• Report: #825108

Complaint Review: thewebtrafficwizard.com

  • Submitted: Thu, January 19, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, January 19, 2012

  • Reported By: Dan — Fresno California United States of America
828 Lakeside Terrace Palm Harbor, Florida United States of America

thewebtrafficwizard.com scott Selling Bogus Guaranteed Signups, Illegally Entering Leads Into People's Programs Without Consent Palm Harbor, Florida

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First, I purchassed an order of 1000 guaranteed signups for $899.00 because it was a good deal on November 4, 2011. I have his website saved and can show where their guarantee states that the guaranteed signups were not incentivised to sign up, and that they were real people signing up on their own. When the signups began to sign up for my free program, I noticed that the ones from thewebtrafficwizard were coming in alphabetical order (last name). I immediately emailed scott (owner) to ask him to pause the campaign until I found out why this was happening, because from what it looked like to me was that these were leads bought for a low price and were being stuffed into  my account from a list manually (the alphabetically ordered names is what gives them away.)

It turned out after a day or so, Scott said that it was my system that was placing them in that order (It's still quite clear in my backoffice where you can see the names began coming in alphabetical order) and denied it. I proceeded to ask for a refund, but was denied. I filed a dispute with netspend (my cc) and they investigated it (somehow) and accepted scott's word over mine. He provided NO PROOF that the order was completed, but I have proof for the whole world to see if needed.

I was denied a refund, and was told to take this up with the merchant. I tried everything, from cancelling the dispute (only to re-open it after the order just stopped and was never completed )even though the guaranteed signups were all bogus.) Nothing.

I have all the email correspondences, receipts, a copy of their website at the time of the purchase, receipts, and can also provide access to my backoffice to prove otherwise. Even though the leads were bogus, I only received around 250 out of the 1000. They were supposed to deliver within 1 month or they are guaranteed to give your money back! It's been over 2 months. The system of mine either verifies by mobile number or email. None have responded to my emails, and all the numbers that I call are out of order or wrong.

As a seasoned network marketer, It is obvious that Scott and his company are purchasing dirt cheap , outdated leads, and stuffing hem into unsuspecting customers' programs and making huge profits at the same time. I would like to provide all the evidence but this form would not support all my details. Please let me know if you need the finer details.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/19/2012 09:29 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/thewebtrafficwizardcom/Palm-Harbor-Florida-34683/thewebtrafficwizardcom-scott-Selling-Bogus-Guaranteed-Signups-Illegally-Entering-Leads-I-825108. 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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