• Report: #129866

Complaint Review: Incentive Reward Center, incentiverewardcenter, eMarket Research Group, EMarketResearch, Niu Tech

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  • Submitted: Wed, February 02, 2005
  • Updated: Sun, March 02, 2008

  • Reported By:San Francisco California
Incentive Reward Center, incentiverewardcenter, eMarket Research Group, EMarketResearch, Niu Tech
200 Bristol Court Greenville, North Carolina U.S.A.

Incentive Reward Center, incentiverewardcenter, Rewards, eMarket Research Group, EMarketResearchGroup, EMarketResearch, Niu Tech LLC, TheUseful.com, TheUseful, Consumer Incentive Promotions, EarnFreeGifts ripoff, scam, false advertising, fraudulent, product testers wanted, free iPod, free PS2, free laptop, free $250 gift certificate, Toys'R'Us, marketing research, no response to emails, inaccurate information, no redemption voucher, GetSpecialGifts Internet

*Author of original report: Lawsuit Settled by Florida Attorney General

*Author of original report: Niu Niu Ji Sued by Florida Attorney General!! (NiuTech, JiNius, World Avenue)

*Consumer Comment: I received my products

*Consumer Comment: Another name, comment from the 'manufacturer side'

*Consumer Comment: Another name, comment from the 'manufacturer side'

*Consumer Comment: Another name, comment from the 'manufacturer side'

*Consumer Comment: Another name, comment from the 'manufacturer side'

*Consumer Suggestion: Jinius Corporation LLC

*Consumer Suggestion: Jinius Corporation LLC

*Consumer Suggestion: Jinius Corporation LLC

*Consumer Suggestion: Jinius Corporation LLC

*Consumer Comment: Attorney General

*Consumer Comment: received gift

*Consumer Suggestion: I got my laptop!!!!

*Consumer Comment: Suddenly received a response w/NC phone # above

*Consumer Comment: My experiences with the company

*Consumer Comment: Information for Todd

*Consumer Comment: Information for Todd

*Consumer Comment: Information for Todd

*Consumer Comment: Still need more help????

*Consumer Comment: getting such business information

*Consumer Suggestion: Freeipods.com

*Author of original report: more URLs. SPECIAL FREE GIFT DINNER CAMERA MP3 MP3PLAYER ELECTRONICS FUEL GAS CARD CARDS SOURCE PROVIDER POD OFFERS SURVEY REWARD REWARDS EXPSHOPPERS

*Consumer Comment: Great Job

*Author of original report: More Niu Tech aka and Contacts: freepresentdepot.com, surveyrewards.com, great-offers.net, specialgiftcards.com, hipsavings.com, expertsavings.com, getspecialgifts.com, veryspecialthings.net, dbestdeals.net, Earn Great Gifts, Survey Rewards, Great-Offers

*Consumer Comment: Recently ripped by ipod offer

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Too bad there is not one location/thread here representing the numerous complaints against this scam. So, I've attempted to compile most information here. Feel free to add on to this post by posting a "Consumer Suggestion".

My experience with eMarket Research Group, aka Incentive Reward Center, aka Niu Tech LLC (the "aka"s are probably up the wazoo by now): I completed 5 of the 6 required purchases, but never had this info accurately reflected on their "Redeem" page. Numerous emails to them via their webform were never answered, and no direct contact info for them was ever revealed, except for a Delray Beach address which is apparently a PO Box at a UPS store or something.

Thanks to a previous post on www.ripoffreport.com by Rob in D.C., I filed a complaint with the North Carolina Attorney General's office, speficially with the Department of Jusctice (DOJ), Consumer Protection Division. Within a week of filing this formal complaint, I received the free 40 GB iPod! If enough consumer complaints are filed with the NC DOJ (and the Florida Att Gen), legal action may be taken against Niu Tech and their aka's by the NC DOJ on behalf of consumer protection.

The North Carolina Dept of Justice site:
http://www.ncdoj.com/consumerprotection/cp_about.jsp

Contact info for the NC DOJ:
State of North Carolina
Department of Justice
Consumer Protection Section
9001 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-9001
Ph: (919) 716-6000
Fax: (919) 716-6050

To file a complaint with the Florida attorney general's office, go to the Attorney General's website:
http://myfloridalegal.com/
Click on "Consumer Protection." Then click on "How to File a Complaint or Check on a Business."

Information on Niu Tech LLC, aka eMarket Research Group, etc...
Niu Tech LLC
200 Bristol Court
Greenville, NC 27834

Niu Tech LLC
6001 Broken Sound Parkway
Suite #300
Boca Raton, FL 33433

Emarket Research Group
PO Box 7448,
Delray, FL 33482.

The registered agent for NIU Tech for service of process in Florida is:
Homer P. Appleby,
3245 Saint James Drive,
Boca Raton, FL 33434.
His phone number is 561-997-6484, ext. 123

(Supposedly:)
E Market Research Group Customer Service
14545 J Military Trail #189
Delray Beach, FL 33484

Niu Tech LLC and their aka's "Official Customer Service Number": 1-866-301-7260

Possible Phone or Fax Numbers for Niu Tech and their akas (constantly changing):
1-866-379-8612 (ext. 139)
252-756-0804
561-306-1915
561-843-1552
561-939-6939
561-9559065
561-981-5269
954-337-9221

Possible emails:
usersupport-24860@earn-great-gifts.com
ccshotline@adinfocenter.com
nxj9@po.cwru.edu
jquiroz@marketresearchsite.net

Info about the owners of Niu Tech LLC and further information:
http://www.scam.com/showpost.php?p=14553&postcount=7

More possible contact info can be found here (click on "flourishwellness.com"):
http://www.senderbase.org/?searchBy=organization&searchString=Niuniu%20Ji

Things you can do:
- Please add on more if you find further information.
- Write your own Rip Off Report!
- PLEASE file a formal complaint with either/both the North Carolina DOJ and/or the Florida Attorney General. (See info above)
- Write a quick email to the webmaster or "sales/advertising" contact for the website through which you got to eMarket Research Group (Incentive Reward Center, etc.). In other words, let the website that is advertising this scammy "Free iPod (or whathaveyou)" promotion know that there are many complaints about their advertiser. Refer them to www.ripoffreport.com, or to this post's URL above.
- Inform the promoted businesses from whom you were required to purchase about this site and Niu Tech (aka...)'s scammy business practices. They may eventually take legal "cease and desist" action if enough people complain.
- Start a class action lawsuit! :D
- also, you may want to support www.ripoffreport.com with a small donation in gratitude..!

