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Report: #476869

Complaint Review: BLUE HORIZONS GROUP Bluehorizonsadvantage.com - Phoenix Arizona

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  • Reported By: LOS ANGELES California
  • BLUE HORIZONS GROUP Bluehorizonsadvantage.com
    2375 East Camelback Rd 5th Floor
    Phoenix, Arizona
    U.S.A.

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The scam is to sell you a solar web business that is an affiliate program and you make commision off what you sell. I purchased this Site and also purchased a 3000.00 marketing campain. Radio. The site costed 500.00 or so plus or minus. And a digital ad package which I think they also own. Its at digitaladpackage.com that was origionally 1500.00 Anyway The site is yours once you pay and you can change anything you would like for no extra charge. First I asked them to remove their 800 numbers off the site and put my numbers and contact info. They said they always know the clients that call because they ask first how they got the number. I told them to change anyway. For my piece of mind. They didnt. I had friends and neighbors call and pretend to be customers wanting solar. Not once did the blue horizons group ask what site they got the number from. As for selling anyproducts, maybe I did I sent 744 People to that site as of now. Not one sale. Or did I sell Alot and they didnt tell me or credit me. Then all contact ceased when I asked where my campain would run. Next is court. It has been 3 almost 4 months and It seems you advertise for them and pay them to do it. See YOU PAY TO ADVERTISE 4 THEM AND THE ONLY WINNER IS THEM. WE WILL C. NEXT UPDATE WILL BE THE COURT RULING. DO NOT PURCHASE ANY SERVICE FROM THEM. EVEN IF YOU TELL THEM THIS IS THE LAST DIME YOU GOT AND YOU NEED THIS TO WORK OR YOUR FAMILY WILL STARVE. THATS WHEN THEY STOPPED CONTACT.

Hadenuff
LOS ANGELES, California
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Blue Horizons Group is Clean Green Nation

AUTHOR: jeff - (United States of America)

POSTED: Tuesday, December 20, 2011
I was fooled into buying a site from blue horizons group to promote solar products. I never made a cent, when I called to inquire about my website all I got were empty promises and lies. Then a few months later I receive a call from Clean Green nation selling me the exact same thing. Scum bags!
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#2 Consumer Comment

Use Caution With This Company

AUTHOR: Karen - (United States of America)

POSTED: Thursday, March 18, 2010
I spent an hour with this company this evening discussing the business opportunity. When I began asking specific questions about saturation of a particular market they became evasive and refused to answer my questions.  I narrowed my inquiry to the north east and they had difficulty understanding which states were geographically involved with the northeast.  I spelled it out and they promised to find the answer to the question.  I never received one.  In fact the gentleman, Michael who was to find the answer avoided my question by becoming " involved with another call"


I then went on to inquire about how advertising is purchased and where they post their ads.  All of these answers were vague at best and really offered no solid information in which to base a decision.  



They were forthcoming with commission amount but would not answer any questions about how other such affiliates were performing or even where others were based.  When I asked for a timeline for ROI (Return On Investment) they abruptly ended the call stating that this opportunity was not for me.  It seems that as soon as you begin to ask the core business questions or you show any knowledge about business or energy they will abruptly end the call.



From what I can presume.. they are charging $450 for an affiliate and then creating their own advertising clients from these affiliates, because you must purchase your advertising through them.  They outright told me they were an Advertising Agency but would not give me any information beyond that statement.  I am not even sure about the products, the installation process for their products or even all of their suppliers which all seem to be new, un-proven companies.  



Too many questions they are unwilling to answer.  The hair on the back of my neck is standing up with this opportunity.



They are also known as New Energy Entrepreneur Package.
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#3 General Comment

Blue Horizon Solar of MINNESOTA

AUTHOR: John A - (United States of America)

POSTED: Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Blue Horizon Solar LLC of Minnesota is IN NO WAY affiliated with Blue Horizons Group of Arizona.  Certain search engines return complaints against Blue Horizons Group's solar operation when searching for BLUE HORIZON SOLAR.  Blue Horizons Group's history should in no way reflect upon Blue Horizon Solar's reputation and integrity.


Blue Horizon Solar takes pride in conducting our business in an ethical an trustworthy manner that our customers expect. 


Please differeniate Blue Horizons Group of Arizona from Blue Horizon Solar of Minnesota when reading these comments


Thank You,


John Aune


President


Blue Horizon Solar

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#4 General Comment

This person is absolutly correct

AUTHOR: Fedup87 - (Canada)

POSTED: Wednesday, January 13, 2010

I want to personally thank you for taking the time to report these...."people". I have tried and tried to convince my father that they are going to take all his money and he wont see anything from it. He wont believe me.

Today he is gone and planning on sending them the money asap. $10,000 to be exact. I have no way of getting in touch with him or blocking any kind of money he is able to take out of his account. I had only found this website a half hour ago so Im very worried about whats going to happen next.

As soon as he gets home this website will be shown to him personally by me. This is a lesson to everyone out there. Never give away money on terms like this. Seek legal council and do your own research on people.

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#5 UPDATE Employee

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AUTHOR: Blue Horizons - (United States of America)

POSTED: Wednesday, January 06, 2010
Blue Horizons takes very serious the requests of our clients and work diligently to gain their satisfaction. This client purchased a product from us and some marketing, he then almost immediately requested a refund on his marketing and received  a full refund. This particular gentleman also added a response below where he asks people to send him an email for some more info, he is a competitor and is using Rippoff Report to generate leads for his own venture. Please be cautious in replying to this company.

