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1, Report #1263485
Oct 25 2015
06:42 AM
Wealthy Affiliates Niche Marketing, Inc WA is a cultish scam so BEWARE! Victoria BC
With the hypnotic keywords words wealthy, work at home, anyone willing to learn, and 2 free websites, and free membership you have to know people will go nuts to drink this modern naturally flavored and colored KOOL AID  and never end up making anything near the money they paid in, if anything at all. The shameful data isn't revealed of course. Think...HORIZONTAL MLMs, social networking and what creates loneliness, and the Occupy the One Percent meme.  And Blaming the Poor for Their Own Failure. Learn this essential web-building literacy on your own and make great sites for twenty odd bucks a year! It's really true, I found a plan 2 days ago and the site and support and learning is better than at WA. But I'll tell you:  A solid PERSONAL social support system is what will actually sustain you in these desperate times. Organize babysitting coops and peach canning coops and invite your friends in to rebuild cars...and together make a better world and make some money for your coop andyourself. Circumvent the one-percent mentality by throwing off this crafty VILE brainwashing because you MUST in order to retain any humanity and self respect in these absolutely desperate times. This article will disappear very soon but the guy from Arizona also saw through the WA SCAM and so two of us out in the world know about this.....so far. BEWARE of scams which seem too good to be true because they are. What we ned to get rid of in this world are predatory corporations which trive on shady bookkeeping, funny money, and guaranteed army of desperate slave labor. WA meets all those criteria.
Entity: Victoria, British Columbia
2, Report #1252210
Sep 01 2015
08:14 AM
Wealthy Affiliates Took my 47.00 monthly for 7 months and blocked my abilty to make money. Internet
 I am a single mom and on disability. I was hoping so badly to have found a legit company to make money. The first thing that I noticed that was wrong is the 24/7 support, no numbers just email. The second thing, because I was moving up so rapidly in ranking, that they pulsed my ability to move up. Everything just stopped. No social connections. No money nothing. Then they say you cannot delete your account. They say they don't keep debit cards on file but they do because they charge a old card after I removed the old card and placed a new. I hope Kyle gets what's coming to him. Carson too. They getting richer and took my disability money.
Entity: Internet
3, Report #1404599
Oct 06 2017
09:08 AM
Wealthy Affiliates. They take your money and give you no help when you reach a roadblock in your progress. Internet
After much research and assurances online, I decided to give Wealthy Affiliates a try.  I'm disabled as was looking for a way to make money from home on my computer.  I was assured all the way through the trial membership that I would have complete back-up when I needed help. The training started out fine, but when I actually purchased a real website from them, their program just stopped working for me.  I tried several times and in various ways to contact Kyle, but received no answer to any of my questions.  There were several others who I also tried to ask for help.  They only replies I get are pre-set messages to congratulate me for joining. I also noticed that when I tried to join any conversation for help on any topic, my comments seemed to disappear after I posted them.  I thought that was odd, since there were so many people commenting and helping each other.  I guess that was all bogus, too.   I went so far through the training and went to move my site to the paid site and nothing happened.  It just comes up with a message that it will take a few minutes to move my site and I will get an email when it actually takes place.  It's been over 2 weeks and it still hasn't happened. If Wealthy Affiliates isn't a scam, well it sure seems like it to me.  I just want to warn other unsuspecting people to avoid them.  There will be no website, you cannot make very much money from being an affiliate of any company.  Their claims make no sense at all.  If the companies they talk about pay out so much money, then how would the companies, themselves, make any profits.  For example, one person claims to be an Amazon affiliate.  All a visitor to his website has to do is click on a link he has posted on his site.  Even if they don't buy anything, Amazon is now paying him $200 per month.  That's insane. If it's too good to be true, then it is.  Beware!
