Home Home » ContactContactI’d love to hear from you. To contact me, please leave a comment below.All the best…168 Comments Tiffany Bonneau Hello I have been getting a lot of fake emails from support @ affiliatemillionaireclub.com Stacy Jennings Linda Henry Stacy Smith Tina Jones Linda James Linda Peters Stacy Hendricks April Collins Linda Jacobs Amanda James Amanda Williams Mail Delivery Subsystem ( mailer-daemon @ google.com) Victoria Anderson. CEO order # P45_83pks22 Periodically changes login information Alex Henry Account ending 3568 Maria Sanchez. Marketing Director Maria Sanchez. Account VP receipt# 708257907401 Nicole Jenkins payment of $1,931.22 ref# Oct-1381-2910 Melissa Jenkins Mindy James. Order# 1963119401 Stacy James Stacy Mendez Meghan Bailey Jessica Stevens Samantha Henderson Stacy Edwards Vanessa Smith Sam Henson Vanessa Jackson Linda Peterson Melissa Smith Maria Leon. Deposit $1,816.42 Lydia Edwards MBP Members MSS Support Account Services Member Services mobilesitesniper.comPlease make not that I did not receive a payment or deposit Please help me Reply Gary Horton Hi, Tiffany!Affiliate Millionaire Club is a scam. Please do not give them any of your money or credit card details. You will only lose money if you do.Affiliate Millionaire Club is notorious for spamming people to death. Mark each email you get from them as spam, eventually this should end it.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Tiffany Bonneau Thank you Gary but how do I get them to stop sending emails Reply Gary Horton Hi, Tiffany!Other than marking the email as spam, I don’t know how to stop them.Gary Reply Shell Hi can you check letoyen.com? Think I’ve been had. Thanks Reply Gary Horton Hi, Shell!letoyen.com looks like a scam site based in China. It is only a few days old and probably launched to scam Christmas shoppers. I hope you didn’t lose much. I may do a full report on this site. Please tell me about your experience.Thanks,Gary Reply Lynda Vernon I too have sent money to Letoyen.com. Still hoping something will come. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Lynda!I’m sorry, but I doubt you will ever receive your order from Letoyen.com. I’ll write a full article on Letoyen in the coming days.Thanks for sharing your experience with this site.Gary Reply Julie Owens Appliancesalesale.com is it a scam website? I’ve ordered an item 26/11/2019 they took out the payment out on 28/11/2019 I’ve had no email confirming confirmation of my order or the tracking number to chase the delivery. Have you heard of them Gary? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Julie!Yes, I’m afraid Appliancesalesale.com is indeed a scam site. It’s a new site launched to catch Christmas shoppers. It is a clone of at least one other scam site. The name in the header Yokoib Online does not match the url. The McAfree Trust logo in the footer is not clickable, which means it’s a fake. Also there is no contact information or information about the company.I’m sorry you lost money with this scam, but appreciate that you brought it to our attention.We’ll add it to our list of scam sites and write an article about it.Thanks again,Gary Reply Kevin Phua Kia Jong Hi Gary,I almost fell into the scam of the Orion Code. Could please guide me and give me advice on how to start an online business and start making money slowly.Thanks and regards Kevin Reply Gary Hi, Kevin!I’m glad you avoided Orion Code. That could have been a very expensive mistake. They know how to push all your emotional buttons to get your money.I’d be happy to help you learn to make money online the right way. My friends and I teach online marketing and additional skills for making money online. You can join our community for free. There is a paid membership level too, but join for free now and see if it feels right for you.Follow this link to join for free.The free membership is not available in Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakastan, Philippines, Vietnam, Morocca, or Ghana.I look forward to helping you,Gary Reply TONI HALLAM I WAS CONTACTED BY MAUREEN/DAVID KAITSCHMIDT WANTING TO GIVE ME 500.000, WHICH WAS TRUE THEYWON THE FLORIDA LOTTERY- BUT THE MONET WAS SENT OVER SEA,BECAUSE OF US TAXES- THE BANK IKUVEYT TURK PARTICIPATION BANK CONTACTED US- I DID CHECK THEM BOTH OUT ON THE WEB, AND THEY ARE BOTH GOOD- DO YOU OR ANYONE BE CONTACTED BY EITHER THXS TONI Reply Gary Horton Hi, Toni,I don’t know anything about Maureen and David Kaitshcmidt. However, it would be very easy for a scammer to use their names to trick someone. This sounds like a scam to get your bank information. I would avoid it.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Matt Haller Hi Gary,Found your site when I googled a newer Sean Donahoe product called “UnHustled Agency Accelerator”Your site came up in google search for another Sean Donahoe product from a couple of years ago. (it was a negative or thumbs down from you.)Seans new product has a hefty price tag of $998.00 and it supposedly works with linked in to harvest your potential leads for your so called agency.Your thoughts on this new product.of Seans ? Is it possible his products and support have gotten better? Or more likely it will be an upsell fest like the last product you reviewed of his? Any Help you can provide is truly appreciated. Sincerely, Matt H – PS – I’ve had some real success with online and affiliate marketing and wish I had a site like yours back when I started in 2000. Even as seasoned as I am as a marketer, sometimes its hard for me to figure out which products are the real deal. Thanks for what you do. 🙂 Reply Gary Horton Hi, Matt!Thank you for your kind words.I would not buy anything produced by Sean Donahoe. Historically, after he launches a product, he moves on to produce another product and the first product is eventually abandoned.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Kieron Noakes I’d like to report a few scam. Iv’e been had 4 times now. These telegram bots have stolen my deposits imbt.ga/zXmkhQNuTx they by the name of VIP X2 BITCOIN & BITCOIN DOUBLER and this supposing mining site CUBEMINE.CLUB get you to invest to upgrade your mining package but cannot withdraw your balance and no package gets upgraded imbt.ga/Yc6ArnxlcG Ba***rds! 🤬 so pay attention people. Don’t want nobody else investing and losing. This is 1 url for telegram telegram.me/bitcoin_doubler_robot And this is another t.me/GRANDOpeningX2_Bot?start=743115678 Reply Gary Horton Hi, Kieron!I’m sorry you had to go through that, but thanks for letting us know. I’ve added the website and your comment to our scam list. You’ll never know how many people you have helped to avoid this scam, but I’m sure you have helped many.Thanks again, Gary Reply Kieron Noakes Thank you Gary. Much appreciated. Kieron Reply Elaine Vainosky Add Nora Cora to your list…never received merchandise. Can’t Pinterest remove these scam artists from their site? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Elaine!Thanks for reporting noracora.com. There are several online complaints about not receiving merchandise. I agree, Pinterest should vet the companies that advertise with them. Facebook has a similar problem. A simple software program would do it.We’ll add noracora.com to the list of scam websites.Thanks for stopping by,Gary Reply Foggy Pinterest is not scrutinizing their advertisers. Lots of scams are advertising on Pinterest. Yet they they don’t allow to pin from Wikipedia or Google. What’s up with this? Reply Prince Kusamale Is coinchambers.com a scam? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Prince!Yes, coinchambers.com is a scam. You will only lose money if you do business with them. If you follow this link and scroll to the bottom of the page, you’ll find a complaint from someone who lost all of their money to coinchambers. Here’s the link: https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/coinchambers.comAlso, the website is riddled with grammatical and spelling errors, which suggests it is based in a non-English speaking country.At the bottom of the website, in the footer, you’ll see a link about CoinChambers certificate of incorporation. If you follow that link, you will arrive on a page with dummy text.I strongly encourage you to avoid this website and to avoid anything claiming to be related to cryptocurrencies. I write about the cryptocurrency scam in my article “Is Cryptocurrency as Scam?”I’ll add CoinChambers.com to our list of scam sites.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Pamela I can not return a dress to chelly Mova is that a scam place? Thank you so much for a answer. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Pamela!Unfortunately, Chelly Mova is a scam based in China. You’ll never get any satisfaction from them.I suggest you accept the lose and move on. They are not worth wasting any more time, energy or emotions over.Thanks for stopping by and sharing your experience,Gary Reply KALI BAKER I ORDER 1531 WAS THE WRONG SIZE I NEED LARGE Reply Gary Horton Hi, Kali!I’m not sure who you ordered from.Gary Reply marcia The following is a list of fraudulent websites for women’s clothes on pinterest do not buy from them. zuchic jullymart Dressshe likefloryday chellymova chiliLook jellynova shecici Reply Gary Horton Hi, Marcia!Thank you for the list of scam sites. I’ll research them and add them to our list.All the best, Gary Reply Lindsay Moll Is zuchic a scam site ? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Lindsay!Zuchic.com is a scam site based in China. I hope you didn’t give them any money.Thanks for bringing this site to my attention,Gary Reply Arianne Oh my god! I’m so angry! I bought shoes on june 6th and didn’t receive any shoes. KALI BAKER I NEED TO CANCEL THE ORDER I READ YOU GUYS IS SCAM Reply Gary Horton Hi, Kali!I’m not sure what you mean.It’s not possible to place an order through this website. What website is a scam?Gary Reply Carol Kennard Apr 15, 2019 – I wish I would have seen this sooner. CHELLYMOVA got me. I have not received my order. I was sent a fake 4PX tracking number track.4px.com Reply Wilma Chellymova got me too! Pinterest needs to do something about these scam websites! Reply Marianella solano Hello. I have to say that today (6/24/19) received my shoes from Zuchic and are perfect. So Zuchic is not an scam. Reply Kris Hi! I was recently shopping for drill bits and came across szytrade.top and when I went to make a purchase and entered my info with my card instantly a message popped up stating that my banks fraud department wouldn’t let the transaction go through and to try another card or contact my bank. The price for the drill bits was 25$ and free shipping. Amazon they were 208$. To good to be true. I believe this site is a scam. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Kris!Thanks for reporting szytrade.top. It’s a scam site based in China. Thank goodness for the bank’s fraud dept. I’ll add it to the list.Gary Reply chad PrisonPharmacy, the guy with the ski mask in the YouTube video is a COMPLETE SCAM. After you send the money, POOF …. he disappears like Whodini. I would love to get my hands on this lowlife scum, Reply Gary Horton Hi, Chad!I’m sorry you lost money with the Prison Pharmacy guy on Youtube. I’ll add it to the list.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Nino Next question isit scam flexmining.ltd Reply Gary Horton Hi, Nino!flexmining.ltd is a scam site based in Russia. Despite the popularity of cryptocurrencies, they are NOT investments. At best, they are gambling. I wrote an article about cryptocurrencies and warn against trading them. Read Is CryptoCurrency a Scam?Thanks for bringing this site to my attention. I’ll add it to the list of scam sites.Gary Reply Nino Two web and two questions. Is scam http://www.coinstation.tech https://static.olymptrade.com Reply Gary Horton Hi, Nino!These are SCAMS! Do Not Trust Them.If you give either one your money, you will be throwing it away.Thanks for bringing these websites to my attention.Gary Reply Michael As per the UK Government’s website, Coinstation Limited has officially been issued a written order to be deregistered by 2nd June, 2019.If you look at the link below (an official UK Government Agency company registration website) you will see the following at the bottom of the page, from left to right.02 Apr 2019 First Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off View PDF (1 Page)https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11142639/filing-historyIf you click on VIEW PDF you can read the official letter to the Director of the company, Craig Victor Plant, thatthe company will be SHUT DOWN AND DEREGISTERED on 2nd June, 2019.This is being posted on every cryptocurrency website and scam forum in order to protect the public and clients who are unaware of the current status of COINSTATION LIMITED.Regards,Michael Reply Gary Horton Hi, Michael!Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I have pasted your comment beside the coinstation entry in our list of scam sites. It’s good to see the beast taken down.Thanks again, Gary Reply liza I’m usually pretty careful about online purchases but it was the New Year and there was a great deal on shoes, or so I thought. I went to jellynova.com and saw some decent half-price deals which were typical of new year’s sales I’d seen before There were no red flags on the site. It seemed like many online shopping sites and the merchandise looked to be high-end. I paid for three pairs of boots/shoes and then thought nothing of it. My credit card was charged immediately which is also typical. A couple of weeks later, I realized I’d heard nothing back and was wondering how my order was going. When I checked my account, there was no change since the day I had ordered. Then I had that sinking feeling. I googled “Jellynova and scam” and found quite a few complaints about them. I immediately emailed them and asked for a refund since it appeared they had not shipped anything yet. They responded saying I could get a 10% discount if I kept my order and that it was coming soon. I replied that I would like a refund. They replied that in order “to maintain friendly relations” I should keep my order. I replied I wanted a refund. They kept refusing. I got busy and had to set the issue aside. Then yesterday (6 weeks later) I received a crumpled package at my door. It was from China. They had sent the order anyway. I opened it and the shoes and boots inside were a joke. All the complaints I had read were accurate. The shoes/boots were not at all what was represented on their website, consisting of cheap vinyl, poor quality, wrong colors, I’ve never seen shoes that cheaply constructed here in North America. On the outside of the package, the customs tag indicated the total value of contents at $12 US. I paid over $150. I’d like to stop these people from scamming others. It’s not a lot of $ but I suspect they are scamming a lot of people for little bits of $ who won’t bother to challenge them. They prey on new people who fall for it once and then never use them again. If there’s anything you can do to get the word out, it would be much appreciated!Liza Reply Gary Horton Hi, Liza!I’m sorry you were scammed by JellyNova. They are genuine scumbags. Thanks for making me aware of this scam website. I wrote an article about them and hopefully more people will become aware of them. You can read my article about JellyNova here: https://scamavenger.com/is-jellynova-safeThanks again for bringing this to my attention. I’m sure you have saved some people from getting scammed.Gary Reply Foggy Complain to the company with whom they advertise. Pinterest and Facebook are two they use profusely. The venue these Chinese scammers use should be held accountable! Reply Tudor buynewscooter.comThey never answer after I pay. