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1, Report #34784
Nov 10 2002
10:55 PM
Jeff Paul Systems Ripoff Rochester New York
The people at the Jeff Paul Systems lie to you with there infomertial about you making money right away, after to get the first package they tell you, you need to buy a $500 package after that $4000 and before you even use any of the packages you need to pay another fee to actully begin using them fee several times. The only help they give you is to help you send them the money. They even call you up to tell you You Qualify For A Special PriceMore like special rip off price.DO NOT PAY THEM FOR ANYTHING.Sue Martin New York, New York
Entity: Rochester, New York
2, Report #167660
Dec 12 2005
11:53 AM
Jeff Paul Systems ripoff Bartlett Illinois
I fell victim to his scam in September of this year. I have had many promises and no delivery on those promises. I was told I would recover my investment of $3,800.00 with 30 days. I have not had a sale on the web page to this date and their assistance is at best questionable. I will be pursuing those remedies you have pointed out in your material and will inform you of any results.Yours TrulyRoger henderson, NevadaU.S.A.
Entity: Bartlett, Illinois
3, Report #171525
Jan 12 2006
03:57 PM
Jeff Paul ripoff Nationwide *EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back into your bank account!
When I ordered the Jeff Paul Systems over the phone, the price was $29.95 and I was offered one month free Kitchen Table Millionaire's Club. I indicated, on a recorded conversation that I was NOT authorizing any other monies to be taken from my checking account. I learned with this month's statement from my bank that Jeff Paul Systems have taken two unauthorized $29.95 payments for the Millionaire's Club from my checking. I found an 800 number to cancel (800-323-8064) who no one ever answers and, if you hold on as indicated, it eventually hangs up on you. Also, when I called Customer Service (800-323-8064), they gave me a bogus email address customerservice@familytvproducts.com which was immediately returned to me as an address error. I called Customer Service back and got the name of a Manager, Michael McLane, who hung up on me when I asked for my money back. He indicated that he would call me back...which I doubt.Barbara Newark, DelawareU.S.A.EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back! HERE IS WHAT RIP-OFF REPORT SUGGESTS YOU DO: Go to your bank within 60 days of the charge, or as soon as you know about the charge, don't delay, and tell them that there has been fraudulent activity within your account. Explain that you wish to file a dispute, and demand that they assist you in accordance with Federal Regulation E.According to the majority of victims interviewed by Rip-off Report, those who immediately called their banks to dispute the charges did not get very far. Many victims got the following responses from their banks: we could not do anything for you or you waited too long; it has been more than 60 days.If the bank is says that you have waited too long, explain to them how you called their 800 number as soon as the charges were found, and were told by the bank that nothing could be done. Remind the bank that they failed to assist you properly at the 800 #, and instead, provided you with an inadequate explanation of your right to dispute. Tell the bank that it's their fault time has expired, and since they gave you the wrong info to begin with, they will just have to deal with it, take the loss and reverse the charges.Tell them the truth; this was unauthorized and your account was NOT to be charged! Keep emphasizing how you never authorized anything! Direct them to the hundreds of victims reports that were filed on Rip-off Report.com. And if you're at the bank, walk them over to their computer and make them go to this site! If you are on the phone with them, tell them you will wait while they access this site! Either way, be persistent!DO NOT TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER! Let them know nicely, that you were advised to Report them (the Bank) and this situation to the Banking Commission in your state. Since each state has a different name for the agency/controller over banks, find that name before you call or get to the bank so you can throw it in their face. The more knowledgeable you appear to be, the further you will get.And just continue to demand the Federal Regulation E form! The bank CAN, MUST and WILL reverse the charge! But, you must be persistent; ask to speak to the supervisor or the area manager for all the branches in the state.Let the bank personnel know you are meeting with the media later in the day, that you would much rather they do the right thing (as most other banks have) by looking at the complaints and immediately reversing the charge(s) to your account; no matter how long ago it was. Be sure to call the Media if necessary so you are telling the truth.If you have to, be loud (but nice) in front of other customers. If you are just calling by phone, the above tactics should still work. The bank can easily fax or mail to you the Federal Regulation E dispute form.CHARGES TO YOUR CREDIT CARDIf the charge was to your credit card (not debit card, check card, or checking account), contact the credit card company as soon as possible to request a dispute form. Consumers usually have a little longer to dispute fraudulent credit card charges (up to 6 months), but it is better to act right away. In this type of situation, credit card disputes are usually successful since fraudulent companies often won't contest the disputed charge. In rare cases, credit card companies will review disputes, but refuse to reverse the charges. If this occurs, complain to a manager and let them know you will be filing a report here.Remember Don't let them get away with it! Make sure they make the Rip-off Report .. The more Reports filed on a Company or individual, the more likely it is that the authorities, media and attorneys will want to take action. And good luck Let us know how you do!ED Magedson Founder, Rip-off Report.com & Author of www.ripoffrevenge.com EDitor@RipoffReport.com badbusinessbureau.com www.ripoffreport.comDon't let them get away with it. Make sure they make the Rip-off Report!We are not lawyers. We are not a collection agency.We are Consumer Advocates. ...the victims' advocateWE are Civil and Human Rights ActivistsWe are a Worldwide Consumer Reporting News Agency ...by consumers, for consumersCLICK HERE to read about Credit Card Scams... find out how to get your money back. *Rip-off Report Investigation provides valuable information.