Entity: Internet
4, Report #1398575
Sep 07 2017
06:54 PM
Wealthy Affiliate Un-Clear Classes. Only Members Opinions. Cannot get back into my member area since someone joined under me. Can't Cancel Internet
While searching for a way to make money at home, I joined Wealthy Affiliate. FREE to start. Then there is a montly cost. Classes are  hard to understand, answers to questions are answered from other members opinions No real Answers. I tried So hard to understand, but just went in circles.    When someone joined under me, I can NO Longer get into my site. There is NO Place where I could cancel My membership. I feel the only ones making any money with this are KYLE and JASOn. (If that is their real names.) This is A SCAM.    However, I was able to Block next months payment in pay pal  
Entity: Internet
5, Report #1218858
Mar 28 2015
03:28 PM
Wealthy Affiliates - Kyle Carson joint owners of site Removed my access to write twice without any warning or informing me what I allegedly did wrong after I blogged Internet
I have had my write access removed twice now without any warning or any oidea what Isaid the was allegedly wrong. With over 302,000 members, a disagreement may excalate and an arbitration advisory /complaints procedure would alllow both parties to make their case to a select few of the Ambassadors on the site or both Kyle and Carson.  The second time was after I wrote a complimentary blog about them both for providing an excellent site that you can see was well received. It is very off-hand to take unilateral action without any opportunity of putting ones viewpoint. It is also a disregard of one's Human Right of free expreesion particularly as it stops questions being asked or thanking people for their remarks or for following oneself. It is quite rude not to do so, in my view. I am paying for a complete service tha I am not getting.
Entity: Internet
6, Report #1281472
Apr 14 2016
05:26 PM
Wealthy Affiliate Unauthorized Charge Internet
So, in the beginning of this month, I unfortunately realized I would not be able to afford Wealthy Affiliates reoccuring fee on my typical debit card, so I wanted to switch it over to a) paypal or b) another card. I was having trouble doing this so I sent Kyle an email with no reply, so my account was charged and overdrawn. My bank refunded me, but the charge came back again, overdrawng me again. I had not checked my account to realize this, so I am very overdrawn with the fees and such. So, I had to file a dispute with my bank. I'll be calling in a couple days to see what is going on.
Entity: Internet
7, Report #1379548
Jun 16 2017
01:26 PM
Wealthy Affiliate Customer Shaming
 I read all their information and watched all 10 videos and read aot of reviews and I am looking for what they are selling but I'm totally turned off, not that they make their money by selling memberships but that they and anonymous others mistreat paying and non-paying customers when they don't like their questions. I saw that customers were told to re-watch the videos, even when they don't pertain, were blocked by the employees of Wealthy Affiliates, were shamef on complaont boards bu Wealthy Affiliates and anonymous persons (who curiously said exactly the same things).. like you're too good to re-watch the lessons you already know everything so what's your problem? You are getting this fre so what do you have to complain about? And You are too lazy to put in the time.. All in all, if no one can answer your question, you get abused. Not interested in Thos program even if they paid me.
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8, Report #1289698
Feb 24 2016
12:31 PM
Wealthy Affiliate My blog was deleted without notification Internet
On February 20 wealthyaffiliate.com deleted my free starter blog without any notification, or warning. When I went to my blog the siterubix server said you are seeing this page because the webspace for this domain has not ben set up on this server. Seven Months of work gone just like that with no way to retreive the content. They said that I could keep the free starter blog permantley--They were clearly lying about this! It appears that they unofficially delete free starter blogs from their server after a certain period of time, especially when you don't upgrade to premium and pay $50.00 a month. That is bullshit! I quickly realized that Kyle and Carson are nothing, but a bunch of con artist. They are making money off of wannabe affiliate marketers, who are most likely not going to make any money doing affiliate marketing. In other words, affiliate marketing is a waste of time! I did this for seven months and didn't earn anything doing it. Of course there are people (a small majority), who got lucky and are earning a living wage doing this. However, you will most likely not earn a living wage, or any money at all doing this beacause affiliate marketing is no longer a relevant profession. It's no longer a relevant profession beacause there are way too many people, who have Addblock Plus. Most of the visitors that come to your blog are not going to see your affiliate links. I'm glad that I didn't upgrade to their premium features, and let them take advantage of me.
Entity: Internet
9, Report #1339747
Nov 24 2016
10:30 PM
Wealthy Affiliate wealthyaffiliate is a scam. Internet
Wealthy Affiliate advertises as a free work at home opportunity.  In fact, they are not.  They will insist that you have back up software which you will download for $20 - $25.  They will not reimburse you.  Then you have to join if you want premium membership.  The lesser membership gets you nowhere. The people on the live chat are paid employees.  The chat reads more like social media than a live chat with real questions and answers.  It's more like, hi, how are you Jo, what's up?  Good evening Susie, welcome.  No real content. In other words, I would not join this site.  I am trying to get my money back for buying the software.
