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1, Report #908544
Sep 20 2017
10:33 AM
creditmakeover.biz - Business Builder Enterprises Internet
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Entity: Internet, Internet
2, Report #891924
Sep 20 2017
10:36 AM
Business Builder Enterprises Acess Business Credit  Creditmakeover.biz *Scam Alert* 5 Reasons why myself an Attorney was scammed *Business Builder Enterprises Scam* San Diego, California
5 Reasons I was SCAMMED outright by this Business Builder Enterprises and Extreme Business Credit Makeover Program. I own a very small firm with myself and one other attorney and didnt want to spend time building business credit for my law firm and corporation; you would think that after all of my education I would have done at least a little more due diligence. I can report to you that after wasting 9 months, several thousand dollars on products I absolutely dont need, and countless valuable hours my firms corporation had its business credit ruined by this SCAM Extreme Business Credit Makeover Program.  I would like this scam shut down permanently and will follow several other means to do so. I have done a lot of research on this and now do have good business credit after undoing this bologna and doing it myself. I would like to give you 5 reasons you should not only get your money back that these criminals have stolen from you with nonsense and lies, but additionally procure every single dime on any and all purchases you made from these vendors as I have. I paid the $399 up front and made about $1250 worth of worthless purchases only to have my firms files flagged by DNB and my Experian Business Scores ruined. All of this money you, if you have done the same, I will instruct on how to get back in addition to helping me shut this scam down. 1.       When I do some due diligence on a company I take into account mainly what others say about the company and any testimonials. There were several hundred of these with a 5 star rating and although I thought it suspicious that they were all so short and very indirect, I thought that no company could have actually faked hundreds and hundreds of them. Upon looking into it further, of course after several months of wasted money and time, I became suspicious. The ratings this company gives itself are flat out lies and fake. You can see for yourself if you read them, things like Excellent Phone Company!! I have since found out these are very easy to fake and pay for and trick the system by using companies based in India. On further investigation not one of the 895 testimonials as of this writing could I find that were real, but rather either fake or a ploy during the sign up process I presume. I would never give a company a 5 star rating if I had no idea if they deserved it. Needless to say I do a LOT more looking at testimonials now. SO thats 1, hundreds of fake testimonials, it is why and how I was conned into this. 2.       Pitney Bowes, Key Bank, Home Depot MasterCard, and all of the supposed No PG credit grantors do not exist. The Pitney Bowes part was the most frustrating part; they do not offer any credit card anymore whatsoever and have not for over 5 years. It was a TOTAL waste of time and money with this stupid machine in my office for all of those months. 3.       I found online that this site was actually a copy of another site by a marketing company that specialized in online branding and reputation. So here was the key to it all, thats how this basic e-book was able to get me to shell out $400 and waste 9 months and another $1200 for things I did not need. They were experts at taking anything and no matter how shady and making it look real. Upon further investigation I actually did find this company they copied (I in no way represent or recommend them these are just facts) and did find the proof in black and white; that yes they had indeed downloaded their site in 2008 along with their member site. This marketing scam created Creditmakeover.biz and actually knew nothing whatsoever about building business credit and was a marketing scam company that even stole their content. The company they stole their content from went on to tell me that the information was so hideously outdated, aforementioned cards, and just about everything else about this makeover program was now useless and has been since 2008. 4.       Business Builder Enterprises is a scam period. It does not work more than anything but a gas card. No matter how you look at it if you are reading this and you have joined this program your heart rate is up now because you know as well as I do that you have wasted a TON of money and time on this and it got and/or will get nowhere. Just pure and simple its a scam that you and I bought into.  