- Report: #1056687
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Complaint Review: Mailing-system.net
Mailing-system.net872 S Milwaukee Ave #165, Libertyville, IL 60048 Internet USA
Mailing-system.net Also called "Mailing-station.com" - a pyramid scheme by any other name! Internet
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This site also goes by the name "Mailing-station.com". It is one and the same company (website) as "Mailing-
system.net". You will note that there are other previous reviews on this company (seen on Biz Opp.com) that say this is a
“good site”. DO NOT BELIEVE THEM! “Mailing-station.com” (also the same site as "mailing-system.net") is a BAD
SITE! A VERY bad site!
WARNING!!! “MAILING-STATION.COM” and "MAILING-SYSTEM.NET" is a fraud and a scam! It is a pyramid scheme by any other name!
This is how their scheme works -
They have ads under the name “mailing-station.com” (also "mailing-system.net") everywhere, advertising a work-
from-home opportunity in which you “get paid filling envelopes with brochures.” You are directed to go to their
website (the exact one seen in the picture above) and sign up, also paying a one-time fee. (Ours was $24.00). In
about a week you receive an envelope. Now the company has changed its name to “Advanced Marketing”. All that’s
in the envelope is an introductory flyer and copies of a single page letter you are supposed to send out. This
is how you are instructed to obtain envelopes – you post an ad asking for $4 and a self-addressed envelope on
internet sites or on community bulletin boards anywhere you can. People will send you (or so you are lead to
believe) their money and a self-addressed envelope. That’s how you are supposed to “get paid”. You are then to
send the recipient one of the single page copies that advertise Advanced Marketing’s home business guide. But
they will have to send Advanced Marketing a payment of $28.00 to receive it.
We tried the program for one week, because Advanced Marketing states that no refund is allowed until the program
is tried out first. We found this problem when we tried to post ads on the internet – all free classified ad
organizations will not allow you to re-post an identical ad more than once, and furthermore they scan your ad
for content. They specifically warn that any such pyramid scheme ad is NOT allowed (and they will delete the
ad.) We tried posting the free internet ads and they were all deleted. As for posting the ad on bulletin boards,
everyone knows that is a fruitless waste of time.
“Mailing-station.com” is actually “Advanced Marketing.” You see really great reviews on “Mailing-station.com”,
but when you go to see reviews on “Advanced Marketing” you will be horrified at the amount of bad reviews, all
people like us who paid $24.00 for NOTHING and cannot get their money back or properly complain about this
company to put them out of business. This fraud company needs to be STOPPED! They are breaching rules, breaking
laws, and making outrageous claims of being a profitable business for the “home mailer”. What they state on
their “mailing-station.com” website is an outright lie. All you will receive is further instructions as to how
to participate in this elaborate, clever and very deceptive scheme.
PLEASE put a stop to this company immediately, before more people send off $24.00 to them for what will be
nothing more than participation in their scam…and I assure you, in no way will you make any profit!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/05/2013 02:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Mailing-systemnet/internet/Mailing-systemnet-Also-called-Mailing-stationcom-a-pyramid-scheme-by-any-other-name-1056687. 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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