Entity: Internet
10, Report #1356075
Feb 14 2017
04:34 PM
wealthy affiliate Scam Yes We Know it is. Internet
Well apparently I have fallen for the get two web pages free and then premium membership for the 19.00 ploy. And I know now of two people who have tried canceling thier membership to this so called wealth promoting business. I spoke with one last night who told me that when he goes to cancel his membership it just keeps sending him back to his home page there. I simply gave him the best advice. Call his financial instituion and have them blocked if they try the auto bill bull crap. Yeah it looks all nice and cozy with W/A with all these poeple joining all the time. But the key thing to remember is this Folks. KYLE & CARSON are both computer network experts. They can build code that will generate all those nice pictures we see on google. And they can also develop fake user profiles too.  THINK about it how many people have you seen in one day alone that join who are from some foriegn country  I counted 10 a day folks wherew is this leading? I will tell you where it is leading for them with me. A report to my financial institution too. Along with a nice fat blog on one of those free pages they offered me. With a link to this site on scams.
Entity: Internet
11, Report #1277041
Jul 22 2016
06:31 AM
Wealthy Affiliate WealthyAffiliate.com Kyle A real overview of Wealthy Affiliate and the Scam that they are running! CON MEN! Internet
Wealthy Affiliate is the biggest con on Earth right now, and I just got wind that the FTC, FBI are now investigating this massive fraud. The way Wealthy Affiliate works is this:   >>You signup for a free training center to learn internet marketing.  You MUST setup a website and create a fake review directing people to your Wealthy Affiliate - affiliate link. Right from the start, there is fraud on Day #1 for everyone involved.  When you create a fake blog post with the sole purpose of getting people to click your affiliate link, you've committed fraud from the start.   >>Then to take it further, you create FAKE reviews of every program out there using our SEO template.  That way - you steal the SEO by creating a fake review on the company or program with the sole intention of getting people to click on your affiliate link. Continueing the fraud, you now have everyone creating FAKE reviews (because newbies and beginners have no clue about each program but they can easily copy/paste and fill in the blanks on each program).  They create a FAKE review leading people to Wealthy Affiliate link.   So the scam works like this: Steal the SEO of legit companies and legit programs by saying that they are scams.  Company Name Scam - example.   Right? The newbies and beginners will screenshot members area and use logos illegally ... and make up the review.  Most of it's made up on the spot because they spend a whole four minutes checking out the company.    LOL   So naturally, if you spend four minutes grabbing logos and screenshots, then you must be an expert on that company and their service.    Here's where they cross the line and probably will be going to jail or paying hefty fines:   >>>The terms on most of these membership sites say that they CANNOT republish the inside without their permission.  So ANYONE who signs and shares logos and screenshots is already in violation of their terms.   BUT they defend that by saying that they have fair use because of the review.   That's where they are mistaken again because these are FAKE reviews.  You can't give an honest review of a program by spending four minutes stealing graphics and logos and creating the same review for each program FOR THE SOLO PURPOSE of stealing the SEO and visitors to click on your affiliate link. That's fraud. ANY WEALTHY AFFILIATE WHO IS DOING THIS WILL BE PROSECUTED TO THE FULL EXTENT OF THE LAW!  THE FTC AND FBI ARE INVESTIGATING THIS - PLEASE GO BACK AND REVIEW ANY PAST INFO!   >>>Let me review:   Wealthy Affiliate is the number one scam out there and the owners will be go to jail for this. When you create a fake review for stealing SEO traffic for the sole purpose of making money through your affiliate link, then you have committed a series of crimes: SEO FRAUD INTERNET FRAUD EMBEZZLEMENT MONEY LAUNDERING These all fall into the category of what wealthy affiliate is doing...   Creating fake review sites... Fraudulent SEO traffic... Deceive users... to make money...   That's the truth!  It's out there... may you rot in jail, Kyle and Wealthy Affiliate affiliates. 
