Complaint Review: Agora Financial, Jim Rickards - Nationwide
Agora Financial, Jim Rickards Jim Rickards Newsletter, Agora Financial, James Rickards, The Road to Ruin Book Got Scammed into a $99 USD Newsletter through paying for the shipping of a book Baltimore? Nationwide
Was tricked/Scammed into a Jim Rickards Strategic Intelligence Newsletter that costs $99 without knowing. This is what happened:
I'm subscribed to the FREE newsletter email from ROBERT Kiyosaki of richdad.com I receive many emails of different services, mostly offers of jobs a mom can do from home or other offers and this day I received an email with the subject: DO NOT DEPOSIT ANOTHER DOLLAR AT YOUR BANK BEFORE YOU READ THIS
Then the email goes: CIA analyst, Jim Rickards, has made a shocking prediction: a cabal of 198 global elites is preparing to launch a direct financial attack on America...He urges all Americans to prepare NOW!
He's giving you his book The Road to Ruin for FREE! Just click here to claim your copy! Well the book was not really free, I had to put my credit card to pay for shipping and there was a whole LONG description of the value of the book and what this person says and also an attachment to a $99 investment newsletter that if you don't cancel in the first 30 days of getting the book, you get charged. I only found out this information after I was charged and they DO NOT REFUND YOUR MONEY.
In fact, the rude man from customer service that I talked to was so mean and evil that I started crying. I explained to him that it was all a misunderstanding and that I did not order those services. That I'm a single mom with no help and don't know anything about investing or the stock market and that I needed my $99 back that this was stealing, that I only paid for shipping of a book through different company (so I thought)...that I never even heard about Agora Financial. He was not having it, he was saying that I should have read everything that it said there when I paid that there was a $99 non-refundable if the 30 days would pass. He even compared that this was like signing to Verizon or HBO ...NO! A person knows signing for Verizon and HBO and doesn't end up on the Verizon website subscribing for a 1-year contract from buying one book!!!
THIS SHOULD BE ILEGAL!! THESE PEOPLE ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF A MISTAKE!! DONT MOST COMPANIES NOW OFFER REFUNDS FOR EVERYTHING?? WHY THESE PEOPLE DON'T?? It's BECAUSE THEY MAKE MONEY OF VULNERABLE PEOPLE WHO DON"T UNDERSTAND HOW CLICK BAITS WORK AND ALL THESE INTERNET TRICKS WORK.
I HOPE THERE's A CLASS ACTION SUIT AGAINST THESE GUYS BECAUSE THIS IS NOT RIGHT!
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