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Complaint Review: Fortune 500 Affiliate Group

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  • Submitted: Sun, January 29, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, April 12, 2012

  • Reported By: Anonymous — Plano Texas United States of America
Fortune 500 Affiliate Group
4750 N. Black Canyon Hwy, S 301 Internet, Arizona United States of America

Fortune 500 Affiliate Group The company promissed me a full package of training to be able to work on line as affiliate for Amazon and E-Bay Internet, Arizona

*Consumer Comment: Spooky

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In June 2011 I was contacted by a Global Executive Inc. representative, explaining me their need for help in their affiliate business with Amazon and e-Bay, and the possibility to become an affiliate, working from home, in the situation that they are providing the sites, the training, permanent coaching and support. I was tempted by his proposal and I made my decision, I provided my card and I received a receipt to e-sign. After I sent the signed receipt I tried to read what was written with very small letters and it was a statement saying that I wasn't entitled to claim any of the money paid, and I paid around $2,700. In the next 10 days I received from Fortune 500 Affiliate Group a package containing a binder with some instructions to follow and training material, without making me aware of the fact that Global Executives was just a sales service provider for Fortune 500 Affiliate Group. None of them were according to what I was told over the phone. I spent hundreds of hours trying to follow their instructions, to contact a coach at the phone provided and ask for guidance. I called at least 10 times and no coach contacted me. I tried to email to the support and I received a long list with some steps to go through, to provide them print screens for each step in order to get certified as affiliate, which was again something I was never told about it. I reached the level of having the sites set-up and working on advertizing. I used both free and paid advertizing, none of them brought any results. I called again for coaching, again my call wasn't returned. It appears that their mission finished at the time they received the money and sent that completely unusefull training package. On the top of this, they sold my name to different companies, that want to offer their service packages to help me succeed in my online business, each week I receive this type of very aggressive calls. Lately I checked on Global Executives and Fortune 500 Affiliate Group, Global Executives was created in April 2011, but I didn't find any information on Fortune 500 Affiliate Group, in the state of Arizona.


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Spooky

AUTHOR: Bee - (United States of America)

This story sounds spooky familiar. Let me guess. You signed up online for a work from home site and then you get persistent calls If I hadn't signed up to PSC , then I would have been scammed by these people

My phone rang and some guy wanted to talk about plans for future employment . I told them I was in a program to sell on eBay and I'd just dropped 3,000 into it. He exclaimed to me that Affiliate Marketing through amazon eBay was the way to go! My kid came in and needed my attention so I just hung up the phone. Since then for 2+ months, the SAME number for this affiliate marketing company from Arizona 1 (480) 409-43** AZ, USA hounds me 1-3 times a day. I was almost a victim. There are numbers from Provo Utah and Brighton Colorado that call the same amount over and over that I don't answer either

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