Entity: Internet
12, Report #844077
Feb 24 2012
12:22 PM
Rewards Affiliates Casino Rewards Rewards Affiliates - Casino Rewards Scam Sydney, Internet
For all webmasters promoting the Rewards Affiliates program : be aware all referred players are NOT safe with regard to receiving casino promotions from all 30 and more from the casino rewards casinos - without giving you the affiliate - credit for it. The company behind this internet fraud is ITS management leady by CEO Jimmy Taylor aka James Taylor or J D Taylor Family Trust. This is literally a scam program where affiliate manager Renee Mate and Yanic Klein are trying to be super nice and looking popular at gambling affiliate forums, whereas your players base is re-used for their scrupuleous marketing campaigns trying to shave your revenue and increase theirs. Not only Rewards is sending spammy emails having catching headlines with the sole intention to get your players attention and signed up at one of their other brands of the Rewards Affiliates group. Also their newsletters offer players links to all their online casinos to - download and visit - and even a rewards program for referring fellow players to a paid pyramid scheme primarily for enrolling other players into the becoming new players witthout having to pay affiliate commissions. Read this warning and the article and the links provided to inform yourself of one of the biggest online affiliate scams in the gambling industry.  
Entity: Sydney, Internet
13, Report #616911
Jun 23 2010
09:50 PM
Affordable Affiliates Network Chris Bell Affordable Affiliates Network outright lied and stole $100 from me Internet
The Company Affordable Affiliates robbed me of $100 Last Aug 2009  .6 months ago I ask for my money back since I did not get what I was suppose to.In Aug 2009 they was in Utah now they are in Canada.6 months ago the President Chris Bell outright lied to me and told me that he will put my money to work. He still refuses to give me back my money and I have not made a dime in his program. A outright con man scam.
Entity: , Internet
14, Report #594516
Apr 19 2010
07:15 AM
Wealthy Affiliate Bad Business Practices, Membership Not Canceled When Tried To. Internet
I signed up for an account at Wealthy Affiliate for 1 year. After about 6 months, I stopped using it. I used a credit card to pay. I knew I did not want to continue my membership. For a few hours, I searched online to find out how to cancel. I logged into my account, found where I could cancel, and pressed cancel membership. I was given a message that stated, Are you sure you want to cancel, your account will auto-cancel on 'Xdate2010X'. So I thought, great, it will cancel on that date. Today, I logged into my account to confirm everything was taken care of, and now it says my account will cancel on Xdate2011X. I called my credit card company to find a pending transaction. What? I still have received no emails from them regarding renewal of subscription, no emails from the company that charged my card, no type of receipt? Who does business like that? I logged back in, canceled immediately, and called the credit card. I will dispute the charge if need be, and have finally found a billing email, after assuming the only way to get help was email/pm the owners. There, finally, was a billing support email address. I did not have a bad experience while a member, why end your relationship with people on such awful terms. Could you possibly send an email notice of renewal, with a way to opt out? Any honest company would do so? I am requesting my pending credit card transcation to be canceled, and change your system to state that the account will auto-renew on Xdate, rather than auto-cancel.
Entity: , Internet
15, Report #1092614
Oct 17 2013
11:17 AM
Wealthy 4 Life Chuck M. Washington $69,223.65 A Month! chicago il
Chuck M. Washington Is A Scam Artist!He Peddles A Multi-Level Marketing Scam Stating That Folks Can Earn $69,2263.65 A Month.Contact The Better Business Bureau and The United States Postal Inspection Service ASAP.  
