Report: #294035

Complaint Review: Dynamic Marketing Alliance LLC, Inner Circle, Reverse Funnel System, RFS - Las Vegas Nevada

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  • Reported By: Santa Clara California
  • Dynamic Marketing Alliance LLC, Inner Circle, Reverse Funnel System, RFS 1785 E. Sahara Avenue, #490 Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.

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This company gets you to give them $50 upfront for information to start making BIG money within hours of using their program. Sit back and watch the money just pour in. You can hire others to do anything you don't want and still make a big profit. It DEFINITELY makes it sound like the $50 will get you started and you can, if you want, opt for more tools to get more money, faster and easier. After paying the initial $50, you are told to invest $3000 in a timeshare that you sell, etc., etc., total ripoff. go there yourself and listen to his so called proven money making investment. Just $50. If people were told up front this $50 got you the information on how to purchase the timeshare, he'd wouldn't be sitting and doing what he wants all day, spending all his extra time on quality family time and doing the things he wants to do and owning the things he wants to own, he'd be exactly where we are. Sitting here out $50 with nothing to show for it. He makes his money on his slick talk and all the $50 initial money people give him. He doesn't really need anyone to purchase the timeshare and make money on the RFS system, the $50 is enough when enough people sending it to him. And the "100% money back guarantee at 1 and 1/2 of your investment ($150.00)" promised, if you don't start making money come rolling in, isn't for the initial $50........it's after you've paid that, then purchased the $3000 time share, so if you are gullible enough to continue and give him $3000 (lowest product to buy, there are more expensive ones), and you don't make money, you get $150 back. But, by now, you've spent $3,050.00, so wow, he's losing out and really promising alot isn't he (huge sarcasm here).

One more sucker
Santa Clara, California

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#5 Consumer Suggestion

I'm trying to get the 50 bucks back!

AUTHOR: Marker08 - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, June 17, 2008
So far this is what I have found.

This is from Ty's website:

"Privacy Policy Statement and Disclosure
V. 1.1.2 - May 2nd, 2008

Reverse Funnel System (hereafter "the Company") respects and is committed to protecting your privacy. The Company is committed to provide a high level of protection for the personally-identifiable information it collects and uses.

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to inform you as to what information may be collected from you when you visit our website ("the Site") or when you become a Member, how such information will be used by the Company and/or its subsidiaries or representatives, with whom such information may be shared, your choices regarding the collection, use and distribution of such information, your ability to edit, update, correct or delete such information and the security procedures that we have implemented to protect your privacy.

How to find us?

Our address is: 1785 East Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89104

We can be reached via email at postmaster@expty.com or you can reach us by telephone at (602) 953-7615.

Do you collect IP addresses?

Every computer connected to the Internet is given a domain name and a set of numbers that serve as a computer's "Internet Protocol" (IP) address. When a visitor requests a page from any Web site within the RFS network, our Web servers automatically recognize that visitor's domain name and IP address. The domain name and IP address reveal nothing personal about you other than the IP address from which you have accessed our Sites. The information we collect is used to improve the content of our Web page, used to customize the content and/or layout of our page for each individual visitor, used to notify consumers about updates to our Web site as well as used by us to contact consumers for marketing purposes.

What about cookies?

With respect to cookies: we do not set any cookies.

How do I opt out?

If you do not want to receive e-mail from us in the future, please let us know by sending us an e-mail at the above address or by visiting http://www.reversefunnelsystem.com/system.php.

If you supply us with your postal address on-line, you may receive periodic mailings from us with information on new products and services or upcoming events. If you do not wish to receive such mailings, please let us know by calling us at the number provided above.

Persons who supply us with their telephone numbers on-line may receive telephone contact from us with information regarding new products and services or upcoming events. If you do not wish to receive such telephone calls, please let us know by sending us an e-mail at the above address.

Will you sell information collected?

RFS will never sell any information to a third party.

With respect to Ad Servers: We do not partner with or have special relationships with any ad server companies.

We maintain a strict "No-Spam" policy that means that we do not sell, rent, or otherwise give your email address to a third-party, without your consent or as permitted by this Privacy Policy.

No data transmissions over the Internet, unfortunately, can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while RFS strives to protect your personal information and have appropriate security measures in place, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us or from our online services, and you do so at your own risk. Our policy does not extend to anything that is inherent in the operation of the Internet, and therefore beyond our control, and is not to be applied in any manner contrary to applicable law or governmental regulation".

.........end of message

I sent a message to the e-mail above, lets see if I get a response.
If this is possible then any future complaints have no merit due to a refund.
Maybe an apoligy is needed, due to how misleading this experience has been for so many.

Good Luck to you all. I'll keep you updated.

Mark Tyner
Legitimate Home Business Opportunities
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#4 Consumer Comment

Don't Let Your Experience With One marketing System Ruin an Otherwise Wonderful Product/Opportunity

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

POSTED: Thursday, April 24, 2008
I am responding to this because I have had direct experience with Reverse Funnel System (RFS), and am also an extremely satisfied customer of Global Resorts Network (GRN). So, there are mixed feelings here.

I think that Ty's original concept behind RFS was unique, and I liked the idea of finding out who was a serious home business entrepreneur.

That said, as I dove within myself, and sorted out the type of marketing that I wanted my name attached to, and diligently working the RFS for my first couple of months, I decided that the RFS wasn't for me - for three primary reasons:

Reason # 1) Global Resorts Network does NOT require any affiliate to purchase a travel membership - they make that excruciatingly clear.

