Report: #935407

Complaint Review: Wealth Information Network

  • Submitted: Fri, August 31, 2012
  • Updated: Tue, October 30, 2012
  • Reported By: Tonderai — San Ramon California United States of America
  • Wealth Information Network
    1411 W. Business Park Drive, Suite 101
    Orem, Colorado
    United States of America

Wealth Information Network I was looking to get information to start cheaply on the web getting information from Anthony Morrison. These people claimed to be affiliated with the man. I was initially interested in just learning Orem, Colorado

*Consumer Suggestion: Wealth Information Network/ AWAY FROM!! Lost thousands!!!!

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I was looking to learn how to make more money online getting bits of information learning about Anthony Morrison. These people who contacted me said they were associated with Anthony Morrison.  They guaranteed an income by buying into their coaching package for 3000 dollars with some payments.  I was hesitant but they said it worked so I went for it.  I thought I was going to do affiliate marketing then I was pushed into an online store.  It really didn't bother me but I was pushed to using a store where it could not display some of the products on the site.  It was expensive hosting there are a lot of cheaper options out there.  Someone called me that they can do all the research for drop shipping which is connected to the coaching department training for a fee of 2000 they would find all the products I needed for life including doba.  Doba already contacted me for a discounted fee through the coaching department.  I told the guy I could afford it the man's name I believe was Brandon this is 2011.  He said he would talk to the department reduce it to 1000.  So, I thought I had a deal when I wanted to search for a supplier I would just go to the site and they would give me the information.  I tried it once I got an answer.  The several times afterwards I kept placing an order for information on my niche for supplies no answer. I thought it would take time they never got back to me.  I had a webstore which could not show all my supplies and it was expensive per month.  I had very little control over modifications.  I realized I got ripped off so I had to change my credit card information.  The company tries to collect on more additional fees. I lost probably close to 2000 dollars and I will not pay them their so called balanced.  Peaple should avoid these people they will try to just add more to get more money from you.  If you want a legit drop shipper it looks really like world wide brands is a better answer.
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Wealth Information Network/ AWAY FROM!! Lost thousands!!!!

AUTHOR: anonymous - (United States of America)

I have wanted to start a business from home for a while now.
I need to have the flexibility. My friend saw these books called Advertising Profits from Home By Anthony Morrison, which is supposed to teach you about affiliate marketing, and thought I might be interested in them. I ordered the books and some tapes and got on my way. A few days later, I started receiving calls from a company named They're called now. They spoke about the books by Anthony Morrison and told me that thats why they were calling and wanted to know if I was ready to get my business going. Like I mentioned earlier, Ive wanted to start a home based business and was excited about finally doing it. Even with my husbands objections I pressed on.  I was told that I need to just pay a startup fee/coaching fee of $6,250 and everything else was included.  I paid the fee and was read a verbal contract on the phone. It was amazing the feeling I got afterwards. I really thought that maybe in several months that my husband and I would have a nice supplemental income coming in and living from paycheck to paycheck would be a thing of the past.

I started doing online coaching sessions which were difficult to navigate through and hard to understand in the first place. After a few weeks of my online sessions, I started receiving more calls. First from Tax Club then came Income Solutions LLC and Free & Easy. All of them wanted more money from me. More money, for what? I was told I only had to pay that one fee and that was it. The man I spoke to on the phone was very adamant that I needed the service or my dream of having my own business was not going to happen. I eventually gave in. All the services they claimed I NEEDED for my business, were never even provided. In total I spent a total of $16,500 and I was never even taught about affiliated marketing. The worst part of all was that I didnt even know who I was dealing with anymore. What started as turned into Wealth Information Network then Tax Club. Who WERE these people? I started second guessing my decision to do all this. So I contacted to get some answers. ANY answers really explaining what was happening. I explained to the representative that I had not received any of the services that they promised to me and that I was being coached on something called drop shipping, not affiliated marketing like I wanted. I told him that I was angry about this and that I feel like I paid $16,500 for NOTHING! He then started to scold me on not being grateful for the coaching and information that
I was given on drop shipping. What I paid was nothing compared to what others had paid as I only received the basic program.

I called the Wealth information group, turns out that a company named PMI was the name of the coaching group. I asked if Wealth Information and PMI were associated with Anthony Morrison as I had been told. I was told that they were not affiliated in any way. I then called The Tax Club and was told that they were not affiliated with Anthony Morrison at all and that Wealth Information gave them my name. I dont understand any of this. Ive researched and these people really know how to cover their tracks. I did find places where others were being ripped off as well. Tax Clubnot so well. Although they all seemed to be linked together in some happy scam artist family. Whatever they want to call themselves , I still want my money back from them. ALL of them!!!

I was told about this law firm that could help me get my money back and I was a little leery at firstnaturally. I spoke with my husband about it and he explained to me that it wouldnt do any harm in calling. I spoke to Roy at (954) 603-1860 ex. 30000, who is a dream to work with. I didnt have to pay anything upfront. I had hoped that getting my money back would have been easier. Maybe it was just because I was so used to dealing with these criminals from, Tax Club, PMI, Anthony Morrison, that I just didnt give them more credit for actually coming through and doing their job. Unlike some companies I know. All and all it was a success! THANK YOU ROY!!!! You saved me from complete ruin. My husband Ralph thanks you, my kids and grandkids thank
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