Power Learning Secure
Complaint 101817 Details
- Date Occurred: 04/13/2012
- Reported Damages: $97.95
The complaint is against an online dating profile
The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity
The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity
The company or person contact no longer exists
I received an email from a friend saying he had tried this service. I put the web address he gave in my browser and went through all 16 pages (I printed it out!) of the sales pitch. I was not really happy but figured if my friend was OK with it I'd give it a try. This was Tuesday night, 11PM, on April 10th. After submitting my payment I was supposed to receive a members login email within 2 hours. The next morning it still was not here. I emailed them and got a delivery failure notification. Today, the charge hit my account with a toll-free number as reference. I called and was told I was speaking with Customer Service for Web Education Members. After a lot of inane conversation about how "PLS" is just a link website they use for their business he gave me a web address (WEBEDUCATIONMEMBERS.COM) and login procedure to get my membership started. He also promised to email the sign up package I never received. I went to this new website and was unable to signin because of "incorrect password". I clicked their link for "forgotten password" and asked it be resent. I then emailed them to restate my requests for signin procedures and members packet. I have heard and received nothing. Looks like I'm out $97.95.
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against Power Learning Secure
- Complaints Filed: 20
- Reported Damages: $1,001,783.96
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SBID is a unique id code that identifies the user's computer and location. SBID is used to prevent fraudulent postings and help our community find users who create duplicate user accounts.