• Report: #916097
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  • Submitted: Mon, July 23, 2012
  • Updated: Mon, July 23, 2012

  • Reported By: Michael Richman — Lake Worth Florida United States of America
www.anthonymorrison.com Internet United States of America

www.anthonymorrison.com Anthony Morrison An elaborate web site that offers success in marketing at a low price until you pay then then the price chnages Internet

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This person namely Anthony Morrison advertises a system or program for $49.00 that will place you into a market that produces a client list through his web site advertising. Once you provide your credit card billing information at the beginning of the sign up procedure then you are moved to a host of different web pages with audio sales that compel you to spend more money on products to enhance your ability to become successful. When one signs up one has the feeling that the only charge is $49.00 for the program but this is not the case. If you more from page to page and ignore the offers that are carefully planted to make you feel that if you don't purchase the additional products you will fail and not do well. From a figure of $49.00 you would be enticed to spend HUNDREDS of dollars to become a success. I was aware of the scam after the first video production immediately after I paid the $49.00 but it was too late to go back and cancel. So, I made a written request to Anthony Morrison for my money to be refunded back to may Master Card payment providing my reasons as to why I wanted my money refunded. It said quite plainly in his advertising that there was a 60 day money back guarantee if unsatisfied with the product. Well I asked for my money back after 20 minutes of finding out that his system was a SCAM. After sending a couple more email requesting my refund I received a phone call from someone stating that they would help me and answer my questions to become successful. I explained my reason for not wanting to continue and the man told me to that I have to spend money to make money and when I said that he must be joking he told me "f**k Off' and hung up the phone. Now I am really mad and want my money back more than ever. The things is that I still keep receiving emails from Morrison or his company as if they have never received my countless emails requesting a refund. It's not the $49.00 so much, its the fact that I was ripped off and I can't get my money back.
Here is a copy of my email I sent to these jokers and then you decide if I am at fault. Do not go to this web site and order this product. You will be very sorry that you did.
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Dear Sir,
I sent your customer service a letter yesterday and received no response or confirmation of my mail 
I am requesting an immediate refund for the $49.00 I spent with you yesterday on you program. I am extremely angered in the way you have advertised this offer due to the fact that on just about every page of your program, and  even after the entry fee has collected you basically try to entice people to spend more money in order to have a satisfactory result of success. This may seem like good marketing practice to you, but for someone who is under the impression that all they have to spend is $49.00 could be persuaded to spend hundreds of dollar in additional fees over and above the initial advertised price. To put it politely, your marketing of this program is totally misleading.  Though this kind of sales gimmick is not illegal it borders on false advertising and an insult to the intelligence even towards the most unsuspecting individual. This country is facing hard and difficult times and people are very gullible due to personal finances. Because your banner ads display names like CNN and FOX is again a misleading concept because of how you market your product to you unsuspecting customers. Based on this criticism, I am requesting a full refund immediately upon your receipt of this email.  I don't expect any explanation but an acknowledgement that my full refund has been expedited. If I don't receive a refund as requested I will report this to the credit card company as you have said in your advertising that there is a 60 day money back guarantee.


Michael Richman

I hope that people will read this and act of good sense not like I did. I was a fool to pay

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