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Tudor!buynewscooter.com does appear to be a scam website based in China. You can read my full report here.Thank you for bringing this site to my attention,Gary Reply Stanimir Is the Allcoinhodler.com and multicoinbank are scam? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Stanimir!Both Allcoinhodler.com and multicoinbank are scam websites. You will only lose money if you do business with them. Read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page. I will publish a more detailed review of these sites in the coming days. Trading in cryptocurrences is NOT investing. It is at best gambling. You may like to read my article How to Invest and Cryptos.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Gary Horton I have written a detail review of these sites. You can read the reviews here: https://scamavenger.com/is-multicoinbank-a-scam and https://scamavenger.com/is-allcoinhodler-a-scam Reply Tina QUALITYDEALSTODAY IS A COMPLETE SCAM! I have all of the proof on this. There pictures did NOT represent at all what you receive. For one, I got the cordless ear buds aka Apple Airpod. The picture they had at first was the apple version.They “had” a picture of David Bechman wearing them?? Umm.. he really needs to by a knockoff on sale??? The pic was with him wearing Apples earbuds. After me, they added a different picture, and guess what? they had pictures of TWO different ones. The shape of the speakers were different. They are elephant size and only one worked.. I wanted to return them immediately. They said I had to wait for the case and I can return all. The case? IS A JOKE.Tracking was in Chinese and upon translating it was still in transit even after I received the pod caes, which was almost a month later. I finally get the case, that in the picture you can tell it is a hard shell, and with different designs that what I received. What I received that was on sale for $29.99 that popped up when I purchased the ear buds – that said they make you realize the case doesn’t come with the buds. yet the picture is of them IN the case. So, i’m like okay, it’s still a good deal… $89 for the buds, and $29.99 for the case is still less than Apples price. Well guess what folks! This CASE was rubber!This was going on for MONTHS. I purchased them in May and it is now November! They came from China, and guess where the address was that I can send them back….AUSTRALIA. I emailed them for a shipping label becuase i’m not paying for this return. It would have been cheaper for them to just return my money without a return as what they sent to me was perhaps worth $15 at most!My bank that I am with for over 17 years said I had to send it back for me to receive a refund. I did everything they said, sent them proof and still another rep I speak to from the bank, after I sent proof of everything asks me if I still have them… WHAT??!It’s completely and utterly maddening. NEVER by anything unless it’s from the big stores in and online. I can’t belief I fell for this. Fake reviews, fake EVERYTHING. The return that made it to the hub in Australia – UPS said that the address was not complete, They reached out to QualityDealToday but they never replied, so they had to abandon the package! I still have not received my $119 back, and now, I had to pay $58 for a bogus address in Australia???I have all proof, eamils, and pictures. This believe it or not is a long story short. Their sight needs to be SHUT down. Fake timers.. fake everythning.And now, thtey took ALL of the fake pod cases and ear buds OFF their site. They are criminails that scammed me to the end, no matter how hard I fought. Unfortuante additional lesson I’ve learned? Now, I think I need a new bank if this is the customer service I will get – having me go through so many hoops for months and now i’m out $58 more on top of it. I just cant… sigh 🙁 Reply Gary Horton Hi, Tina!I’m sorry to hear you’ve had such a nightmare with qualitydealstoday.com. It does look like a suspicious website. It’s new, so we were not able to find much information about it. That’s how many of these scam sites work. They throw up a new site and drive traffic to it with FaceBook ads and rip people off. Then when it gets out that they’re a scam, they close down and open a new site.Thanks for telling us about this website. We’ll add it to our list.Gary Reply oren I saw an ad on instagram for instant home photo studio. All you pay is shipping. The website is shoppazi.com. Never got it. Emailed them. Never got any answer back. I payed with my credit card. Should i do anything with my card? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Oren!shoppazi.com is a very new site and it is hiding the country where it is based which is a strong indicator that it’s a scam website. Contact your credit card company as soon as possible.Gary Reply Lizzette Velez Hi Gary:I also bought the instant home photo studio like Oren on 9/27/18. As of today, I never received the product and there is no way to track the order. I am very disappointed with this transaction. My credit card account summary identifies a company named ACE Fitness as the one that proceed with the transaction. So there is no Shoppazi at all. They sell in this fake “site” and the transaction is made by another company. So definitively is a SCAM!I am in Puerto Rico! Reply Gary Horton Hi, Lizzette!Thanks for sharing your experience with Shoppazi.com/ACE Fitness. Be sure to contact your credit card company. I hope you get your money back.Thanks again, Gary Reply Cathy Thomas I found one of my products from ebay on this site. The site is Gearstore.top – it had my product with all the photos listed at a discount price. It could not possibly be genuine because the product is high quality imported from Spain and there is no way it could sell for that price. The site had no details re address etc It did have a sign up for MODODOC news. This is a legit business in LA – I emailed them and they said its a fraudulent site. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Cathy!Thanks for bringing this to our attention. Also, you may want to contact eBay.Gary Reply Steve Hi Gary,Just thought I’d say Hi and Thanks for all the info. I just ended up here looking for Wealth Generator site I use as an advertising site and somehow added an “S” and saw your article.GREAT STUFF that new folks should listen to! I’ve been at this more years than I care to admit and if ANYONE is promising “riches beyond the dreams of Avarice” tomorrow… RUN AWAY cause they want in your pockets all of them!Be Well, Steve Reply Gary Horton Thanks Steve! Reply Ali Junaid Hi,I was just dropping in a quick line to know, if I could send some great article ideas your way for a guest post at your website ?If you like my suggested ideas, I can then provide you high-quality FREE CONTENT/ARTICLE. In return, I would expect just a favor of a backlink from within the main body of the article.Do let me know if I can interest you with some great topic ideas?Best Regards,Junaid Ali Qureshi Reply Gary Horton I’ll contact you via email. Reply Susan Woodard Hi Gary I ordered an item from Hibaty Shop on 17th June and it has never arrived. Ive emailed several times and have now asked for a refund but to no avail. Im going to try involving Trading Standards as i think Ive been a victim of fraud. When Hibaty has responded they give me a link to the shipping tracker which still shows not despatched!! Do you know if this is a scam site? I spotted it as a suggested site on my FB feed so should have known better!!Cheers Sue Reply Gary Horton Hi, Susan!It appears that Hibaty.shop is no longer active. They probably were a scam site and were shut down. Yes, sites offering too good to be true deals that you find in your Facebook feed are usually scams. I don’t know what Facebook allows them to advertise.