- Report: #1069942
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: The Women's Information Network
The Women's Information Network192 Lake Breeze Rd. Saratoga Springs, Utah USA
The Women's Information Network The WINPaula Fellingham Working for Paula Fellingham - Review Saratoga Springs Utah
*General Comment: The WIN Version of Helping the Women of the World
*General Comment: Unfounded and Erroneous Statements
*General Comment: Answers to a confuses and misguided individual
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There is no doubt that Paula Fellingham once had a great vision. Having worked for The Women's Information Network or "The WIN", I saw that vision as being one that could really help women around the world. The problem is that Paula Fellingham makes promises of money that she can't keep. I was excited when I was offered a position with The WIN and told that I would get paid "as soon as the money came in". During my time there, Paula met with investor after investor who she claimed "really got The WIN". Except no one ever invested and I never was paid for the full time work that I did. Each week it was another promise, and each week I waited (and the entire team waited) in vain. In the meantime she flew to India, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore...to attend her Global Women's Summits because she promised that she would be there. The attendance of those events was less than 50. Instead of paying her employees, she traveled the world by using the money that she received by selling spots on her now defunct "eTV for Women" program.
Paula has hired many people who know how to build and run a business. She has not allowed any of them to do the job she hired them to do. She owes hundreds of thousands of dollars to employees and investors. And when someone who has left The WIN tries to warn other people about the scam that Paula Fellingham is conducting, she accuses them of being slanderous and threatens them with legal action. She accuses them of trying to hurt The WIN, when in reality, they are trying to warn other people to stay away and not invest time and money.
Paula Fellingham has been running The Women's Information Network for the past four years on nothing but promises and bad debt. Lawsuits have been filed and action is being taken. She continues to move forward, claiming to help women, but instead creating events where she can be the center of attention. In spite of the fact that she owes so many people so much money, she is currently promoting a huge event in Los Angeles called "The WIN BIG Event". She is continuing to advertise programs on The WIN that don't exist, created by women who are no longer associated with The WIN. Her numbers of people going to the website are exaggerated. During my time working for The WIN, we never sold a single membership, program, or ticket to an event from The WIN website in spite of Paula's claim that the website had "500,000 to 1 million unique visitors per month.
As someone who was in the trenches working for The WIN, I recommend that if you are considering working with The WIN, investing with The WIN, or being any part of The WIN, that you do due diligence. I think that what you will find is a great idea built on a very shaky house of cards that has no chance of succeeding - unfortunately because of Paula Fellingham's choices and decision about running the business. The WIN as a company is a fraud.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/25/2013 07:35 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Womens-Information-Network/Saratoga-Springs-Utah/The-Womens-Information-Network-The-WINPaula-Fellingham-Working-for-Paula-Fellingham-Re-1069942. 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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