• Report: #509071
Complaint Review:

EZ Profit - EZ Money Coaching - EZ Dollar Club

  • Submitted: Wed, October 14, 2009
  • Updated: Wed, October 14, 2009

  • Reported By: Ripped off — Perrysburg Ohio USA
EZ Profit - EZ Money Coaching - EZ Dollar Club
ezdollarclub.com Internet United States of America

EZ Profit - EZ Money Coaching - EZ Dollar Club - EZ Money System when you follow the link to the website This company advertised making money from home and the charge for the information was to be $1.97 but then put through charges to my bank account for "Super google" of $78.14 and an "exchange fee" of Internet

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J. In Perrysburg,

I saw an ad for an easy work at home business through "EZ Money Coaching" where you only have to work a few hours a day and can make easy money just doing some simple data entry.  It seemed cheap enough at right under $2.00 to get the information on how to work this system and make money from home.  I got the e-mails to set up my account and those came through for "ezdollarclub.com" then when you click the link it takes you to a web page that says "Ez Money System."  After looking over the information I realized was ripped off as it is pretty much just showing you how to make money with ad sense marketing.  I decided it was a lesson learned but wasn't concerned since I didn't spend much money on it.  I figured I just would not sign up for anything further and forget about it.

Then when I saw my bank statement they had charged me an additional $78.14 for "Super goolge" and an additional charge of $2.19 for an exchange fee.  I guess that is because the con artists are in Panama City or least the money goes there.  I went to my bank to try to remove the charges and was told they are related to the EZ Profit system in TX that I signed up with.  I was told to call a phone number to cancel my account and get a refund.  Miraculously when I called the number and demanded my money back I was told how I called the right number but had the wrong office and that somehow their calls were being routed to them.  Quite convenient and unbelievable!  I was told this as soon as I demanded my money back. She went on to say the phone company is working on it and to call back in a few days to see if it was straightened out. 

These con artists should be stopped.  I did NOT sign up for these charges nor was there anything on the website to indicate that I would pay any more than the $1.97 charges which I do not dispute. 

Do not sign up for anything with these web sites/company names.  They are ripping people off.

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