- Report: #1135458
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Complaint Review: Radio Airplay
Radio Airplay Jango Internet Radio Scam Hoax Unethical Business Practices Internet
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Radio Airplay, masquerading as Jango internet radio is a complete scam that utilizes "bots" and fake facebook accounts in order to acquire huge profits. Your music is not heard by any living people, ever. And they didn't even implement a bot system that responds to messages or gives feedback in any way. Do not give them any money. If you must use their services please select the free option. Refrain from subscribing to any packages.
If you pay close enough attention to your "dashboard" and review your "fans" carefully they will be cyclical and you will see the same fake facebook profile pictures over and over again. If they are going to try and scam money from unsuspecting musicians they could at least put a little more effort into it.
Go ahead and click on the facebook profiles or try and message anyone that becomes a "fan".
More than 50% of the time the facebook profile can't load because it is private or no longer exists - I would put my money on the latter being more applicable than the former. You will never receive a reply from anyone because there is nobody there to respond.
Radio Airplay should be ashamed.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/01/2014 02:29 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Radio-Airplay/internet/Radio-Airplay-Jango-Internet-Radio-Scam-Hoax-Unethical-Business-Practices-Internet-1135458. 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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