Go Doers Inc is a corrupt business that keeps slavery alive by sending people to your door selling magazine subscriptions. They call themselves a marketing school because they are suppose to be training these sales people how to run a business and get on their own feet with Magazine subscriptions. If Go Doers is using themselves as an example as a respectful business its a complete condratiction from the truth.
They train these individuals to prey on compassion from consumers and use tactics such as you have a daughter? I have a daughter and whip out their family portrait to gain sympathy for their down and out status.
The customer service department is joke. They conduct fraudulent business practices and make up rules as they go and lie to save face. For me to get a refund they asked I provide them with a copy of my check I wrote. I guess they needed proof that I really wrote them a check even though they have my money sitting in their bank.
Beware if they get cash there is no paper trail if you should request a refund. Your order number doesn't mean anything to them. The company immediately deposits the funds they receive and processes the order at a later time which is why most orders are probably lost and customers never receive them.
If you call a magazine directly it takes 4 to 6 weeks. Go Doers claims it takes 90-120 days, which is 3 to 4 months. A ridiculous amount of time to receive a product! Their business is a scam and anyone else who has become a victim by this company should report it to goverment authorities regarding the misconduct that this company repeatedly gets away with.
Don't be afraid to call the police either and let them know these people are soliciting in your area. This company and their sales representatives don't belong in anyones neighborhood.
I have notified the Washington, D.C. Better Business Bureau, regarding their conduct as well as Washington D.C. Office of Attorney General, United States Federal Trade Commission, and California's Attorney General where their company is currently soliciting.
A class action suit would be nice to keep this company from preying on anymore consumers across the country.