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Report: #1482899

Complaint Review: Textbook Money (AKA booktrades.biz) -

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  • Reported By: Fred Martin — Hanover United States
  • Textbook Money (AKA booktrades.biz) United States

Textbook Money (AKA booktrades.biz) booktrades.biz Luke Sample and Jon Shugart They charged $997 non-refundable money for a complete LIE.

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This company is a fraudulent company nothing short of a complete scam. They present a "webinar" that they pretend is "live" showing their software for Amazon that seems to show immediate lucrative trade in profits on every page of Amazon's book searches.

The reality is, they are showing an old webinar when the software perhaps worked. The minute you buy it, suddenly you see that there are in reality no deals at all. And the testimonials are from years ago as well, they are not current. Stay far away.

The money they charge is non-refundable. They claim a double your money back gaurantee, but the conditions are so impossible to be met, that they know they will never have to do it. Again, stay far away.

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