Good luck to all! Hope this helps and that this scam will be finally put to rest...

Todd
San Francisco, California
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/02/2005 02:18 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Incentive-Reward-Center-incentiverewardcenter-eMarket-Research-Group-EMarketResearch-Niu-Tech/Greenville-North-Carolina-27834/Incentive-Reward-Center-incentiverewardcenter-Rewards-eMarket-Research-Group-EMarketRe-129866. 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 Author of original report

Lawsuit Settled by Florida Attorney General

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

Another article (link below) that celebrates the success of Niu Niu Ji while downplaying the tactics used by his companies to profit from unsuspecting consumers.

It's unfortunate that these articles on Mr. Ji's businesses don't illuminate the seemingly common occurrences of keeping their "customer support line" secret or being totally inaccurate in their tracking and reflecting of the consumer's completion of the required transactions necessary to claim their "free" prize. In other words, I don't think the primary complaint is about the vagueness surrounding the word "free" (as the FL Attorney General's previous lawsuit suggests), rather, the means by which Mr. Ji's businesses continually place their consumers in a position of needing to go above and beyond any reasonable responsibility to protect their own interests. For example, in my own experience, Mr. Ji's business (then registered as Niu Tech, in North Carolina) reported back to the N.C. Dept. of Justice that they would not include their official "customer help line" on their website as they felt it was sufficient that the number was listed in Rip Off Reports (in fact, in the initial report that I had posted!). Customers who shared the experience of not having the number of their transactions accurately reflected back to them via Mr. Ji's businesses would then send the business numerous emails via the website's form (not an email address) and would rarely if ever receive a response. With the 90-day time limit for completing all required transactions, the inaccuracy of Mr. Ji's business' account of the consumer's completion of their required purchases left the consumer in a difficult situation, thus leaving one needing to prove (through faxing documentation, were the consumer savvy enough to save screen shots and other documentation of having completed the necessary transactions) that Mr. Ji's company was in error. And, because Mr. Ji's "official customer help line" was not posted on their website, the consumer would be lost unless they took it upon themselves to Google Mr. Ji's business, by chance read my report on Rip Off Reports, and find the appropriate number by which to contact Mr. Ji's business. That tactic is not doing business ethically, in my humble opinion.

In this way, Niu Niu Ji and his business should be held accountable for unethical business practices. The only missing element is whether or not there was intent behind these methods of separating consumers from their money via the tactics utilized by Mr. Ji; or was it just poor and irresponsible business management? Either way, Mr. Ji should call his next business "BuyerBeware.com".

At least now, Consumer Incentive Promotions has a contact phone number included on their contact page (a revolutionary concept!): (561) 674-9700

Said article:
http://www.onepaper.com/stcroixvi/?v=d&i=&s=News%3ALocal&p=1203138118&f=p
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Niu Niu Ji Sued by Florida Attorney General!! (NiuTech, JiNius, World Avenue)

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

Ah... some sense of justice begins to prevail. :) Every once in a while, I like to keep up w/ the "Free iPod" pseudo-scam and post to ROR when news occurs. Can you believe that this guy gets awarded a Rhodes Scholarship for creating such a huge scam..? Only in America!

A few things:

First, the name of Niu Niu Ji's company has changed to "World Avenue", ne NiuTech, followed by Jinius. They have since relocated, it seems, to the U.S. Virgin Islands (where U.S. laws protecting consumers are probably more, ahem, "flexible"; see the documentary "Life and Debt").

Second, the following link will lead you to an article written about (and almost celebrating) Niu Niu Ji's "accomplishments" of getting the Rhodes Scholarship while also creating a huge network of scam sites that have led to a less-than-satisfactory rating w/ the FL BBB.
http://www.floridatrend.com/article.asp?aID=45145

Third, in addition to any above contact info, its possible you may be able to contact Niu Niu Ji personally if you join the professional/social networking site LinkedIn. This link is to Niu Niu's personal page.
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/0/364/a76

And, fourth, last but not least, the next link and subsequent text are regarding Niu Niu's Company (World Avenue) being sued by the Florida State Attorney General for Deceptive Advertising!! Phew! Only 3 or 4 years since I've been aware of their operations..! Keep filing complaints w/ the FL A.G. when appropriate! Thanks all!

http://myfloridalegal.com/newsrel.nsf/newsreleases/D524FCB6D8B788B485257340004EA48D
Attorney General Bill McCollum News Release
August 23, 2007 en Espaol

Media Contact: Sandi Copes
Phone: (850) 245-0150

Internet Company Sued for Deceptive Advertisements of Free Gifts

~ Lawsuit alleges consumers may have been deceived about requirements to obtain gifts or prizes ~


TALLAHASSEE, FL Attorney General Bill McCollum today announced that his office has sued a Delaware company headquartered in Boca Raton, alleging the company's advertising may deceive consumers about offers of free gifts or prizes. World Avenue U.S.A., LLC, and company chief executive officer NiuNiu Ji are named in the Attorney General's lawsuit, which cites significant problems stemming from the company's internet marketing practices, including concerns that consumers may be misled as they attempt to claim free offers of merchandise.

My office is vigilant about anything that appears to be a deliberate attempt to misinform or mislead Floridians, said Attorney General McCollum. I urge all consumers to be very cautious of any free gift offers. Things that sound too good to be true usually are.

The Attorney General's Economic Crimes Division has been investigating the company, which has operated under the name NIUTech and a myriad of others, since 2006. The investigation revealed that consumers typically encounter the company through e-mail solicitations, internet pop-up windows, or paid advertisements linked to Google and other search engines. The advertisements convey that consumers can receive free merchandise if certain program requirements are met. The Attorney General's investigation focused on determining whether or not the promotional merchandise was actually free, and, if not, determining whether the terms and conditions for receiving the promotional items were clearly and conspicuously disclosed, in a manner which would not be likely to mislead consumers.

