I should have know better... BrainiacsFunded, changed their domain from Brainiacs From Mars (before apparently Fundzinger). Same strategy, same lies on their website, false pictures and fake reviews, stole me for $685 campaign funds. Let me first of all start with the beginning. After a friendly email, and some back and forward emails, Brainiacs from Mars told me that they are the number one crowdfunding marketing agency with over 3000 campaigns and $110 million supported. I fell for it and bought their Global package. They insured me that it would be the best option, and they only deliver a top service. I did not search for reviews, and was kind of desperate as I did not have any marketing in place at the launch of my campaign. 1 week later, the only thing I received was a lot of nothing. They talk about a USA & Global media reach, 9000-2**** journalists contacted, etc. In reality, the only thing they do is send emails (not 100% sure they do) to an email list which I found afterwards on Fiverr, for $5!!! Most of the email addresses do not even work, and I'm sure that if there is already someone behind it, they are surely not going to look into spam email 500... everyone buys these lists, for cheap. They claim the list has a value of $525! Right... $5 and zero service, however big claims and a big bill. When asking for a refund, no reaction. Only after my bank took over (I claimed for a dispute, you should do too!) they sent me an impolite email telling they delivered everything. So I did some online research: 1. BrainiacsFunded.com is actually Brainiacs From Mars. The internet is full of bad experiences, so guess they where not ready to stop stealing from people and launched a new website. Exactly the same, only another domain. 2. Their Brainiacs Funded team picture = fake. You can get it yourself online here: http://depositphotos.com/726****/stock-photo-different-smiling-people.html 3. 110 million and over 3000 campaigns? I should have known better... the top 5 companies combined do not reach $20 million. I've checked. 4. They offer a mass blast email service. To me, it seemed like a good idea. Found out that this does not work. But that's my own fault. However, the problem is that they sell a service for hundreds of dollars and only send out (if they really do) emails from a list you can buy for $5. Most of them will never, ever receive the email. And if they already do: who will reply to a In short, I got scammed big time and did not do my research. If you get an email from the brainiancsfunded scam, check the internet for real reviews (not their fake messages): Brainiacs From Mars of Fundzinger made a huge amount of victims. If you already got scammed, just file a refund report at your bank or credit card provider. I did and got my money back. Just make sure to include all their false claims, what they promise and include what they deliver. You will NEVER have a SINGLE real publication from these scammers. Avoid!