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  • Submitted: Fri, February 20, 2009
  • Updated: Mon, November 05, 2012

  • Reported By:staten island New York
Softwarebillionsclub
14845 SW MURRAY SCHOLLS DR. SUITE 110-427 Beaverton, Oregon U.S.A.

Softwarebillionsclub - Nationwide Home Business scam! do not purchase anything from this company STATEN ISLAND BEAVERTON Oregon

*Consumer Comment: No One Should Do Any Business With Chad Timothy

*Consumer Comment: No One Should Do Any Business With Chad Timothy

*General Comment: Re:SOFTWARE BILLIONS CLUB

*Author of original report: MADE A MISTAKE. SOFTWARE BILLIONS CLUB IS NOT A RIP OFF! SORRY FOR THE CLAIM AND MISUNDERSTANDING.

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I JUST PURCHASED MY SOFTWARE BILLIONS CLUB MEMBERSHIP WITH 25O FREE WEBSITES AND GOT SCAMMED OUT OF 122 DOLLARS! PLEASE IF YOU GET ASKED TO JOIN.. DONT DO IT! SAVE YOUR MONEY AND YOUR TIME. ON TOP OF THAT WHEN I WENT TO LOG INTO MY PERSONAL WEBSITE THAT I PURCHASED IT COULD NO LONGER BE LOCATED!!! I GOT SCAMMED! DO NOT TRUST NATIONWIDE HOME BUSINESS!!!!

MARG
staten island, New York
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

No One Should Do Any Business With Chad Timothy

AUTHOR: CINNAMON - (United States of America)

Chad Timothy who started the Software Billions Club is no more than a fraud. Last year I signed on with his Software Billions Club Program, with the idea that my website was good for life. I could not work my business at the time so I put it to the side. Then this past summer when I found myself in trouble, financially, I turned to what I thought was my ready way to earn some money. I was going to buy software from the program and sell it at a local flea market. That was one of his suggestions. But the website wouldn't even work. Then I e*mailed them, more than once, before they finally got back to me. I was told to be patient. That the program had been hacked into and that they were working on fixing it. A few more weeks came and went so I e*mailed them again, more than once. Finally I was given a trumped up story about the program had to be cancelled because of mailing cost and postage, etc. They were lying from the start. I believe they sell websites then after awhile they cancel the website and leave you stranded with ebook orders and tons of software that you can't get rid of. Fortunately I didn't have any orders and I hadn't bought any software, except their so called "Sample Pack" for about $48.00. So my total investment was about $345. All of that nonsense about how they spent thousands upon thousands of dollars on the program and how much the member was going to be getting for practically free and the so called monthly drawings of prizes and how it would be beneficial to upgrade to their gold or platinum program because the price of the software would cost much less. At the Silver Level, you pay $10.00 for each one. At the Gold Level, you pay $5.00 for each one. But at the Platinum Level, you only pay a whopping .75 cents for each one. Wow! What a difference. I could just imagine the people who got taken on those two levels. Chad is really something, suckering people in with his sob sad story of his humble beginnings. How he worked at a "Circle K" full-time, and he didn't have much education, and how he was always looking around for business opportunities. And how he kept cutting out business ideas from magazines when his boss wasn't around. And how his family wanted him to stop wasting his money and time, sending off for program after program, maxing out countless credit cards. And how he eventually wound up living in a roach infested trailer home that was uninhabitable and ready for a demolition crew. And then wow, he happens on this wonderful software opportunity. ETC! ETC! ETC! And bingo, his life is so wonder now. Yeah, I guess so, living off of and cashing in on other people's desparations. I will tell anyone who will listen to me: Do not do any business with "Nationwide Home Business". These people are not honest. They are selling useless dreams while they put down legitimate businesses like "SMC". "SMC" has been around for more than sixty years. Though it is now known as "The Smart Living Company", I would rather try my hands with them or how about just buy lottery tickets or play bingo. You would come out better than giving it to a bunch of liars. And as a last thought, why did one consumer claim The Software Billions Club was a scam and then turn around and say it wasn't?! To anyone who is reading this, you can bet, I won't be changing my mind. And if The Software Billions Club do somehow get started again I won't be part of it. I am not interested in doing anything that is in anyway connected to "Chad Timothy" or his business "Nationwide Home Business".
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No One Should Do Any Business With Chad Timothy

