Report: #226497


  • Submitted: Wed, December 20, 2006
  • Updated: Mon, June 29, 2009
  • Reported By: godfrey Illinois
    6520 W. 110TH ST. Suite 202,
    Overland Park, Kansas

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

Do not fall for this Scam!!! They sent me numerous E-Mails containing virus that download you info to them. Block all E-Mails from them ASAP. Besides being charged for getting a job, I was lucky because tyhe first 45 minutes I was on auto dial I was put through to a Business that the lady's friend I talked to had worked for them.. She told me EVERYTHING!! 45 minutes of my time and alot of virus on computer was all it cost me.

I would not give them my CORRECT Bank Account #'s so I am out ZERO. I knew it sounded like a scam, so I played them like they play everyone else. Maybe next time everyone will LEARN "DO NOT GIVE OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION TO NO ONE"!!!

godfrey, Illinois
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#1 Consumer Comment

ok then...

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

dare i ask how you managed to get around the $40 background check?
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#2 Consumer Comment

Health Insurance?

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

Sounds like a PONSI scheme to me. You probably avoided the $39 fee by scamming others out of their $39. Just a guess here. A member in good standing with the BBB? All you have to do to be a member in good standing is to pay your dues. The BBB is as trustworthy as J.D. power and associates which, has been backing one of the worst home builders in the country.

Be very careful, if this is a PONSI scheme YOU might be cought up in the sweep.
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#3 UPDATE Employee


AUTHOR: Momof3boys - (U.S.A.)

I am a current employee of ASP and have been for a few months now. I do agree that they should not charge a fee. The fee is now $39 and they say it's for a background check. BUT there are ways of not paying the $39. That is not the only way to join the company and the other way is free! I work p/t and make a decent amount for me to stay with the company. The Dental plan they offer is legitimate and does save people alot of money. I never got any emails or virus's from working for them. Everything can be done on their website. I have my pay deposited into a prepaid credit card. So the work is legitimate, the pay is real and so is the plan they offer. They are also listed as a member in good standing with the BBB. I made sure I checked that.
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#4 Consumer Comment

ASI - National Healthcare Discount - thieves

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

My ELDERLY parents were deceived into giving their bank account # for a prescription plan they never got anything in the mail for. I discovered by looking at their bank statements that they kept getting recurring $99 charges routinely. I found out who these people were from looking up their name and gave their # to my mom to stop this so-called service. She called the # and there was an answering machine. She left a message that she no longer wanted them to take money out of her bank account and that she did not want any services. The recording said someone would call her back. Of course, nobody ever did. My parent's bank was notified and they eventually got two of the MANY $99 charges returned on the account. The bank has put a stop on any further withdrawals from this company, yet they still attempt to withdraw the money. My mother ended up having to switch banks to keep from losing any more money.

ASP or National Healthcare Discount Plan will switch their names around each time so if you stopped it, they could send a check under a different name.

Whatever you do, NEVER EVER give out your bank account # to these people. This has gone on for about 3 years before anybody ever figured what was happening. My mother vaguely remembers someone calling and telling her she could save money on her prescriptions by applying for this plan, and of course, being a gullible person, she did give them the info, but she never received anything in the mail about it, so she figured nothing ever happened.

Again, ASP, National Healthcare Discount Plan is A BIG SCAM!
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#5 Consumer Comment

I agree this company not worth time of day

AUTHOR: Check It Out - (U.S.A.)

So, at first glance it seemed that there could be about 50/50 chance that this was real, i was kinda bored, so i gave it a shot. The first thing that really got my attention was the online video you watch about the company. If you notice the gal on the tape keeps saying ASI but the video shows ASP. I thought humm... how weird, then in only one part of the video they used ASI. I then contacted ASI (or ASP?) a woman answered the phone she asked me if i had seen the little online video. She then asked me a series of questions, my name, address, phone number and email. Then she asked me what i had done in the past and that was the end of the "interview" LOL.
I was given a 800# for a 30 minute conference call the next day and i picked the time when i would join in.
When I called it turns out to be some prerecorded 10 min speech about what the health plans, the cost, compensation and the job description. Once again the person on the recording couldn't remember if the company was called ASP or ASI they used both during the recording. It didn't seem like too much of a work at home job, because you have to start out promoting their plan or buying into it yourself.
SO after hearing an earful, i checked out the BBB for the ks area. On the health plan website for the ASI there is a BBB icon, in hopes of making them seem trust worthy. Turns out they are not registered and furthermore, have changed their name about 3 times from what i can tell. ASP had a good rating, ASI had not report because the report was being updated and NHCD had a terrible report! Between all that and never getting thru on the phone to talk to my "career path adviser" this ASI, aka ASP, aka NHDC or whatever other acronym they are known for is just another scam to take advantage of good people what want to work from home.
Good luck! And if this job has somehow worked for you, I'm guessing that you must be a slimy scammer yourself.
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#6 UPDATE Employee

