jamie Lewis invited us there so 15 of us could be scammed and the rest would feel left out. Jamie Lewis has done nothing that he promised and I feel he will scam more people out there unless more people like me stand up and inform others about his con. Please for your own sake DO NOT BELIEVE JAMIE LEWIS!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/18/2013 09:36 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Digibizpro/internet/Digibizpro-Jamie-Lewis-Imwithjamiecom-Did-not-hold-to-his-end-of-bargin-Internet-1035680. 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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