After extensive review of the company's promotional offers, investigators concluded that neither the Program Details or Terms and Conditions found on the websites associated with the company's offers clearly disclosed important caveats to the promotions. Disclaimers should have stated that every free gift required the consumer to make one or more cash purchases, that the combined dollar amount of purchases required to receive the gift could exceed the retail value of the free gift. The total cost necessary to obtain the free gift should have also been disclosed. Additionally, the lawsuit cites concerns that consumers were misinformed about the process for obtaining the free prize, including misleading statements about when the process would conclude.

Notice of the Attorney General's lawsuit was sent to governmental authorities in the U.S. Virgin Islands, where Niuniu Ji has relocated. Corporations similar to World Avenue have already been formed in the Virgin Islands, Ireland and Bermuda. The Attorney General was contacted by a government official in the Virgin Islands, who was investigating the businesses' request for various tax incentives. Those requests are currently still under review.

Below is a compilation of names under which World Avenues has been known to conduct business:

The Useful, LLC, Jinius Corporation, Net Radiance, The Useful.com, Emarket Researchgroup, Netprime, Theuseful, Theuseful.com, Earn-Free-Gifts, Get a Gift Online, Online Easter Gifts, Great Gift Rewards, Funny Free Clips, America's Top Brands, Your Smart Rewards, Incentive Reward Center, Superb Rewards, Consumer Incentive Reward, Get Your Free Bracelet, Online Gift Rewards, Premiere Gift Center, Your Exclusive Rewards, Online Mother's Day Gifts, United Opinion Panel, Consumerincentivepromotion, Mychoicerewards.com, Incentivegiftcenter.com, Productopinionpanel.com, 123specialgifts.com, Topgiftincentives.com, Exprewards.com, Myselectgifts.com, Incentive gift center, My choice rewards, Product Opinion Panel, 123 Special Gifts, Top Gift Incentives, My Select Gifts, Program Reward Center, Online Reward Center, Choice Survey Group, My Premium Rewards, American Survey Panel, Online Survey Panel, EMarket Ads, National Survey Panel, Credit for 1 Year, Consumer Taste Panel, Brand Survey Panel, Shield Your PC, National Issue Panel, Smart Gift Rewards, My First Savings Bond, My Great Rewards, Premium Products Online, Consumer Gift Center, Exclusive Gift Center, Exclusive Gift Cards, My Great Incentives, Consumers Choice Rewards, Reward Gift Center, My Cool Rewards, Top Choice Incentives, My Exclusive Rewards, My Supreme Rewards, Premium Holiday Gifts, Reward Center USA, Exp Rewards, Jinius, Free Hot Gifts, I Got My Free Gift, Hot Gift Zone, Online Promo for You.
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I received my products

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

Hi there!

Did you try calling them on the phone or contacting them via eMail? I maintained contact with them the entire time, and even when my vouchers could not be found, I was able to FAX them to them.

I have received a Compaq Laptop and a SLVR cellphone so far. I did the offer for a Nintendo DS last week, and it is out for shipment already.

All I do is keep copies of everything, keep on top of all the offers, and keep in constant contact with the company. They WANT to give you your product.

Sometimes things are backordered and may take an extremely long time to receive. That was the case with the SLVR for me. I had to wait an additional 2 1/2 months beyond what I was expecting. BUT - during the entire time I kept in phone and email contact with them, and they kept me informed and abrest of the situation the whole time. And in the end I was rewarded with my SLVR.

As for items not being properly reflected, all it takes is talking to both the company that you got the offer through and the reward company and explaining to both what you are looking for. Sometimes it takes several months for the offer company's information to reach the reward company.

It is of no fault of the reward company - it is the red tape of the offer company that causes those delays. I have had this experience myself, and once again, the constant communications kept me informed all the time and I knew that 2 of my offer responses for my Laptop would take about 8 weeks to be registered. And in the end, one of them was not - one phone call to the reward company and 2 hours later and the final one was approved.

The reward company will also offer replacement offer choices in case something goes terribly wrong, or you are declined for a credit card, or cannot otherwise complete the offer as required. I had this happen with 2 credit card offers and was able to select 2 alternate offers that worked and were recorded within days.

I have had nothing but positive experiences with them so far. This is all written based on my personal experiences.
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Another name, comment from the 'manufacturer side'

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

I haven't been ripped off directly, but they are using my product to promote their scam via google adwords.

Here is the website currently being used by them
((( link removed by ROR)))

Here is the letter I sent to the several addresses already mentioned in this post (thank you!); will report on the success.
Hopefully this will help someone.

This will be one and only notification of the following request:

1. Remove the following (and any similar) page(s) from your site(s):
(( link removed by ROR)))
2. Do not offer free copies of Algebrator in any shape or form, for which you have no distribution rights. In particular
do not use Google adwords and / or other PPC engines to promote your scam.

3. Immediately remove a stolen Algebrator logo from any of your sites (such as, but not limited to the one below):
((link removed by ROR))

You have 48 hours to comply with this request. If you do not, the following actions will be taken:

1. Filing a formal complaint with North Carolina DOJ, the Florida Attorney General and other similar agencies
2. Filing DMCA report with Google, which will result in complete removal of your adwords account
3. Filing a complaint with your hosting company, which will result in suspension of your account

Other legal action will be brought against your company, when deemed necessary

There is no need for you to reply to this email. You only need to comply with aforementioned request toavoid further action. Believe me, I will be much more trouble than it is worth.
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AUTHOR: Neven - (U.S.A.)

I haven't been ripped off directly, but they are using my product to promote their scam via google adwords.

Here is the website currently being used by them
((( link removed by ROR)))

Here is the letter I sent to the several addresses already mentioned in this post (thank you!); will report on the success.
Hopefully this will help someone.

