Report: #1083268

Complaint Review: Global Pro System (Vemma)

  • Submitted: Tue, September 10, 2013
  • Updated: Tue, September 10, 2013
  • Reported By: scammed by GPS — Fairfield Ohio
  • Global Pro System (Vemma)
    1200 S. Brand Blvd.#112
    Glendale, California

Global Pro System (Vemma) Vemma Spoke with Lori,about the program as the more I taked to her I could tell something just was not right. So when we got off of the phone I did some investigating and found out I was right it was a scam,so I called LORI back and told her that I was not interested because I read up on the "program "and that it was a scam she assured me that it was not and I was not buying that and again I said that I was not interested.  Glendale California

*Consumer Comment: GPS is the scam, not Vemma

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So I was told that I did not need to worry because the material was delivered by Fed X and had just noticed that I had given her a PO Box and it could not be delivered there. After I hung up my husband called and told her do not take any money out of our account, she assured him it would not be taken out, because Fed X could not deliver to a Po Box .

now almost a month later we go to our POBox and ther is a package in our box from them delivered from United States Postal Service, well be just wrote return to sender on it and sent it right back. We just found out looking at our bank statement that the money was recently taken out any way after we told LORI the day after the intial phone call that we were not interested. BEWARE THIS IS A SCAM, PLEASE DON'T LET THEM KEEP DOING THIS SCAM, PLEASE REPORT IT


Survey Junkie was in my email so I decided to call ,spoke with Lori about the program, but something did not sound right to me so I did some investigating and found out that it was a scam, so I called Lori back and told her that I was not interested,but after 5 minutes of her trying to talk me out of it,she said ok, then she said well you do not have anything to worry about because I see you gave a POBox and Fed X will not deliver to an POBox.

Right after I hung up my husband called and told her not to take anything out of our account and she assured him that nothing would be taken out,.about 3 weeks later we received a packet in our POBox from them anyway it was delivered from the United States Postal Service not Fed X loike she said ,so we wrote return to sender right away and sent it back. Now it is another week later and we just found out they have just taken the money out of our account anyway. We are in the process of trying to get our money back.BEWARE THIS IS A SCAM!!!!!!!!

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#1 Consumer Comment

GPS is the scam, not Vemma

AUTHOR: Dusty - ()

I stupidly bought into the lies of the GPS team.  They had started out with Herbalife and using the iOffice name.  They later transferred to Vemma and started using the GPS team.  GPS/iOffice moves in on a legitimate company and uses the good reputation of the company to scam individuals who are looking for a home-based business opportunity.  Herbalife and Vemma both offer great opportunities, but the GPS / iOffice group misleads and lies to people who would like to be distributors.  They do this to fool people into giving GPS / iOffice thousands and thousands of dollars with misleading stats on the success of their process.  When some people refuse to use these methods, GPS / iOffice will charge their credit cards for the use of the online office without the "distributors" knowledge or refuse to give prospects the address to return their training packs so they can charge them $39.95.

It took me about 6 months to dig out the truth of all the dirty tricks GPS uses and they hide behind the name of Vemma.  Vemma has a fantastic opportunity and great products that have had very real positive effects on me personally as well as my family members.  I have researched these products and the independent, double-blind, placebo controlled studies verify the effectiveness of their products.

I lost over $10,000 to GPS before I figured out their lies and I have walked away from them.  However, I am now successfully building a valid business with Vemma.  The owner of Vemma is as honorable as the head of the GPS team is dishonorable.  I just hope GPS doesn't destroy Vemma before Vemma figures out what they are doing.

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