- Report: #911237
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Complaint Review: SMC/EMC/SLC
SMC/EMC/SLCSimi Valley, California United States of America
SMC/EMC/SLC SMC/EMC/SLC...IS a Scam Simi Valley, California
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EMCs websites all sit on a few serversin the internet world this means that all of EMCs members have one IP addressthats not good for websites, the websites they sell all look the same and sell the same
thingsproducts vary a little but not too much to make a distinction. What does this mean? This means that Google thinks that all these websites with the same IP address is just ONE gigantic website, the issue is called a mirror effect which makes bringing traffic to the website near impossible. EMC is very aware of this issue for YEARSthey tried bringing in specialist to solve the issue, marketers to create solutions but till these sites are removed from their big servers and set by themselves they will never make moneyEMCs biggest money maker is hosting or what they call it monthly membership. Mark SchwartzSMCs CEO is very greedyalso very wealthy and has no issues making his millions on others demise. Joe Wupresident of EMC is equally guilty. They all know what theyre doing and they do it anyway.
So the question remains,. IS EMC/SMC/SLC selling you what you think youre buying?
Are they ripping you off?
Have they delivered on their promises to you?
If I were you, Id stay away from this company.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/12/2012 05:03 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/SMCEMCSLC/Simi-Valley-California-93065/SMCEMCSLC-SMCEMCSLCIS-a-Scam-Simi-Valley-California-911237. 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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