This will be one and only notification of the following request:

1. Remove the following (and any similar) page(s) from your site(s):
(( link removed by ROR)))
2. Do not offer free copies of Algebrator in any shape or form, for which you have no distribution rights. In particular
do not use Google adwords and / or other PPC engines to promote your scam.

3. Immediately remove a stolen Algebrator logo from any of your sites (such as, but not limited to the one below):
((link removed by ROR))

You have 48 hours to comply with this request. If you do not, the following actions will be taken:

1. Filing a formal complaint with North Carolina DOJ, the Florida Attorney General and other similar agencies
2. Filing DMCA report with Google, which will result in complete removal of your adwords account
3. Filing a complaint with your hosting company, which will result in suspension of your account

Other legal action will be brought against your company, when deemed necessary

There is no need for you to reply to this email. You only need to comply with aforementioned request toavoid further action. Believe me, I will be much more trouble than it is worth.
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AUTHOR: Neven - (U.S.A.)

I haven't been ripped off directly, but they are using my product to promote their scam via google adwords.

Here is the website currently being used by them
((( link removed by ROR)))

Here is the letter I sent to the several addresses already mentioned in this post (thank you!); will report on the success.
Hopefully this will help someone.

This will be one and only notification of the following request:

1. Remove the following (and any similar) page(s) from your site(s):
(( link removed by ROR)))
2. Do not offer free copies of Algebrator in any shape or form, for which you have no distribution rights. In particular
do not use Google adwords and / or other PPC engines to promote your scam.

3. Immediately remove a stolen Algebrator logo from any of your sites (such as, but not limited to the one below):
((link removed by ROR))

You have 48 hours to comply with this request. If you do not, the following actions will be taken:

1. Filing a formal complaint with North Carolina DOJ, the Florida Attorney General and other similar agencies
2. Filing DMCA report with Google, which will result in complete removal of your adwords account
3. Filing a complaint with your hosting company, which will result in suspension of your account

Other legal action will be brought against your company, when deemed necessary

There is no need for you to reply to this email. You only need to comply with aforementioned request toavoid further action. Believe me, I will be much more trouble than it is worth.
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#7 Consumer Comment

Another name, comment from the 'manufacturer side'

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

I haven't been ripped off directly, but they are using my product to promote their scam via google adwords.

Here is the website currently being used by them
((( link removed by ROR)))

Here is the letter I sent to the several addresses already mentioned in this post (thank you!); will report on the success.
Hopefully this will help someone.

This will be one and only notification of the following request:

1. Remove the following (and any similar) page(s) from your site(s):
(( link removed by ROR)))
2. Do not offer free copies of Algebrator in any shape or form, for which you have no distribution rights. In particular
do not use Google adwords and / or other PPC engines to promote your scam.

3. Immediately remove a stolen Algebrator logo from any of your sites (such as, but not limited to the one below):
((link removed by ROR))

You have 48 hours to comply with this request. If you do not, the following actions will be taken:

1. Filing a formal complaint with North Carolina DOJ, the Florida Attorney General and other similar agencies
2. Filing DMCA report with Google, which will result in complete removal of your adwords account
3. Filing a complaint with your hosting company, which will result in suspension of your account

Other legal action will be brought against your company, when deemed necessary

There is no need for you to reply to this email. You only need to comply with aforementioned request toavoid further action. Believe me, I will be much more trouble than it is worth.
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#8 Consumer Suggestion

Jinius Corporation LLC

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

Just an update re: the change of name of NiuTech LLC; the new name is Jinius Corporation, humbly named after the owner of the medusa-like entity, Niu Niu Ji.

Below is also a list of other fictitious business names Niu Niu Ji uses to "do business"...

EMARKET RESEARCH GROUP ?NETPRIME ? ? ? ??YOUR SMART REWARDS ? ? ??INCENTIVE REWARD CENTER ?SUPERB REWARDS ??CONSUMER INCENTIVE REWARD ? ? ? ?GET YOUR FREE BRACELET ??ONLINE GIFT REWARDS ? ? ?PREMIERE GIFT CENTER ? ??YOUR EXCLUSIVE REWARDS ??UNITED OPINION PANEL ? ??CONSUMERINCENTIVEPROMOTIO ? ? ? ?MYCHOICEREWARDS.COM ? ? ?INCENTIVEGIFTCENTER.COM ?PRODUCTOPINIONPANEL.COM ?123SPECIALGIFTS.COM ? ? ?TOPGIFTINCENTIVES.COM ? ?EXPREWARDS.COM ??MYSELECTGIFTS.COM ? ? ? ?INCENTIVE GIFT CENTER ? ?CONSUMER INCENTIVE PROMOT ? ? ? ?MY CHOICE REWARDS ? ? ? ?PRODUCT OPINION PANEL ? ?123 SPECIAL GIFTS ? ? ? ?TOP GIFT INCENTIVES ? ? ?MY SELECT GIFTS ?PROGRAM REWARD CENTER ? ?ONLINE REWARD CENTER ? ??CHOICE SURVEY GROUP ? ? ?MY PREMIUM REWARDS ? ? ??AMERICAN SURVEY PANEL ? ?ONLINE SURVEY PANEL ? ? ?EMARKET ADS ? ? ?NATIONAL SURVEY PANEL ? ?CREDIT FOR 1 YEAR ? ? ? ?CONSUMER TASTE PANEL ? ??BRAND SURVEY PANEL ? ? ??SHIELD YOUR PC ??NATIONAL ISSUE PANEL ? ??SMART GIFT REWARDS ? ? ??MY FIRST SAVINGS BOND ? ?MY GREAT REWARDS ? ? ? ??PREMIUM PRODUCTS ONLINE ?CONSUMER GIFT CENTER ? ??EXCLUSIVE GIFT CARDS ? ??MY GREAT INCENTIVES ? ? ?CONSUMERS CHOICE REWARDS ? ? ? ??REWARD GIFT CENTER ? ? ??MY COOL REWARDS ?TOP CHOICE INCENTIVES ? ?MY EXCLUSIVE REWARDS ? ??MY SUPREME REWARDS ? ? ??PREMIUM HOLIDAY GIFTS ? ?REWARD CENTER USA ? ? ? ?EXP REWARDS ? ? ?JINIUS ?
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Jinius Corporation LLC

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

Just an update re: the change of name of NiuTech LLC; the new name is Jinius Corporation, humbly named after the owner of the medusa-like entity, Niu Niu Ji.