There is not a single REAL client I am convinced that after 6-12 months would say ANYTHING otherwise. These guys even put fake testimonials on these ROR threads. I am calling them out point blank. As a purchaser of this product or program and as an attorney my personal opinion is that without any question whatsoever Extreme Business Credit Makeover and Business Builder Enterprises has thousands of very, very angry people with a Pitney Bowes machine and no business credit cards. Thats right I challenge that not even one single Visa or MasterCard or anything more than these Uline accounts, we have all wasted hundreds of thousands on. 5.       Lastly, the second I said this was a scam to them, that there were no aforementioned NO-Personal Guarantee credit cards, that I had spoken with the company they had copied their site from, that it was outdated and irrelevant, that they were just a marketing company that sold an old e-book they IMMIEDIATLY not only offered to give me my money back I paid them BUT ALL of my vendor purchases equaling the $1200. Trust me I really do not care about that, what I do care about is that my Experian Business Credit was ruined with inquiries, and I had to pay my CPA $7500 to submit the proper financials and almost file a lawsuit with DNB to take me out of being red flagged as a frivolous credit builder because I followed the advise of this scam. The bottom line is this; if you joined Business Builder Enterprises Scam get your money back ASAP exactly as I have, how? Post here and let them know you will do it again, just like Mark did and trust me you will get every dime back, but do it now. It is my sincere goal as a class action specialist and attorney, as I have spent my entire life taking down scams and entities that hurt and kill people, that this can be done without litigation and the old fashion way. Simply get the word out... Extreme Business Credit Makeover, Business Builder Enterprises, and Creditmakeover.biz is a SCAM and a Rip-Off and each and every testimonial is a fraud and simply not real.  Lastly I am still completely confused as to how this scam got an A+ BBB but knowing this is a marketing company that specializes in online reputation and fake con programs like this; I suspect they did something very shady there also. Either way I will look a lot deeper than the BBB (And their fake testimonials!) next time (maybe they are not to blame, BBB that is, as they cant know of every scam that is out there. Business Builder Enterprises and The Extreme Business Makeover Program is a SCAM! They cost me Thousands and need to be shut down before they SCAM anyone else! Tell them Mark said they were a scam and if they dont like my personal opinion here and elsewhere and yours they can sue meJ I would love to get paid to shut them down after wasting my time and money. Get your money back you ASAP, I suspect there are thousands of us out there, dont feel dumb get even. You dont have a Visa/MC Credit card for your business because they dont exist so shut this SCAM DOWN with me.
Entity: San Diego, California
3, Report #588153
Sep 20 2017
10:34 AM
Business Builder Enterprise  - creditmakeover.biz  SCAM WARNING!!! This FAKE site stole my credit card number and wont stop charging it!!  Internet
BE warned I have dound out that this website is a cut and paste site of another service. They scammed me out of hundreds of dollars and offered NOTHING!! Thye sent our some forged letters thretening to ruin my business credi and would nt stop charging my credit, whatever you do DON'T GIVE THEM YOU CREDIT CARD NUMBER. It is a total rip-off and a cut and paste of another company.I called my credit card company and told them how I was scammed and FINALLY got all my money back and they tried to charge me AGAIN!! Now I have to change my card number from theis scam. They are just out stealing credit card numbers and not even a real business. BEWARE!!!!!!!!!! Total SCAMDon't let them scam you into paying for nothing I called Dun and Bradstreet and they confirmed this was a HIGH RISK SCAM themsleves and the letters they sent me were fake. They are not just an e-book that copied but they copied the whole site of a real company.TOTAL CREDIT CARD PHISING SCAM!!!
Entity: , Internet
4, Report #587412
Sep 20 2017
01:08 PM
CREDITMAKEOVER.biz CREDIT MAKE OVER COPY CAT SCAM WITH NO RESULTS Internet
setTimeout( 'openPopWin();', 1000);function openPopWin(){window.open('/business-consultants/creditmakeover-biz-v/creditmakeover-biz-verified-re-02A1D.htm');}THESE GUYS OR SHOULD I SAY 'GAL' SINCE THE OWNER IS FEMALE. SHE HAS DONE NOTHING BUT COPY AND PASTE ALL THE CONTENT FROM ANOTHER COMPANY AND SCAMMING THE FEES TO GIVE YOU AN EBOOK CONSULTING APPROACH.WARNING: ASK HER WHY HER COMPANY IS ONLY SCORING 49 OUT OF 85? TWOTRADELINE POSTING WITH EXPERIAN AND HIGH BALANCE OF $100 DOLLARS!!!DON'T GET SCAMMED!!!
