Report: #248987

Complaint Review: Platinum Millennium Publishing Aka Ty Cohen - Bridgeport Connecticut

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  • Reported By: Mississauga Ontario
  • Platinum Millennium Publishing Aka Ty Cohen PO Box 1733 Bridgeport, Connecticut U.S.A.
  • Phone: 866-752-9968
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  • Category: Music

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I ordered their product hoping that I would learn some amazing marketing ideas in the music business. With the assurance of their no questions asked ... no hassle 100% satisfaction or money back guarantee... I went ahead and ordered their products.

After downloading their products I knew I was scammed. I immediately emailed their support for a refund. They ignored me for 2 days. I them emailed them through Paypal. Finally Ty Cohen replies to my email explaining that because I ordered with the intentio n of asking for a refund.. he will not refund my money. This is a BIG scam folks... buyer beware!!!

This guy Ty Cohen is a crook and a scam artist. He will promise you the moon until he gets your money... you will get scam products and no possible refund. I wish that someone would investigate him and put him out of business. Guys like him have changed my trust level in internet purchases forever and that is sad because there are tons of honest business people out their that will be hurt by scabs like Ty Cihen.

Mississauga, Ontario

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/17/2007 12:49 AM and is a permanent record located here: https://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/platinum-millennium-publishing-aka-ty-cohen/bridgeport-connecticut-06601-1733/platinum-millenium-aka-ty-cohen-platinum-millennium-publishing-dishonest-phoney-100-sati-248987. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year. Ripoff Report has an exclusive license to this report. It may not be copied without the written permission of Ripoff Report. READ: Foreign websites steal our content

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#9 UPDATE Employee

We value our clients!

AUTHOR: Customer Support - (USA)

POSTED: Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Hi Tony,

My sincere apologies for the delay in answering this complaint,

I can assure you that Platinum Millenium is not a scam and is a legit company. As for Ty Cohen, he is a man of integrity and business values.

You make mention of the following, "After downloading their products I knew I was scammed. I immediately emailed their support for a refund." Can you please explain how you knew you were scammed as you make no mention of it being a scam but quick to make allegations?

What was your reasoning for a refund? Was the download of poor quality? Was the download not what you expected?

Please let me know how you would like to resolve the above-mentioned refund.

Thank you,

Kindest regards,

Email: Support@platinumMIllennium.com

Toll-Free: 1-866-752-9968

Phone: 1-917-720-9874

By mail:
Platinum Millenium

PO Box 644

Garner, North Carolina 27529

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#8 Consumer Comment

This Is Not An Accorate Report

AUTHOR: Mickey - (USA)

POSTED: Thursday, October 08, 2015

 This customer is talking crazy and Ty Cohen is a top notch and highly respected internet marketer and frankly, I'm tkind if ashamed that this report has even made it on the internet (especially if supposedly happened in 2007 with no supporting evidenc). I've bought Ty's products and have never had any problems (even having returned one once). The "custome" obviously was the scammer here, because he admittedly 1) bought the product, 2) downloaded it and 3) asked for a refund immediately. No one can go through a product on a day and honestly say they went through it and ask for a refund, while admittedly downloading it, too. This costumer shouldn't have been refunded in my opinion, but I don't think that is the case, because 1) Ty would have refunded him and 2) PayPal refunds you for up to 30 days, so the customer was either past the refund period (in which case he shouldn't be refunde) or the customer was flat out lying. Either way, the customer (not Ty) is a lying scammer and that post should be removed.

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#7 Author of original report

Total SCAM

AUTHOR: Tony - ()

POSTED: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

When you see the crap that you paid for it only takes minutes to know that you've been scammed. All this talk of customers downloading with no intetion of purchasing is a big lie. Don't believe this guy. I have bought many products online and have never been scammed. This guy post 30 days refund - NO QUESTIONS ASKED. Not only should he be sued - he should be charged with fraudulent misrepresentaions.

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#6 General Comment

How a seller should have a refund offer and not get his digital offer ripped off

AUTHOR: illbeback - ()

POSTED: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Whether Ty Cohen of Platinum Millennium is a scammer or not, really isn't the issue here.

As far as internet law is concern, unless a Refund Policy specifically states otherwise, a consumer has the right to ask for a refund anytime after a purchase is made.

In other words, a consumer may ask for a refund as soon as 1 minute after the purchase, or 30 days after the purchase. As imperfect the law is, it clearly states that the intent is to protect the consumer.

