Report: #109234

Complaint Review: Direct Cards - Miami Florida

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  • Reported By: Decherd Tennessee
  • Direct Cards 8770 Sunset Drive #528 Miami, Florida U.S.A.

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I am recently divorced and having a hard time meeting my bills. I was looking for a way to make extra income and came across Direct Cards Inc. They promised big bucks but they do not deliver. This is a big rip off! Anyone out there, Do Not Do this!

Decherd, Tennessee

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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Work-at-home is 90% fraud.

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

POSTED: Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Heather, you need the details?

It's a simple con. They talk up this great opportunity. Promise $10 for every envelope stuffed.

You send $30 to $50 in the mail. Most send you absolutely nothing at all. Zero. Zip.

With some you are asked to send $150 to $175. They send you some envelopes and some copied papers to put in them. Then, you are instructed to take out ads in newspapers to find people to pay you.

They either give you little or nothing. Either way, there's no money to be made here.

Most people searching for work-at-home usually lose several hundred to half a dozen different frauds.

Then, they smarten up and quit falling for this nonsense.

Try one if you like. You'll see for yourself.

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#2 Consumer Comment

If you go through with it now, then that's your own fault.

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

POSTED: Wednesday, December 08, 2004

You've seen the reports so it is quite obvious that these people sent in the money and the card "DID NOT DELIVER." No futher details are necessary. They've ripped a number of people off, stay away from them, unless you are inclined to waste $46.00!
If you do it now, you only have yourself to blame!

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#1 Consumer Comment

Confused??! NONE of you are saying HOW they are ripping ppl off.

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

POSTED: Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Okay, im reading about how all of you are saying this is a bad opportunity and what not, but yet NONE of you are saying HOW they are ripping ppl off. I too did get the envelope and wanted to do research before I sent them money. Im a 19yr old college student and definitely need the money and 46$ is a lot to sacrifice for me. But anyway, what Im asking is where are the reports about HOW the company actually ripped you off. Yes, they dont have an email adress or website. Alot of companies don't. Did anyone actually send in money to them? If so, I would like to hear from THEM.

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