Report: #1064876

Complaint Review: Online strategies LLC

  • Submitted: Sat, July 06, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, July 08, 2013
  • Reported By: Annette — Phoenix Arizona
  • Online strategies LLC
    351 W washington
    Kearney, Missouri

Online strategies LLC Anthony or Adrian Morrison Lied, fraudulently charged my credit card, didn't cancel when I requested, non supportive, unhelpful, taken advantage Kearney Missouri

*Consumer Comment: Fast Traffic Formula Also By Adrian Morrison

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I went to OnLine Strategies seminar here in Arizona last June 2 and 3rd 2012 and paid the $1k for the weekend class. Then I temporary purchased a packet which cost me $9,000. Most people pay $12,500 so I guess I was lucky. I had 3 days to cancel the purchase and did. I spoke with Megan at phone#866-561-2263 ext# 2190 on 6/6/2012 and she said that someone from quality assurance would call back. Guess what? They did and I told them the same thing "I don't want the packet because I am not computer savvy and can't see it as being profitable. Also, I have been requesting help from the toll free# and no one is complying.  Tyler agreed to cancel my account but not without trying to keep my business by offering me 3 months no problem or worries and he would personally help me.  I called him later that day to make sure my account was cancelled and his phone was disconnected, I also contacted Brock the person who originally roped me in letting me know that he would be there to help every step of the way. [continued below]....

..... His phone# is 802-753-8472. His phone# goes to voice mail.  I felt very frustrated and went to my credit card company Chase and disputed the $9k charge. I sent everything I had and the representative at chase said that I had a great case and that she saw the $9k as being reversed because the company Online Strategies llc didn't prove that I called back and reinstated my account. I was relieved until just before Christmas when I got the charge reversed. I was shocked and didn't know how I was to pay back the $9k.  I have never had this problem before and had to process it. I got my bill from Chase and had until 1/10/13 to make my first installment or pay in full. I became stressed and internalized what this company did to me.  I felt conned and did make an attempt to contact Online strategies and their suggestion since they weren't giving me my money back was to go to Mississippi for the 3 day training. It was on Ebenezer St Belmont, MS 38827. I went and didn't get the AHA moment it says in their video. I didn't make a buck and lost about $100 in 2 days. Then their strategy was to spend maximum of $5 per day to slowly gain success. Guess what, I tried this strategy from leaving there to about 2 weeks ago and guess what I made $0 and lost $5 per day. One of the companies, Mobooka, that I made $7 I never got the money because in very small print you have to make $100 a month before you get paid. So, another disappointment. I tried and didn't succeed. I wanted my money back originally and didn't feel I should have to fight for my rights. They did try to help me with a company in Utah where the person whom called me every week on my schedule 800-860-8068 x 3092 Boyd Wilkerson Professional Marketing International. All he did was preach to me and tell me that if I think and live positively then I will make money. Really? I was disappointed and frustrated because he didn't listen to my concerns nor did he help me to make any money. I did what I was told to do and I want my money back. This company has to be stopped and investigated because there were several couples while I was in Mississippi who paid $25k and wanted out and were told it was too late. One of the couples had no computer sense but saw the glimmer of hope. Unfortunately with all the people who are being roped in and there are only 3-4 staff members to help, there isn't a lot of hours in a day to help those of us who are really struggling. I had a few meetings with their staff in Mississippi and then somehow they quit calling me and didn't respond to my emails. This is poor business sense and I understand with them getting new recruits monthly those who are old are set aside.  It is a shame that I got involved in the first place and regret this huge mistake.  I thought it was handled when I talked to Tyler and instead he must of called and told the office that I want to continue when I blatantly told him I wanted out of the contract. He never gave me a verbal confirmation and I thought that was weird but his response was that he took care of it,,,and didn't. 


Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter,


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#1 Consumer Comment

Fast Traffic Formula Also By Adrian Morrison

AUTHOR: empowerme - ()

I am sorry you are having such a difficult time. I'm having a similar issue with complete lack of customer service response to a far, far less expensive program: Fast Traffic Formula. Seemed to have some good potential content, but much didn't function properly, while other aspects portrayed as supposed "gifts" they wanted copious amounts of money for.

In trying to get my money back, no email responses to my three emails sent, not even automated reference stating they would respond within 48 hours or anything, and my bank was unable to find a reference company which would accomodate refunds under their own policy (such as clicksure and clickbank), but instead, according to them, the details were input manually, so they are investigating, and I'm hopefully getting my money back via their insurance. 

Unfortunately, this is nothing compared to your expenditure. Also, since I am not familiar with your program, I do not know of all of the ways you might possibly find contact information. 

The Faqs, Privacy Policy, all the fine print click-thrus sometimes will provide addresses and phone numbers (mine only yielded email accounts). There possibly might be contact information through your bank.

All I can say is, Good Luck, and I do hope that if you have no other venue, that you might possibly be able to put forth your case to the bank yet again, and that this time your bank truly takes care of your situation. It would surely behoove you to find out WHY they reversed the charges, after all was said and done to begin with, and what the results of their investigation yielded. What will be difficult for you, assuredly, is battling the fact that you've probably passed the warranty/money back guarantee period by now, so your best bet is probably to contact the Adrian Morrison program with all prior attempts at cancellation in hand in order to resolve this...

I would suggest if you are investing into online programs for large amounts that you question your bank upon coverage in such situations. They might have a type of insurance to help out with future purchase issues. It also  helps to print screen as many key steps of any process of purchasing any program which indicate warranties and promises of what they will deliver as possible. I know that's not always easy...but it saved my hiney on a different situation to have all such information on hand.

Not helpful to your current situation assuredly, however :(

I'm sorry I can't be of more help.

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