They made you feel that not all persons can get into whos who. They asked for all my credentials and said they would let me know if I qualified. They said I did, even though I never graduated college. They never put my other credentials input to the papers they sent me. There were typo errors on the materials.
They said I would receive a plaque, It was a paper inscribed with the year 2005/2006. 2005 has already past. Why would I pay big bucks for that.
They talked me into a lifetime membership, cost $708.95, because they said I would receive free airline tickets. They did not tell me that they would only be free if they were used w/expensive hotels accomodations.
I found out by mail, and after my credit card was charged, that the cancellation policy states there is a non-refundable 20% processing fee which will automatically be retained on any cancellation that occurs within 24 hours of any sale. All program sales after 48 hours are final and no refund will be issued for our service and all accompanying personalized products. I received this information while I was in the hospital, my husband had pick-up the certified mail from the post office, for heart problems on late April 7, 2006. It was already too late. I was never told this information prior to this letter. I called and canceled my offer by cell phone while I was in the hospital on April 8, 2006. They would not make good on my cancelation. A friend of mine who is an attorney spoke to them and they said the would charge me $354.50 to cancel. They also told him there would have been an additional charge of $189.00 to be put in the registry. This also was never mentioned to me. It looks like I got a piece of paper for $708.95.
Also found in the package was a 90 trial of their virtual networking chat room. If I did not cancel 90 days I would be charge $9.95 monthly charge and no credits made. I better cancel this now, before they get me on this.
To summaries, I got a piece of paper for my $708.95. Everything else included in the package would be additonal charges. it soulded good until they sent me the package of papers, then I knew this 70 year old senor was dupped.
Denville, New Jersey