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  • Submitted: Thu, June 14, 2012
  • Updated: Mon, September 10, 2012

  • Reported By: Blazeboy — Southern California United States of America
dailybreadgivers.com
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dailybreadgivers.com Robert Hollingsworth Dailybreadgivers.com not all its cracked up to be, Internet

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I wish there was more on this company when I signed up, but there wasn't so I'm adding it now. Robert Hollingsworth is just one of the many who are part of this scheme.  They say that you can make thousands a week on a work-at-home business.  They advertise on Craigslist and some of them have websites.  It's just an internet version of envelope stuffing.  They claim its legit, but they don't allow you to ask questions, and will quickly get you off the phone, if you question too much.  The idea is that you go on these many websites to set up your 'referral account.' 

Once that has been set up, you then find out what your job really is.  The training system is set up so that you basically go sign up people to do what you just did.  You are not marketing to consumers, you are trying to get people hooked on the "work from home" idea so they can then get people to do the same.  It's not providing a service...it's just a loop.  I didn't go any further once I realized this, but now I'm going through the hassle of closing these accounts I signed up for and cancelling all these trial memberships.  

I've already been in a heated dispute from creditreport.com for a 'extra' charge I didn't sign up for.  I tried to cancel another product, but you have to send the extra produce back within 3 weeks of cancelling and I haven't received it yet.  Its just a hassle, and dishonest IMO.  I haven't had 'fradulent' charges on my credit card yet, but I have a long list of timelines and processes to get my card off these other offers or I might be charged up to $180.  

Just trying to get more people informed than I was when I signed up.   

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AUTHOR: trader40 - (United States of America)

Daiybreadgivers is most definitely not a scam. You do get paid daily for REFERRING people to use trial offers for products or services that they can try for free or basically nothing. Big name Fortune 500 companies such as Wal Mart and Directv and Netflix would not associate themselves with any scams. This is just one of the many ways they market their products and services besides TV and radio advertising. No one has to keep any offer past the trial period and no one has to sign up for any offers they do not want. The point is to TRY the service out. If by the end of the trial period or before, you are free to cancel. No fuss. No muss. Those who get tangled up with trying too many offers to reach some level are shooting themselves. Every person can easily keep track of the offers they tried and the cancel date which each company will happily give you in their terms and conditions. Referring people to try a product or service for free and getting paid is not for everybody but it is definitely not a scam. 
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