Anonymous
map-marker Columbus, Ohio

Stay Away for these people! They are a sham!

You get on the phone to call a business and these guys come on the line telling you that you have won something. All you need to do is give them some information and then they will redirect you to who you were originally trying to call. When you figure it out you tell them that you don't want their product. However, they still got your information. What next? They start charging your card at odd times of the month even though you think you canceled there scam they were selling. The call center is in some sh*t-hole country somewhere. STAY AWAY FROM THESE ***
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Anonymous
map-marker Columbus, Ohio

Stay Away from these People

These guys rope you in with some scam as you are trying to reach a business/service agency, etc. Then you tell them you want to cancel the service and they never do. I just busted them through my bank.
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Anonymous
map-marker Jenks, Oklahoma

Scam artist

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Said I won $100 gift card and will charge card 1 time payment of $4.95 after that I kept seeing random charges here and there. My bank called and asked me about charges and come to find out I had fraud on my account and they closed my card the same day so they could not keep scamming me. Matter fact i recall asking how I won to the customer service agent of the scam and he had the nerve to scream at me about my card number.
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Loss:
$1000
Reason of review:
Poor customer service
Tara P Cet

Scammers

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My husband received a letter in the mail thanking him for signing up for Personal Success Solutions. It didn't tell us what the company was about or when or how he was signed up for it, only that they would bill us $59.95 on his card every month after the end of the trial period if we didn't cancel. We called the customer service number on the paper and they refused to cancel the program or even tell us what it was or how they got our card number. So we checked our card and found a charge for $4.95 from them. My husband had previously been told he had won a $100 Walmart gift card like the other poster's review, however he was told this by the CS agent at the credit card when he called them earlier in the month. We cancelled the card and reported the fraud.
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Reason of review:
fraud

Preferred solution: Already resolved through CC company, just want others to know of this scam

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Guest

My wife and I get a statement on the bank, don't even know who these people are, all the sudden 59.95 a month charges had to close account

Anonymous

I am pissed

Stop charging me I never signed up for this you stole 250 dollars
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Reason of review:
Problems with payment
Anonymous

Scammed into Buying an Online health/fitness Program

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Recently I called my cable provider and the customer service rep said I had won a $100 Walmart Gift Card, all that was needed was a $4.95 processing fee. I got scammed, the $4.95 signed me up for an expensive, $59.95 per month personal health and fitness self-help program. The company is Personal Success Solutions, a Sydney, Australia based company. I called the company to complain and request my order be cancelled, they agreed to cancel my order, but refused to credit me the $4.95. Beware of this company, the supervisory personnel I talked to knew of the Gift Card/$4.95 fee, they’re scamming people to sign up for their program.
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Loss:
$495
Reason of review:
Not as described/ advertised

Preferred solution: None needed, Credit Card company credited me the $4.95, Personal Success Solutions refused

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