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Complaint Review: Randy Ehrlich
Randy Ehrlich5830 NW Expressway Ste 335 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States of America
Randy Ehrlich Inner Group International Randy Ehrlich, huge scammer, never did advertising for me Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The opportunity required for people to select from 4 'money-making opportunities', either one, or some, or all. Once the participant was aboard the program, Mr. Ehrlich was paid a monthly advertising fee to market our programs for us, and make sales for us.
When I joined the program I signed up with a lifetime membership with Global Resorts Network (GRN), and iLearning Global (ILG). Back then a lifetime membership with GRN was costing about $3,200. You either had a choice to join a 1-year plan for around $1,500, and continue to renew it each year, or you bought a lifetime membership.
ILG was a cost of $80.00, plus $80.00 each month to retain the membership. I was also required to make a payment of $499.00 each month for my advertising that Mr. Ehrlich was supposed to do for me.
I was with ES/PBB/Mr. Ehrlich for a total of 3-months before leaving the program all together. The main reason for my leaving was that I received an email from his Director of Marketing at the time that no advertsing was done for me during the 3-months I was with ES, and that he had left ES due to those reasons.
I spent $3,200 to join GRN; plus $80.00 for ILG, with another $80.00 for two months ($160.00); and 3 months of advertising fees at $499.00 each ($1497.00). For a total of $4,937.00.
I was first reluctant to join any program but Mr. Ehrlich continued to encourage me, kept saying 'the time to enter is now. You will make a lot of money in just a short while. We have lots of people coming aboard now, since people are using their Income Tax returns to get started.' He also suggested that maxing out a credit card to help off-set the payments was a good idea, since I would be able to pay it off within my first month once I made 1 or 2 sales with a GRN account.
I maxed out one credit card (of $2,800) and paid the rest with my debit card, since I had just cashed a check from a 401K plan I turned in, and I had an Income Tax Return that arrived.
By the time May 2008 came around I had tapped out my accounts. I stopped all relations with Mr. Ehrlich and Encore Society and also requested for a return of my investment since he had never upheld his end of the contract. I never received a reply.
Mr. Randy Ehrlich is a scammer, plain, simple. Never do business with this man. As far as I am concerned Mr. Randy Ehrlich stills owes me $4,937.00.
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