If Ty Cohen follows the law, he must return the consumer's money even if he suspects that the consumer bought the digital product with the intent of keeping the digital product.

A court of law would definitely find for the consumer, but who's going to file a lawsuit that costs more than the refund?

A refund policy that states that the company will honor a refund within 30 days, no questions asked, will, in all likelyhood, attract a certain percentage of legitamte refunds and buyers who intended to get the product and ask for a refund. In either case, the seller must refund the money.

The refund policy that states a refund will not be issued if Ty Cohen suspects that the buyer bought his digital product with the intent of getting a refund, still does not satisfy the law because the proof of burden is on Ty Cohen.

However, a refund policy that states a refund will be issued with proof that you implemented one the "systems" outlined in the digital product from start to finished and it did not make, let's say, at least double what you paid, will remove non-legitimate buyers.

Or have no refund policy stating that since this is a digital product and cannot be returned.

Any seller of physical or digital products should consult an internet law attorney to protect themselves from  consumers who realize they can exercise their right to sue and possibly (likely) win a substantial award.

But as far as this buyer complaint is concerned, the law is clear. The buyer is intitled to a refund and the seller should revise his refund policy that is compliant to the law.

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#5 Consumer Comment

Not True

AUTHOR: Nabar Exist - (United States of America)

POSTED: Monday, January 28, 2013
I have personally spoken to Ty on many occasions, I have bought product from Ty and he has refunded money back on products that I have over payed for so I can't believe the stories. He has also interviewed my recording artist's for his radio show at different times and we were speaking about getting together to do some events. I don't know Ty personally, as far as seeing him face - to - face is concerned, as of yet, but we have gained a good rapport over the telephone and I will continue to order more products from his company as needed as a matter of fact after I finish writing this report I will be ordering more product for the information I need.  
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AUTHOR: Sissi - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, January 11, 2010
I writing an update because TY Cohen was not the website responsible for the amounts taken on my account!You will find a report about the company who did this in another report.I called their customer service and they were actually very  understanding and sent back to me the link I did not receive before.I'm glad everything worked out for me.i'm not sure what happened to the other customer who filed a report against him but in my case things worked out great after I contacted customer service.
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AUTHOR: Sissi - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, January 11, 2010
I ordered a $27 document from them on this website http://www.myspacemagicmanuscript.com/landingpage.1.html
and later on they took huge amounts from my account with no permission at all.
This is truly disgusting.
STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCAM, I filed a report against him read it to be informed and avoid buying anything from him.
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#2 REBUTTAL Individual responds

We did everything that we could for this customer

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

POSTED: Friday, February 08, 2008
We have tens of thousands of great customers and every once and a while you get one who tries to scam the system by making false and insulting comments in an effort to get something for free. This customer called us up and specifically asked if we gave refunds on our downloadable products.

When the operator said yes, he then placed and order for multiple products of ours and then almost "Immediately" asked for a refund.

The reason for him doing so is so that he would get his money back, yet still have the products in his possession, since they are digital

Although we had no problem with issuing the refund, I do believe that it is totally unfair for customers to simply be able to outright "Steal" products, be it digital or physical. If you go into Walmart and do the same thing you would be put into jail. Stealing is a crime, no matter how it is done

As I said in the very beginning of this post, we have tens of thousands of customers, subscribers and fans of our products. Search the net and with the exception of the two post here you'll find nothing but great comments about our products, company and service. Just think about it... Thousands of people love us and only 2 have ever had something negative to say
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AUTHOR: Silendt - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 03, 2007
I don't know if I'm on to something, but it seems to me, that Ty Cohen isn't a person, but rather a dirty institution using the pen-name Ty Cohen. I came upon that thought while doing a "Suspicion report" assignment for a class, so I was trying to dig up as much dirt as I possibly could about this Ty Cohen guy, and couldn't find anything... then I realized that Ty Cohen (and this could be stupid, but I think I might be right about this) with the words jumbled right, might actually be a subtle ironic tipoff to what this really is all about... see: "Ty Cohen" = "They Con" (they being whatever company this is).

I don't really feel the need to go into detail about this guys scummy reputation, along with the bogus clients and false bolstering of his products via amazon... The conclusion that I've drawn as a result of this research is that this "guy" is a dirty scumbag who wants nothing more than your money. Stay away from Ty Cohen.
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