Complaint Review: Radio Airplay aka Jango
Radio Airplay aka Jango DO NOT SPEND 1¢ WITH THIS SCAM COMPANY - THEY ARE RIPPING OFF ARTISTS WORLDWIDE Internet
*General Comment: no money earning only credits
*General Comment: Jango - Radio Airplay Complaint Rebuttal
*Consumer Comment: SCAM
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Panet 13 and Jango
*Consumer Comment: What kind of messaging are you using?
*Consumer Suggestion: Which email are you using?
*General Comment: Jango RadioAirplay law suit.
Federal 410 Anti-Trust Question
It is our opinion, the conduct below violates a number of laws within the Business and Professions Code.
The following alleged facts are made against Radio Airplay, (aka) Jango and their ongoing internet radio airplay scam. The sole purpose of this internet “pay to play” scam is about one thing and one thing only; separating you from your money. They prey on unsuspecting musicians, bands, artists, record labels and others, by swindling them into paying money for internet “radio airplay.” The false and misleading claims are clearly stated on their website, www.radioairplay.com.
The truth is, there is no real value or legitimate service to the musicians, bands, artists, record labels and others, that are deceived into believing they will achieve more fans and greater name recognition.
To the already struggling musicians, bands, artists, record labels and others who fall for this shady scheme, it all seems fine and well, if you're willing to pay this company money, for what Radio Airplay, (aka) Jango claims to be “radio plays” to “listeners worldwide.”
The problem is, they don't have listeners worldwide, they have an intricate and elaborate scam run by a vast array of computers and servers programmed with interactive “bots.”
A bot (derived from the word "robot") is an automated or semi-automated tool that carries out repetitive and mundane tasks; in this case acting as “listeners” of their scam radio program.
Radio Airplay, (aka) Jango, knowingly, willingly and intentionally accepts money from artists all over the globe, who are deceptively misled, into believing their music will be played to “real listeners” who will ultimately become “fans.”
This bogus claim could not be farther from the truth which makes for a very sad turn of events for anyone suckered into thinking this will actually broaden and help their career.
It's unfathomable and outright pathetic to think that this company takes money under false pretenses, from artists and musicians all over the world, who are subsequently duped into thinking they will gain actual recognition from this fraudulent scheme.
This sadistic and very sophisticated operation is also endorsed and promoted by other high profile “music companies” on the internet, such as CD Baby, Sonic Bids, Tunecore and others.
The complaint we are posting here to bring awareness, to consumers, artists, musicians, record labels and all other entities that are falsely misled and believe they will realize any such gain from the egregious behavior set forth by Radio Airplay, (aka) Jango.
We would also like to point out and make it very clear, that this is not a vindictive plot against this company. The reality is we personally conducted a very expensive and targeted “radio airplay” campaign, in which we paid to them $4000+ dollars.
Our band, Planet 13 paid over $4000 to this company and did not receive one, (1) return email or one, (1) purchase from over 100,000 “radio plays.” We also took the liberty of trying to contact these so called, “fans” through our direct email service and not one, (1) person replied. The bot system is only in place to fool you into thinking you are being played to “real people with heartbeats.”
We want to prevent artists from ever giving this company one red cent, as well as helping those who have already been taken by this scam company. Our goal and intentions are to bring this long running and highly profitable scam to an end.
We have put together a very effective and perspicacious plan in place, that will hopefully do just that.
We are currently drafting summaries for the FBI internet fraud division, FCC, BBB and other pertinent internet crime divisions, designed to help combat this illicit and highly illegal internet fraud.
It is our opinion that the statements made by Radio Airplay, (aka) Jango and their affiliates are deceptive, misleading, manipulative, unfair, fraudulent and violates a number of laws within the Business and Professions Codes.
Please join us to bring awareness to other artists and lets make this happen. If you've fallen victim, or know somebody that has been scammed by Radio Airplay, (aka) Jango; please contact us at: www.planetthirteen.com to let us know.
We want to help you obtain a judgment against this company and be awarded any and all funds that were taken from you by this company under false and deceptive pretenses.
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