• Report: #969324

Complaint Review: dynamic premium incentives

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  • Submitted: Wed, November 14, 2012
  • Updated: Sun, December 23, 2012

  • Reported By: russell — islip New York United States of America
dynamic premium incentives
p.o. box 6308 woodbridge, Virginia United States of America

dynamic premium incentives i paid $140 for air and hotel. then i was sent a certificate, i have to pay $65 for processing. i want $140 refunded woodbridge, Virginia

*Consumer Suggestion: Missed The Red Flags

*Consumer Comment: dynamic premium incentives

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  i was mailed a postcard offering free 3 day 2 night hotel and air fare if we attended a sale seminar. attended the seminar and received the vouchers in order to activate we were charged $140 which i paid. then i was sent a certificate which they wanted $65 more for a redemption fee for processing. i asked for my $140 back and they said no

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Missed The Red Flags

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

1) No physical address shown on the website, just a PO box.

2) Domain registration started in May 2012. Is only a 1-year registration.

3) Website lacks any real info. Real companies like to show off their management team. Scammers don't

4) A Google email address. The scammers traditional calling card.

5) Web site was 'canned', probably an overnight job by some high school kid.

6) No phone number listed.

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AUTHOR: Marilyn S. - (United States of America)

I had a similar experience. We had sent $70 and all we got was a piece of paper saying we need to send them $150 per person + $60 for processing all for 2 nights "gift" after attending a presentation.  Scam.
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