Entity: Select State/Province
16, Report #1339846
Nov 25 2016
06:28 PM
Wealthy affiliate A most very clever scam, a whole lot of time and money down the toilet. Internet
 I just wanted to share my experience with the wealthy affiliate program. So, just like many others out there, I was looking to work from home, or at least supplement my income with some extra cash. After searching extensively online, for something that didn't seem like a scam, I came across, wealthy affiliate. I researched them and was hard pressed to find a bad review or evidence that they were a scam. So, I signed up for the initial 7 day free trial, I watched the videos,started working on my siterubix site etc, etc. I went for the premium membership for 1 year, I bought a website page. After following all the instructions exactly and after about 2 months of building the site, I messaged Kyle and the higher ups in the live chat to ask them why is it that I can't find my registered website on any of the search engines? The response was that I have to continue to build content. Ok, so I continue to grow the site. By around 9 months and many hours into putting the information in, still could not find my website!! By this time, my site was full of good info that many would go for. So I message everyone again, same thing, keep building content and other vague information. And then Lo and behold! One week before my membership was to expire, I get a email saying, congratulations your website is now registered on Google. Wow, what a coincidence, huh!! I go over to Google and try to find the site, and nothing, zero, zip, nada! What did they think, I wasn't going to check! So I message them, and, no response. For one week I tried, but nothing until I canceled my membership. Then I get a message saying why am I leaving? I answered and told them what they could do with their business , if you know what I mean. Far as I'm concerned, my website never was on any server, anytime, anywhere. The people behind this are very clever and deceptive. WA is absolutely a well orchestrated scam. All the time and money and effort that many have put in to a phantom website, In my case $400 bucks,only to have their hopes and money flushed down the toilet. So, please my good people, don't be a damned fool like I was, and buy into this false hope. Regards.
Entity: Internet
17, Report #184092
Mar 30 2006
10:00 AM
USA Card Services And Affiliates ripoff, liars, cons Dallas Texas
I too signed up with USA Card Services in July 2005. When I first spoke with Mike Cooper, I asked him what guarantees I had with this company. He stated that at any time I felt like I was not getting the services promised the contract would be null and void. Within a matter of two weeks I began having problems. I spent months trying to get my problems resolved. I called Global Tech leasing and told them to take their credit card machine back. They stated they would if USA Card Services bought back my contract. Of course they would not. I have filed a complaint with the Dallas Better Business Bureau, The Texas Attorney Generals Office and am also trying to contact attorneys. When they responded to the BBB they had nothing but lies to say about me. They stated that I was extremely rude and offensive. I was able to prove that they are the rude offensive people. Paul Darby is probably the most offensive, arrogant person I have ever spoken to. My advice to anyone who is contacted by this company is to let them know what rip-offs they truly are and hang up! Julie Canon Cilty, ColoradoU.S.A.
Entity: Dallas, Texas
18, Report #201546
Jul 17 2006
03:53 PM
World Traders & Wta Affiliates ripoff wtaaffiliates.com Nationwide
I started my company 3 years ago w/ this company world traders. I received this information from **(((ROR REDACTED FOR SECURITY PURPOSES))) magazine. I called world traders and like what I heard. I sent them a check for $ 6995.00 and I feel like I have been totally swindled out of my money. If you try and find their company phone # they are now giving you a number that is out of this country which will cost you almost $5.00 to place this call there new # is 101515800. I know that this is a fraudulent company and I will like to get some feedback on what other people think about getting justice from this company. Please some one respond asap. Thank you, Marilyn Marilyn Hughesville, MarylandU.S.A.
Entity: Nationwide
19, Report #36203
Nov 25 2002
12:31 PM
N.A.C.S. and it's affiliates ripoff fraud business St. Pete Florida
I was contacted by phone to receive a credit card and then a promise to have the $200.00 returned to me in credit vouchers towards my payments to the credit card. They then took out $258.00 out of my account after I called and canceled the request. They still took the money out of my account and then sent me another slip in the mail requesting more money. The only phone no. I have is 1-800-588-0558 and it comes on as a recording to leave a message and then talks to you in French. I am working with my bank to get my money back and if I suceed will let everyone know how to do this. Lisa St. George, Kansas
Entity: St. Pete, Florida
20, Report #891040
May 31 2012
10:38 AM
Corparate security affiliates CSA Scam ,rip off New York, New York
I paid 3524 dollars for a amored truck class only ended up taking 2 classes before they ended up disappearing im really frustrated because i want my money back.As a Veteran i think these people are just as bad as the taliban.Something should be done here.