Below is also a list of other fictitious business names Niu Niu Ji uses to "do business"...

EMARKET RESEARCH GROUP ?NETPRIME ? ? ? ??YOUR SMART REWARDS ? ? ??INCENTIVE REWARD CENTER ?SUPERB REWARDS ??CONSUMER INCENTIVE REWARD ? ? ? ?GET YOUR FREE BRACELET ??ONLINE GIFT REWARDS ? ? ?PREMIERE GIFT CENTER ? ??YOUR EXCLUSIVE REWARDS ??UNITED OPINION PANEL ? ??CONSUMERINCENTIVEPROMOTIO ? ? ? ?MYCHOICEREWARDS.COM ? ? ?INCENTIVEGIFTCENTER.COM ?PRODUCTOPINIONPANEL.COM ?123SPECIALGIFTS.COM ? ? ?TOPGIFTINCENTIVES.COM ? ?EXPREWARDS.COM ??MYSELECTGIFTS.COM ? ? ? ?INCENTIVE GIFT CENTER ? ?CONSUMER INCENTIVE PROMOT ? ? ? ?MY CHOICE REWARDS ? ? ? ?PRODUCT OPINION PANEL ? ?123 SPECIAL GIFTS ? ? ? ?TOP GIFT INCENTIVES ? ? ?MY SELECT GIFTS ?PROGRAM REWARD CENTER ? ?ONLINE REWARD CENTER ? ??CHOICE SURVEY GROUP ? ? ?MY PREMIUM REWARDS ? ? ??AMERICAN SURVEY PANEL ? ?ONLINE SURVEY PANEL ? ? ?EMARKET ADS ? ? ?NATIONAL SURVEY PANEL ? ?CREDIT FOR 1 YEAR ? ? ? ?CONSUMER TASTE PANEL ? ??BRAND SURVEY PANEL ? ? ??SHIELD YOUR PC ??NATIONAL ISSUE PANEL ? ??SMART GIFT REWARDS ? ? ??MY FIRST SAVINGS BOND ? ?MY GREAT REWARDS ? ? ? ??PREMIUM PRODUCTS ONLINE ?CONSUMER GIFT CENTER ? ??EXCLUSIVE GIFT CARDS ? ??MY GREAT INCENTIVES ? ? ?CONSUMERS CHOICE REWARDS ? ? ? ??REWARD GIFT CENTER ? ? ??MY COOL REWARDS ?TOP CHOICE INCENTIVES ? ?MY EXCLUSIVE REWARDS ? ??MY SUPREME REWARDS ? ? ??PREMIUM HOLIDAY GIFTS ? ?REWARD CENTER USA ? ? ? ?EXP REWARDS ? ? ?JINIUS ?
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Jinius Corporation LLC

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

Just an update re: the change of name of NiuTech LLC; the new name is Jinius Corporation, humbly named after the owner of the medusa-like entity, Niu Niu Ji.

Below is also a list of other fictitious business names Niu Niu Ji uses to "do business"...

EMARKET RESEARCH GROUP ?NETPRIME ? ? ? ??YOUR SMART REWARDS ? ? ??INCENTIVE REWARD CENTER ?SUPERB REWARDS ??CONSUMER INCENTIVE REWARD ? ? ? ?GET YOUR FREE BRACELET ??ONLINE GIFT REWARDS ? ? ?PREMIERE GIFT CENTER ? ??YOUR EXCLUSIVE REWARDS ??UNITED OPINION PANEL ? ??CONSUMERINCENTIVEPROMOTIO ? ? ? ?MYCHOICEREWARDS.COM ? ? ?INCENTIVEGIFTCENTER.COM ?PRODUCTOPINIONPANEL.COM ?123SPECIALGIFTS.COM ? ? ?TOPGIFTINCENTIVES.COM ? ?EXPREWARDS.COM ??MYSELECTGIFTS.COM ? ? ? ?INCENTIVE GIFT CENTER ? ?CONSUMER INCENTIVE PROMOT ? ? ? ?MY CHOICE REWARDS ? ? ? ?PRODUCT OPINION PANEL ? ?123 SPECIAL GIFTS ? ? ? ?TOP GIFT INCENTIVES ? ? ?MY SELECT GIFTS ?PROGRAM REWARD CENTER ? ?ONLINE REWARD CENTER ? ??CHOICE SURVEY GROUP ? ? ?MY PREMIUM REWARDS ? ? ??AMERICAN SURVEY PANEL ? ?ONLINE SURVEY PANEL ? ? ?EMARKET ADS ? ? ?NATIONAL SURVEY PANEL ? ?CREDIT FOR 1 YEAR ? ? ? ?CONSUMER TASTE PANEL ? ??BRAND SURVEY PANEL ? ? ??SHIELD YOUR PC ??NATIONAL ISSUE PANEL ? ??SMART GIFT REWARDS ? ? ??MY FIRST SAVINGS BOND ? ?MY GREAT REWARDS ? ? ? ??PREMIUM PRODUCTS ONLINE ?CONSUMER GIFT CENTER ? ??EXCLUSIVE GIFT CARDS ? ??MY GREAT INCENTIVES ? ? ?CONSUMERS CHOICE REWARDS ? ? ? ??REWARD GIFT CENTER ? ? ??MY COOL REWARDS ?TOP CHOICE INCENTIVES ? ?MY EXCLUSIVE REWARDS ? ??MY SUPREME REWARDS ? ? ??PREMIUM HOLIDAY GIFTS ? ?REWARD CENTER USA ? ? ? ?EXP REWARDS ? ? ?JINIUS ?
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#11 Consumer Suggestion

Jinius Corporation LLC

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

Just an update re: the change of name of NiuTech LLC; the new name is Jinius Corporation, humbly named after the owner of the medusa-like entity, Niu Niu Ji.