Entity: , Internet
5, Report #587667
Sep 20 2017
01:07 PM
Credit Makeover creditmakeover.biz Total Fraud they are nothing more than a copy of our site and she needs to be arresrted san diego, Internet
setTimeout( 'openPopWin();', 1000);function openPopWin(){window.open('/business-consultants/creditmakeover-biz-v/creditmakeover-biz-verified-re-02A1D.htm');}Sorry but this site is the worst sacam you will ever find, money well spent they even post on themselves what a joke. How do I know it's a scam? Well it's a copy of MY site. This is not more a real business than my twelve year old. The worst part is she barely got the colrs changed after downloading our site then went to scam thousands not offering ANYTHING but FAKE warning collection lettes after she scams you out of your credit card number. It only gets worse, the advise of MINE is so old now that if you follow my OLD content you will get flagged and get no where. This is the honest to GOD truth not some fake post they put on themsleves. This is an ABSOLUTE and REAL SCAM. It is my old site she is pawning off and acting like a business. This lady knows nothing whasover about business credit and has ripped off thousands with a cheesy copy of MY website. There is nothing she can say you need to call your credit card and let them know this is a FRAUD and get them to get your money back right away. She will keep sending you forged letters from RMS that she needs to collect what you agreed to. THE truth is this woman is on borrowed time and owes me an aplogy that I will accept when every person she has every ripped off masquading behind a site I designed in 2001 to help people. It's pretend business and you have point blank been ripped off and may even have to change your credit card number if she can keep a merchant account open much longer. Let her know she is a scam and that is real. If I see enough activity and people that have been scammed I will post my direct number and help you for real for free. This is 100% the truth. Post here and I will help you and will take the FAKE scam plagurist into prison.
Entity: san diego, Internet
6, Report #588322
Sep 20 2017
10:37 AM
Business Credit Extreme Makeover ,creditmakeover.biz This comapny is a complete rip-off San Diego, California
setTimeout( 'openPopWin();', 1000);function openPopWin(){window.open('/business-consultants/creditmakeover-biz-v/creditmakeover-biz-verified-re-02A1D.htm');}This company is a complete and total rip-off.  They didn't do anything for my business except take my money and then send me threatening emails if I didn't keep paying them their monthly fee.  I cancelled the debit card I had used to pay for their worthless program and when they couldn't charge it anymore that's when I started getting the emails.  I was never able to get a hold of this so called credit coach they said would work with me.  Do not waste your hard earned money with this complete rip-off of a company
Entity: San Diego, California
7, Report #1050594
May 13 2013
01:56 PM
Builder Enterprise Inc THIS COMPANY IS A FAKE - FALSE AND MISLEADING INFORMATION NO I WILL NOT GIVE U MY CREDIT CARD NUMBER !!!! San Diego California
This company claims they can help you build your business credit !!! I believe this company is fake and all they really want is your credit card #. Keep calling almost every day !!! I will not give u my credit number and stop calling !!!!! 
Entity: San Diego, California
8, Report #588281
Sep 20 2017
10:31 AM
Business Builder Enterprise - creditmakeover.biz Business Builder Enterprises CreditMakover.Biz does not provide ANY service, only threats to RUIN my business credit!!! Internet
I signed up with this company with great optimism that they would be able to help me build a credit file for my company. Since then, the only thing I have received from them are threats of how they will report negatively on my business if I try to cancel my membership and don't continue to allow them to deduct money from my credit card.  Never have I EVER gotten anyone on the phone to help me in any way, and the information on the site has not been of ANY use to me whatsoever. I am a single mom and all I have in the world is my business and cannot afford to have this company sabotage my credit.  I would just like my money back and not have them continue to charge me for their useless information and to have peace of mind that they will not cause me any more grief. Is there any way to stop them? PLEASE HELP!! 
Entity: Internet, Internet
9, Report #420431
Sep 20 2017
10:31 AM
Business Builder Enterprises - Creditmakeover.biz Business Builder Enterprises I have attempted reaching this Company by phone no response is this company bogus a scam. Are they just another to good to be true situation! San Diego California
I have attempted to reach this company by telephone with no response.They seem to have a strange address.I would like to do business with this company however my initial contacts so far have been suspicious.They are the typical to good to be true situation! I would appreciate any reponse or reply you have or anyone who has any dealings with this company. Thank YouJohn Hempstead, New YorkU.S.A.
Entity: San Diego, California
10, Report #67949
Sep 30 2003
07:10 PM
Transconnect Enterprise ripoff Bronx New York
I purchased the UPS/FEDEX Refund Processor Software. I even payed the extra money to have it priority shipped. I am so upset over losing $74.00 to a scam. I really needed extra money for me and my family, and that is why I wanted to try this program. Now I am out even more money that we really need. I hope that I am able to get my money back, and the jerks pulling this scam have to pay. I also hope that people check into this program before purchasing. I know I will never make this mistake agian. Tony Knoxville, TennesseeU.S.A.