Entity: Nationwide
4, Report #168843
May 31 2011
11:13 PM
Jeff Paul Systems ripoff Salt Lake City Utah
jeff paul systems specializes in ripping off people. I bought into his scam in september of this year. Received promises I would recover my investment with 30 - 45 days. I followed all instructions and still have not received any income after 4 months of lies and passing the buck. His affiliation with Internet Money Systems is obviously an extension of his corrupt and dishonest business plan to fleece the american public.Roger Las Vegas, NV.Roger henderson, NevadaU.S.A. CLICK here to see why Rip-off Report, as a matter of policy, deleted either a phone number, link or e-mail address from this Report.
Entity: Illinois
5, Report #188232
Apr 24 2006
07:12 AM
Jeff Paul System ripoff Van Nuys California
I seen the TV ad about how to make money with Jeff Pauls system and was curious,so i ordered it and paid 42.95 shipped and received it 3 weeks later.All i received was a bunch of really thin cheap books with very little helpfull information,it seemed like it was from the early 90's,definently old material.with alot of testimonials. it was hard to find real info,it was in the middle of the book and only a few pages.anyway the old information was useless so i just threw it away.my gambel my loss.after 5 months i kept receiving a charge on my account for 29.95 i finally got through to an operator she told me that when i made the call to order the system i was automaticly made a member of jeff pauls club and received the membership free for 30 days and if i did not cancel my membership within 45 days i was automaticly deducted 29.95 from my account for a membership which i received nothing and got nothing.of course when i made the order they talk so fast with the disclamer i am sure i just did not hear it my bad for sure for not listening.beware!Corey Camdenton, MissouriU.S.A.
Entity: Van Nuys, California
6, Report #190188
May 05 2006
05:19 PM
JEFF PAUL SYSTEM Ripoff Instant Profits Secrets Bellevi lle Illinois
Hello, I am from Illinois and just a couple of months ago i saw a commercial on TV about how to start your own little home business and everything that this man had sayd, related to what i wanted to do and how i wanted to make money. So i went online and ordered his money making books. By the way i used my moms credit card, and that was the biggest mistake of my life because what was going to happen next is horable.First of all i had to wait 2 weeks for his s**t to arrive to my house, Then it tuck me a h**l lot of time to read the books and obviously could not read them in 30 days. So i decided to return the books on maybe the 15th day. I called MANY MANY #'S. That i was given from his opperators, yea the people that were payed to just shut up and act like stupid b******s. Eventualy i ended up screaming and cusing at one girl that appeared to be not older than 18 on the phone.This guy has been charging my credit card numerous times and there IS NO WAY IN H*** THAT YOU WILL CANCEL THIS, BY CALLING HIM AND TELLING HIM THAT YOU WANT TO CANCEL IT. Just call your credit card # and dispute this with them.LISTEN TO THIS...... I CALLED THIS MR. JEFF PAUL MYSELF AND I TALKED TO HIM FOR A WHILE. THIS GUY WAS ACTING LIKE A COMPLETE IDIOT. PRETENDING NOT TO KNOW JACK S*** ABOUT WHAT THE HECK I WAS TALKING ABOUT. WHEN I ASKED HIM WHY HE WAS DOING THIS HE TOLD ME I DONT KNOW WHAT YOUR TALKING ABOUT MAN, JUST CANCEL THE THING AND I AM NOT DOING NOTHING HEREPEOPLE THAT WOULD LIKE TO GET HIS ADDRESS AND HIS PHONE PERSONAL HOME PHONE # I WILL GLADLY GIVE IT TO YOU SO YOU CAN CALL HIS ASS AND SCREAM AT HIM FOR TAKING YOUR MONEY TO.JEFF MY FRIEND I AM COMING FOR YOU, AND I WILL MEET YOU IN PERSON SO I CAN SPIT IN YOUR D**N FACE AND TELL YOU WHO I AM. I KNOW WHERE YOU LIKE, I HAVE SEEN YOUR HOUSE OVER GOOGLE EARTH AND I HAVE DONE ALLOT OF REASERCH ABOUT YOU. I WILL PUT YOU DOWN. BY THE WAY I AM IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. JUST ABOUT 3-4 HRS. AWAY FROM BELLEVILLE.
Entity: Belleville, Illinois
7, Report #73798
Dec 02 2003
03:22 PM
Jeff Paul Systems ripoff did not refund my money when returned do not respond to calls Rochester New York
I purchased the Jeff Paul System from an Ad I heard on a local radio station. I was told it would only cost me $9.99 shipping and handling for the system. I could check it out for 30 days and return it at no additional charge if I found it wasn't for me.After I called and received a return authorization, the very next day my credit card was charged $97.00, 1st of 4 monthly installment payments for the system. I called and was told that the charge was placed to ensure I would return the system and once they received it I would receive a refund.I placed a delivery confirmation (as I recommend everyone does to protect themselves) and it stated they received it October 1, 2003. I have called several times, emailed about 5 or 6 times, I only received one response by email and that was to say they would get back to me later that day. I have yet to receive another response or my refund.It is now December 2nd and they have not responded to the Better Business Bureau either. I never authorized an additional charge and they charged it anyway.Unfortunately, I used Paypal and after so many days you cannot fight a charge. I would STAY AWAY from this company. The system is a bunch of crap that we have all read and they do not honor their word. DO NOT BUY!Stacy Kenosha, WisconsinU.S.A.
