I fell into this scam as I was preparing to leave my full-time job in search for part-time employment. I found TRG's "work from home" ad on the internet and it was listed as "clerical" work from home.
I filled out the required information on the site and within a few days received a call from a representative. When I realized that this was a "sales" program I indicated that I was not interested but of course, the salesman told me all that I needed to hear and before I knew what happened I had given him my credit card in order to pay for the $149 to pay for the 6 month hosting fee for my website.
The next day I received a call from Mark Moses who was to be my personal coach. Mark told me that in order to guarantee that I made the most money possible that I needed an agressive advertising campaign. He somehow talked me into paying $3,900 for advertising. How stupid could I be? Well the answer is VERY!
I wish I had known about ripoffreport.com back in June when I fell for this stupid ploy. I have never felt like such a fool. When I read the submittals of others that have been the victim of TRG I most identified with Karen from Cow Hampshire, NH. Like her, if my husband had any idea that I had gone behind his back and taken $3,900 of OUR money, he would more than likely divorce me. He is all about honesty and for the last four months I have been living a lie. I just wanted to be able to bring in some money from the "wonderful" "no fail" opportunity that TRG promised.
I strongly recommend that anyone stay away from TRG. They are only about one thing-taking your money.
Elk Park, North Carolina