• Report: #1062531
Complaint Review:

Pin Cyclone Software Scam

  • Submitted: Thu, June 27, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, June 27, 2013

  • Reported By: Bob — Wallingford Pennsylvania
Pin Cyclone Software Scam
Internet USA

Pin Cyclone Software Scam AKA Jani Ghaffor AKA Jani GMoney AKA Jani G/Chuck Sterling/Digital River Inc/SWREG/CardQuery/PinYourInco Software scam plus fraudulent c Internet

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Pincyclone scam -Jani Gifford aka Chuck Sterling

My first mistake was I bought a product from these guys for $39. It didn't work. Then I received a promotinal webinar for a special software product that would fool Pinterest for $800. This was followed by fraudulent charges to my credit card of $500.

I still can't believe how they sucked me in. Here's how it is done. They show a webinar claiming how Jani G makes $29,000 per month on the internet using a software tool. They demo exactly what they do. They show how they Coached one of their other clients who did exactly what they suggessted and that person was now making $4,000 per week. 

The promise is that they would Coach you on exactly what to do and if you were one of 12 people to sign up that night they would give you a thirty day money back guarantee. I was willing to put in the effort and I decided to follow their examples- exactly how they were presented rather than try to invent my own approach. My logic was once I proved to myself how this works I could branch out and sell other products.

They suck you in with stories of how they live on the beach and their foreign accents are captivating. These are scammers at their best.

Next week was a training video on how to set up the system. I did exactly as I was told and couldn't get the software to work. I sent my problems to Chuck Sterling at the support center who pointed out several errors. After a few more attempts I finally seemed to get this to work properly. About two weeks have gone by. So far I do not suspect a scam.


As I continue to run the software everyday I am beginning to have people follow me on Pinterest however there is no revenue (orders) coming as promised. I take screen shots of everything I am doing and say I would appreciate Coaching on what I was promised on what I am doing wrong. They continue to respond by email however many of the responses are just repeats of what they sent before. I began to get concerned but really didn't suspect a scam. 

Now 30 days were expiring, I ran all the software as instructed and although I have many more people following me on Pinterest I still have no revenue. I request a refund and this is where I began to get real suspicious. At first they asked a few questions. Like how many clicks have i had on my offer. I said 22 and no offers. They said well you will need about a 1,000 clicks before you begin to see substantial revenue. Not only was that the first they mentioned this, I asked why I haven't even gotten one offer just to prove this works.

They flat out refused the refund. I said what about the four Coaching sessions I was promised on the webinar that would help me make at least $4,000 per week. They said the training webinars are the Coaching sessions. They said we can't possibly give each person individual support. To date there have been three training webinars.

I finally decided to place an order by buying the offer that I was promoting. I wanted to see if I had set it up properly. The offer was trial for a weight loss program for $4.95. Imagine my surprise when I saw my credit card had five fraudulent charges of $500 billed to Cafe Janae.

I have reported this scam to my bank and to the FBI in hopes that these scammers are prosecuted. In the meantime please do yourself a favor and don't get involved with them. I get roughly one email per day from them for new products that are going to make me even more money. What a joke. Unfortunately te joke has been on me.



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