• Report: #426517

Complaint Review: IWB Club Las Vegas - Ideal Wealth Builder Club

  • Submitted: Fri, February 20, 2009
  • Updated: Tue, February 24, 2009

  • Reported By:HB California
IWB Club Las Vegas - Ideal Wealth Builder Club
Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.

IWB Club Las Vegas - Ideal Wealth Builder Club - IWB Club saved my brothers credit and helped him avoid BK Las Vegas Nevada

*Consumer Comment: Ideal Wealth Builder Club - Is a Rip-off if you never signed up with the company and they are charging your bank account

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I think it is too bad that IWB Club has "made" its way to this site. I have seen miracles worked by this company and it has literally changed the life and fortune of my brother and his family. I typically stay off the "soapbox" but after spending some time talking with my brother and his wife, I decided to investigate this company that had apparently MADE my brother get out from under his debt and avoid a costly bankruptcy. While doing my research I came across this site.

After reading some of the postings on this site, it appears that the people complaining are suggesting that someone else supposedly signed them up for a self-help service with a 100% money back garantee (unlikely) and they now are upset about it because they had some difficulty getting thru to the customer service line to cancel the membership. Welcome to the real world people! If I griped and boycotted a company everytime I sat on hold longer than I wanted to or had some other difficulty, I wouldn't have a phone or internet or credit cards or be able to have my favorite pizza delivered to my house.

Anyway, I'll hop off the soap box now, but before I do, one last thing. Let's stop going after companies that are working to offer solutions to our country's financial hardships and start doing something positive like: Create a savings account and contribute to it regularly. Volunteer in our local government. And most of all, start seeing the silver lining to this economic crisis we're ALL in and realize that we're ALL going to have to start living within our means. Amen :-)

Fireguy
HB, California
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Ideal Wealth Builder Club - Is a Rip-off if you never signed up with the company and they are charging your bank account

AUTHOR: Shelley - (U.S.A.)

If a company is legitimately retaining business from clients and helping them to deal with the economic woes that most of us are currently feeling, that IS wonderful. However, when a company takes your personal banking information from a transaction that you did with an affiliate company (unaware of this affiliate agreement) and begins charging your account for a service that you have never heard of let alone knowingly signed up for is JUST PLAIN WRONG! We should absolutely go after companies that function in this manner.

Everyone complaining here seems to be in the same boat as I. I paid for something on a website many months ago and out of the blue, a company that I have never heard of before is charging my bank account $29.95 for a service I never requested or authorized.

To add further insult, the company attempted to trick me in to continuing business with them by repeatedly asking me questions in reference to their service as if I were going to use them. I clearly stated in the first sentence out of my mouth that I never requested this service and that I want it cancelled and refunded immediately. They said that they would receive a refund back to the card that was charged... we will see.

It is wonderful that there are companies out there with the ability to help people in distress. It is an absolutely despicable practice to trick people into using and paying for their service. If the services they provide are truly beneficial, it begs the question: why would they need to trick consumers in this way to get business?
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