Entity: Bronx, New York
11, Report #134156
Mar 08 2005
10:26 AM
Colaborator Enterprise Paypal Processing Ripoff Scam Internet
This is a total rip off. Once they get you hooked in they pump your Paypal account full of bogus payments and rush you to Western Union to wire them the money, minus your fees of course. By the time your realize the payments were bogus and Paypal has the payments on hold, then it's too late. Here is the first email I got from them: Dear XX , We have received the Colaborator Order you completed : *** *** Home: **** Mobile: *** Contact Preference: E-Mail ******** We have verified your details and all is ok!(you are approved for this job) We are working with major companies from All EUROPE and we are helping them to conduct transactions safe and secure. They don't use PayPal accounts to get payed for their sales because of the 35% export tax which is now used in EUROPE. So we get in contact with you , we verify you as a trusted member and than you can receive PayPal payments. You will cash the money from your PayPal and keep your Share 5% from final amount and than send the balance to our department. Because will be money involved we need to verify you with the following: -Your PayPal address (e-mail address). -A scaned copy of your ID. -A scaned copy of your recent bill. you can e-mail us the documents by e-mail attachment or by fax to 775-256-4171 (USA) We have members since last month which are now earning more than 5000 USD a month with us! Hope you will be one of the best of us! Please reply to comfirm your identity so we can create your database. Colaborator Enterprise Jason Kiddle Employee Department David Macon, GeorgiaU.S.A.
Entity: Internet
12, Report #1029678
Nov 12 2008
06:23 PM
Kevco Enterprise Bad Business Lewisburg Pennsylvania
Well It all started when I was looking for a job last year. Six days I sat in training , (No PAY OF COURSE)! On the 6th day I was given a Thermax Vaccum to take home , IF I had my own names of people I knew to try and sell this to. Dont get me wrong I think the product is good. So me like everyone else in training, called family and set up Demos in there homes. Now I may say they are very costly indeed. Your clients must have good credit , If its not an A deal your not making much money. I spent more money in gas driving around and hours in homes to get nothing but 200.00 for 4 weeks of work. Frustrated I visited my sister , she was able to finance the product. THAT was one of two sales I made, thats it. I QUIT! For the last 10 months theres been issues with the vaccum. Ive tryed to call the company several times. NO RESPONSE. Just the other day It just quit working so I took it upon myself to try and fix it for her, five kids in her home, a vaccum is a must. So I noticed A wire was pulling out so I fixed it.BUt that must not have been the problem that I was trying to fix. Now I guessing If there was a warranty It wont cover anything because I had to splice the wires back together. Now theres NO VACCUM to use and many more payments to make. I feel that If a company Sells things they need to respond If you need there services for repairs. Its just not right. thanks Notkool Muncy, PennsylvaniaU.S.A.
Entity: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
13, Report #62231
Jun 29 2003
04:47 PM
Transconnect Enterprise Transconnect Enterprise ripoff consumer rip-off fraud Bronx New York
I want to know how to get our money back? If you reply with some info on how to at least get back what we lost from this bogus shit that will be a start. We would also like to know exactly who cashed the check. I would like to know how this false advertisement is still listed on the internet? This should be taken off immediately so no one else gets scammed! This false advertisement of refund recovery is absurd! I would like this person who started this to refund everyone he/she scammed. I would like to think of some kind of legal action. This is considered a crime and the person responsible needs to be held accountable. This is my first time trying this kind of online buisness, I guess I was aware of the dangers, now becoming a victim I would like to stop this crime by hitting back where it hurts. James framingham, MassachusettsU.S.A.