Entity: Rochester, New York
8, Report #156455
Sep 08 2005
08:01 PM
Jeff Paul Systems scam sales pitch, want my money with nothing but promises of riches Las Vegas & Van Nuys California
After sending for the Jeff Paul marketing kit, which my wife, who ordered it, never read, we got an unsolicited call from the Jeff Paul group, stating that if we were lucky enough to fit the profile, Jeff Paul and his professionals, who knew so much more than we, who are so successful, would take us under their wing and teach us how to reach all of our financial goals.The caller was very interested in our Visa card, wanting to know how much available credit was on it. We told him in total terms what our CC debt and available credit were, but he was insistent on finding out about the Visa card. I told him it was none of his business.The caller asked us how much money we would like to make, and how little we would like to work. How would we spend this new found wealth? All things are possible if we are chosen among the select.The caller would engage us with his questions, asking us our opinions and thoughts on statements he made, obviously feeling us out on how compliant we were.There were several indications of a scam with this first person, the questions made to draw you in, the imaginings of being loaded with money, waking up in the morning and checking the internet to find out how much money you made while you were asleep, the interest in the available credit card debt, using OTM (other peoples money),etc.We were handed off to a second person, the big boss, Jeff Eemish, a smooth talker, a closer obviously. He emphasized how, if we fit the bill, we could be among those chosen for special handling and grooming to be web mass marketers. Hey, we wouldn't even have to sell anything, we could just have hyperlinks to merchants on our website, and make money every time someone clicked to a merchant site from ours. And then there are the cases of the testimonials given on the infomercials, including the woman who sells bicyle pumps on the web and make twenty something thousand a month. He emphasized the commercial savvy of Jeff Paul and his elect, how he could teach us much, since we were not wildly successful ourselves.Then came the pitch. Were we ready to make a committment? He had decided the cost for our committment was $4860. I stated that before I would plunk down this money, I would have to see a contract. The closer said the contract would come after my payment, with the student package, but I would be soon talking to a clerical who would be recording statements, and this would be a verbal contract.Of course, I knew this would be disclosure ploy, We do not promise results, etc. He stated that they were heavily regulated by the FTC, that if they were not on the up and up, they couldn't be doing what they were doing. He stated that a written contract at this time could not codify this type of transaction. I stated that what he should have is a service contact, a very common style of contact. We stated that we would not go any further without reviewing a contract.He then got huffy, started jumping on the first caller, that he must have made a mistake because we were apparently not (and he did not actually use the word) desparate enough to jump at this opportunity. We all ended the conversation. Both my wife and I knew during the first caller conversation that this was a scam, we played along, but it ended up being a bigger waste of time than my curiousity could afford. They really like to soften you up, but I wasn't born yesterday, been screwed before, thankyou, by better.Gerard Houston, TexasU.S.A.
Entity: Van Nuys, California
9, Report #173663
Jan 28 2006
09:37 AM
Jeff Paul, Money Tree - No Limits, No Excuses ripoff, Work at Home Scam, FRAUD!!!! Internet
I am a single mom, barely scrapping by when I see an infomercial on tv last August on Jeff Paul - Making money at your kitchen table in your underwear for $29.95.Well, I fell for it as I desperately need to increase my income, so I order it. Before I've even gotten it, I get a call from Jeff Paul's office who tell me that only a few people have been chosen to be put on the fast track and guided by the hand with a personal coach to become a success story. And guess what? I was one of the chosen!!!! Wow!They explain the system to me and tell me that I need to invest 5001 in order to get the kit but that they guarantee me that I will get the money back within the first 90 days and that they will take me by the hand to teach me this as I really am a computer novice. I was very hestitant, as I had no money but somehow they convinced me that they wouldn't let me fail - they wanted me to be on their infomercials as a success story.So.....I max out my credit cards and scrap up the money. Two days later, I get a call from a financial advisor who tells me that I also need another 1800 to get a tax id number and licenses, etc. Again, against my better judgement, I do it, thinking that it made sense.Well, I waited for almost 3 months before I received my package in the mail, telling me how to do this. In the meantime, I was sent emails on phone calls to listen to on how to build money tree sites. As I said, I am a computer novice and didn't understand most of what was being said, so I repeatedly called to get the coach that I had been told I would have, to teach me everything, but lo and behold after about 8 weeks, was told that there was no coach - it was all an error!By this time, I am panicing because I am close to bankcrupt and cannot afford to even buy food for my kids when finally, after calling about 30 times, I finally reach a customer service rep to tell them I want a refund, when they explain to me that I only have 30 days to request a refund! Of course, I don't know in 30 days that I can't do this, as I am still waiting at that point, for my package and also my coach to contact me.I tell them all of that and also that this is fraud, because the coach and the 3 web sites that they were supposed to build for me, were still not there after 4 months! So, after the customer service rep talks to her supervisor, they agree to send me a form to fill out and I can send it back for a refund.OK.....Well, I receive the form almost a month later and it says that everything to be returned, must be unopened! How would I know that I can't do it if I haven't looked at it?????So, here I am, almost bankcrupt, and I am going to send everything back, but I can almost guarantee you that I won't see a cent of my money back cause they will have some loophole there. The icing on the cake though, is also this morning, when I am checking my email, I get another email from Jeff Paul trying to sell me the package all over again (obviously, they are still at it and don't know I already have it), only this time, they are offering the initial package for free - not the 29.95 I originally paid.The scary part is, how many more people will be ripped off and scammed by these people before they are shut down?I admit, I was stupid to fall for it. My only defense, is that in desperate times, you do desperate things, and I so needed to find another income to support my kids. At this point, I am drowning, hysterical most of the time, and simply don't know how we can survive it I have lost this money.... Stupid.....These people, Jeff Paul, Shawn Casey, and Jeff Fleck, have no conscious at all.... I explained my situation very clearly to the rep - Jeremy - who called me originally, and he lied to me and encouraged me to do this anyway.This is a total scam and a rip off from people who have no integrity, no morales, and no concern with the devestation they are causing. I hope anyone who reads this, will be smarter and wiser than I and not fall for this scam. And just an afterthought----we wonder what is wrong with America?Susan Cape Coral, FloridaU.S.A.Click here to read other Rip Off Reports on Work at Home Scamsclick here to read other Rip-off Reports on Home Based Businesses
Entity: Internet
10, Report #140520
Apr 26 2005
07:15 PM
Jeff Paul Systems And Instant Profits Marketing ripoff!! They talked me into spending several thousand dollars and now I can't get anyone to contact me. Bartlett Illinois
I purchased the Jeff Paul Instant Profits System in March 2003 for $4,288. Got all the required systems set up including toll-free system, leasing company for the virtual terminal, e-commerce to take credit cards, etc. These fees, by the way, have cost me $130.00 per month.I was in contact with my coach regularly and placed several ads with no results. In June, my coach got seriously ill, so had no contact for several weeks. Made contact again, ran several more ads and talked with my coach December 9, 2003.I moved the last week of December and the first months of 2004 did not have access to the internet or to my toll-free line, although I was paying for the monthly fees all that time.When settled, I called the customer support number I had all this time to get particular information. I was told they did not have me as a customer but to call another number. I called that number and they couldn't help me either. I called my coach's number and it was now a hot girls number.I purchased a particular package so I could order the product and have it drop shipped from their New York outfit. They cannot be reached. I have e-mailed and left message and still have not heard from them. I faxed them March 1, 2005 and have had no response.Kathleen Cody, WyomingU.S.A.
Entity: Bartlett, Illinois
11, Report #136070
Mar 22 2005
07:04 PM
Jeff Paul Mentoring Freedom Fufillment - Jeff Paul Mentoring Of America - Jeff Paul 10 Session Kit ripoff they said that the internet was not oversold with cardio zone fitness equipment when they knew it was a scam Provo Utah*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
I bought Jeff Paul's Millionaires Club for 29.95. A few days later I was called by Mentoring of America and was sold a bill of goods Jeff Paul's 10 session kit for 6295.00. This was described as a sure money maker they said most people make their money back in the first three months. I questioned and told them that it seemed that there would be more people selling their equipment than buying it but they assured me that this was not the case and if I followed their advice the sales would follow. I was sent a huge box of vcr tapes and audio cd's and notebooks to read that were part of the package.I was called by their coaching staff and started building a webpage with help from the coach a John Roylence. It was then that I started looking at cardio zone fitness equipment websites, to my shock I found thousands of companies and individuals selling this equipment. I WENT TO JIM ROSEN SUCKS WEBSITE and read scores of people who had been scammed in 2003 who built websites, got to the top found by the search engines and still couldn't sell this equipment. Jim Rosen and Jeff Paul are in business together so they knew 2 or 3 years ago but yet still set people up to sell cardio zone fitness equipment knowing there was an oversold market for this equipment. When I discovered this fraud I demanded a full refund but was told they don't give refunds. I recieved their package on Jan 13, 2005 and notified their customer service dept on March 15, 2005 that I want my money refunded. I contacted them again on 3-21-05 because they never called me back. On 3-22-05 they called and offered to extend my coaching for 3 to 6 months, but I told them I was going to contact the FBI because interstate fraud is a federal crime and they are guilty of fraud. Rickie Bedford, KentuckyU.S.A.
Entity: Provo, Utah
12, Report #140992
Apr 29 2005
08:30 PM
JEFF PAUL, LLC Shady Business many different numbers and addresses for this company Jeff Paul's Kitchen Table Millionare's System VAN NUYS California*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
I saw the tv commercial for Jeff Paul's Kitchen Table Millionare's System and decided it seemed ligit... and ordered it on 4/28/05 through the internet. I recieved confirmation emails and all that but they all have fake numbers and email addresses on them. I have tried to call and email to cancel this order since I found out they are ripping people off... well, no luck. Why? Because it's all a scam. I have seen so many different numbers and addresses for this company. I cannot get ahold of one single person to help me out. Now I have to go through all the baloney with the credit card company... we'll see what happens now. !!! DO NOT ORDER THIS SYSTEM !!! Crystal Plymouth, MichiganU.S.A.
Entity: VAN NUYS, California
13, Report #72763
Nov 21 2003
09:45 PM
Jeff Paul System ripoff, made promises they did not keep Rochester New York*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
They told me to try the system for 30 days and then if I did not make any money they give me refund. So I ordered it but in the box they told me to call someone so I did. He said he would send me some products to try. He charged my credit card giving the same grarantee. But the package took 2 weeks to come and then I tried to return it but they kept taking my name and would say someone would return my call. Then the 30 days were gone and I kept trying. Finally I spoke to someone but they told me it was to late and would not return my money. They ended up charging my credit card $1500.00. I have tried to dispute it but since it was my checkcard was unable to stop it. Denise Greenville, South CarolinaU.S.A.
