No fool like an old fool?
After I discovered WA, I thought my days of being scammed were well and truly over. Not so! I got sucked in this afternoon.
I received an email from a respectable (I thought) source, telling me of a new opportunity, so I clicked on the link. Yes. I smelled a rat immediately because what I saw was a long, long spiel from some American woman calling herself 'Jenny', telling of how money could be made by reading supplied scripts. I decided to buy the product as it was not too expensive--and if there was anything in the offer, that would be good as my finances are in a particularly gruesome condition at present.
OK. I made the small payment and tried to download the material. This has so far proved impossible. Whenever I hit DOWNLOAD, up came another window with more spiel plus another product to buy. Despite my warning bells ringing loudly, I 'bought' the second product. The same thing happened when I attempted to download. I am ashamed to say I 'bought' the third product in the hope that this upselling would now end. It did not. I bought nothing else. No material has been sent to my email address or downloaded. I have emailed Clickbank and requested a full refund because I have not been able to access the product.
This crowd is called VO Genesis. Has anyone had dealing with them? I couldn't find evidence that they are a scam, but it ticks all the scam boxes. I will be most interested in further information.