Entity: Bronx, New York
14, Report #1018617
Feb 22 2013
11:21 AM
Enterprise Holdings LLC Enterprise Leasing Business practices toward public safety Houston, Texas
As a former employer of Enterprise Holdings L.L.C. I can say this, working for many years with this company in Texas, they knew that SEVERAL of their vehicles that were being rented needed recalls and or service prior to putting customers in them.$$$$  They have always had procedures/systems in place to try and avoid this from happening, but the rental branches would overide or bypass them just to get a vehicle back on the road and figure that upon it's return they could get it fixed, if the customer did not have any problems.$$$$  It was like rolling the dice.  If a customer would complain about problems with a vehicle, they would switch them into another.  Then an employee, (porter, branch manager, manager asst.), would test drive the vehicle that the customer complained about having issues, around the block or sometimes just thru the parking lot, put it clean up and rent it to the next renter.  This happened alot.$$$$  Vehicles were not always sent to repair facilities to be checked out, the employees at the rental branches would make that decision depending how many vehicles were availible at that time. Which if you looked at the companies growth thru the years, they ran out of vehicles on several occasions because of mis calculating on forecast numbers on how many vehicles to purchase for that time, and end up seriously short. Therefor keep everything out on the road and put people in vehicles needing service so they would not rent from someone else.$$$$  I know this has happened several times in the period I was employed with them, as a vehicle in a shop hurts the monthly bonu$ structures for branch manager$, area supervisor$, and of course the companie$ bottom line. When vehicles would end up here from other states I would see the same issues with some of those also. Just a FYI
Entity: Houston, Texas
15, Report #337235
Jun 04 2008
07:45 PM
Erik James List Builder Pro false advertising, complete scam Internet
If you are looking to add subscribers to your list, listbuilderpro.com seems to be the honest service that seems to do it. Hey what with all the testimonials from big name gurus. Will the service was a complete disaster. You are being told you will get this many subscribers. What a bunch of crap! You may get this many subscribers, but out of the 176 so far, only four on my list and they are duds. Plus his mail service keeps sending me the same reports every day and his members site does not work properly. Its a complete scam! Don't believe what this guy says. Don't have Erik James scam you with his BS! Paul Menomonee Falls, WisconsinU.S.A.
Entity: Internet
16, Report #647200
Oct 03 2010
05:52 PM
Veema Builder Also Known as Scott Stay At Home Story: Work at Home Scam, Internet
After receiving an e-mail with an attached link, making claims of stay at home opporuntities, I clicked through to get more details, and landed on page titled Scotts Stay At Home Story. I listened to a prerecorded messeage of how a young man went from impovrished to success by placing links on Google, and receiving checks immediately, stated was not a MLM, and working with a legitimate company like Google, got my attention. I clicked another link to pay a $2.95 activation charge and to get started, I soon found out that Veema Builder is at the fore front of this opportunity which a MLM energy drink company, and have nothing to do with Google, but using this deception to lure people into their downline. I was not able to get my money refunded, but want to post, so no one else will fall prey to this scam.
Entity: , Internet
17, Report #639643
Sep 11 2010
07:29 AM
Omni Site Builder Acieve Technologies/Vision Rip Off Saint George, Utah
These people take your life savings once they hear you want to make money on the internet. They have taken me for $4,000.00 plus $39.95 a month!!! They act like they offer a lot, trust me they don't. You do all the work, all they offer is a few coaching sessions and some webinars, very cheap web designs.....very very disappointing!!! I was too trusting....I truly regret giving them my time and money! I am unemployed and disabled with very little money...I told them that, but they don't care as long as they get what they want. These companies should be shut down...they are not to be trusted! I am asking Omni Site Builder/Achieve Technologies/Vision/Advanced Website Builder to cancel the monthly charge to my credit card as I cannot afford it and realize now that I have been totally ripped off! If I can them for fraudlent charges, I will persue them!!!!!!!!!
Entity: Saint George, Utah
18, Report #965676
Nov 06 2012
06:28 PM
Apply Builder ApplyBuilder.com Made promises that they did not keep, Used outdated format for websites, Lied Internet
I was promised nine phone calls, which included one a week for the first four weeks and one a month for the following five months for a total of nine phone calls to coach me on how to build my business and make it a success. The promises never were kept by Apply Builder, but when I changed my debit card number they did not fail to contact me and let me know I needed to make a payment. Apply Builder also uses outdated website formats, which cannot live up to today's standards for Search Engine Optimization. Apply Builder does not allow you to move your Website to any other hosting company. If you build your own Website you cannot move it to another hosting company, which is not right. I want my money back and I want compensation for the time I wasted building a website I cannot move. I am not the only person who has gone through this. I want anyone else to tell his or her story on how he or she was ripped off by Apply Builder. Apply Builder makes promises they do not keep. They fill your head with dreams of owning a money making online business that will thrive no matter what happens. These people build up your hopes and never come through with the promises they make. Apply Builder also set me up with other companies they said I needed to make my business a success. I spent money on these business promises too, and I want that money back also. I am lucky and did my own website build, so I did not get taken on that money, but I did get taken on finding a drop shipper for $500. Apply Builder sends your information to many others that try to get you to spend money. Apply Builder does not tell you that you do not need these things, they just give these people your information so they can try and get your money by saying Apply Builder said you needed their services. Apply Builder is a ripoff. Every time someone calls you after signing up with Apply Builder it is someone wanting you to spend money. How did they get your phone number? They got it from Apply Builder. I am going to get all my money back from Apply Builder plus money for my wasted time.
