AtHomeIncomeBuilders.com
Complaint 125600 Details

  • Date Occurred: 06/09/2012
  • Reported Damages: $3,400.00

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

International boundaries

I received an e-mail, and web-site from my previous employer on how to earn money at home. I went into the website costing $97 dollars and before I knew it, I had a salesman on the phone for an hour convincing me that I would be earning $60K a year, very soon. He then told me that it costs $3400, and I had 3 days to cancel. I called on Monday saying that I made a mistake and wanted a refund. Their response was they would have someone from the resolution department on Thursday 6/12/2012. The person just called and spoke incoherently. After 5 minutes, I told him that I notified them within 3 days and wanted a refund on my credit card. He continued to speak incoherently, telling me that he would never call me names and I had to stay on the phone. I hung up and got a crazy voice message. I called my bank and cancelled my credit card. Whn I mentione this to my previous employer, he advised me that he did not send it. It was a virus. The web site is
http://athomeincomebuilders.com/. The phone number is801 858 3536.

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  • Complaint Against AtHomeIncomeBuilders.com
  • Complaints Filed: 1
  • Reported Damages: $3,400.00
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