So, for people looking at RFS, I can see how the text within RFS might lead one to believe that a Platinum membership is required. This, to me, just doesn't resonate as wise business practice. When I introduce someone to the Global Resorts Network opportunity - which I absolutely love - I make it very clear (in accordance with GRN policy) that a personal purchase of a membership is not at all required.

Obviously, if someone is attracted to this business because he or she loves travel, a membership would make perfect sense. It certainly did for me and my husband! And because of this, and what we have found to be exceptional customer service on the part of our travel partner, we are totally sold on this - what we believe to be a vacationer's dream come true!

Reason # 2) Again, this is just my view - For my tastes, the RFS is too "hypey." I don't need lots of pictures or testimonials of individuals draped over fancy cars or big homes to sell me. If I like a product, I'm sold.

I understand that this type of marketing appeals to certain emotional needs of opportunity seekers, but when the dust of the excitement settles, reason needs to take over, and business decisions should be made from reason, not emotion.

Of course, RFS is far from the first (or last) company that will use these marketing techniques. Why? Because, for a lot of people, they hit the right nerve and it works. It's just not what makes me tick.

I want to build an organization of serious sales affiliates who see the big picture, and have a plan of action and longevity so that after a few weeks or months they don't get discouraged and quit because something "didn't work." Again - If the RFS clicks for someone in my organization, that's fine - I won't discourage anyone from working a system that they feel good about. It just doesn't "do it" for me.

Reason #3 ): I can't wrap my head around charging someone $50 just to gain information about a business opportunity. I fully understand the reasoning why RFS does this - but it doesn't sit well with me. Again, just my view.

I know that I've said this before, but I feel very strongly about this: Ty's RFS is just one method by which people are introduced to Global Resorts Network. It is geared toward business opportunity seekers. But it's only one method.

There are so many other methods and strategies available for someone to market not only the opportunity but the product itself - the travel membership! Never forget that this membership is a stand-alone product that can sell without ever mentioning an income opportunity. It is an excellent membership (and one commenter was correct in stating that this is NOT timeshare at all)!

I've been using a system that just recently gave us a terrific page geared specifically toward the vacationer. Because I love travel, I know that this is going to appeal to an entirely new market.

So, in closing - if the RFS or any other system "turned you off," please don't let that experience sour you on Global Resorts Network itself.

I hope that this helped add some balance to the subject. Thank you for allowing me to comment.

Kathy Tremblay

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#3 Consumer Comment

Ripoff?? Not In My Opinion

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

POSTED: Friday, March 28, 2008
Thanks for letting me share my comments. I am an affiliate member of the Reverse Funnel System, and a happy customer of GRN (which, by the way, is not a time share program)

I paid the $50 for info and understood the logic behind it in attracting serious prospect only. I then looked at the GRN info noting that since I love to travel with my family, and that I could do it for a fraction of what we were used to paying, and that the accommodations were first-class, anywhere in the world, I was sold on the product - even if the income opportunity was not available.

But with the awsome product, and trick marketing system I knew it would be a winner. I figured the worst that could happen was that I would end up with a great travel program I could use the rest of my life.

Since joining 3 months ago, I have participated in the RFS training and support system which has taught me, an online-marketing newby, the ins and outs of internet marketing (skills I will be able to apply in other businesses, as well). I have made four sales, which has paid me back my initial investment and then some.

All I can say is that my experience so far with this organization has been that they do what they say they're going to do, that the product and marketing system is what they say it is, and it makes money just like they said it would.
Martin www.dynamicwebsys.com
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#2 Consumer Comment

Global Resorts Network, GRN, Reverse Funnel System, Ty Coughlin Are all Skating on thin ice

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

POSTED: Friday, March 21, 2008
I'm totally not surprised by this. I took a test drive of the system called "The Reverse Funnel System" with Ty Coughlin on the website. You have to pay $50 to become their leads - IE: You get nothing for your money.

I've done some extensive research and YES, in the info it tells you to pay $3000 for the Global Resorts Network membership.

What you don't know is what I've learned by interviewing other GRN members who also owned that system. You have to pay $300 per month to use that system.

NOW, considering that Global Resorts Network - the parent company allows this type of scammery, it just shows that the GRN is a bad investment.

Further research finds that there are ONLY 5000 resorts in their condo network. I also found out that before GRN, this product was available for FREE from another company. You just went to their website and booked condos. Hmmm

If your researching GRN I might point out that it has now become saturated - IE: There are TONS of GRN folks who are marketing against eachother. How will you compete??

Nashville, TN
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#1 Consumer Comment

Has anyone taken that extra step

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

POSTED: Monday, February 11, 2008
I joined up and paid my $50.00 for the information.Has anyone paid the 2,995 for the platinum plan with GRN. If so, are you making money? All I hear about are the people that invested $50.00 I guess you would call us a tire kicker.I have'nt heard any negative reports from the people that actually have invested the $2995.00!GRN has been around for 20 years and the system for about 7 months.If I invested $2995 plus and didn't make any money for the first month! I would be here posting it! Has anyone invested the $2995 and been burned with this program?This program tells you it takes a minimum of $3000 and could be $5000 before you fill out the application.

I don't know why they have the lower amount on the application to invest.You would think you would get a full refund if you didn't have the money to invest but it does say something about a gold plan that's less money but you don't make as much money off your sales.
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