AUTHOR: CINNAMON - (United States of America)

Chad Timothy who started the Software Billions Club is no more than a fraud. Last year I signed on with his Software Billions Club Program, with the idea that my website was good for life. I could not work my business at the time so I put it to the side. Then this past summer when I found myself in trouble, financially, I turned to what I thought was my ready way to earn some money. I was going to buy software from the program and sell it at a local flea market. That was one of his suggestions. But the website wouldn't even work. Then I e*mailed them, more than once, before they finally got back to me. I was told to be patient. That the program had been hacked into and that they were working on fixing it. A few more weeks came and went so I e*mailed them again, more than once. Finally I was given a trumped up story about the program had to be cancelled because of mailing cost and postage, etc. They were lying from the start. I believe they sell websites then after awhile they cancel the website and leave you stranded with ebook orders and tons of software that you can't get rid of. Fortunately I didn't have any orders and I hadn't bought any software, except their so called "Sample Pack" for about $48.00. So my total investment was about $345. All of that nonsense about how they spent thousands upon thousands of dollars on the program and how much the member was going to be getting for practically free and the so called monthly drawings of prizes and how it would be beneficial to upgrade to their gold or platinum program because the price of the software would cost much less. At the Silver Level, you pay $10.00 for each one. At the Gold Level, you pay $5.00 for each one. But at the Platinum Level, you only pay a whopping .75 cents for each one. Wow! What a difference. I could just imagine the people who got taken on those two levels. Chad is really something, suckering people in with his sob sad story of his humble beginnings. How he worked at a "Circle K" full-time, and he didn't have much education, and how he was always looking around for business opportunities. And how he kept cutting out business ideas from magazines when his boss wasn't around. And how his family wanted him to stop wasting his money and time, sending off for program after program, maxing out countless credit cards. And how he eventually wound up living in a roach infested trailer home that was uninhabitable and ready for a demolition crew. And then wow, he happens on this wonderful software opportunity. ETC! ETC! ETC! And bingo, his life is so wonder now. Yeah, I guess so, living off of and cashing in on other people's desparations. I will tell anyone who will listen to me: Do not do any business with "Nationwide Home Business". These people are not honest. They are selling useless dreams while they put down legitimate businesses like "SMC". "SMC" has been around for more than sixty years. Though it is now known as "The Smart Living Company", I would rather try my hands with them or how about just buy lottery tickets or play bingo. You would come out better than giving it to a bunch of liars. And as a last thought, why did one consumer claim The Software Billions Club was a scam and then turn around and say it wasn't?! To anyone who is reading this, you can bet, I won't be changing my mind. And if The Software Billions Club do somehow get started again I won't be part of it. I am not interested in doing anything that is in anyway connected to "Chad Timothy" or his business "Nationwide Home Business".
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#3 General Comment

Re:SOFTWARE BILLIONS CLUB

AUTHOR: I knew it was a scam mom - (U.S.A.)

I had received their material from this company this year 2010. I had read you had made a mistake on your updates. I just wanted to know did you earn any money when you join the company or not? Since you your last update on this site, are you still a member or did you cancel your membership? When you join, did you receive the Free bonuses they have mention? Give me some additional information, because I don't want to be rip off.



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#4 Author of original report

MADE A MISTAKE. SOFTWARE BILLIONS CLUB IS NOT A RIP OFF! SORRY FOR THE CLAIM AND MISUNDERSTANDING.

AUTHOR: Me - (U.S.A.)

PLEASE FORGIVE FALSE ACCUSATION'S OF SOFTWARE BILLIONS CLUB. THEY ARE A LEGIT AND GOOD COMPANY TRYING HELP PEOPLE MAKE MONEY AND SAVE MONEY. PLEASE FORGIVE AND IGNORE LAST COMMENT!
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