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Kelly Stewart Hi,I am now having the same problem! I ordered from them on 8/7/18. I was told on 9/7/18 that my order was shipped but could take up to 15-25 days “or maybe even longer” since it is international shipping. I just emailed them again demanding an order cancellation and full refund, but I won’t hold my breath. Is there nothing than can be done? That’s theft! Reply Gary Horton Hi, Kelly!I agree. It is theft. If you paid with a credit or debit card, contact your credit/debit card company. They may cancel the payment and refund your money from their end. Reply Rommel Hi gary. What do you think of this website…jwonr.com? Reply Gary Horton ScamAdviser gives it a low trust rating. It’s based in China which is always suspicious. I was not able to access the site which makes me think it’s been taken down. I wouldn’t trust it.Gary Reply Michael Im one of the victim of this site. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Michael!What site are you referring to?Gary Reply Karen Do you have any information on ‘wootrade.top’ . Is this a legit company to purchase from? I did not see them on your scam list. I’m not sure if the payment checkout is SECURE. I would appreciate your opinion. Reply Gary Horton It’s a scam site based in China. Reply Kenneth G Perez Is xtoolson.com a scam. Seen a $2000 tool set for $125. Reply Gary Horton xtoolson.com is a scam site. Reply ken HiHave you come across, thebespokepoet.co.uk? Purchased a jacket for $112. sent 3 emails and received 2 reply’s with tracking No. on the last email Unfortunately the tracking No. gives me no response. Any advise would be appreciated. Regards Reply Gary Horton Hi, Ken!thebespokepoet.co.uk is a new scam site based in China. If you paid with a credit card or debit card, contact your CC or debit card company. You may be able to get your money back. You will not get the jacket you ordered. Sorry for the bad news.Thanks for bringing this site to our attention. We’ll add it to our list.Gary Reply Mark Hibberd Hi garyLove your websiteGot scammed by Saggyork.org.uk for shoes (£50 plus), no reply and the website has gone offline. However I have noticed a very similar structured website with no contact details, no address and dodgy english language legal and shipping section which is still active as of today. Looks like the same people but different’desirable’ goods.Checkout the links at the bottom of the ‘home’ page.scotttishrevivals.co.ukCan you get any info on them as I suspect they may be something to do with saggyork.org.uk as the website (but not the goods) appear extremely similar. Also I note that if you click the Site map option and then select conditions of use it clearly looks like they are using a template program, as this section is not populated but retains the instructions on what to do in this section. Your thoughts? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Mark!‘Sorry you got scammed. You may be able to get your money back if you paid by credit card.Good catch on scottishrevivals.co.uk. It is indeed a scam site based in China. The links at the bottom don’t mean anything. You’re right, it’s a typical scam site from China. They launch a site and advertise on Facebook and when they ruin the reputation of that site, they switch to a new site and start over.Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We’ll add it to our list.Gary Reply Denny Brackenbury Just received a delivery from China. I ordered a garment through a fashion company who say they are based in Wales. They sent a tracking number etc. But when it arrived, surprise, surprise totally not what I ordered. Is there’any way to report this site so others are not caught out? I only lost about £60 but could have been a lot more. The company goes by the name tobeno1shop.com Reply Gary Horton Hi, Denny!tobeno1shop.com is no longer active. Sorry to hear you lost money, but if you paid by credit card, you may be able to get your money back if you report the loss to your credit company.Gary Reply stevie is travelor.com legit or scam? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Stevie!Travelor.com is a pyramid scheme. If you get involved with them, you will probably only lose money. With these types of schemes only a handful of people at the top make money. Everyone else loses.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Scarlett Is ouapsale.top a scam? The website shows https, but my initial reaction is that this is not a legitimate site. Thank you for your help. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Scarlett!ouapsale.top is a new SCAM site based in China. Don’t get involved with it.Thanks for bringing this site to our attention. We’ll post it to our list to warn others.Gary Reply Caley I’m trying to find out if forshopdone.com is a scam website. The prices are too good to be true.Thanks in advance for your help! Reply Gary Horton forshopdone.com is a scam site based in China. Reply Shelby I have been contacted by 3 different people. A mother a Rev and a lawyer. From west Africa to adopt her baby. I have not sent any money luckily. But would like to know if these emails are real or fake, please.lesskycopperlawfirm.world Reply Gary Horton Hi, Shelby!I’m sorry but the website lesskycopperlawfirm.world is not active. Are you sure that is the right website address? Please check your notes. You may also want to read this article about adoption scams. https://www.familyeducation.com/life/adoption-scams/common-adoption-scamsGary Reply Victor Vipmallclub.com is real page or scam??? The price of shoes is really low for be real! Please you can confirm? Thanks Reply Gary Horton Vipmallclub.com is a scam site based in China. Reply Joy Been stung by this site,(vipmallclub.com) sent them 3 emails and no reply. 5 weeks and no shoes and out of pocket AU$166. How can I get my money back? The bank? Ombudsman? Another avenue? Thank you for your reply in advance. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Joy!vipmallclub.com is a scam site based that appears to based in the Netherlands. However, their hosting is very secretive so they may well be in China, which I suspect. Your best chance to get your money back is to appeal to your credit card company if you paid with a credit card.Thanks for making us aware of this site. We’ll add it to our list. Gary Reply Shan Hi I believe I may have been ripped off also. I have also sent 3 emails with no response. It’s been 2 months. Reply Thomas Baffuto I purchase some powertools from laertu.com about two weeks ago. I received a tracking number pretty quickly and just received my package today, however what I received was a pair of sun glasses. I have sent them an email asking them to resend the product I purchased. what are my chances of actually receiving what I paid for? Reply Gary Horton laertu.com is a scam website based in the United Arab Emirates.If you paid with a credit card, contact the credit card company. Show them that ScamAdviser.com lists laertu.com as high risk. If you paid with PayPal file a dispute there.In the future, before doing business with a site you are not familiar with, check out its reputation at ScamAdviser.com Reply Chris How on earth does one leave a comment or join?the template looks very much like another site offering the same and trying to join that yesterday was a bloody piss take. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Chris!If you’re having trouble signing up for the FREE Online Entrepreneur Course, try again here: https://scamavenger.com/online-entrepreneur-certificationGary Reply Loran Hi Gary, You provide some great information. Instead of learning how to become an affiliate, I’d like to learn how to create relatively simple websites each of which would sell a product through JVZoo. (Unfortunately Clickbank has become known as the site for massive refund requests because they offer such a long return policy of 60 days.( Thanks Loran Reply Gary Horton Hi, Loran!Simple sites can work if you use paid advertising to drive traffic. However, small sites generally do not draw organic traffic from the search engines. I’m not a fan of JVZoo because most of the products are inferior and expensive. Short term they might be money makers because the often are designed to be money makers with several expensive upsells, but eventually, people get tired of overpaying for low quality products so you will have to continually find new people to sell to.Gary Reply Lateef I was scam on july 7 2018 by some one on face book using the vice president of nigeria picture and gave me one number to call and the number is 08160445519 he told me that the federal government of Nigeria as give out a huge of money to empower the youth. I call the number and the person that picked the call ask for my account number and name after this i saw a message on my phone that i have a initial transaction with MTN direct Top-up and after this they cleared all the money in my account and i called them that why and the man told me that they will refund it back with the money they want to give the youth and he said he i should pay #30,000 more so that they can refund it. Till then they have not send me my money please help search for this and help me to refund my money back Reply Gary Horton Hi, Lateef!You’ll find the steps you need to take in this article: https://scamavenger.com/what-to-do-when-you-get-scammed-onlineGary Reply Suprabha Veerappa Hello sirRecently I hv purchased some stuffs from http://www.qualitydealstoday.com worth of $99I got oder confirmation number with thanks . But I didn’t get tracking order number as well as delivery date and time .Please let me know is this site is fake .Thanks in advance Reply Gary Horton Hi, Suprabha Veerappa!The site is brand new and does not have a reputation. I cannot tell you conclusively whether the site is a scam or not.Gary Reply Bonnie This site is fake Gary. I am receiving emails from this and several affiliates daily. Up to 22 messages today. I am not now nor have been in the past interested in services or products. I am a retired senior citizen who relies on the cell phone for family messages and emergencies. Please stop sending all of these emails to me. Please. Reply An-chang Hi, Gary,Thank you very much for your tips about wealth generator, now Kuvera LLC.This company is now promoting sales their service in Japan, but not registered in the Financial Services Agency in Japan though they must to do so.Do they exempt from having to register with the SEC? Reply Gary Horton I’m not a securities lawyer and cannot answer your question. You may be able to find an answer with the SEC at this link: https://www.sec.gov/fast-answers Reply Gerry Jevon Hi Gary,I like your site content.I am interested in your opinion on Matched Betting please?Regards,Gerry Reply Gary Horton Hi, Gerry!I don’t recommend it. While in theory Matched Betting appears to make sense, match betting platforms are just setups for scams. Match Betting promotes the idea that you can’t lose. It’s just a different spin on a well-worn scam come-on of making fast easy money. I doubt you’ll make money with match betting. It looks exciting for a reason. They want you to get excited about it so you will “play the game.”Gerry, there is no way to make fast easy money online. If you believe there is, you will continually fall for scams. If you want to make money be prepared to learn new skills and to put those skills into action. If you want to make money with your computer, the place to start is the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course. Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Audrey Please add SearchQuarry.com to your list. They tell you they have the report you need, but when you pay $2.95 for it, you are automatically signed up for a $24.95 per month membership that you can cancel within 5 days. When you find out they do not actually have the report you purchased, you immediately cancel your membership. They give you the cancellation quickly, but still charged you $2.95 for a report that never existed. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Audrey!Thank you for bringing this website to our attention. It appears to based in Germany. ScamAdviser gives a low trust rating. We’ll post SearchQuarry.com to our list of scam sites.Thanks again, Gary Reply Audrey Warren Any information on Ameritech Systems, Jupiter, FL? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Audrey!I don’t have anything negative on Ameritech Systems. The BBB gives it an F rating, but does not state why. What do you know about them?Gary Reply Helena Hello Gary:It seems that the links to your video section are no longer available. Reply Gary Horton Yes, that’s true. We’re in the process of updating our videos. Reply S jones You say to leave my email address on the page with online entrepreneur certification i would like to do. Yet there is nowhere to leave it but this page . Thanks, S. Jones Reply Gary Horton Hi, S Jones!I appreciate your interest in the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course and have added your email address to enroll. You will need to confirm the email you receive from me. I look forward to helping you build a profitable online business.I’m here for you, Gary Reply Carlos Mendoza Do u have to be 18 or of legal age to do the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course? Reply Gary Horton There is no age restriction. Reply Graham Bunford basically a novice in this field of trading.and of course i believe its take a long time to understand all things when your trading Binary/Forex/Cyrpto currencies.especially at my age of 63 years..so looked into automated/Robots to trade for me, which thats not easy to find anything genuine out there..also the other problem i find is you may recommend a few,or say others are scams too about certain Automated Robot trading,and others will say these are scams and visa versa…its really hard to believe anyone with all of this…so please dont take offence…but do you actually use or used any of the legit ones with of course legit registered brokers. being many of these websites who say this is good if you trade with these and the recommended Broker..they get a percentage of your deposits and you lose… Can you give me your honest opinoin/s in all of this ? Reply Gary Horton Hi, Graham Bunford!Trading binary options, forex and cryptocurrencies is NOT investing. At best, it is speculating. In most cases, it is nothing more than giving your money to a stranger in a foreign country with no chance of ever getting it back. In the entire world, there is only one binary options exchange that I know of that is adheres to security laws and a code of ethics.This exchange is NADEX. Although they are regulated, trading binary options, even with NADEX is not recommended. The odds of making money with NADEX is minuscule. Statistically, it is highly improbable you will get enough trades right to come out ahead and if by some miracle you do, capital gains tax will erode your winnings.Here’s an excerpt from the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission warning about the epidemic of scam brokers.Because of their lack of compliance with applicable laws, if you purchase binary options offered by persons or entities that are not registered with or subject to the oversight of a U.S. regulator, you may not have the full benefit of the safeguards of the federal securities and commodities laws that have been put in place to protect investors, as some safeguards and remedies are available only in the context of registered offerings. In addition, individual investors may not be able to pursue, on their own, some remedies that are available for unregistered offerings. (http://www.cftc.gov/ConsumerProtection/FraudAwarenessPrevention/CFTCFraudAdvisories/fraudadv_binaryoptions)I do not recommend trading binary options, forex or cryptocurrencies.