Below is also a list of other fictitious business names Niu Niu Ji uses to "do business"...

EMARKET RESEARCH GROUP ?NETPRIME ? ? ? ??YOUR SMART REWARDS ? ? ??INCENTIVE REWARD CENTER ?SUPERB REWARDS ??CONSUMER INCENTIVE REWARD ? ? ? ?GET YOUR FREE BRACELET ??ONLINE GIFT REWARDS ? ? ?PREMIERE GIFT CENTER ? ??YOUR EXCLUSIVE REWARDS ??UNITED OPINION PANEL ? ??CONSUMERINCENTIVEPROMOTIO ? ? ? ?MYCHOICEREWARDS.COM ? ? ?INCENTIVEGIFTCENTER.COM ?PRODUCTOPINIONPANEL.COM ?123SPECIALGIFTS.COM ? ? ?TOPGIFTINCENTIVES.COM ? ?EXPREWARDS.COM ??MYSELECTGIFTS.COM ? ? ? ?INCENTIVE GIFT CENTER ? ?CONSUMER INCENTIVE PROMOT ? ? ? ?MY CHOICE REWARDS ? ? ? ?PRODUCT OPINION PANEL ? ?123 SPECIAL GIFTS ? ? ? ?TOP GIFT INCENTIVES ? ? ?MY SELECT GIFTS ?PROGRAM REWARD CENTER ? ?ONLINE REWARD CENTER ? ??CHOICE SURVEY GROUP ? ? ?MY PREMIUM REWARDS ? ? ??AMERICAN SURVEY PANEL ? ?ONLINE SURVEY PANEL ? ? ?EMARKET ADS ? ? ?NATIONAL SURVEY PANEL ? ?CREDIT FOR 1 YEAR ? ? ? ?CONSUMER TASTE PANEL ? ??BRAND SURVEY PANEL ? ? ??SHIELD YOUR PC ??NATIONAL ISSUE PANEL ? ??SMART GIFT REWARDS ? ? ??MY FIRST SAVINGS BOND ? ?MY GREAT REWARDS ? ? ? ??PREMIUM PRODUCTS ONLINE ?CONSUMER GIFT CENTER ? ??EXCLUSIVE GIFT CARDS ? ??MY GREAT INCENTIVES ? ? ?CONSUMERS CHOICE REWARDS ? ? ? ??REWARD GIFT CENTER ? ? ??MY COOL REWARDS ?TOP CHOICE INCENTIVES ? ?MY EXCLUSIVE REWARDS ? ??MY SUPREME REWARDS ? ? ??PREMIUM HOLIDAY GIFTS ? ?REWARD CENTER USA ? ? ? ?EXP REWARDS ? ? ?JINIUS ?
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#12 Consumer Comment

Attorney General

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

Hello!

After filing my complaint with the BBB re: NIUTech some nine months ago, I received a letter from the Attorney General a few weeks ago saying that an investigation was underway of NIUTech. I filled out a form they had sent me, got it notarized, and sent it back. It asked me to provide documentation for the purchases I made (I bet NIUTech is wishing they didn't have us print this out to send to them now!)
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#13 Consumer Comment

received gift

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

I had completed an offer with incentive reward center. I received my gift in a promptly manner. There is fine print you don't see. I got information from a man at AOL he said you have to keep AOL for three months before they will honor your reward so I did and it worked. There are also term and aggreements you must meet. I was trying to get a nintendo DS instead they sent the amount that a DS was. Maybe I was a fortunate one but they worked for me just swell.
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#14 Consumer Suggestion

I got my laptop!!!!

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

Thanks so much, Todd for all of the valuable information here. After six weeks, I hadn't heard anything and my offer list wasn't updating, so I called the official customer service line, and left a message. I told them I got the number off of the ripoffreport website (veiled threat!) The very next day, a girl named Summer called me back and requested that I fax my proofs of completion to their number. I did so, and I received my laptop about four weeks later.

Some of the "trial offers" are a little shady, like Jevene Essence of Youth glop. I've heard that it is really hard to cancel the automatic billing. So, what I did was use one check card to complete all of the offers in one day, and then reported the card lost right after. That way, only the "shipping and handling" charges of 3.99-5.99 got charged, and I didn't have to worry about recurring billing. With the Xpert Sattelite dish, I bought the 19.95 dish, I actually wanted satellite TV, so I used a different card. PRINT ALL RECEIPTS. I can't stress this enough. Always print out the emailed receipts!! Every single one! Some of the offers like Jevene and Feel Serenity don't send you emailed receipts, so just save the invoices that are included with your trial offer (I got the samples about a week later) to fax.

I doubt they would've given me my gift if I hadn't called. They make money by ignoring the people who complete the offers and just give up. All in all, the laptop cost me about 20.00 in useless crap trial offers. Not bad at all!
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#15 Consumer Comment

Suddenly received a response w/NC phone # above

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

I have submitted a report as well but must comment on the information that Todd has supplied. I was working of the Florida information only (Consumer Incentive Promotions). I tried the 561 # today and suddenly received a phone call. (after trying many times via email and phone since February).

They said they sent me 10 emails but I have never received any. I am a systems engineer and very technical and know for sure that no mail filter or firewall rejected these emails. I believe they were lying to me.

They said they didn't receive notification of my last 3 offers and asked me to fax them to them this evening.

Their Fax number is:
561-997-1192

Maybe this number can help someone else. Seems like this forum and the advice given has helped but it is truly ashame if these companies only respond after this level of effort and frustration. Lets see if my Apple Ibook will be sent.

Thanks for everyone's help and the excellent venue this site provides!
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#16 Consumer Comment

My experiences with the company

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

Well, I didn't know it at the time, but my first experience with this company came a few years ago when I completed an offer through The Useful's web site to get a $75 Visa gift card. I completed the required sponsor offer and received my card without a problem.

In my second experience, I went to FreeGamesSource's web site to earn a free Xbox. I completed the necessary offers, waited a couple of months or so, and received my redemption email telling me to print the voucher and submit it. I did this last November.