-Blue Horizons
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#6 Consumer Comment

Blue Horizon Solar Scam

AUTHOR: hadenuff2009 - (United States of America)

POSTED: Monday, December 07, 2009

This company is really sticking it to people.  I have started an email to personally respond to the issues you are going through.

 As of now   they are using other company names and alot of other solar scams that will hurt the solar industry.    Those of you who are looking to be apart of a solar company or start your own when it is best to speak with someone experienced with solar.  I will be willing to answer your questions  and if you already have paid for services through this company then i would tell you to let it ride.   depending on the amount.   I am well aware of there strategies and you would be wasting more money and time attempting to collect a small portion.

If you have a website from them   abandon it.   take any personal info off of it and leave it alone  so they are not able to put any responsibility of there dealing gone wrong on you.

There are alot of other scams they are working up    Inovative energy technologies is them as well.    they are now    using the people who paid for campains to take there leads from them and sell them to people and at the same time undercutt the ones they sell it to   and no one wins again but them.

 

They are very slick      Nothing good can come from working with them.  I have alot of other information i am not willing to share on line.  

 

If you want to start your own solar business or work with a company selling solar or have questions of solar.   Hit up the email and do not do any business with this group at all.   Any of there names.   Do an   Sec of state search for the name before you use and if there is not a person name single on there then you are taking a risk.

hadenuff2009@gmail.com

 

the above email is good for your questions    feel free to ask and i will respond ASAP

 

DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH ANY OF BLUE HORIZONS GROUP OR INNOVATIVE SOLAR TECH.    ARIZONA      NEVADA   and  CALIFORNIA

 

LEAD PROGRAM     SCAM

SOLAR BUSINESS   SCAM

CORPORATE IDENtity    SCAM

SOLAR SALES     HIGH PRICED   CHEAP PARTS     LATE  VERY LATE  

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#7 Consumer Comment

Blue Horizons Group - Solar Energy

AUTHOR: CEguy - (Canada)

POSTED: Saturday, November 28, 2009

I recently purchased this service and was late to see this report. I paid $499 and do not know what to do after reading this know. I am expecting a call from the company on Monday and want to know what questions are most appropriate to ask. I can invest but I know I must have returns, assured returns from my business or effort. I will not invest in any crap thing and unless they convince and I get answers will not work with them. I would closely observe this thread and wish to get answers to my questions.

I just hope that they are not fooling themselves as if I discover the truth and it is bad, then I will publish this company name and the way they fool others on front pages of leading newspapers across the country. I am very serious about that now after reading this comment.

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#8 Consumer Suggestion

Thank you for posting your exerience.

AUTHOR: Holly - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, August 08, 2009
I am so grateful for your post and sorry for your loss. A friend and I have been discussing issues in starting a business focused primarily on the solar energy industry. She had heard about BlueHorizonsGroup and wanted me to look into and talk to them. She was pretty hyped up about it and when I ran a search the first time I didn't get any negative feedback. I also didn't see anything positive. Luckily the 2nd day I read your post. Just for kicks I went ahead and called them and you are so correct. Essentially it's not even your website but theirs and you are just giving away your money. The sales rep Robin Trainor was a bit surprised I knew so much about the tech side of the industry and seemed put off when I asked about PV array's, inverter's, etc., and was obviously not competent enough to give me remotely good answers. Would you want someone like this selling for you? Buyer beware. Keep us posted on your efforts to regain you expenses. Best of Luck.
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#9 Consumer Suggestion

Thank you for posting your exerience.

AUTHOR: Holly - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, August 08, 2009
I am so grateful for your post and sorry for your loss. A friend and I have been discussing issues in starting a business focused primarily on the solar energy industry. She had heard about BlueHorizonsGroup and wanted me to look into and talk to them. She was pretty hyped up about it and when I ran a search the first time I didn't get any negative feedback. I also didn't see anything positive. Luckily the 2nd day I read your post. Just for kicks I went ahead and called them and you are so correct. Essentially it's not even your website but theirs and you are just giving away your money. The sales rep Robin Trainor was a bit surprised I knew so much about the tech side of the industry and seemed put off when I asked about PV array's, inverter's, etc., and was obviously not competent enough to give me remotely good answers. Would you want someone like this selling for you? Buyer beware. Keep us posted on your efforts to regain you expenses. Best of Luck.
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#10

blue horizons group

AUTHOR: Dennis - (USA)

POSTED: Monday, September 21, 2009
i have also been shafted by this company. i paid $350.00 to join then before i could even see the web site i was called by the business development dept. and was given the bums rush to buy a radio marketing spot the lowest one was $3200.00 and went up from there i was on the phone for aprox. 2 hours he started off trying to sell me two slots for $6400.00 but he saw i wasn't going for it he went down to 1 slot and tried real hard to sell it but i told him i would buy 1 slot then as soon as i said yes he said well i have to go now i have another client (how convenient he had another client as soon as i said yes) then i tried to call and ask some questions and no one was around so that was last friday and then the weekend now is sunday night and found this report and now when monday comes i will be on the phone allot but i don't know just what to ask yet if you have any ideas call me or write to this rebuttal. i don't know if a lawyer will be able to do me any good getting my money back.
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