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Allan Oliver Hello my name is Allan Oliver and I am looking for a legit way to make money online. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Allan!Enroll in the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course. The first ten lessons are free. In this training, you’ll learn how to build an authority website or blog. This strategy is the most reliable and affordable for most people. I look forward to helping you. To enroll in the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course, Click Here.Gary Reply Debbie L Caughman I want to cancel university program no question asde and money refund Gary Horton Hi, Debbie!What university program are you referring to? Please give me more details.Gary David Hey Gary, I tried signing up for the free course but it says it can’t connect and gives an error. HELP! Thanks David Reply Gary Horton Hi, David!Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I’m having tech trouble with the signup form but hope to have it working again by Friday morning. Please try signing up again in a day or two.Thanks, Gary Reply Norrie Hi Garry Am i right your “Online Entrepreneur Certificate Course” is one and the same as Wealthy Affiliate Course? Reply Gary Horton It includes the free training within Wealthy Affiliate with my added training. Reply Rozel Pothin I have made 2 purchases from Kitchenen and till now I have not received anything. I have read all the above comment from Allan and it seems we have had the same problem. Kindly advise on how to make a claim to try and get my money back. I had paid dirrectly with my barclays bank debit card.thanks Reply Gary Horton Hi, Rozel Pothin!I’m sorry to hear you have had the same problems with Kitchenen. Contact your debit card company and tell them what happened. It’s important that yuo do this right away. Do that first. Contacting your debit card company is your best chance at getting your money back. My article What to Do When You Get Scammed will show you additional things you can do.I wish I could do more to help you, Gary Reply Jose Hi Gary. If I wl take paid membership now how long (how many months or years) wd I be paying $49/month? And when wl I start earning money online? =Joe= Reply Gary Horton Hi, Joe!When you join, you get the basic training for free, which includes support and access to the community for 7 days, also free. During this time, you will have the opportunity to upgrade to the paid membership level for $19 for the first month of full membership.The first month for $19 gives you a chance to check out the community, training, support, high-security web hosting, software tools, essentially everything you need to build a profitable business. All for about the cost of a large pizza.After the first month membership will cost $49 a month for as long as you are a member. Since membership includes everything you need to build a profitable online business, you will not need to pay for anything else until your business is making money.When your business is profitable, it is advisable to wisely invest some of the money you are earning back into your business and get an autoresponder service and begin ppc advertising, but that comes later. We can talk about that more when you’re ready to take that step.In my experience, people who think like an entrepreneur and are committed to their success are thrilled to find us and never leave. On the other hand, people who are still searching for a quick and easy way to make money online do not see the immense value in what we have to offer and don’t stick around.You asked how long it will take before you are making money. This is a common concern. The short answer is it will take longer to make money than you would like.The truth is, for most of us, it is impossible to make enough money fast enough. That’s just our nature. And, this is why it is essential at first to focus on learning the skills for making money online. Learning the skills come before the money. Once you have the skills, you will always be able to make money online, even if you lose everything and must start over. With the skills we teach, you become financially bombproof.How quickly you make money will depend on how quickly you learn the skills and apply them. However, some things are out of your control. This next point is critical. I wish I could tattoo it on the inside of your eyelids. It is that important.Here’s the important thing to remember when you are starting out. It takes two or three months for the search engines to trust a new website. Until the search engines trust your website, it will not get much traffic. Without traffic, you will not make money.This article discusses your question in more detail. How Fast Can I Make Money? (Let me know if you cannot access this article).Joe, I hope this answers your questions. If not, please try me again.I’m here for you, Gary Reply Frank Taylor Hi please call me I’m 72 retired .Its very Important I can make extra funds.Soon as possible. I applied for the scam called Secure Job position. Is every program a scam.? What happens if Im having problems creding a website or getting it right Will you work with me to see that I’m up running and am making money. Plus I only have a smart phone to work with at this time. I do have a computer but I’m stuck with money right now. Can you help me get going. Please leave a message on my cell .Because I won’t know your number.to pick up. Thanks for telling me the scam news Frank Taylor. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Frank!You left a comment on my website, ScamAvenger.com, asking for help and I stand ready to help you.First thing, please never post your phone number online like you did on my website. You are inviting trouble when you do. The bad guys have software that crawls the internet searching for phone numbers. They then sell these numbers to telemarketers and to criminals who use the phone numbers to construct false identities. I removed your phone number from your comment, so not to worry.I understand you need to make money as quickly as possible and I have a couple of suggestions. The fastest way to make money online is to get a legitimate work from home job. As you have discovered, when you search for a work from home job, you quickly run into one lousy scam after another.I’ve written an article on how to find a legitimate work from home job and avoid the scams. Click on this link to read my article Work at Home Jobs. If you choose to follow this route, there is a small one time fee for a lifetime membership with a legitimate source for work at home jobs. There is also a very generous guarantee so you can try it without risk.Work at home jobs will get