• Report: #994608

Complaint Review: TwinPeakProfits

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  • Submitted: Thu, January 10, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, January 10, 2013

  • Reported By: Walt — Ava Missouri United States of America
TwinPeakProfits
Internet United States of America

TwinPeakProfits Deceptive advertising Internet

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Their initial advertisement video talked abou their website. The owner rode around in a limo, picked up two different "strangers" at two different times. He had them input two simple steps into a laptop computer and within 15-20 minutes they were making money.
There was NO money exchanged or discussed. The initial program is $47 to a foreign clickbank exchange which made my $47 become $47.47, and there is a 60 day refund policy. I am sure that I will get my $47 refunded.

When you sign up and start getting involved they start the with the "ad-ons". At first it is initially $297, then if you don't have that it goes to $197 and if you don't have that, then it goes to $97. Then there is an additional "ad-on" which starts at $145 

Now when you go to start working the program there are 3 "training steps" and the first one is the "Training Webinar". I attended it and it lasted about 2 hours. As it turned out it was nothing more than another "ad-on" sales pitch for only 15 people to spend $997 to "earn faster"!
 
Step 2 is to schedule your "one on one" success strategy session. And that turned out to be nothing more than ANOTHER attempt to get $499 to finance the balance of $3800 to have a "professional" manager assist you for 6 months. And if you don't have the $499 then they will take $299. 

So apparently they make money by getting people to pay MORE than what they are led to believe by the initial video. I consider this a highly questionable approach to making money on line and basically a "bait and switch" scheme to get you to pay more money than you were initially expecting to pay.

Then when you go to step #3, to set up Twin Peak Hosting you actually feel like you are getting somewhere, BUT now comes the next glitch. They, of course, recommend a hosting company and use their program to suggest that the best way to get the MOST from the program is to host for a minimum of 2 years, so if you go to their recommended hosting site and check it out, it comes to $199, UP FRONT.....

If I had this kind of money, $2184 to get started, I certainly would NOT need TwinPeakProfits......

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/10/2013 12:25 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/TwinPeakProfits/internet/TwinPeakProfits-Deceptive-advertising-Internet-994608. 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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