- Report: #1025028
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Complaint Review: World Wide Web Who's Who
World Wide Web Who's Who498 Hemstead Turn Pike, Union Vale, NY,11556 Internet, New York United States of America
World Wide Web Who's Who Wants $700 for Platinum Lifetime Level, $500 for 5 year Gold Membership but is expecting $99 now for year membership. They promised an Editorial will be published with my accomplishments, goals. A w Internet, New York
I get a certificate to hang on my wall to proudly display to my clients, a professional editorial about my accomplishments and goals. My name and contact info will be published so other business women in this select group will know how to contact me.
I will have a web page and be able to use their logo on my advertisement products to show my recognition.
Now if I want a lifetime membership, the platinum level, that is $700.00. For 5 Years the gold membership is $500.00.
I said I couldn't do it so they are expecting $99 for a year and I can move up later. She said I would only have this one chance at the selection committee and didn't want me to miss out.
I informed her I wasn't giving a credit card number so she settled after a lengthy discussion, for a $99 cashier's cheque. She will be doing a follow up. Not on my cell as I live in Ontario.
Sounds impressive, but I need local clients and I don't think there are many local business women listed if there is such a program.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/07/2013 11:47 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/World-Wide-Web-Whos-Who/Internet-New-York-11556/World-Wide-Web-Whos-Who-Wants-700-for-Platinum-Lifetime-Level-500-for-5-year-Gold-Mem-1025028. 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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