Entity: Rochester, New York
14, Report #155361
Aug 29 2005
12:47 PM
Jeff Paul Mentoring Of America ripoff scams fraud American Fork Utah*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
I first saw the Jeff Paul Marketing system on the TV then I decied to give a try so I ordered their product on the internet which is $30, but the information on the book were confusing.On Aug 23 2005, one of the Directors Named Mr. Corry Gorgemfem from Jeff Paul Mentoring of America called me, ask about your credit card limit and debt on it, then he offering me a Mentoring Program Package for small business which would cost $6000. He got me all excited He clear stated that until I sign a contract agreement paper, they are not going to charge on the credit card. He also mentioned a cancellation and refund on the prgram. Then he asked for the credit card information only for verification purposes. Upon received the credit card information he transferred my call to the customer service department. They also mention it was for the verification purposes. Then they did a speed registration. No cancellation or refund policy was discussed during the registration process. Soon after the registration, my credit card was charged $6000 Few days later I only received an enrollment confirmation paper. I have contacted the Company, and they declined there is a contract agreement paper, and I tried to cancel the program. But they refused Now they said they have No cancellation policy. I have also been trying to contact with the director Mr. Corry and he never calls back. Seems He is trying to avoid my calls. That is how they do business, first have the director contact you saying something different about their ploicy and trick you into giving your band or credit card information. then the customer department do things another way. when you finally realized what happened. You have to deal with the customer department, and they always have good reason about the registration, saying it was your fault not konwing their company policy. Yi Jacksonville, FloridaU.S.A.
Entity: American Fork, Utah
15, Report #156158
Sep 06 2005
04:16 PM
Jeff Paul Cancelled, but over 8 months later, they're still charging us! When we called, they said I never cancelled, ripoff! Van Nuvs California*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
My sister cancelled her subscription to Jeff Paul before her daughter was born. Her daughter's now 9 months old. She used my mom's debit account. She changed her mind after soon after she subscirbed, so she cancelled it over the phone. They called her the next day, I guess as a confirming her cancellation, and she said, I'm still getting these newsletters... She was told, Yeah-- don't worry-- even after you're cancelled, you get the newsletters... Today she got a letter saying that she bought something on the 2nd, which she never did. She called today to tell them, since they charged my mom's account (and my mom lives, literally, paycheck to paycheck), and they said, You never cancelled. But sure, I'll cancel you now. We'll call you tomorrow for a cancellation confirmation... I have no idea why they thought that my sister ordered anything from that site, when she cancelled it at least 9 months ago. I'm not sure how many other people are complaining, but I wanted to let someone know that we were scammed, and hope that if anyone else was, there might be some notice gathered towards this site. Charissa West Lafayette, IndianaU.S.A.
Entity: Van Nuvs, California
16, Report #129005
Jan 26 2005
03:26 PM
Jeff Paul Informercials And Others ripoff California*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
I sent for the Jeff Paul program and have not received it as yet. It was only after making the purchase that i found the ripoff report website. I haven't been charged $29.95 monthly fee yet, however I plan on returning the package as soon as I get it. I will open only because I want to verify that it is probably useless but also to pay the $2.00 in postage plus $1.50 or so extra for delivery confirmation. (they charged $12.50 for world wide delivery?) what's that? In general it looks like all infomercials like this on t.v. work at home and make money are all a ripoff. If this is the case why do they allow such false advertising on television? Yes I know, money talks and bullshit walks. But no matter how much money they pay to have these little segments on t.v., if it can't be proven, verified, or have a written agreement or if the station selling the airtime would check out your website for reported rip offs, they should not give them the airtime to falsely advertise their products. I just wish there was someone out there that would get some airtime to report all these lousy, lieing, cheating infomercials and websites and there total worthless value. Thersa Anderson, IndianaU.S.A.
Entity: Internet
17, Report #81784
Feb 25 2004
10:00 AM
Jeff Paul Systems Prescription Drug Card business hypes big results but delivers only dissapointment Rochester New York*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
Jeff Paul Systems promotes his scam via TV infomercials. Real success stories make it sound viable. After purchasing an inexpensive $40 package to make money at your kitchen table in your underwear, they will prompt you to call for a special promotion that will allow you to really make the big money talked about in the inexpensive teaser. This is where they will upsell you, for substantial fees, a proven, test marketed program. I fell for the prescription drug card business plan, because it sounded like it would work. The business kit included proven emotional marketing letters (supposedly Jeff Paul's expertise) and some brochures that you could place in strategic locations. I and a partner worked the business diligently for six months, with very poor results. The letters did not pull, and to complicate matters, they were having trouble with their vendor who supplied the cards (no communcation of this problem was given). In disgust, I asked for a complete refund due to misrepresentation and fraud, and, of course, all I got was the runaround. Jeff Paul System offers weak programs and no support. They do not honor what they sell. Do not fall for the hype! David Greenwich, New YorkU.S.A.
Entity: Rochester, New York
18, Report #117536
Nov 12 2004
03:49 PM
Jeff Paul, LLC ripoff Van Nuys California*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
Without making clear at all, they charge you a recurring fee every month. Initial documents sent are not worth a penny. When I first called and complained that there was a recurring charge of $29.95, I was told that that was a monthly membership charge and I immediately cancelled that monthly membership and wanted my money back for the recurring charge. I was told that would be credited to my account. When that was not done, I called again on 11/12/2004 and was told by Karen that they do not refund monies. I paid for what I wanted through the TV ad. I have no problem with that. However, I did not sign any contract saying that I authorize them to charge me every month for $29.95. It was never clear that I was signing on to a scam. I have also started a claim and and reported them to Washington State Attorney General's Office Ilker Renton, WashingtonU.S.A.
