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Complaint Review: USA Supreme Technology Inc.

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  • Submitted: Thu, February 17, 2011
  • Updated: Tue, March 15, 2011

  • Reported By: Joe — Stockton California United States of America
USA Supreme Technology Inc.
1500 E, Thomas Rd Internet United States of America

USA Supreme Technology Inc. Primetime Marketing Solutions (Fraud) scam me for $18,000 on 4 credit cards for advertising on a distributorship/ anti- car theft alarm. (false promise) Internet

*Consumer Comment: READ THE FINE PRINT

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Fellow defrauded distributor

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USA Supreme Technology Inc. ripped me off for $19,243,00 . I was contacted by phone and given their pitch I declined at first but they kept calling me and persuaded me to purchase their Finger Print Anti-theft car alarm kit for $1,243,00 they sent the kit, then kept calling until they convinced me to purchase $18,000,00 in advertising charged to four (4) of my credit cards said this was their ultimate package and this would be the only advertising that I would ever have to do. that they had distributors making over $100,000,00 with this package. When I mentioned the state of the economy, I was told not to worry because they had people getting rich in this economy, and I would  get rich also.  I told them that I could not make the payment on that much on my credit cards Sean Powers told me that in about two months I would receive about $42,000,00 to pay my credit cards off and after that I could expect a minimum of $12,000,00 to $18,000,00 per month there after. That was 11/08 I have not received a penny yet. I asked for my money back. and was told that no promised was made in writing or otherwise from anyone from their company, and that no reasonable person would expect a $42,000,00 return in two months on an unproven product in this economy. that my money is being used for advertising until it is used up. and that no promise of refund was made. I was told to read my invoice fine print at the bottom of the page. These jokers should be locked up and the key thrown away. Prying on poor innocent peoples. I told them in the begining that I was retired and on a fixed income. I was told tha my fixed income days was over, yea right, now I am in debt broke and poor instead of rich like they said I would be.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/17/2011 02:34 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/USA-Supreme-Technology-Inc/internet/USA-Supreme-Technology-Inc-Primetime-Marketing-Solutions-Fraud-scam-me-for-18000-on-696362. 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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#1 Consumer Comment

READ THE FINE PRINT

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

 Here we go again, you did not read the fine print of the contract you signed, again I SAY YOU SIGNED,  that is why none of you will ever see a dime of what you paid them. Another person trying to get rich quick and just signed your life away without reading what YOU SIGNED it is your own fault
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#2 UPDATE EX-employee responds

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AUTHOR: Debbie - (USA)

It is with great sadness that I read your report-  I have a similar story to yours which I have posted and updated over the last 2 years.

I have contact with 14 fellow distributor that are in the same shoes as you, and 3 of those victims found me via the previous post I made on Rip-off-  if you look you will find my contact info.

Try filing a report at www.ic3.gov    Fellow defrauded distributor Tim P found this site.  We sent our complaints off in the last 2 days.

Sadly everything I have tried so far to get help getting even a portion of my money back has always met with a dead end - but I never give up trying.  What worries the most is the people that don't post here to tell how this company has injured them.

Of the 14 distributors I have contact with, not one of us have made a penny and our calls and concerns either go unanswered or are met with one excuse after another.

It is funny that you mention monies to be made-  they told me that distributors were making a minimum of $5000 a month and if you did their advertising program it was $10000 a month or more- now they tell me that there was never any mention of monies to be made - that that would be illegal.

Please know at this point if you are reading this and gave this company any monies you can pretty much bet you just lost your shirt and for that I am sorry.  If you were smart enough to check here 1st - run as fast as you can from these guys- there is no money to be made only heart ache!
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