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NEED INFO!!! I need to find out, and can't, how to convert a LinkedIn profile to an ETSY CV. HOW CAN I DO THIS SIMPLY + ACCURATELY...???????

User's recommendation: No Phone Sales Support.

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#2393308 Review #2393308 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Etsy Website
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Failure to deliver what they promised

Seminar promised more training in my city. 8 years later and the only thing in my city was another seminar spruiking the program. Promised huge profits by investing where the mining boom was
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Dymphna Boholt of Knowledge Source Fined For Bogus Claims. The Courier Mail newspaper in Brisbane Queensland Australia described Dymphna Boholt as "one of Australia`s most dogged get - rich - Quick seminers Spruikers with her fake testimonials" Dymphna Boholt claims she went from "virtually zero to a $3.5 million property portfolio in just 18 months had been penalised by Queensland Fair Trading regulators over bogas seminar claims.

She has charged individuals $25,000 in "mentoring fee`s and previously run foul of the ACCC over her Wildly Wealthy Womans mentoring program.

The ACCC successfully argued in court that Dymphna Boholt had made misleading representations as to the results that could be expected by participants in the WWW mentoring program. The Sunshine Coast - based property spruirker Dymphna Bolholt has been handed a $15,000 penalty and an enforceable undertaking "not to engage in conduct that is liable to misled the public or any individual within Australia in contravention of Australian Consumer Law.

#1983635 Review #1983635 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Docklands, Victoria County

Don’t know

I would like my account back xxxxkingkhaixxx back I bought vip plz give it back
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#1766091 Review #1766091 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Saraland, Alabama


I received an email that was a receipt for a payment of $48.50 USD. I had never heard of them before. I replied to that email asking what the charge was for, and never heard back from them. I then noticed the charge on my credit card. I called my cc company and they found I had been charged 3 times. It looked like they were just going to keep charging me that amount until I noticed. My cc company canceled all 3 from my balance and blocked them. I have never done business with these people, so not sure how they got my cc info and charged me. I'm not even in Australia, where they are supposedly based. FYI - the payment on my cc said "The Trustee for the Knowledge Events Trust"
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I have run into the same situation and I have never heard of the same company, The Trustee for Knowledge Events Trust. I was checking my bank account information and found an amount for $48.50 had been taken out, so I went to my bank and they found that I had been charged in October twice from the same people.

I also tried several ways of corresponding with them, but could not find any information on who I could contact. So, I went to my bank and they are filling paperwork to check into this being a fraud. They also credited back the full amount of what had been taken out. However, she said that they may come back and dispute it and it could take weeks or even months to hear back from them, and they have to put the money back in my account if they can prove it was something I did, But, I absolutely know that it is definitely something I did not buy or order.

I just can't figure out how they fort my information. I even had to get a new card because of this situation.

#1721405 Review #1721405 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Lincoln, California
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Knowledge Source - Review in Education category

Went to one of Dymphna's free seminars and the next day I got a follow up call asking for feedback from knowledge source, that in itself I was happy with, but during the call I casually mentioned I was young and motivated, which I thought nothing of at first. But I got another call from the same guy saying he had a "business opportunity" then proceeded to email me a link to a website and login details. So I go to the site, login, and watch a promotional video for a blatant pyramid scheme... So I told the guy I wasn't interested in his pyramid scheme then wrote a complaint to knowledge source describing his actions and how unprofessional that was. Got a response saying they'll forward my message to their manager. Ten days go by and nothing. So I email again asking for an update and all they said was "my reply: [copy and pasted the first response]" and I haven't received a reply since...
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They are scammers and they promote pyramid scams which is illegal. Jon Giaan or Giann is a major scam artist.

@Cash Qka

Yes Jon is a scammer, he hides as the promoter if many who have been fined, gone to jail etc.. he is involved in all their scams and takes big kick backs of uoyr money.. his ***


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#1014161 Review #1014161 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Knowledge Source Customer Care
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Knowledge source

big Real estate scam, www.knowldge source- Jon Jiaan & Dymphna Boholt scam thousands of Australians pretending to be real estate millionaires- nothing is further from the truth- see below; on Jon Giaan or his real name jon Giannopoulos also jon giaan see articles below, this guy trades as Knowledge Source, use to trade under a variety of names including giann and Giann pty ltd and Break Free events amongst others... oh he now goes by Jon Giaan a play on the spelling of his name to fool people googling him from finding out about his history ; he is referred to as Giannopoulos in this article by the Sydney Morning Herald; he is referred to as Jon Giannopoulos in the ASIC Ruling against him as a scammer;⇄ /> he is referred to as Jon Giann in the age News paper article below;****-...⇄ /> and more;⇄ /> As for Dymphna well she was selling Real estate wealth advise since 2003. She sold it on the bases of having accumilated 60 properties in under 18 months (she's still claiming it, but when questioned by the ACCC she had to sign an afidavit that contrary to her statement of holding 60 real estate properties she infact held NO property at all and very little assets of any kind. See what Justice Steve Rares says about Dymphna's none existent assets in his ruling follow the link below; scam scam scam. shame on these people they are nothing but a bunch of criminals! don't give them a cent.
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Thanks for the info

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