Entity: Van Nuys, California
19, Report #187931
Apr 21 2006
04:29 PM
Jeff Paul shady business ripoff Van Nuys California*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
I purchased the program off the tv for around $80. A coup[le weeks after I got the program they called me to tell me I was in the special club and it would only cost me $3,200 more to get the package, I barely had enough space on my credit cards to do it. I was finally convinced to join the club and paid the $3,200.two days later I was really not wanting to go through with this I called and told them I want to quit and they made it sound like I had no choice to quit and I wasn't going to get my money back so I should just go through with it. I tried emailing and I got no reply from two different emails. After a long time on the phone where they were harrassing me to the point I was in tears and finnally gave in. That was my mistake turns out their 60 day money back guarentee is a scam because by saying yes that time I had given up all rights to receive any sort of refund. I tried calling to send it back but they said they will not refund my money. I was very pressured into this, everyone I talked to on the phone were making me feel stupid for wanting to quit and were prying into personal reasons I had for not doing the program. I am a young adult that has added a big pile up on my debts and am not sure if I can really do this program on my own. I think that Jeff Paul is a shady business that doesn't really want to help you make money they just want your money I hope noone else gets taken advantage of the way I did. Ashley Sedro Woolley, WashingtonU.S.A.
Entity: Van Nuys, California
20, Report #194111
May 31 2011
11:15 PM
Jeff Paul ripoff theft fradulent business practice nonresponsive company representatives poor quality materials Van Nuys California
I have spent two months now trying to cancel the Jeff Paul Making Money in your Underwear program, and still have not been able to do so. The 800 number provided by the company for cancellation (they promised quick and easy way to cancel) never worked--I spent hours on the phone holding or was disconnected.A large number of company salespeople had called me to sell me other products, and I informed each and every one that I was cancelling and had cancelled. I contested the continuing charges with my bank (and this is still being contested at this writing). I called the number on the credit card statement--American Family Publishers (no legitimate American family would treat customers this way) and was today told that the money could not be refunded.They continue to try to sell me the crock of bulls**t that their seals people (the large number of them who were calling on my private line) were not able to cancel the subscription. It told them that this was ridiculous and a fraudent business practice since the Jeff Paul representatives who contact me at my home should be qualified to listen and act in the information given to them, especially in an emergency situation such as their 800 number being disfunctional (NOTHING AT ALL LIKE THE QUICK AND EASY CANCELLATION THEY PROMISED IN THEIR ADVERTISING)I recommend that anyone intrigued by the advertising stay as far away from this company as possible. The package of mail order materials I was sent in the introductory package was cheap, amateurish and shoddy. Absolutely nothing was worth the money paid, and there was not a single idea in it that could not be obtained from a business opportunity adsheet anywhere online.AVOID JEFF PAUL AND HIS THEIVES!I still don't know if this garbage is cancelled. The next stop for me will be the police station if I don't get some resolution of the fraudent charges from my credit card company very soon.BEWARE!!Jeremy Miami, FloridaU.S.A.
Entity: Van Nuys, California
21, Report #233651
Jan 30 2007
09:03 PM
Jim Fleck, Jeff Paul And Shawn Casey's New Millions With Memberships Program Is Jim Fleck, Jeff Paul and Shawn Casey's new Millions With Memberships program just another rip-off? That Is The Question! Yorkville Illinois
On the 28th of January I purchased the Millions With Memberships program on offer by these gentlemen, Jim Fleck, Jeff Paul and Shawn Casey's because it looked like a good offer. The payment was for just 5 easy payments of $899 = $4.495 plus $75.00 for orders outside the United States, making a total payment of $4,570 which equates to $5,918.12 Australian, or I could go for 1 payment of $3,999 plus $75 shipping =$4074US which equates to $5,276.95 Australian! So to save a few dollars, I plunked for the single payment plan!Now I'm an elderly person retired and at home living on a government carers pension caring for my dear wife who is not and never will be again 100% in good health, so getting by on my carers pension is not easy at times. So when I saw the offer, Millions With Memberships program, from Jim Fleck, Jeff Paul and Shawn Casey, I thought I could supplement my income and so I placed the bill on my credit card!I received (downloaded) the program and the other relevant sections of the Millions With Memberships program and for the next 26 hours, (after reading and watching the videos, registering a new domain name and setting things up with mine host for the new domain) I tried to install/set-up the MMS program. Now even though I don't consider myself an expert with scripts and programs, I do have well over sixteen years of setting-up scripts, programs and websites, so you would think, after reading all the set-up instructions a few times, I would have no problem setting-up this MMS script/program! But Not So!After all the problems I was having trying to set-up the script (six hours in one session) and getting the following error reportsWarning: UnknownWarning: UnknownWarning: (null)() [function.include]: FailedFatal error:I decided that I had had enough! So I thought I would write and get some advice from the technical department of Millions With Memberships. Would you believe every single email I sent was bounced back to me with a Mailer-Daemon failure notice! I tried every mailbox I had on Shawn Casey but in each instance the email was bounced back to me!I then tried the help desk but by now I was so fed-up with the way I was being treated I wanted a full refund! Why? Because the program was giving me problems with installation and would not work. Even after the installation informed me that the installation had been successful! The