Entity: , Internet
19, Report #790183
Oct 18 2011
11:55 AM
Enterprise Rent-a-Car Enterprise More Fishy Business at Enterprise Rent-a-car in Philadelphia Aiport Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
On Oct. 13, 2011, I picked up my Enterprise rental car (at PHL) after the obligatory hard-sell on the car rental insurance (I declined). The helpful agent and I reviewed the exterior of the car and found no noticeable damage.  During my three day rental, the car driven without incident and stored in a home garage at night.  Upon return of the vehicle at the Philadelphia Airport on Oct. 16th, I watched a customer argue with a manager over a questionable damage claim.  As this argument was finishing, another agent circled my car multiple times looking for damage. As if watching a bad movie with horrible foreshadowing, the agent called over the same manager (Michelle) and pointed at my hood. I could only smile.  Upon leaning down and catching just the right reflection of sunlight, four small dimples were visible on my hood. I was asked if I knew anything about this damage. Here's a video of my rental car: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIt9z2Heu0c I explained that (a) no damage was done to my car while in my possession and (b) neither I or the original agent noticed these dimples. If I rented the same car today and saw these dimples, I still wouldn't have noted these on any report (so small). If I looked hard enough, I could probably find 10 more like it.   Everything about my experience, from start to finish, just smelled like a revenue opportunity for Enterprise. I wouldn't be surprised if agents/managers were compensated based on these faulty damage claims. Here's another report from the PHL airport just a few days ago:  http://www.ripoffreport.com/auto-truck-rental/enterprise-rent-a-ca/enterprise-rent-a-car-somethi-f3517.htm  I haven't heard from Enterprise Rent-a-car yet on my damage claim yet, but I refuse to pay anything for this claim. 
Entity: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
20, Report #98871
Jul 14 2004
09:28 AM
CFS Enterprise, Mike Dunnuck, Business Funding LLC, Q2 Synergy ripoff! Fraud! Byron Michigan
Mike Dunnuk ownes and operates CFS Enerprise (cfsenterprise.com, cfsenterpriseinc.com) and for $20k, offers so sell you a Nevada Corporation and a great PAYDEX score. He guarantees that he will help your company establish a $100k business line of credit. I did not use his services, but found out about him through a friend that was contemplating his services. I did the due dilligence and found a number of dissatisfied customers who all had the same complaints. My friend confronted Mr. Dunnuk over the phone and was sufficiently unimpressed with his responses that he chose not to do business with him. There are several organizations that offer the same service for FAR less, and they are legitimate. One of which is Dunn & Bradstreet themselves. Avoid any dealings with Mr. Dunnuck or the affiliated companies listed above. This is a pyramid scheme whereby early customers get what they paid for and everyone else gets robbed. Do not believe the testimonials, they were the early investors, or even business partners of Mr. Dunnuck. There are current criminal investigations on this outfit in a number of states as well as the federal level. Avoid like the plague!!! Mike Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaU.S.A.
