- Report: #1081104
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Complaint Review: Insant Rewards
Insant RewardsCharlotte, North Carolina USA
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*UPDATE Employee: Seven day "test" run!
*UPDATE Employee: Instant Rewards is Legit
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Re: Weekend special - I hour of phone work - $50 Martin McCauslin (Charlotte)
Please watch out for this company and agent listed below they are involved in a bait and switch.
The company is called instant rewards and they ask you to sign up for free or a dollar or two to earn credits but then the company that you sign up for the free trail charges you for the main service and then refuses to refund the money.
I signed up for 1 dollar for a free 7 days test run but then was charged 32.95 and when I caught them they refused to take it off and instant rewards refuse to reimburse as well.
It's a scam to get around saying there are no upfront fees they just hide the fact until they ripp you off. For me I was lucky I only sign up for 1 because they wanted me to sign up for.
The scammers name is Martin McCauslin and the company website http://instantmoneynetwork.com/homepage.php?user=instantreward100
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/02/2013 02:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Insant-Rewards/Charlotte-North-Carolina-28277/Insant-Rewards-Instant-Money-MarkerMartin-mcCauslin-Credit-card-free-trails-creditreport-1081104. 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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