|Economic Freedom Corp.|
|FRAUDULENT sales tactics NO follow through on anything & no call backs! |
|4th of Jun, 2011 by awakeheart |
|Check out this 3 on your side news report of a month ago. The report is grossly understating the extent of the SCAM. I know of close to a hundred victims, and it is Nation wide.|
A couple of places to file complaint as NV. consumer complaints dept. is closed due to budget probs.
and also did vote and comment on this site
I wonder just how many got ripped off?? I have a list of around 60, but know this is nation wide?? How can they keep it going? Latest was 200 bmw winners...actually earn $600./mo. to make the payment...and we know what happens after they sign someone up = NOTHING but run around grief...I sure hope it returns on them big time.
Justin Johnson is the highest I got to only a couple of times. A Mrs. Strange is the latest one refusing to admit to their condoning Fraudulent sales tactics, and zero follow through for over a year. In a way I am afraid of dealing with these people as they HARM a lot of good people in a BIG way ---- and the families involved --- and they do not give a darn about the damage they do as long as their pocket and the corporation's is fattening off the blood, sweat, and tears of MANY.
80 to 90 yr. old victims that do not know how to post to complaint boards are prime victims.....PREY to these bottom feeders.
|Latest is Justin Johnson of EFc fighting w/ my cr. card co. that was trying to obtain the promised refund. And then blaming Chase / Visa, who at first they claim to represent Visa & Mastercard, now it is Chase's fault for not doing the chargeback correctly. And my fault for trusting the verbal guarantees their salesmen dished out, but I signed the bait and switch NO guarantee contract.|
Sorry to say the authorization was from a CLOSED account. And now the story is the EFC changed hands, owns web4amer, still says they'll allow a chargeback, BUT are aware Chase can not do it twice...as well as saying the new owners do not have access to the prior owner's merchant account or fund set up for resolutions. So they own the former web4amer., and will not let anyone speak with a real owner...and try to convince me only 10 complaints with thousands of happy customers. Right! Being scammed is hurtful to self and humanity, and only a word game for these crooks.
|Contact U.S. postal inspector in AZ. to file complaints...520-388-5424 Kathy Martinjak, consumer fraud analyst. Hard to beleive the govt. let them stay in business and just shift names / addresses and so on and the victim count rises and is inhumane and sickening!|
John Hanson former owner of websites4america, or so he said, sold out to EFc and NO ONE honors past commitments of advertising, and the quality of their leads are useless and now defunct totally.
What happens to all the accounts they did have as 3 yrs. of commissions seem to vanish like the perpitrators of these many crimes of fraud and theft...?????
|a good place to complain of one's credit card company's non protection from these scammers is...|
Strange the card co's do not keep track of the number of disputes on any company?? Sure helps the offending co...!! Found that Atlantic Pacific processing was the disputing bank in my case. As the card co's sure seem to accept the excuses from the merchant ... that product was delivered, but they do not have to prove it?? Then one would think that a co. TOTALLY going under would make any protest by them a moot point. 3 yrs. of commissions and a yr. or more in advertising defaulted on??
A recent response to another victim from AZ. Att. Gen.
I've spoken to Nancy with the Arizona Attorney General's office. She was as helpful as she could be. She sent this letter for me to be able to go to my credit card company with this info.
My credit card company wouldn't do anything because I went past the "60 days". I am going to send this letter to them, along with a phone call to see what can be done.
If this information is helpful - you may want to use it to contact your banks as well. We can get these scammers if we work together!!
From: [email protected]
Sent: 9/2/2011 12:48:24 P.M. Central Daylight Time
Dear xxx: Attached is a summary of Arizona’s law which you may want to use to advise your credit union of your desire to rescind the sale.The Arizona Telephone Solicitations Statute (A.R.S. § 44-1271, et seq.) requires telemarketers to register with the Arizona Secretary of State. The statute also requires telemarketers to post a $100, 000 bond with the Arizona State Treasurer’s Office. A.R.S. § 44-1279, states:“A consumer may rescind a sale by an unregistered seller at any time.
The consumer may recover any financial damages caused by the unregistered seller and reasonable attorney fees and costs.” If you have already filed a dispute and been denied a refund, you may want to contact your credit card company or bank and ask to reopen the dispute, providing them with the above-referenced language in the statute.
This e-mail is not intended to serve as legal advice, but rather to inform you of the provisions of the Arizona Telephone Solicitations Act. Thank you for informing our office of your concerns. Please let me know if you have any additional questions or concerns.
Nancy V. AngerSenior Litigation CounselConsumer Protection & Advocacy SectionOffice of the Attorney General
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