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Report: #1307685

Complaint Review: Ignite Web Services - Internet

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  • Reported By: Gene — Foley Alabama USA
  • Ignite Web Services Internet USA

Ignite Web Services Scam out of Draper, Utah via the Internet

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My run down Ignite's scam road started on December 19, 2015 when I paid $ 13, 000.00 to "Ignite Web Services". The salesman from Ignite was a telemarketer selling an ecommerce website, advertisements and a 12 months course about an online business. He said that a website would bring me much better income than an ebay business (which I already had). I was asked how much income I would like to earn, and when I replied: “At least $ 3000.00 per month”, the salesman assured me that it is entirely possible and that is why the fee for the services of this company is not unreasonable.

I was told to look up 2 successful websites which were built by this company. The salesman said that he had to find out if I qualified to join their success team and after talking to his superior he affirmed that I did. He told me that his company is responsible for the success of their clients and guarantees it. I was rushed through the purchase process, because supposedly I would lose a great business opportunity if I did not make a decision fast enough. 

A representative of Ignite called me a few days later to ask me about my hobbies and interests. When he found out that I love cats, he suggested that I should sell cat supplies through my website. I became a member of the Topdawg Wholesale Company and paid a monthly fee of $ 15.00 from January to June 2014. I encountered many problems with this company which led to a cancellation of my membership. Also, I did not sell any cat supplies even though they were listed on my website and Ignite supposedly advertised for it. 

In conclusion, I feel that the telemarketer who sold this business opportunity to me completely misrepresented the services I would receive, and if I had been properly informed of the risk I was taking before I made my purchase and what the real success rate was, I would not have signed up with Ignite Web Services. I contacted Ignite to try to get a refund but the sales rep only tried to sell me more services. After many attempts to contact a manager to get my money back I finally gave up. I contacted a company to help me get my money back and they worked with me the entire time. After a few weeks I finally got a refund settlement. It makes me happy that there are a few good guys out there. If anyone else needs help contact ICS they helped me so I'm sure they can help others in this situation too.

Hope this helps someone, just know you can get out of this mess! I did...

 

- "Gene"

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