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Complaint Review: The Results Group

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  • Submitted: Thu, March 01, 2007
  • Updated: Thu, March 01, 2007

  • Reported By:Caledonia Michigan
The Results Group
3219 E. Camelback Road, #838 Phoenix, Arizona U.S.A.
  • Phone: 800-226-3150
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  • Category: Internet

The Results Group, Ripped me off royally, even had a payback guarntee Phoenix Arizona

*Consumer Suggestion: Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C.,

*Consumer Suggestion: Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C.,

*Consumer Suggestion: Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C.,

*Consumer Suggestion: Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C.,

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I was told I had to wait 6 months if money wasn't coming in, there would be money back refund of a certainn percent. Zilch cant' call confienly there ios no phone number in service. I was scammed BAD. Remember when it sounds to good to be true, It usually is.

Linda
Caledonia, Michigan
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C.,

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

Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C., an Arizona Limited Liability Company, Edward R. Longoria, individually and as a manager of The Results Group, L.L.C., and Amber R. Halvorson, individually and as a manager of The Results Group, L.L.C., Defendants (United States District Court for the District of Arizona)

Civil No. CV 06 2843 PHX JAT, FTC File No. 062 3205

http://www.ftc.gov/os/caselist/0623205/index.htm

December 12, 2006

Complaint for Injunctive and Other Relief
Temporary Restraining Order Freezing Assets and Providing Equitable Relief, and Order To Show Cause
Why A Preliminary Injunction Should Not Issue


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The FTC today announced nine new cases:

The Results Group Working out of a boiler room in Phoenix, the operation charged between $99 and $599 to build and host Web sites affiliated with the Web sites of Fortune 500 retail companies such as Amazon.com and Overstock.com. Consumers would make money when those retailers paid commissions for sales made through the consumers' Web sites. In fact, the large retailers were unaware of any such affiliation, and consumers made no money. The FTC charged that the operation falsely represented that purchasers would receive substantial income as well as substantial assistance from an expert staff, and used false and misleading statements to encourage consumers to buy the business opportunity.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C.,

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

Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C., an Arizona Limited Liability Company, Edward R. Longoria, individually and as a manager of The Results Group, L.L.C., and Amber R. Halvorson, individually and as a manager of The Results Group, L.L.C., Defendants (United States District Court for the District of Arizona)

Civil No. CV 06 2843 PHX JAT, FTC File No. 062 3205

http://www.ftc.gov/os/caselist/0623205/index.htm

December 12, 2006

Complaint for Injunctive and Other Relief
Temporary Restraining Order Freezing Assets and Providing Equitable Relief, and Order To Show Cause
Why A Preliminary Injunction Should Not Issue


===============================


The FTC today announced nine new cases:

The Results Group Working out of a boiler room in Phoenix, the operation charged between $99 and $599 to build and host Web sites affiliated with the Web sites of Fortune 500 retail companies such as Amazon.com and Overstock.com. Consumers would make money when those retailers paid commissions for sales made through the consumers' Web sites. In fact, the large retailers were unaware of any such affiliation, and consumers made no money. The FTC charged that the operation falsely represented that purchasers would receive substantial income as well as substantial assistance from an expert staff, and used false and misleading statements to encourage consumers to buy the business opportunity.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C.,

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

Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C., an Arizona Limited Liability Company, Edward R. Longoria, individually and as a manager of The Results Group, L.L.C., and Amber R. Halvorson, individually and as a manager of The Results Group, L.L.C., Defendants (United States District Court for the District of Arizona)

Civil No. CV 06 2843 PHX JAT, FTC File No. 062 3205

http://www.ftc.gov/os/caselist/0623205/index.htm

December 12, 2006

Complaint for Injunctive and Other Relief
Temporary Restraining Order Freezing Assets and Providing Equitable Relief, and Order To Show Cause
Why A Preliminary Injunction Should Not Issue


===============================


The FTC today announced nine new cases:

The Results Group Working out of a boiler room in Phoenix, the operation charged between $99 and $599 to build and host Web sites affiliated with the Web sites of Fortune 500 retail companies such as Amazon.com and Overstock.com. Consumers would make money when those retailers paid commissions for sales made through the consumers' Web sites. In fact, the large retailers were unaware of any such affiliation, and consumers made no money. The FTC charged that the operation falsely represented that purchasers would receive substantial income as well as substantial assistance from an expert staff, and used false and misleading statements to encourage consumers to buy the business opportunity.
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C.,

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

Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. The Results Group, L.L.C., an Arizona Limited Liability Company, Edward R. Longoria, individually and as a manager of The Results Group, L.L.C., and Amber R. Halvorson, individually and as a manager of The Results Group, L.L.C., Defendants (United States District Court for the District of Arizona)

Civil No. CV 06 2843 PHX JAT, FTC File No. 062 3205

http://www.ftc.gov/os/caselist/0623205/index.htm

December 12, 2006

Complaint for Injunctive and Other Relief
Temporary Restraining Order Freezing Assets and Providing Equitable Relief, and Order To Show Cause
Why A Preliminary Injunction Should Not Issue


===============================


The FTC today announced nine new cases:

The Results Group Working out of a boiler room in Phoenix, the operation charged between $99 and $599 to build and host Web sites affiliated with the Web sites of Fortune 500 retail companies such as Amazon.com and Overstock.com. Consumers would make money when those retailers paid commissions for sales made through the consumers' Web sites. In fact, the large retailers were unaware of any such affiliation, and consumers made no money. The FTC charged that the operation falsely represented that purchasers would receive substantial income as well as substantial assistance from an expert staff, and used false and misleading statements to encourage consumers to buy the business opportunity.
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