money coming in the fastest, but you will make more money over time and achieve a degree of passive income with an online business. However, it will take time, perhaps months before a respectable income is earned with an online business. If you have never built an online business you will need to learn new skills and put them into practice before you can expect to make money.The only place I recommend to learn to build a profitable online business is The Online Entrepreneur Certification Course. Enrollment is free. There’s a paid level too that includes everything you need to build a profitable online business. The paid level is for later. Start with the free training and go from there.You asked if I would help. Yes indeed! I’d be happy to help you every step of the way. I only ask that you respect my time enough to start with the free training in The Online Entrepreneur Certification Course and then ask me questions when you need too. The Online Entrepreneur Certification Course has evolved over ten years and is very well structured. Still, I never want you to be stuck or confused, so please do feel free to ask me for help whenever you need to. You’ll also find inside the course that are many experienced marketers ready to help you too.To enroll in the free starter level of The Online Entrepreneur Certification Course, go to http://EnrollFREE.org.I’m here for you, Gary Reply Jose Thanks Gary. How are you related with the Wealthy Affiliate? =Joe= Reply Gary Horton Hi, Joe!I’ve been a member of Wealthy Affiliate for nearly 3 years and will never leave. Wealthy Affiliate is the most comprehensive, supportive and affordable place I’ve discovered to learn internet marketing. It’s the only place I recommend to learn how to build a profitable online business.Gary Reply Helena Solomon Hi Gary, I’m new to your site & find your content invaluable. Trying to start out as an online entrepreneur, I know you favor Wealthy Affiliate but wanted to know your thoughts on Anik Singal’s Inbox Blueprint / Launchpad products. Can’t seem to find an honest review (without the attached marketing). It’s expensive & would hate to be scammed on first attempt. Thanks in advance. Gary Horton Hi, Helena!I have not purchased any of Anik Singal’s products, but I quickly checked them out so I could better respond to your question. They are expensive and I think they are too expensive. Building a profitable online business takes commitment, work, and patience. That’s the secret, commitment, work, and patience. In my opinion, it is foolish to spend a lot of money to learn internet marketing when Wealthy Affiliate will teach you all you need to know and provide the essential tools plus web hosting for about $50 a month. For the cost of one of Anik Singal’s courses, you could be a member of Wealthy Affiliate for five years!If you do not commit to your success, work at it and are patient, you will not succeed online. However, if you do commit to your success, work at it and are patient, you don’t need high-dollar courses.The truth is most internet marketing wannabes quit within a month or two of trying it. Online gurus know this. That is why they price their training so high. They want as much of your money upfront as they can get because they know you will probably soon quit.If you are just starting out. Join Wealthy Affiliate. If you are already a member, stick with it. The strategies you will learn in WA work. WA members work together to help each other succeed. It’s your best chance at success. Stick with it and you cannot fail.Something you might be struggling with is the hard reality of building an online business compared to the hype you hear from people trying to get your money. Building an online business is hard work. It can be frustrating and disappointing at times. This is true of any business anywhere. Please do not fall for the enchantment of people promising you an easy way to make money online. There isn’t an easy way, but there is a reliable way and that is what WA teaches.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Akosua Serwaa How many days it takes to complete the traning online Enterprener certification course Reply Gary Horton Hi, Akosua Serwaa!The free training includes 10 lessons. Each lesson has an assignment. Most of the assignments can be completed in 30 minutes or less, but a few of the assignments will take longer. If you wanted to complete the free training as quickly as possible, it would probably take 12 to 16 hours.The free training is a foundational course. If you like the training and are ready to do the work required to build a profitable online business, you will have the opportunity to join our community at the paid level to continue building on what you learn in the free course. The cost for paid membership is $19 for the first month and $49 a month thereafter. As a paid member you will have access to extensive training that is ongoing and covers all aspects of online marketing.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply james Would you be able to do a review of PrizeRebel.com? Reply Gary Horton Hi, James!Thanks for bringing PrizeRebel to my attention. I’ll check it out in the coming week.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Jere F. Parker I just recently signed-up. You sent 2 emails-1. As a Thank You message and another. I somehow deleted or lost your 2nd email. Please, send again,Thank You I have 2 websites both of which will be completed in 1 or 2 weeks., Reply Gary Horton Hi!You should have the lost emails within the hour. That’s great you have two websites coming along.Thanks for signing up, Gary Reply Sebastian Hi Gary, I know this probably isn’t a very good question, and I’m sorry if I sound disrespectful. I don’t mean any kind of disrespect. I wanted to ask, how can I find ways to make money online guaranteed? The thing is, I’m really in need for some cash now. Thanks, Sebastian Reply Gary Horton Hi, Sebastian!I understand you need to make cash now, but I don’t know of anything online that will guarantee you an income. In fact, if a program guarantees that you will make money, it’s probably a scam. I also caution against trying so-called survey sites. These will only waste your time. Making money online requires taking the time to learn a few new skills and then applying these skills. There is a lot of trial and error in the process, mostly error. This is why it is so important to be committed to succeeding.I’m sorry I couldn’t more helpful, Gary Reply jermaine Oh Gary I have 2 quick questions for you. What do you think about daily income method which is instant payday network and its a free system so would you recommend this system for making money?Also what is the best MLM system would you highly recommend for people who are on a low budget and looking for residual income? Please contact me as soon as possible! Reply Gary Horton Hi, Jermaine!You will not make money with Daily Income Method. You will lose money. Daily Income Method leads to MCA, Motor Club of America. You will not make money with Motor Club of America either. It will cost you money. These schemes lure people in with the promise of making money, but they really are only selling a so-called opportunity. The truth is, there is no opportunity there, only false promises that will cost you money. See my article Motor Club of America.I DO NOT recommend MLMs in any shape or form. An MLM is a horrible way to try to make money. Most are thinly disguised pyramid schemes. They all push the expenses of the business down to the lowest level and funnel the profits to the top. It takes enormous energy and sociopathic people skills to make money with MLM. Please do not waste your time or your money on MLM, you’ll only get frustrated, exhausted and poor. See my article, The Heartbreak of MLM.The greatest opportunity of your lifetime is the internet. If you will take the time to learn a few new skills and commit to working at it, you make a very good income online, enough to support a family and more. It’s not get rich quick or overnight success, but it does work. If you stick with it, your income potential is unlimited.The trick is finding a legitimate place where you can learn what really works at an affordable price. In my two years of investigating online make money programs, I’ve only found one place I would recommend. Go here to learn more about it.Please understand that 99% of the make money offers you will find online are scams. It’s very dangerous. If you cannot afford to lose money, please do not throw it away with Daily Income Method or any MLM.