Stop slandering ASI/ASP!! Show proof before you speak out!

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

I am a current employee with the company ASI now named ASP. I have worked for the company for over 4 months and I get a paycheck every week! Even better, now it's direct deposit ;)
When you come to work for ASP we inform you that you will make between $100-$500. We do not guarantee a set amount as we do explain that you will make money if you work! If you don't work then you won't receive a paycheck. And I am willing to bet that every one of you that have posted a negative report, are the people that come on board and expect to sit back and do nothing thinking that we'll never know you aren't working and you will still receive a check! Sorry we know. It takes a motivated and customer service oriented kind of person to have the drive and desire to work from home. It isn't easy some days. You're tempted not to work because you ARE at home. Your TV is there, the fridge with 24 hour access. It's easy to become distracted by other things rather then work!
The advancement opportunities are very real! I myself have advanced into many departments in my short time with the company. I commit myself to the work and enjoy it. My paycheck is very rewarding and I do make that $100-$500 paycheck mark.
The company does not MAKE you pay for anything to work for them. You can work and earn a paycheck without ever spending a dime. What most of you are confused about is that the BENEFITS!! package we offer is required. It's NOT required. It is as it's called, a benefits package. As an associate of ASP you can enroll in any of our three plans and you will receive a discounted price for being an associate. But they are NOT REQUIRED to work for the company! As for an 18.95 phone activation fee??!!!! Nice job pulling that number out of thin air. Think about that for a moment. We're going to tell you, you have to pay 18.95 for us to activate your phone in order to work for us.....What's to activate? Your phone already works!!
Also, you said that you gave the wrong account information so you wouldn't be charged....well if you decided to sign up for one of the plans then yes you would give your account information and had you done that with a false number it would have kicked it back immediately and you would not have been enrolled and in your case you're stating, you had to purchase it in order to work for the comany. Lets think about that for a moment. If you HAD to purchase the plan in order to work for the company and you used the wrong information and it kicked it back, you would not have been able to work for the company!! But you just stated that you were making calls on our auto dialer!!!! How could you do that if you didn't pay this so called sign up fee??? Because you do not have to pay to work for the company. There is no 18.95 activation fee and you are angry because you most likely didn't want to work! You are one of those people that figured you could just get by with doing very little work and get that $400 paycheck that you said you were promised! By the way, we don't promise you will make a set paycheck because we know about people like you! If you want that $400 paycheck then work for it like the rest of us do.
Oh, and all of the emails we send out are scanned for virus's! You most likely received your virus from a site you shouldn't have been on ;)

ASP is the greatest thing to ever happen to me. I am a mother to a 2 yr old and wife to a fireman. I enjoy being with my son all week and seeing him learn new exciting things that I wouldn't see if I was working the normal 9-5 job out of the home. I encourage anyone that is seriously wanting to work from home to visit and see for yourself how great the opportunity really is. Stop listening to people that are either upset because they were fired or upset they didn't make $400 after finding out it wasn't an easy ride and they would actually have to work for it like the rest of us!

Thank God for ASP healthcare.
And if you want a really great health savings plan, cell phone or need some excellent dental/vision coverage, check us out!! As low as $13 a week for the entire family!!
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#7 Consumer Comment

Too Bad I didnt pick up on that

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

Hi Sam, I unfortuantly fell into this trap with the company. I worked for them for several months and never got paid like I was suppose too. When you leave the company you have to send in a request to get your $19.95 back that you pay when you start,(within 30 days). Well, I sent mine in and never got my money back.

I am aleast glad one of us on here didnt fall into there mess.

Merry Christmas!
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