- Report: #1046589
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Complaint Review: E-Home-Biz
E-Home-Biz152 Junquera Extension Cebu City 6000 PH Internet United States of America
E-Home-Biz iNet Cash System; Diane, Diana Smith scam; phony name and email addresses; fake names to entice customers; some websites in members area are phishing sites; payment processor online questionable Internet
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The email post a link where you are directed to the sale page. In it are more details and information to attract customers.
Bottom part of the sales page says that there's one time fee of $17 USD for the materials and refundable within 15 days. The payment page requires the purchasers and billing details and required to fill in another form if the user of the license is different from the purchaser.
Product was purchsed on April 24,2013 and April 26, 2013 I wrote a request for refund to admin. I tried today, April 27 to send an email to the name of company iNet Cash System and email address stated on the order details but it seems the email address is blocked, I tried several times but I couldn't send it.
I visited the members area to try on the product E-Home-Biz but the materials are not satisfactory training materials. Instructions are not detailed unlike other online programs. I randomly clicked on one or two websites and they are phishing sites as warned by my internet security protection.
In addition to phony email addresses and phishing websites in the members area, after purchase, said that a copy of the receipt was sent to my email address key in but when I checked inbox nothing was there. No copy of the purchase or receipt. I have tried many online programs through Clickbank and Clicksure and didn't find any problem on refund. They even send confimation emails about the refund placed.
What worries me was that my friend who owns the credit card was charitable enough to help me earn online and paid for the product, that all details of his card was given.
I did research on the internet to get more info about the company and person, one website publishes this E-Home-Biz site. The E-Home-Biz also uses different email addresses for the owner, the admin, and the members area.
Iwould like to say this as warning to prospective customers who are ready to pay the fee for online jobs, work at home jobs that their particular website home page or sales page was nicely done, that it entices the customers and what was written in there, are not true at all. They made it so attractive that replying to emails just seem very easy. Anybody can reply to emails and information are supplied by them to your inbox daily as they claim but so far nothing. All you have to keep busy is visit their members area which contains a long list of websites. Actually the sales page focused on replying to emails but in the members area, you are asked to register and join companies that will ask you to complete surveys, that is if ever the company choose to send you surveys. Most of the email infos , websites of companies to join are old, way back 2010, 2011.
Lastly, the name Diane or Diana Smith which I research in the internet is just her alias to hide her identity. Even the address and contact no. supplied are fake just to supply details for the server. The name is foreign but the address given is fake address in Philippines.
So dear readers, please be careful buying E-Home-Biz, replying to emails advertised by Diane or Diana Smith. Think twice once it lands on your inbox.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/27/2013 12:16 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/E-Home-Biz/internet/E-Home-Biz-iNet-Cash-System-Diane-Diana-Smith-scam-phony-name-and-email-addresses-fake-1046589. 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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