• Report: #1022764
Complaint Review:

VAULT Research Group

  • Submitted: Sun, March 03, 2013
  • Updated: Sun, March 03, 2013

  • Reported By: Jason — Key West Florida United States of America
VAULT Research Group
Internet United States of America

VAULT Research Group Erin Roberts Vault Research Group Is A Scam, Asmallorange hosting may also be involved, Internet

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VAULT RESEARCH GROUP IS A SCAM, ASMALLORANGE HOSTING may be involved as well as a acessory to this scam,

it starts like this... you get an email from some ad you responded to, your just someone looking to make money from home, the average "joe" you get an email from someone at vault!


Thanks for your quick response and impressive resume. Vault Research Group wants to take you on for the Administration / Data Entry job that you asked about. My name is Erin Roberts, and I will be your associate manager. Please read the following info carefully so you can get started.

Follow the link below so that you can download your first project. This download consists of 3 PDFs.


The links in these PDFs only work with Adobe Reader, so if you do not have Adobe Reader, you can go to Adobe.com and download the newest version of this free PDF reading software. 

All the details are in the "QUICKSTART", so have a look there and feel free to give me a call at the number provided if you have any further questions.

Next, in the attachment called "Campaigns to Review" you will find 10 different campaigns, along with instructions on how to complete them.

This whole set takes roughly 2 hours to complete and pays $200.

Finally, there is an editable form called "Review Form". This is where you will fill out your reviews according to the instructions. This is also what you will need to turn in for payment. Once you have completed this first assignment, you may request more-as many as 3 at a time.

Work through these according to the instructions as quickly as possible so that you can get started with writing your reviews. 

Submit all completed review forms as instructed in the QUICKSTART. Be sure to type your first and last name in the subject of the email. 

Payment goes out on Fridays for all reviews that were turned in before the previous Friday. Payment is by Check, Bank Wire, or PayPal.

After you have completed this first assignment and turned in your reviews, you can request as many more as you like. We have some people that do 2 a day and make over $1000/week. Thanks, and I look forward to working with you!

Erin Roberts 
Vault Research Group
(855) 703-5557

wow 200.00 for doing small work, thats great right sounds like an awesome deal, but maybe your like the small town of us that sat on this for a week, mulled it over, looked at the website at vault , even watched the presentation video talking about how companies pay big money for this information, so far it all seems real polished and not worthy of a scam at all right. 

So a few of us downloaded the zip file, which is included in the link on this report, it contains 3 forms, a quick start, a review form, and also a campaign sheet.

Some of the sites are very familiar to all of us, and it takes a few minutes to review each one, then when your all done you submit your report, they ask you how you want to be paid, here is a small issue, THEY DO NOT PAY YOU, what you do get is

1. tireless phone calls from all these companies (we had to disconnect ours)
2. tons of emails that come from the companys you signed up for and their partners
3. no money whatsoever for the work you did!

In our hunt to track these people down i called the number given at the email and also on the website , guess what it was disconnected, big surprise there, so we followed the breadcrumbs and found they were hosted by a hosting company called asmallorange, they were not to cooperative but were clearly aware of the website , so i am cautious to tell anyone to do business with them as they may very well be accessorys to this scam, they are certainly hosting the website and do not intend to stop the company from doing this scam.

The bottom line is like most offers this was too good to be true and this report is to serve as warning that you will never be paid for your efforts, and they will never respond to your emails, sadly its another scam and the world needs to know the truth

when we initially suspected we had been taken we searched for this on the web and found no evidence of anyone being taken by them so maybe this is a new scam, there are real work from home offers out there but this is not one of them.

VAULT RESEARCH GROUP IS A SCAM, ASMALLORANGE HOSTING may be involved as well as a acessory to this scam,

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