Online Wealth Formula
Complaint 94685 Details
- Date Occurred: 03/27/2012
- Reported Damages: $97.00
THIS IS A SCAM!!!!!!!!!!
I have recieved an email from a friend featuring an article from CNBC. The article feature the story about a women leaving in Tel Aviv "Mom earns $4219/month part-time! The article is made like the story was so unique that CNBC had to talk about it! After getting the whole story I click on the link provided in the CNBC article that took me to online wealth formula. After quickly registering and spending already $97 you then discover that the article forgot to mention about the $227 that the website is trying to get from you saying this $227 is the minimum amount of money that you will have then to pay to register to have online wealth formula to create a personal website that will feature a subject that you pick and it can cost you a lot more money then that if you agree on all the options offered! My lost stop with $97 when my credit card got thankfully got declined! Lucky me! For once I was happy to have been declined preventing me from loosing more money from that ONLINE WEALTH FORMULA SCAM!!! After I found some complaint from people I also tried to cancel the FREE TRIAL 60 DAY Period I click on support and they tell you how to cancel! You then suddenly having hope to get back your first lost! The only little problem is the firstname.lastname@example.org email expert support team email is not leading to a real email so as the customer service toll free number provided! So far I only lost $97 that I will try to get back from the credit card company!
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against Online Wealth Formula
- Complaints Filed: 22
- Reported Damages: $1,736.95
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