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Report: #308997

Complaint Review: Reverse Funnel System - Ty Coughlin - Internet

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  • Reported By: Pearl River Louisiana
  • Reverse Funnel System - Ty Coughlin www.reversefunnelsystem.com Internet U.S.A.

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The reverse funnel system is a scam and very deciving. I paid the 50.00 only to discover that this company would like to have me pay 3000.00 more dollars to become a member to stay at resorts.

The reason I file this report is

1) Every reverse funnel system scammer tells you this: "You can get the 50.00 back if it's not for you, completely refundable"

WRONG! There is no contact information on the site, and they are completely un-reachable.

2)Spammers! They Set you up on phone auto-callers and email autoresponders, that are extremely loud, and You have no possible way of unsubscribing.


NOTE: I do not have a problem with Network Marketing, and I am not calling this a scam. However, I do have a problem with reverse funnel system, and ty coughlins screaming loud recordings on my answering machine.

This is a last resort effort to warn everyone else that soon as you let go of the 50.00, You will not get it back, And you will be annoyed through emails and phone calls.

Matt
Pearl River, Louisiana
U.S.A.

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#4 Consumer Comment

Getting a refund

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

POSTED: Friday, March 21, 2008
I understand your exasperation! I couldn't find a way to get a refund of the $50 either, and that's because it seems like EVERYONE qualifies! You are right that there is no contact information, except that the company name is shown on the site in places - Dynamic Marketing Alliance in Las Vegas.

To be fair to Ty and his team, they do have a valid product, which is membership in Global Resorts Network. This is a club that offers members huge discounts on luxury vacations so that familes can stay in any of 5000 resorts around the world for only $298 per week. Sometimes it's as high as $699 per week, but even so, those are pretty good rates. I researched this extensively and posted my findings at www.UnderstandingGRN.com

To be fair to you, the emails and voice mails are sometimes overwhelming! Also, he does make it look like this is a pure auto-pilot business that requires NO effort on your part, and that's a pipe dream. I think he would be even more successful going forward if he made it look LESS like a scam! That being said, I HEARD he has raked in over $9 million so far, but that's hearsay.

Good luck

david

disclaimer: I am a global resorts network member who did NOT sign up under Ty Coughlin. I did my due diligence and bought the membership from another party.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Getting a refund

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

POSTED: Friday, March 21, 2008
I understand your exasperation! I couldn't find a way to get a refund of the $50 either, and that's because it seems like EVERYONE qualifies! You are right that there is no contact information, except that the company name is shown on the site in places - Dynamic Marketing Alliance in Las Vegas.

To be fair to Ty and his team, they do have a valid product, which is membership in Global Resorts Network. This is a club that offers members huge discounts on luxury vacations so that familes can stay in any of 5000 resorts around the world for only $298 per week. Sometimes it's as high as $699 per week, but even so, those are pretty good rates. I researched this extensively and posted my findings at www.UnderstandingGRN.com

To be fair to you, the emails and voice mails are sometimes overwhelming! Also, he does make it look like this is a pure auto-pilot business that requires NO effort on your part, and that's a pipe dream. I think he would be even more successful going forward if he made it look LESS like a scam! That being said, I HEARD he has raked in over $9 million so far, but that's hearsay.

Good luck

david

disclaimer: I am a global resorts network member who did NOT sign up under Ty Coughlin. I did my due diligence and bought the membership from another party.
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#2 Consumer Comment

Getting a refund

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

POSTED: Friday, March 21, 2008
I understand your exasperation! I couldn't find a way to get a refund of the $50 either, and that's because it seems like EVERYONE qualifies! You are right that there is no contact information, except that the company name is shown on the site in places - Dynamic Marketing Alliance in Las Vegas.

To be fair to Ty and his team, they do have a valid product, which is membership in Global Resorts Network. This is a club that offers members huge discounts on luxury vacations so that familes can stay in any of 5000 resorts around the world for only $298 per week. Sometimes it's as high as $699 per week, but even so, those are pretty good rates. I researched this extensively and posted my findings at www.UnderstandingGRN.com

To be fair to you, the emails and voice mails are sometimes overwhelming! Also, he does make it look like this is a pure auto-pilot business that requires NO effort on your part, and that's a pipe dream. I think he would be even more successful going forward if he made it look LESS like a scam! That being said, I HEARD he has raked in over $9 million so far, but that's hearsay.

Good luck

david

disclaimer: I am a global resorts network member who did NOT sign up under Ty Coughlin. I did my due diligence and bought the membership from another party.
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#1 Consumer Comment

Getting a refund

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

POSTED: Friday, March 21, 2008
I understand your exasperation! I couldn't find a way to get a refund of the $50 either, and that's because it seems like EVERYONE qualifies! You are right that there is no contact information, except that the company name is shown on the site in places - Dynamic Marketing Alliance in Las Vegas.

To be fair to Ty and his team, they do have a valid product, which is membership in Global Resorts Network. This is a club that offers members huge discounts on luxury vacations so that familes can stay in any of 5000 resorts around the world for only $298 per week. Sometimes it's as high as $699 per week, but even so, those are pretty good rates. I researched this extensively and posted my findings at www.UnderstandingGRN.com

To be fair to you, the emails and voice mails are sometimes overwhelming! Also, he does make it look like this is a pure auto-pilot business that requires NO effort on your part, and that's a pipe dream. I think he would be even more successful going forward if he made it look LESS like a scam! That being said, I HEARD he has raked in over $9 million so far, but that's hearsay.

Good luck

david

disclaimer: I am a global resorts network member who did NOT sign up under Ty Coughlin. I did my due diligence and bought the membership from another party.
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