- Report: #1138207
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Complaint Review: Multiview
Multiview7701 Las Colinas Ridge Suite 800 Irving, Texas USA
Multiview Telemarketing scam (boiler room style) and email spam business Irving Texas
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So here is what Multiview does:
They either send you an unsolicited/spam email or call you at your office. Basically they want to get someone who has no experience in the advertising business but who has the ability to purchase an ad of less than say $1000. They are going to tell you that whatever industry you are in they have an 'association' website that will be perfect for you to advertise on. They DO NOT tell you that the association pages is basically a fake website with no human traffic at all. That is VERY important b/c if your ad goes on a webpage that will never be seen, you might as well just light the money on fire.
VERY unethical compay to say the least. They know what they are selling will give you NO return on investment at all. If you have ever seen that show American Greed on CNBC, this is one of those types of companies they profile. Would not be shocked if the entire company ends up in jail.
Folks, if you are reading this it means you are doing due dilligence on Multiview..Do not give them a dollar! Trust me you will not get any traffic to your site, no sales at all, nothing. Use Google ads or Facebook ads, they actually work.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/11/2014 07:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Multiview/Irving-Texas-75063/Multiview-Telemarketing-scam-boiler-room-style-and-email-spam-business-Irving-Texas-1138207. 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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