Report: #1234771

Complaint Review: Web Knowledge,LLC - Glendale

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  • Reported By: Suzanne — Baltimore Maryland USA
  • Web Knowledge,LLC 5830 W. Thunderbird Rd, Suite B8-192 Glendale, USA

Web Knowledge,LLC Universal Media Consultants, LLC promised me a web site as an affiliate but nothing has happened in 2 years Glendale Arizona

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     I bought a Multi-Phase Internet products and services from Prime Coaching Group (Eric Morse) for $5,000.00 and then another $7,000.00 who told me they would build a web site for me and I would get 100,000 clicks in 90 days and would receive up to $.99 per click. I was to be an affiliate to Amazon which means if somebody went to my website and bought something, I would get a small portion of that sale. 

     I was under the impression that my website would be up and running in several weeks. They did not build the web site for me. They had a coach call me to help me build it myself. I have no idea how to build a web site. After 13 calls from the coach, I was unable to talk with her anymore. I was told to call Ignite Builders and they would help me with any questions. I became very frustrated with this and told them I wanted my money back.

     I have tried numerous times to talk to Eric Morse and still cannot get him on the phone. I have been given so many names of people and organizations that I'm not sure who I really have this agreement with. The names they have given me are: Universal Media Consultants - 855-399-6700, Prime Coaching, Web Knowledge, BigMartz, ACCS and Nortech and I have many different names, which are: Eric Morse and Mike Smith - 702-788-3090, Rick Mason - 1-800-533-7090, Michael James - 855-399-6700, Robert Eagle - 702-350-5047, George Stanley - 505-349-5438 and John Evans - 623-455-1137. When I call I can’t get in touch with any of them except George Stanley and he is giving me the run-around. They first told me my website would be www.theeliteshoppingconnection.com; then it was www.suziesales.com; then it was www.dixonselectronics.com and now it’s www.bigmartzbeautyhouse.com. This all started in December, 2013 and I still have not seen a penny from these sights.

     After I called and said I wanted my money back, that’s when John Evans called September 11, 2015 and said not to worry he would see that everything was taken care of. He would make sure the website was up and running and that I would be told how to access the back page of the site to see what was going on. I told him no; I was sick of all of this and he promised that if it got too stressful for me, he would see that I got my money back. He had me sign a Refund Request - Letter of Retraction, which I did but they have not kept their word where it states how they will help me.

     I called Amazon to tell them about this and how they were using their name and before I could finish, Amazon told me not to buy anything from them and they were not recognizing anything that came in from them. This whole situation is a big fraud and I would like for you to help me get

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