Entity: New York, New York
21, Report #714134
Apr 05 2011
01:01 PM
LINCARE and it's Affiliates No Caring Choice in LINCARE Denver, Colorado
This Company makes me sick...literally.  I worked for a person who told me straight up, that he would not approve any financial hardship forms unless they were for at least $100, even though the Company has check boxes for patients to mark what they can afford - anywhere from 0 to over $100.  This guy actually said that if they can't afford what he wants, maybe we should check to see if the patient smokes, or drinks beer, or has internet or cable....if they do, then they should give those things up so they can make their payment....of course, he covered his A** by stating we could not, by law, ask the patient those questions, but we should stop by their homes to look at their lifestyle.  I rebutted by saying that alot of people have lost their jobs in the last few years and they might have bills, or houses they are trying to hold on to...his reply? That's their own fault.  I have heard of upper management actually withholding patient prescribed equipment if the patient does not get transferred to their center!  Actually NOT delivering equipment the patient needs, because they don't have the count on their books!  I have seen people forced to work multiple job descriptions, but only being paid for one, people forced to perform upper-management duties, but paid a much lower salary that their counterparts.  I have seen employees forced to perform duties they are not qualified, trained and in some cases legally certified to perform, all to put cash in the pockets of the upper echelon. They only hire the bare bones, and then expect satisfaction. I have experienced equipment orders rejected over and over by upper-management for the same reason.  I had a patient go to another company because it took 9 days for her CPAP machine to be set up.  These people could care less about the patients.  They care about nothing more than money and how much they can put in their wallets. They treat their employees like second class citizens, and the patients don't mean anything except $.  There is no Caring Choice in Lincare.
Entity: Denver, Colorado
22, Report #836872
Feb 09 2012
10:01 PM
Affordable Affiliates Network Executive Staff Investors Remain Unpaid - Requests Ignored Internet
Invested $500.00 (Maximum Allowable Investment) over 4 years ago as a business start up investment in their company. They continue to sell goods online, claim continued growth, but yet have no means of paying back any of those investment funds. I asked 2 years ago for my investment back, they said it is not posssible. That was the last they ever responded to my queries. I guess Chris Bell feels my investment was actually a gift, and he has zero obligation to pay any of the funds back! Over 4 years, they have relocated at least 3 times, and have clear financial channels to invest, or buy from them, but no financial method in place to pay anyone back. They can't get a payment processor in place after 4 years???
Entity: , Internet
23, Report #597025
Apr 26 2010
05:13 PM
Data Network Affiliates DNA You Have To run From These Guys. Internet
If you are involved in this company you must run. It is going to get nasty real fast. If you want the real information on this company you must dial 712.432.1330 pin145590#You have got to leave this company now.  Warren Anthony is really Phillip Piccolo. They are going to be investigated by the Florida attorneys general. Get the real info. Take care.They have zero Physical products that they are selling. So if you are a pro affiliate get your money back and find something else. Look up Phillip Piccolo and look at the Scammer he is. Thanks
Entity: Internet, Internet
24, Report #450448
May 10 2009
01:54 PM
Porfolio Recovery & Affiliates settle the score... Norfolk Virginia
upon reading some of the reports filed by you, the hard working, consumers of america, i felt it neccessary to include my little story... portfolio has changed the date on a debt they say i owe, when i questioned the re-date, they just confirmed the debt. several of my credit reports show the re-dates. they will not send me the confirmation information i have requested except to tell me to review my credit report or pay the debt. so, in telling me to view my credit report, which if you guys didn't know, go to www. annualcreditreport.com, get your free copy once a year from all three bureaus, and dispute the reports of error. i just filed a complaint against this debt collector at www.ftc.gov/credit. if more of you will complain against companies, we as consumers may get the respect we deserve. also, on that website, it gives a link for consumers so that we can become aware of our rights, and what they can and cannot do. Billyboy sealy, TexasU.S.A.
Entity: Norfolk, Virginia
25, Report #449126
May 05 2009
11:02 PM
Affiliates Prog www.affiliatesprog.com cheated me online as it is big scam! - Internet
i joined the web www.affiliatesprog.com november 2008 that they pay 1.5$-3$ per referral and 150$ payout.they have terms that 45 days from signup date is needed to payout.but i reached the deadline a long ago,but yet iam not paid though i have a/c balance of 250$+.i contacted the support team many times but iam not get a proper reply.lated i understand that iam cheated and it is big scam website.also they are earning 100$/referral from ipower from each affiliate and telling that they pay 1.5-3$ out of 100$/referral which is daytime theft and also they not paying that 1.5-3$ even. Freesendil pudukottaiIndia
Entity: Internet

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