program, MMS, would not work!Anyway, I went to the MMS help desk, talk about a waste of time and effort! These gentlemen have things set-up as a catch 22 situation!Jim Fleck, Jeff Paul and Shawn Casey tell you on their website/sales page and I quote! Here's Our No-Hard-Feelings, No-Hassle 90 Day Guarantee: We want to make this very simple for you: As you use the entire system over the next 90 days, We guarantee you'll be making money from your own Memberships business. If not, then simply notify us to cancel your membership and we'll promptly refund your entire purchase price. No one else has enough confidence in their training materials to make this kind of rock solid guarantee. But we have complete confidence that our system will work for you as it works for us so we're putting our money where our mouth is. We're making this Iron Glad Guarantee so you can order with complete confidence! End Quote:Their help desk also states you can receive a refund within ninety days but, Just try requesting a refund! That's a whole different barrel of fish!The information on the help desks Q&A clearly states: How do I request a refund? And it supplies the following answer:If you are not happy with your order, you have 90 days to request a refund. You will need to Submit a Ticket requesting a refund and include your full name, email address and product ordered.Now that's not so hard to understand, is it? But when I, or O guess any unhappy client, enter my/their details then try to submit a ticket requesting a refund, well I don't know about anyone else but I get the following message: Quote: Submit a Ticket:Your ticket was not submitted as there are some possible answers in our knowledgebase, they are listed below. If your answer is not listed then please click the button at the bottom of this page. End Quote: Now the answere I was looking for was not listed and guess what clicking the button on the bottom of the page does? When I click the button on the bottom of the page, I get to type out another message requesting a refund, I then click send to the help desk, I am then informed, surprise surprise! Quote: Submit a Ticket Your ticket was not submitted as there are some possible answers in our knowledgebase, they are listed below. If your answer is not listed then please click the button at the bottom of this page How do I request a refund?If you are not happy with your order, you have 90 days to request a refund. You will need to Submit a Ticket requesting a refund and include your full name, email address and product ordered. End Quote:Like I have stated; this is a catch 22 that keeps clients going round in circles!If any of you gentlemen, Jim Fleck, Jeff Paul and Shawn Casey read this post, may I make a suggestion, I suggest you honor your guarantee and give full refunds when you say you will do so! Replying to emails from clients would also be good for your business! Doing so could well generate even more millions for you! I sell my own software programs, anti spyware/adware programs and other programs, I also sell my own and other peoples e-books, I receive around 900 emails per day, a fair amount of SPAM in included, but I personally answer all emails from clients that need replying to, no one has ever requested a refund from me but if they did, I would promptly give a refund. The last complaint I had from a client was in September of 2006, I had sent the client the wrong software and he wrote to tell me so! I told the client to keep the software I had sent him by mistake and asked if he wanted me to send him the right software, no charge, or if he wanted a full refund! That client thanked me and requested I send the right program, the one he had paid for! Everyone came away happy! Sure I lost a couple of dollars but I still have a happy client and a good name but then I haven't made many millions of dollars from the net and I still treat people as I would have them treat me! Am I being old fashioned?I am at present working with my bank to reclaim the money paid to Jim Fleck, Jeff Paul and Shawn Casey for their Millions With Memberships program as I want nothing to do with these people, I have removed MMS from my system (junked it)One still hoping for a refund very unhappy Australian client of Jim Fleck, Jeff Paul and Shawn Casey!Bill CorioAustralia
Entity: Nationwide
22, Report #152398
Aug 03 2005
04:50 PM
Jeff Paul, Making Money In Your Underware ripoff, deceptive, billing practices Ripoff Internet*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
Anyone doing business with this firm better hang on to their wallet. I responded to a tv informercial and was interested in the books they were selling. The agent taking my order was pitching offers and ad ons with great enthusiasim to which I politely at the time responded with, no thank you. She went into detail about the millionaires club and such. I told her I only wanted the books and would decide later if I wanted to purchase any other materials or services. I made it very clear. Only the books. For two months I have been billed $29.95 per month for consultation services I have never used since I was unaware I got anything other then the books. The company replied by email the agent could not and would not seperate the trial membership from the purchase package. This was not and I repeat not what I agreed to. I repeated at least twice that I was only interested in the books. Had that not been possible, I should have been told honestly and up front that the program can not be purchased in such fashion. Very, very slimy if you ask me. Don't trust these people. They give all decent firms selling online or on tv a bad rap. I'am pursuing legal action against this firm. I didn't use their services, I ask not to be part of the ongoing consultation offer and was sold the program with that understanding on my part. The reply is that there is an opt out form in the package of materials. Thats total garbage. I should be able to buy a product, pay for that product and throw it in the garbage without ever opening it and not be subject to ongoing fees if I requested up front the transaction be done that way. And in fact that is the very thing I did. I asked for written materials and specifically to be left out of any other deal, offer or ongoing commitment. They sold it anyways and now say I could not purchase the plan that way. Pure underhanded, slimy, fraudulant behavior. Larry New Kennsington, PennsylvaniaU.S.A.
