Complaint Review: Dean Holland - Internet
Dean Holland Omar Martin Michael Cheney Dean Holland's Internet Profit is a total ripoff. He is a scam artist and a thief. West Bidgford, Nottingham England, United Kingdom
*Consumer Comment: Total BS
*Consumer Comment: I paid $2497.00.
*General Comment: Bit confused
*Consumer Comment: Dean Holland Internet Partner Program
Dean Hollands internet profit program is a big affiliate scam. The program promises that you will partner with an internet millionaire to make up to $10,000.00 per month.
Dean holland, himself will assidiously beg you to give the program at least 6 months to work, and if it doesn't work out for you, he will pay you $20,000.00 of his money, from his own pocket just for staying on the program, and give it a try for at least 6 months.
The big catch here, if you stay on the program for 6 months, your time for recourse with the channel through which you paid would have now expired.
Here is my summary of dealing with Dean Holland and his scam program called Internet Profit.
On December 1st, 2015, I was invited to a webinar by Omar Martin and Michael Cheney. The ploy was I would partner with an internet millionaire to make $10,000.00 per month, which I stupidly bought into.
These crooks will put on a big charade of lies and promises coupled with their sorrowful stories of how they were broke, and now have managed to turn themselves into internet millionaires
Finally, the suprised guest, Dean Holland will take over. You will received promises of partnering with him, the internet millionaire to make up to $10,000.00 per month.
But the plot gets thicker, he will promised that the program is usually sold for $2,997.00. However, if you purchase right away, you will only pay a percentage of the regular price.
I paid $1,997.00 on December 1st, 2015, through PayPal. On December 2nd I receive a threatening invoice/receipt stating that if I was not satisfied with the program I shouldnot contact my bank, PayPal or my credit card company, because this will constitute a breach of contract , which would be fraud against him, and his company.
The invoice also stated that Dean Holland would sue me for thousands of dollars for filing a charge-back against his company.
Dean Holland's Internet Profit company emailed me a link to the account that would use to make $10,000.00 each month. Oh yes, I was very happy to get started, now I would be on my merry way to start making thousands of dollars per month.
However, when I click on my account link, I was directed to a website with 17 premade templates. The well-built templates I was instructed to send paid traffic to in order to start making money.
After close scrutiny, I realized that the all the templates have the same info that I received at the webinar. It was the same ploy I was tricked into purchasing by Dean Holland, Omar Martin and Michael Cheney.
This partnering with an internet millionaire to make $10,000.00 per week was actually a recruitment scheme to recruit others to pay out $1,997.00 into this program, who would then do the same recruiting others.
These new interns would be given the same pre-made website templates to promote and recruit new people to pay the same amount of money $1,997.00, with the premise of partnering with an internet millionaire and making $10,000.00 or more per month .
The program is a revolving fraudulent scheme that is robbing poor people of their hard earned income.
After contacting the seller with no success, I filed a claim with PayPal. However, PayPal ruled in the seller's favor with no proof submitted to properly investigate the claim.
Once I filed the dispute with Paypal, the seller; Dean Holland threatened me with several lawsuits, because he claimed I had violated the contract by requesting my money back through PayPal.
PayPal violated my buyers protection rights of 180 days money back guarantee, when they ruled in the seller's favor. Additionally, PayPal did not asked for any supporting documents to decide this matter.
However, I called PayPal on March 10th, the representative; Chris told me that Dean Holland had sent supporting documentation, but none was requested from me. The representative stated that I would have to file a court subpoena to obtain the seller' s submitted documentation.
Moreover, I filed this dispute, but my documentation was not requested by Paypal to prove my claim, but the seller's proof was requested and submitted per a Paypal CSR.
How can PayPal decide that I received what I paid for with no supporting documentation from me? PayPal also stated that the listing accurately described the item I receive, with no proof from me of what I received from the thief; Dean Holland.
Paypal has a vested interest in this scam, oh yes, they are making huge commissions off thousands of people who are folish enough to buy into this false premise.
PayPal erred in its judgment, because they did not asked for supporting documents to properly investigated this claim. They had no proof of what I received yet they were quick to rule in favor of the scam artist; Dean Holland.
PayPal also stated " We cannot grant claims based on buyer's remorse". However, according to PayPal's 180 days buyers protection policy, my purchase is covered with their 180 days buyers protection program; wouldn't a chargeback constitute buyer's remorse.
Yes, the program is a fraud. You are actually forking out $1,997.00 to become a recruiter to recruit others who are stupid enough to fork over their hard earned money to this gulttoneous fraudster.
And all those videos plastered on YouTube and the internet are total lies, these are people who have bought into this fraud. What they are doing is working as recruiters to recruit others, so that they can get big fat commissions of naive and desperate consumers.
Dean Holland’s Internet Profit (IPro) is a big scam. People stay far away from this criminal. You are paying $1997.00 to promote the same scam that his cronies Omar Martin and Michael Cheney among others are promoting to recruit naive individuals.
All the videos on YouTube are from scam artists working with his scamming empire. Warning stay away from Dean Holland and Internet Profit, after paying your money you will only receive several links of pre-made templates to recruit others to recruit others to promote his scam.
Have you been scammed by Dean Holland of Internet Profit (IPro)? Please check online often to contact me through a website that will be online in the coming months.I will launch a website shortly, you will be able to contact me to
Join in a class action lawsuit I am bringing against this scammer. Let’s all bond together and stop this thief before he scams other unsuspecting individuals.
Here is a summary of someone else who tried the program:
- Not enough nuts and bolts training to make the system actually work
- Will end up being very expensive with paying for all of your traffic
- Massive up selling
- Actively promotes rubbish products within the members area that deliver little-no value
- A lot of the images, links and material on the sales page and inside the members area is either missing or broken
- You actually have to pay to promote his products.
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