I then waited until January before I checked the status of my gift. Instead of finding it still labelled Pending or upgraded to Approved or Shipped, suddenly I had all three offers yet to do! I emailed them about it from their web contact form and got no response. I tried several more times and was continually ignored. (I even resent the voucher info and numbers to them, as I had printed a copy for myself to save--ALWAYS DO THIS PEOPLE; HAVE WRITTEN PROOF OF EVERYTHING YOU DO!)

It wasn't until I came here to learn about "another" company--more on that in a minute--that I found this report. I filed an online complaint with the attorney general of Florida but waited to do so with North Carolina--you have to snail mail that form. (I figured I'd do that if nothing further happened after this filing.) The NEXT day, I received an email from the company letting me know that I should be patient as they were looking into my account.

I waited some but heard nothing more. I then called the customer service number I found above in Todd's report (Niu Tech LLC and their aka's "Official Customer Service Number": 1-866-301-7260). Although no one answered, I was able to leave a message, and I again told them the information from my voucher form.

That was two or three weeks ago. Monday I came home from work to find a $149.99 check in my mailbox to reimburse me for the Xbox, and a letter saying: "Due to circumstances beyond our control, we were unable to fulfill your gift through our regular sources. Enclosed is a check for the value of the gift you registered for. Please use the check to purchase the product you are due."

For my third experience, I completed the six offers necessary to get a $500 Visa gift card from eMarketResearchGroup (that "other" company I previously mentioned). Although they are sometimes slow or don't always respond, I have had more success with this particular offer. I'd say half the time they've responded to my emails with moderately useful/helpful replies. After a number of emails about three of the completed offers remaining listed as Not Reported, I finally received a message telling me to snail mail the confirmation emails to a provided mailing address and they would expedite the processing.

So, what I have found through all this is that they are not running scams, but they are a poorly run company. I have not found it enough to simply sit back and be patient; you have to keep after them and usually file complaints before you see any real action. They do eventually come through. I would just like to see them be more open, honest, and upfront about the process. If they have few employees trying to do all this and they're swamped, hire more people. Or, if they can't afford to, adjust the wait times mentioned on these web sites to say 4-6 months rather than 6-8 weeks. Have a form message they can send to people if they encounter delays or difficulties to let customers know what's going on. I'll wait until the cows come home if I know that they're still working on it but it'll be a while longer; let me know you haven't forgotten me, aren't ignoring me, and respect me enough to keep me in the loop.
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#17 Consumer Comment

Information for Todd

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

Todd - an address and phone number you have listed for NiuTech is incorrect. This is notice to any one reading the NiuTech posting that Switch and Data is the company at 36 NE 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132, (305) 374-2167, not NiuTech. Please post this CORRECT information as soon as possible. Consumers are reaching Switch and Data when they call this number, not NiuTech.

P Rimas, Switch and Data
Tampa, FL
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#18 Consumer Comment

Information for Todd

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

Todd - an address and phone number you have listed for NiuTech is incorrect. This is notice to any one reading the NiuTech posting that Switch and Data is the company at 36 NE 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132, (305) 374-2167, not NiuTech. Please post this CORRECT information as soon as possible. Consumers are reaching Switch and Data when they call this number, not NiuTech.

P Rimas, Switch and Data
Tampa, FL
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#19 Consumer Comment

Information for Todd

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

Todd - an address and phone number you have listed for NiuTech is incorrect. This is notice to any one reading the NiuTech posting that Switch and Data is the company at 36 NE 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132, (305) 374-2167, not NiuTech. Please post this CORRECT information as soon as possible. Consumers are reaching Switch and Data when they call this number, not NiuTech.

P Rimas, Switch and Data
Tampa, FL
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#20 Consumer Comment

Still need more help????

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

Todd,

Thanks for all your great info. I too wrote a letter to both the Florida and North Carolina Attorney General's about three weeks ago and have heard no response from Consumer Reports or from either state. Should I continue calling the Attorney's General's office??? I continue emailing the Gift status site on the consumer report website and of course no response. It still reads that I have two more purchases to make even though I did them over a month ago. Is it really possible that Discover Card and Xoom.com haven't reported my transactions? Thanks again for all the info and help. Any further help would be greatly appreciated. I'm expecting a new Motorola V3 cell phone and have been using my broken phone for over two months now with no light...It's driving me nuts!!!!

Sincerely,
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#21 Consumer Comment

getting such business information

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

Hey Todd, you found lots of great information for these businesses--how did you do it? I'd like to get mailing/office address and phone number information for a couple of internet businesses. While they are legitimate, their sites don't provide any other way to contact them beyond web forms, and they've either been slow to respond or haven't done so at all.

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#22 Consumer Suggestion

Freeipods.com

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

Wow! There is some GREAT information listed above. My question though...does anybody have any similar information about Freeipods.com or Gratis Network? I am having all kinds of problems with them. Thanks!
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#23 Author of original report

more URLs. SPECIAL FREE GIFT DINNER CAMERA MP3 MP3PLAYER ELECTRONICS FUEL GAS CARD CARDS SOURCE PROVIDER POD OFFERS SURVEY REWARD REWARDS EXPSHOPPERS

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

Thanks, Eric and Francisco, for your additions above.

Apparently, TheUseful.com / Niu Tech LLC / etc., have PLENTY more websites that they run. So far, the sites currently being used are just the tip of the iceberg... I'm not sure how to find out all of them, but found a list on another site that i will also include here:

http://members3.boardhost.com/BobCatHOH/msg/1715.html

Also check this site out - maybe you all can find out more about them and their numerous URLs than can I:

http://www.senderbase.org/search?whichOthers=%2F27&searchBy=organization&searchString=3117.NIUTE

Thanks to BobCat, I guess?!