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply jermaine hi Gary! I had just found you on youtube where you were talking about the money Academy and im glad that you had exposed this scam site so thank you!.I see that you are recommending wealthy Affiliate and I see that the starer package is free but I also see that you get more benefits with the premium package like 50 websites. Gary I want to know that if i join wealthy Affiliate under you and get the premium package will they build the 50 websites for me if I wanted them to? Gary I would like to join wealthy Affiliate with the premium package but I do not want to deal with the headaches of building a website though but instead I would rather for them to build them for me. I would love for all 50 websites to be in the money making niche. Please contact me as soon as possible! Reply Gary Horton Hi, Jermaine!I’m glad you found my video before you got sucked into the Money Academy. The Money Academy would have cost you dearly.Wealthy Affiliate does not build the sites for you. Instead you have access to state of the art website building software that builds the framework for a website in a couple minutes. You will need to create the content for the website. It is essential that you build your own website because you want it to be original. The search engines only rank original websites and content.Why would you want someone else to build your website? True wealth and security come from the ability to create wealth. That means the skills to make money online. You will not gain these skills if someone else does the heavy lifting for you.Yes, you get 50 websites with Wealthy Affiliate, but you only need one to make a good income online. The core strategy in Wealthy Affiliate is to build an authority website the search engines love. To start with, I recommend you join Wealthy Affiliate as a free starter member and see if you like it.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply jennifer grigo Hi I’m jennifer grigo two day ago i sign up with the Auto Home Profits . I did pay them for the Auto Home Profits Platinum package and lifetime updates for $47.00 . And nobody with help me get started i think i have been scamed . What should i do , do i need to try to get my money back . Thank You Reply Gary Horton Hi, Jennifer!I’m sorry you got involved with Auto Home Profits. Do try to get your money back. It will not get better if you stay with them. Be prepared to be contacted by telemarketers trying to sell you more make money products. The telemarketers can make it sound inviting but none of their products will help you.All the best, Gary Reply bob Can you continue with your analysis to reviews on other sites that are owned by A&A Marketing. I feel that this would be good to get some information out there regarding this company. A&A Marketing simply rebrands themselves with a different name and site every year but the same efforts continue with scamming people out of money. We are talking dollars here and dollars there but they add up. VCNMedia is there new company selling services to other companies such as email marketing, network with offers for sites to join and market..etc. They developed these companies thru there years with Survey sites and Email marketing. Other sites they own..adopia.com, clickso.com, cellkong.com, dailysurveytrk.com, leadmonetize.com (shut down), opinioncity.com, tiktikcash.com (shut down), perfectpaycheck.com (shut down), surveyteam.com (shut down) and I am missing several others. Vini Narang or Vini Pal depending on if the year is even or odd is running this company and he has deliberately has scammed MANY people out of money. Yes they are a marketing company who drives leads to products but they don’t pay MANY people in there efforts with a various number of excuses. Your articles on Inboxpays & Panda Research provide good thoughts to how they include several little small items in their TOC and PP’s. This company has had a bad rap for years now and as I mentioned before, once they have issues they rebrand with a new site name and continue there efforts. It would be nice to have people understand who this company is so that they can stay away before they run thru the hassles. Reply Gary Horton Hi, Bob!I appreciate your insight into A&A Marketing and will look into it.Thanks for stopping by, Gary Reply Michele Camarda Hi Gary,I am so happy that I did further research on the Scam “Total Income Answer” and ran into your article. I am interested in getting some FREE training to start and saw your Wealthy Affiliate Training. I will also watch the video :”How to Earn Six-Figures Online”.I don’t have an idea as of yet but I do know that I MUST start an Online Business. I have been in Sales and Marketing my entire career but I am know running into Age Discrimination. I also would LOVE to create a Laptop Lifestyle so that I may work from anywhere in the world and create money while I sleep.I would appreciate your feedback and I am also a BIG believer in giving referrals and paying it forward.I took a FREE two day Training in San Diego towards the end of the year 2016 put they want a Huge Amount to teach you how to build a business online.I would love your feedback and guidance.Thank you,Michele Reply Gary Horton Hi, Michele!Thanks for stopping by. I’m glad you didn’t get caught up in the “Total Income Answer.” That’s nothing but a money drain.I’m happy to help you. It sounds like you already know a lot about the building an online business. The best free training on the internet is inside Wealthy Affiliate. You will also get two free WordPress websites. If you join through this link JoinWAnow.com I’ll be able to help you directly. There is a paid membership level too, but you can decide about that later.The training will help you decide what niche, or subject, will be the focus of your business. We recommend that you chose a subject you enjoy as it will make building your business much more fun. When you join us through the link above, I’ll be in touch within an hour and we can go from there.I’m here for you, Gary Reply NELATURU VANGIPURAM BALAJI lost my pass word to continue the class. kindly provide access to open the class topic Reply Gary Horton Which class are you referring to? Reply Scott Johnson Love your website, would like to collaberate with you. My websites: http://www.StopTheAmwayToolScam.wordpress.com and http://www.AllMLMFacts.org. Contact me, thanks. Reply Gary Horton I’ll be in touch. Reply Jeffrey W Mount can’t find anything on my email to sign up with. firstname.lastname@example.org Reply Gary Horton Hi, Jeffrey!I sent you an email, but in case you see this first, you can sign up for the free “How to Earn Six-Figures Online” video course by clicking on this link: How to Earn Six-Figures Online.Thanks for stopping by, Gary ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.