Report: #148164

Complaint Review: Mailer Profits Inc.

  • Submitted: Fri, July 01, 2005
  • Updated: Mon, December 04, 2006
  • Reported By: winterville Georgia
  • Mailer Profits Inc.
    16275 SW 88th Street PMB 302
    Miami, Florida

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I want everyone to know just what a rip-off this so - called company is that offers false hope to many of us who can use extra cash to pay bills. I personally feel like a big fool because I found myself caught up with wanting to make extra cash, so I send this company a personnal check for $46.00 which suppose to be refunded after the first 250 envelopes are processed. WARNING !!! Never send any money to a company that does not have a phone number, e-mail address or any names listed on the application for you to get in touch with when you have questions! Also, never believe that employment is for real if your not asked to fill out a W-2 form claiming your taxes! This is a must for employment in the U.S.A.

I can't believe that I got caught up in a rip - off skeem. Most of my friends and family consider me pretty intelligent since I'm a mother of two daughters, age 45, and have a Doctors' in Biology. I learned my lesson so please dont fall for the lies and misleading employment offer of these bad people. I want them caught and punished for cheating many people!

winterville, Georgia
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#1 Consumer Comment

I got

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

I got the imfamous yellow letter today. Sure, it's a scam. The way it is written makes me wonder if a room tempearture I.Q. exists collectively between these clowns. All the grammatical and spelling errors it what I mean. " don't worry about being asked to stuff chain letters, pornographic material or anything illegal.....we are an honest company..."
If the deposit is reimbursable then why bother having a start up fee to begin with? And yeah, a PO Box to mail to, no email address or phone numbers are definite signs of trouble. Cheers!!
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#2 Consumer Comment


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

i just got the yellow letter in the mail today. and i have to say that i was pretty excited when i read it. i was going to try and get my best friend in on it too. weve been looking for a way to make money at home so we could be with our kids. but i thought it was strange that there was no contact inormation on gthe letter. so i checked it out and found out it was all a scam. than ks for letting me know.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Same scam

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

I got the same yellow letter in the mail a couple days ago, when I opened it I just layed it down and figured I'd read it later. I read it tonight and I was actually thinking about doing it, but I couldn't find a phone number so I wanted to research it. I found this site and I'm so glad I did. The only difference, mine was asking for $47 and that I would be reimbursed $40. I guess since more people are catching on they had to up the price a little bit. Thanks a lot for posting this!!!
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#4 Consumer Comment

Thanx You !!!

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

I got this yellow letter aswell and my husband made me research this so called company first before sending any money, and then I found your report along with many others. You did a good thing and I thank you. Just remember the world is round, this person will get a bite in the a** eventually.

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#5 Consumer Comment

Just got the yellow letter

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

I just got the yellow letter in today. I've reviewed the comments listed here but all that was said was "I got ripped off" or "I'm glad I didn't do it". How did you get scammed? Did you not get your money back, or the kit or what? I definitely see the concern in sending money to someone you are unable to speak to, but how exactly were you scammed?
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#6 Consumer Comment

I can't believe this scam is still around.

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

I grew up in the fifties and that scam was in the back of every magazine. Hard to believe it's still raking in the bucks. Another popular one is the Government auction scam, so don't fall for that one.
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#7 Consumer Comment

So glad I saw this. I got a letter today from this company.

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

I am so glad I found this site. I too got this yellow letter today. I thought it was very strange that they were asking for money yet there was absolutely no contact info for actually talking to a live person. Plus, I thought it was strange they didn't accept credit cards. This is probably because they know that if its a case of fraud people can file reports with their credit card companys. There is no tracking if you pay cash.
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#8 Consumer Comment

Glad I checked this out

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

I just got this in the mail today and I am glad I checked this out. I have been looking for some extra income as well to pay some bills. I read the whole flyer front and back but when I got to the bottom of the letter and they were asking for $46.00 as "A show of good faith", I thought I had better chck it out since there was no phone number on the letter itself. Carolyn, I am sorry that you were scammed, but I am glad you posted this so that other people could be saved from being victimized by this company.
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#9 Consumer Comment

envelope stuffing for money

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

this is just a comment. I received the same yellow letter stating they will pay $ to stuff envelopes after the refundable $46.00 was sent.
My first thought was cool, i'll send it right now, exept I had run out of stamps and I didnt want to send a personal check and needed to get a money order. I was not alarmed at all or even thought I would not hear from them again after i sent my money. Why you are asking? I remember back in the 80's an older girl use to do this. I remember going to her house and seeing a bunch of envelopes and colored papers oraganized and being stuffed in envelopes. She was doing this to pay her way to church camp. So, since i was familiar with this type of make money at home deal I just assumed it was good. The only person I have read that acutally sent money and got scammed was you. I was ready to send the money and figure if I lost $46.00 oh well. but now that I came across your complaint I know it is a scam and will not be doing it. Kinda bummed actually. Well I did learn something, that there should be a phone number and web address. (duh, didnt think of that either)
So, thank you. I just saved myself some money!
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