Entity: Internet
23, Report #127289
Jan 13 2005
07:45 PM
Jeff Paul ripoff UNAUTHORIZED CHARGES, DECEPTIVE PRACTICES, terrible customer service, unethical business practices Van Nuys California *EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back into your bank account!*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
After canceling an order placed in the beginning of November, charges showed up on my account in January!!! They refused to resolve the situation and basically said tough luck. They hung up on me when I asked to speak to a supervisor! Contact me if you need additional details! Kathryn Byram, MississippiU.S.A. EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back! HERE IS WHAT RIP-OFF REPORT SUGGESTS YOU DO: Go to your bank within 60 days of the charge, or as soon as you know about the charge, don't delay, and tell them that there has been fraudulent activity within your account. Explain that you wish to file a dispute, and demand that they assist you in accordance with Federal Regulation E. According to the majority of victims interviewed by Rip-off Report, those who immediately called their banks to dispute the charges did not get very far. Many victims got the following responses from their banks: we could not do anything for you or you waited too long; it has been more than 60 days. If the bank is says that you have waited too long, explain to them how you called their 800 number as soon as the charges were found, and were told by the bank that nothing could be done. Remind the bank that they failed to assist you properly at the 800 #, and instead, provided you with an inadequate explanation of your right to dispute. Tell the bank that it's their fault time has expired, and since they gave you the wrong info to begin with, they will just have to deal with it, take the loss and reverse the charges. Tell them the truth; this was unauthorized and your account was NOT to be charged! Keep emphasizing how you never authorized anything! Direct them to the hundreds of victims reports that were filed on Rip-off Report.com. And if you're at the bank, walk them over to their computer and make them go to this site! If you are on the phone with them, tell them you will wait while they access this site! Either way, be persistent! DO NOT TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER! Let them know nicely, that you were advised to Report them (the Bank) and this situation to the Banking Commission in your state. Since each state has a different name for the agency/controller over banks, find that name before you call or get to the bank so you can throw it in their face. The more knowledgeable you appear to be, the further you will get. And just continue to demand the Federal Regulation E form! The bank CAN, MUST and WILL reverse the charge! But, you must be persistent; ask to speak to the supervisor or the area manager for all the branches in the state. Let the bank personnel know you are meeting with the media later in the day, that you would much rather they do the right thing (as most other banks have) by looking at the complaints and immediately reversing the charge(s) to your account; no matter how long ago it was. Be sure to call the Media if necessary so you are telling the truth. If you have to, be loud (but nice) in front of other customers. If you are just calling by phone, the above tactics should still work. The bank can easily fax or mail to you the Federal Regulation E dispute form. CHARGES TO YOUR CREDIT CARD If the charge was to your credit card (not debit card, check card, or checking account), contact the credit card company as soon as possible to request a dispute form. Consumers usually have a little longer to dispute fraudulent credit card charges (up to 6 months), but it is better to act right away. In this type of situation, credit card disputes are usually successful since fraudulent companies often won't contest the disputed charge. In rare cases, credit card companies will review disputes, but refuse to reverse the charges. If this occurs, complain to a manager and let them know you will be filing a report here. Remember Don't let them get away with it! Make sure they make the Rip-off Report .. The more Reports filed on a Company or individual, the more likely it is that the authorities, media and attorneys will want to take action. And good luck Let us know how you do! ED Magedson Founder, Rip-off Report.com & Author of www.ripoffrevenge.com EDitor@RipoffReport.com badbusinessbureau.com www.ripoffreport.com Don't let them get away with it. Make sure they make the Rip-off Report! We are not lawyers. We are not a collection agency. We are Consumer Advocates. ...the victims' advocate WE are Civil and Human Rights Activists We are a Worldwide Consumer Reporting News Agency ...by consumers, for consumers CLICK HERE to read about Credit Card Scams... find out how to get your money back. *Rip-off Report Investigation provides valuable information.
Entity: Van Nuys, California
24, Report #128829
Jan 25 2005
12:19 PM
Jeff Paul Ripoff Deceptive Sales Un-athorized Credit Card Charges VAN NUYS California EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back into your bank account!*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
My 15 year old daughter was doing a school research project on infomercial products and if they were what they were cranked up to be along with the value of the programs. I purchased the Jeff Paul, LLC making money program. The toal cost of the product along with Shipping was $42.00. This was back in October of 2004. Ever since, Jeff Paul, LLC has been charging my credit card $29.95 per month. When I contacted the Jeff Paul offices they told me sorry, these charges are for the millionaires club that you are automatically signed up for and when the product was sent, if you do not reply back stating you do not want this service you are going to get a monthly charge for it. This is deceptive. I have asked several times through emails and phone calls to stop charging my credit card and they refuse to do so. I have disputed the charges with American Express who is investigating Jeff Paul, LLC on my behalf. The only millionare here is Jeff Paul who is using opt out tactics and is charging credit cards with no authorization. Stay away from this rip-off company. If necessary, I am prepared to file a complaint with the FTC and a lawsuit from my attorney if they do not stop charging my credit card without authorization and refund all the money back to me that they have charged, up and beyond the initial purchase. Bob Duluth, GeorgiaU.S.A.
Entity: VAN NUYS, California
25, Report #115801
Nov 02 2004
02:32 PM
Jeff Paul - Mentoring Of America - John Beck And Mentoring Of America - Mentoring Of America - John Beck ripoff Midvale, Draper, Provo, Orem Utah & Californai*UPDATE Rip-off Report Investigation: John Alexander Pledges To Resolve Complaints. - commitment to 100% customer satisfaction - Consumers can feel confident & secure when doing business with Jeff Paul.
This company has a bad rep - so I cancelled my empoyment interview appointment today. For all those who have been ripped off by this company, and who would like to put them out of business - or at least convince them to refund your money - here is a tip I picked up while reading on another complaint and was reminded by one of the threads on this one. If you have an autodialer on your phone, or a fax machine, or a computer with a fax machine or autodialer, program the unit to continually redial the offending company's toll free number. If sending a fax, send a message that you will turn off the autodialer / fax transmission when you receive your refund and all hounding for payment stops. Every time your machine calls the number it costs them money and ties up their phone line so they can't receive calls that make them money. if you have the phone number for their infomercial, program THAT one in too - Gabby Salt Lake City, UtahU.S.A. sorry, allowing you to give a competitors name would instigate others to just file against their competition, to only come back later to suggest their company your comments on this policy are welcome! CLICK here to see why Rip-off Report, as a matter of policy, deleted either a phone number, link or e-mail address from this Report.
Entity: Midvale, Utah

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