Entity: Byron, Michigan
21, Report #215309
Oct 11 2006
07:42 PM
Enterprise Mystery Shopper ripoff scam counterfeit check Montreal Quebec
I was recruited on-line by Enterprise Mystery Shopper to act as a mystery shopper in my local area. I'm not sure if they found my information on one of the job websites, or if I had answered an inquiry. Either way, a few days after receiving an email from EMS staing that I was hired, I received a $2000 cashier's check by a carrier called Purolator with a return address of Azel Textiles, 2216 Kingston Rd., Scaborough, ON M1N1T6. In the envelope were intructions to send $1835 to an individual in Canada by Money Gram, with the remaining amount to cover the Money Gram Fee and as my pay for the task. Thinking it was strange that this company would send $2000 without notifying me first, I tried to contact them. I received the check late on a Friday afternoon, so I was not able to get in touch with anyone until Monday. I left two messages over the weekend. When I called again on Monday, a person explained what I was supposed to do (which was also in a letter enclosed with the check), and that I was to send an e-mail to the company once the task was completed with the confirmation number from Money Gram. Later that day, I went to my bank to cash the check. My bank explained that they have a 5 day holding policy on checks, including Cashier's Checks. I wanted to cash the check to complete the task ASAP, as the instructions included with the check stated that this needed to be completed within 48 hours of the receipt of the check. I tried calling other local banks, who all had the same check policy. I then called EMS to explain that there was a 5 day holding period on the check. The person I spoke to put me on hold to speak to a manager, then came back on the line to tell me that this was fine and to complete the task when the bank released the funds. I returned to my bank to deposit the check, and they gave me a document stating when the funds would be available. On that date, I called the bank to make sure I could withdraw the funds. The bank clerk stated that she would release the funds immediately and I could withdraw the money within the hour. When I walked into the bank, the same clerk saw me and motioned me into her office. She explained that within the few minutes that I had called and arrived at the bank, the bank learned that the $2000 check was COUNTERFEIT. The bank manager came into the office and explained that this type of thing is happening more and more often, which is the reason for the check holding policy. She further explained that some people have gotten the money, then were responsible for the fraudulent check when it was returned to the bank, some people being scammed for over $3000. I asked if I could press charges for this, and the bank encouraged me to do so. I was fined $10 by my bank for the returned check, which, after some fighting, has been reversed. After the task was not completed, I never heard another word from anyone at Enterprise Mystery Shopper. This company expects that people will be able to immediately cash the Cashier's check and not know it was fraudulent until long after thier own hard earned money is gone. Once the counterfiet check is returned to the bank, the individual will be responsible for the money. I signed up for this because money has been tight and I was hoping to make a little extra for the winter months. Fortunately, I never gave this company any of my bank or credit card information, and did not have to pay them anything upfront. Before I signed up, I checked on Rip-off Report to see if there were any complaints, which there were none! I suspect that this company goes by several different names, so beware! Tina Malone, New YorkU.S.A.
Entity: Montreal, Quebec
22, Report #222902
Nov 29 2006
03:07 PM
Ads Enterprise ripoff Dishonest scam using business partners to make it apprear legite Internet
I was contacted by a business partner stating she had been contacted by this company to do advertising, for magents that would have emergency contact info, I was requested to give them my info on the phone could not mail check etc., had to be check by phone and I was charged 749.50. I attempted to contact the company in June or July and they explained ship date in 9/06 and I would see something closer to that date, I of course did not. When I attemted to contact them again recently and there was no answer on the phone number on my invoice. Pamela Lancaster, OhioU.S.A.
Entity: Internet
23, Report #61649
Jun 24 2003
07:40 AM
Transconnect Enterprise ripoff fraud business Bronx New York
I emailed a order for some software and found out the company is a fraud. Joe Ridley Park, PennsylvaniaU.S.A.
Entity: Bronx, New York
24, Report #163422
Nov 04 2005
08:28 PM
Transconnect Enterprise ripoff, scam, fraud, liars Bronx New York Internet
My mother (who is new to the internet) recently purchased the Recovery Manager Software for $64.95 with a 90 day money back gaurentee, and I was appalled when I investigated the program. It is a shame that people like this would take advantage of someone who is trying to make an honest living in this day and age. Firstly, when reading the letter that came along with the software I immediately noticed that the letter was not very professional. Even I could have lied better than that. Secondly, what genius would have someone type a three line activation code? When I then went to the website it just confirmed my doubt in this business. The website is not very professional either. Maybe they should take some computer classes before they try to run a scam on someone. By the way, the software never opened. They then asked my mother for even more money (monthly) just to be a member. I then looked the company up on the internet and found the Rip-off Report filed previously on them. My mother had her money electronically drafted from her bank account. We have their tracking number. We have emailed and phoned them, with no response. I will be contacting the Better Business Bureau and filing with them. If anyone has any information on this business or how to convict them please respond. Patricia Malvern, ArkansasU.S.A.
Entity: NY, Internet
25, Report #81850
Feb 25 2004
05:10 PM
Transconnect Enterprise PROCESSING RECOVERED FUNDS FOR FEDEX ,UPS ripoff Bronx New York
Ad claimed to obtain employment from home processing refunds due shippers of two companies {Fed Ex and UPS}. Amount to be paid was $64.95 to receive software necessary to get started. We sent payment in the form of money order for required amount. When we tried to check on delivery the phone number was disconnected. No other number given to contact them. Donna St Joseph, MissouriU.S.A.
Entity: Nationwide

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