I too was suckered into the Amazon and Casino website package and filled out a home based business info survey online, which is how they contacted me. They were very convincing, and told me it was a risk free investment, and that I would get back the money I spent plus 5% after six months if I don't make back my initial investment in that time frame. I figured I didn't have anything to lose, and I used my student credit card so that I could cancel it in case I found out later it was bulls**t. I spent $447 on the package, which included "voice inhancements" for my websites that would guarentee more people to visit my websites. I normally wouldn't have even listened to the guy but I was bored at work and he was convincing like I said. It was very sketchy....I was talking to a girl who said she had just graduated high school, and the second I must have seemed reluctant, another guy named Amel Cole chimed in and said he had been listening in the whole time to make sure the girl was doing her job or whatever, and I was like oh hello...
After researching it when I got home, I found dozens of complaints on here about people who did the exact same thing that I did. I already contacted my credit card company and have been temporarily refunded until further investigation. I need to send in a letter to the credit card company with evidence of the scam and the woman said I should be refunded permanently. I havn't even recieved my "package" from TRG but as soon as I do I am throwing it in the trash. They told me that I would not have to spend any more money other than that $447 to start earning anywhere from $400-$800 in my first month. The complaints I read said that they then tell you to spend more money to even advertise the sites. This whole thing is ridiculous, and I don't understand how this is legal and how this company is still running. There are some real shitty people around, especially ones trying to take advantage of stupid college kids like me. Don't fall for it. The only way to make money in this world is to work for it.
West Chester, Pennsylvania