Report: #302130

Complaint Review: Premier Solutions

  • Submitted: Mon, January 21, 2008
  • Updated: Fri, August 05, 2011
  • Reported By: Fort Worth Texas
  • Premier Solutions
    2308 Fayetteville Rd.
    Van Buren, Arkansas

Premier Solutions Premier Solutions promised me that I could make $2,000-5,000 a week just by folding letters Van Buren Arkansas

*Author of original report: who are you calling silly?

*Consumer Suggestion: Pay for thoughts

*Consumer Comment: Don't respond to those

*Consumer Comment: How Silly Of You...

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I had recieved an advertisement in the mail back in late August last year. The letter I have read that interested me was that they promised me to make $2,000-5,000 a week. There was a small application to fill out. I put my name address and phone number. There was a description of what kind of level of letters I wanted, for example; mail in 460 letters and get ten dollars for each letter. I had signed up for the highest rank of letters I wanted to fold to get $4,500 a week. I have placed a check for $169. I have recieved the instructions, 460 envelopes, 460 of their advertisements, little white stickers with peoples addresses on it. I have followed the instructions on the small pink piece of paper and did everything it said. One of the things I have noticed was that I have to buy my own stamps and I have also spent $111. I mailed the letters and waited. I never had gotten any response from them or at least some sort of check for the effort I put on to it.

Fort Worth, Texas
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#1 Author of original report

who are you calling silly?

AUTHOR: Elizabeth - (USA)

You know Stanley if that is your real name, I should be calling you a sucker.  You probably at one time got suckered yourself by somebody in your little life.  Nobody's perfect so don't be running around posting down grading comments like that. There's alot of scam artists that gets away with things like this that's why they exists.  Money is lost one way or the other it just happens that's how this cruel world is.  I wonder how would you feel if you were in the same boat as me and somebody who is rude and assuming as you wrote a silly comment to you like that?  you wouldn't like it so don't be calling us victims suckers.  By the way, I do get free lunch thank you very much so that rude thought was very irrelevent.


Forreston TX
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Pay for thoughts

AUTHOR: Momof_2 - (U.S.A.)

I always call these type of scam pay for thoughts, because you pay for what you thought you was going to receive.

If you are in desperate need of income (and who's not) Do Not Send Out Money!

The companies are getting rich off of the checks that are sent to them.

Since you are easily to be scammed there is one that I would like for you to look out for please! Someone will write a letter stating that you have inherit a lot of money. They require a check also before they will send you a check. This one is from another country.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Don't respond to those

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

You'll never see that money. Stanley was a little harsh, but he was right. I wouldn't say you are entirely to blame, but remember the old adage, "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is." They probably had small print somewhere in their ad saying that results are not guaranteed, essentially eliminating any legal liability on their part. Take it as a lesson learned, and never sign up for any get rich quick scheme you see advertised through direct email or the internet.
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#4 Consumer Comment

How Silly Of You...

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

Dear Elizabeth,

I cannot understand for the life of me that there are people out there who actually believe if you reply to one of these work-from-home advertisements where you think they will pay you $2,000 to $5,000 just to work from home, then I guess all I can say is, there's a sucker born every minute.

It's not the scamming con artist I blame, it's you for falling for this BS. $5,000? Don't you realize there's absolutely no such thing as a free lunch?


Weslaco, Texas.
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