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Exact Data - ExactData scam review

News Release For Immediate Release - exactdata.com (ConsumerBase) Scam Revealed! March 20, 2017 - I was looking for a better source for opportunity buyer leads and also job seeker leads. I contacted Exact Data and was told they have a good in-house opportunity buyers...
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#1515791

I've also had a similar problem with the list they gave me. It was 90% inaccurate and just gave me problems at the end with people I had contacted through that list.I was wondering if you could tell me a little more about what kind of list they gave you and if you tried to do something to fix the problem? I'm not sure what I can do, but could use some advice

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#1024034 Review #1024034 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Chicago, Illinois
Service
Exact Data Background Check
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
Loss
$600
Preferred solution
Full refund
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Mass Mail Servers scam review

News Release For Immediate Release - massmailservers.net (.com) Scam Revealed! March 20, 2017 - I was looking for an email server I could send newsletters and occasional sales letters out to a large opt-in list. I called Mass Mail Servers and was very specific... I wanted a server based in the USA with a clean IP address so my emails would get delivered. What I got was an IP based in Germany and all my email headers stated that the emails came from India. Obviously nowhere near what I ordered. And the result was just about 100% of my emails either bounced or went directly to spam. Even when I did a small test to two of my own email addresses, they got flagged as spam. Their online email editor didn’t work either... all the emails looked good before sending, but when opened after delivery to the spam box, they were all scrambled. When I asked Mass Mail Servers to fix it, all I got was a big runaround and all they did was try to blame it on me somehow. It was obviously clear that it was their servers that were flagged from day one as spammers. They just claimed that they “do not guarantee inbox delivery”. I asked for a refund and even filed a dispute with paypal. They have been through this before and know how to pull sneaky tricks with paypal... they made one last comment to paypal in their favor (a big fat lie) and then they escalated it to a claim. That locked me out from making any more comments and paypal ruled in their favor. WARNING! DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH massmailservers.net or massmailservers.com or hotsol.net. If you do, you will be wasting your money because your email will never get delivered. If you have been scammed by these companies, please contact the FBI internet crimes division and file a report today at http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx.
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#1024032 Review #1024032 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Mass Mail Servers Internet Marketing Service
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
Loss
$200
Preferred solution
Full refund
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Resolved: Wealthy Affiliate Scam Review

News Release Re: http://howtoavoidinternetscams.com/simple-cash-daily-review-scam For Immediate Release - Wealthy Affiliate Scam Review Revealed! January 2, 2017 - It has come to my attention that the Wealthy Affiliate program actively teaches and allows their members to post fake reviews that are optimized with popular competitor company names + keywords like “scam” and “review”. When people use the search engines to find legitimate information about these competing companies, they are presented with fake review information that falsely makes their competitors look like scams. This is blatant slanderous activity and is liable under the law. Of course, at the end of each fake review is a link to Wealthy Affiliate. My advice to you is to not pay any attention to these fake reviews or any other review that has a monetary incentive at the end like a link to an affiliate program. Real reviews will have NO monetary incentive like paid ads, affiliate links, etc included in the review. If you are a company affected by one of these fake reviews, I highly encourage you to contact your attorney and sue the pants off of Wealth Affiliate for allowing and encouraging this kind of black hat, deceptive, and slanderous activity. If you are a victim of this slanderous scam, please contact the FBI internet crimes division and file a report today at http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx
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Wealthy Affiliate never responded to my request for removal of the review, but I did finally get in touch with the affiliate that wrote the review and he agreed to remove it so I consider this case closed.

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ID
#987899 Review #987899 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Fake review scammers
Reason of review
fake negative reviews
Loss
$50000
Preferred solution
remove all fake reviews