Scam Complaints Search

Do Your Own Research

BEFORE JOINING any online/offline money making opportunity, MLM, HYIP, RevShare, Cycler, Matrix, Information or Digital product etc. do your own due diligence and research the company/individual(s) you’re interested in doing business with.

It could save you a whole lot of grief and money in the long run!

Disclaimer

Though all efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information enclosed, we cannot legally give advice and therefore advise you to consult with your attorney or legal professional for advice prior to doing business with any company or individual.

The information on this website is provided as a public service for information purposes only. The views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of the website owner, and/or any/all contributors to this site.

Phone – The company or individual should have at the very least, a listed telephone number and be available during normal business hours.

Address – Check if there is a physical address.

Check Their Support. Contact them by sending an email or submit a help desk support ticket stating your interest and and see how long a response takes and how the response is handled.

Unrealistic Income Claims – Avoid home based business opportunity sites that make unrealistic income claims such as “Earn $10,000 in 30 days.” Realistically, home based businesses take months if not years to generate any substantial levels of income.

Money Back Guarantees – Look for guarantees on the site but be sure to read the guarantee carefully. Talk is cheap! Scammers will promise you your money back if you’re not satisfied, but they won’t deliver on their promises. Don’t expect a money-back guarantee to protect you. Some people will try to sell you a get-rich-quick scheme, but 99% of them are scams.

Domain Ownership – Look up the domain name on a free WHOIS checker. There you can check registration details. A red flag could be if the own has chosen to keep the domain ownership private.

Feedback – Ask other online marketers for feedback on social networks, forums and Skype group chats.

Use Your Head! – If it were really possible to earn $1,000 a week working 20 minutes per day, wouldn’t everybody be doing it?

The old adage still holds true: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

Check Google – Type in the company name in Google. If people have been scammed, they are very quick to broadcast that fact online on forums and blogs.

Review Testimonials – Scrutinize carefully any testimonials. Are the photographs too professional? Are the reviews too good to be true? Chances are they may be false.

Take your time before signing up for anything. There are some legitimate online home-business opportunities. Keep your eyes open. You will soon be able to distinguish between the scams and the legitimate businesses.

Don’t Get Scammed – If in doubt, DO RESEARCH!

Below is a custom search engine to see if there has been any complaints filed on a program or service.

A good start is to add the word “scam” to your search. Example: “adclickxpress scam”

Search the Major Complaint Websites at Once

The search box below performs a Google search on over 50+ complaint websites. Just because you don’t see a complaint in your search results, doesn’t mean something isn’t lurking out there that could eventually start ranking. Use the tool frequently to make sure nothing new has popped up.

List of Sites Included in Search

http://www.bbb.org
http://www.ripoffreport.com
http://www.pissedconsumer.com
http://www.scamexposure.com
http://scam.com
http://www.consumeraffairs.com
http://www.scambook.com
http://www.complaints.com
http://reviewopedia.com
http://www.imreportcard.com
http://hellopeter.com
http://www.complaintsboard.com
http://www.consumercomplaints.in
http://www.planetfeedback.com
http://www.mouthshut.com
http://www.consumerfed.org
http://www.consumerreports.org
http://www.shamscam.com
http://www.consumersrevenge.com
http://www.econsumer.gov
http://www.consumer.ca
http://gripevine.com
http://www.callercomplaints.com
http://complaintreviews.com
http://www.bbb.org/us/Consumer-Complaints
http://www.complaintslist.com
http://soundoff1.tripod.com
http://hissingkitty.com
http://www.screwedcentral.com
http://www.usa.gov/topics/consumer/complaint.shtml
http://www.webespy.com
http://www.complaintnow.com
http://www.scambusters.org
http://www.sitejabber.com
http://www.siteadvisor.com
http://www.hoax-slayer.com
http://scamchecker.net
http://www.consumerfraudreporting.org
http://www.scamwatch.gov.au
http://www.fraud.org
https://www.moneysmart.gov.au
http://www.dia.govt.nz
http://scamxposer.com
http://www.stop-scammers.com
http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/english/home.html
http://www.snopes.com
http://mlmhelpdesk.com
http://www.mlmwatchdog.com
http://behindmlm.com

More Info

FTC Inside Scoop Bizop Cops

Small Biz Trends – FTC Business Opportunity Rule What It Means

Another resource to do a search is on Ian Pribyl’s No More BS Reviews.

No More BS Reviews

Have you already been scammed?

File a FTC Complaint
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)
Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre
International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network

 

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