The other URLs that this company uses:
CLAIMYOURCAMERA.COM
DBESTDEALS.NET
EATOUTFREETODAY.COM
EATOUTONUS.COM
ELECTRONICSPRESENT.COM
EXPERTSAVINGS.COM
EXPSAVINGS.COM
FREECAMERAONUS.COM
FREECAMERAPROVIDER.COM
FREECAMERASOURCE.COM
FREEDINNERPASS.COM
FREEDINNERSOURCE.COM
FREEDVDDEPT.COM
FREEDVDTODAY.COM
FREEELECTRONICSCENTER.COM
FREEELECTRONICSDEPOT.COM
FREEELECTRONICSONUS.COM
FREEELECTRONICSSOURCE.COM
FREEENTERTAINMENTSOURCE.COM
FREEENTERTAINMENTTODAY.COM
FREEFOODPROVIDER.COM
FREEFOODSOURCE.COM
FREEFUELCARD.COM
FREEFUELCOUPON.COM
FREEGAMESSOURCE.COM
FREEGASONUS.COM
FREEGASPROVIDER.COM
FREEGASSOURCE.COM
FREEGIFTCARDPROVIDER.COM
FREEGIFTCARDSOURCE.COM
FREEGIFTPROVIDER.COM
FREEGIFTREWARD.COM
FREEGIFTSOURCE.COM
FREEMP3PLAYERPROVIDER.COM
FREEMP3PLAYERSOURCE.COM
FREEMUSICTODAY.COM
FREEPODSOURCE.COM
FREEPRESENTDEPOT.COM
FREERESTAURANTPROVIDER.COM
FREERESTAURANTSOURCE.COM
FREESHOPPINGPROVIDER.COM
FREESHOPPINGSOURCE.COM
GETAFREEDINNER.COM
GETYOURFREEDVDS.COM
GIFTCARDPRESENT.COM
GIFTELECTRONICS.COM
GREAT-OFFERS.NET
GREATWEBMASTER.COM
HIPSAVINGS.COM
HOMEIMPROVEMENTONUS.COM
MP3PLAYERPROVIDER.COM
MP3PLAYERSOURCE.COM
MYFREEDINNER.COM
MYFREEMP3PLAYER.COM
MYMP3PLAYERSOURCE.COM
MYPODPROVIDER.COM
SPECIALGIFTCARDS.COM
SPECIALGIFTREWARD.COM
SPECIALGIFTREWARDS.COM
SUPERSWEEPSCENTER.COM
SURVEYREWARDS.COM
SWEEPSCENTER.COM
THEUSEFUL-16.COM
THEUSEFUL-19.COM
VERYSPECIALTHINGS.NET
YOURDVDPLAYER.COM
YOURFREEDINNER.COM
YOURFREEGASCARD.COM
YOURFREEGASCARDS.COM
YOURFREEMOVIEPASS.COM
YOURFREEMP3PLAYER.COM
YOURFREEMUSICCDS.COM
YOURFREEPENCAM.COM
YOURGASCARD.COM
YOURGASCARDS.COM
YOURMP3PLAYER.COM
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#24 Consumer Comment

Great Job

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

Hey Todd,

Thanks for your hard work. Like other people, I felt little hopeless after not receiving any response from this company. Because of your work, I think countless people will be able to receive the gifts they were promised by this company.

After reading your story, I filed a complaint with NC and FL DOJ's on Feb 9th, 2005. It'd be great if I could get my Ipod within a week like you, but my first priority is to ensure that this scam does not harm rest of the society.

Also, for others who are trying to file a complaint, I think writing an actual mail will carry more weight than an email or a phone call. Actual mails force companies/offices to respond.

As soon as I receive any type of response from this company, I will post it on this website.


Eric
LA, CA

PS From what I heard from few of my accountant friends, applying for a credit card can actually lower your credit score. So, for those that applied for credit cards to fulfill their offers, a class action lawsuit for not receiving the Ipod or any other item can carry a bigger punitive damage than simply not receiving an item.
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Just some more info on Niu Tech and their subsidiaries. Just as an FYI, a response from Niu Tech LLC via the NC DOJ who mediated for me, suggested that they (Niu Tech) will not consider putting their customer service hotline on their website, as they consider it sufficient that it is on ripoffreport.com! If you call their customer service number, please also consider filing a formal complaint as mentioned above. You represent a small percentage of consumers who have even bothered to research this company in order to find their "official" customer service number on this website. As such, it is important that you also represent those many others who continue to be ripped-off and left helpless, so that those in an official position of power (not so much the consumer) can take action and reprimand such shady business practices. Niu Tech's many sites attempt to disempower the consumer by withholding important (and basic) information, such as their own "official customer service hotline".

Once you call their hotline, they know that the only way you got it is from THIS site. They also know that you will find info here on filing a formal complaint w/ the NC and FL att generals. They do not want this to happen. So, as a representative of 100s of other ripped off consumers, you would behoove the community at large were you to also file a formal complaint. I think it's horrible that after months of these reports, the business scam can still continue unchecked! Does that seem fair?

Thanks for the just consideration!

The name of the actual business proper is: Niu Tech LLC

A P.O. box for Niu Tech in NC:
NiuTech
P.O. Box 20007
Greenville, NC 27858

Another address in FL:
NiuTech
36 NE 2nd St
Miami, FL 33132
Ph: (305) 374-2167

A P.O. Box for Earn Great Gifts:
Earn Great Gifts
PO Box 244285
Boynton Beach, FL 33424

(possibly for specialgiftcards.com)
New Domains
PO Box 9965
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33310


Possible staff phone numbers:
(561) 843-1552
561-756-6808
954-337-9221
(305) 374-2167


Possible emails:
pr@companywebmaster.net
@staff.theuseful.com
yklyukin@staff.theuseful.com (tech)
noc@staff.theuseful.com
support@staff.theuseful.com
support@earn-great-gifts.com
support@expertsavings.com


Parallel Domain Names:
www.freepresentdepot.com
www.surveyrewards.com/
www.great-offers.net/
www.specialgiftcards.com/
www.hipsavings.com/
www.expertsavings.com/
www.getspecialgifts.com/
www.veryspecialthings.net/
www.dbestdeals.net/
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#26 Consumer Comment

Recently ripped by ipod offer

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

I too have recently been taken by the free Ipod offer from emarket research group. My local Fox news station reported the offer as being legitamte. After reading these reports I can see that I am not the only one. I have already posted a complaint with the Florida DA. Thanks for your help.
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