The Below Is Number 801-456-6610 Detail Message
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Update Time:8/21/2012 3:30:21 AM | Call Type:Telemarketer
Carol
    Hello, I fell into the trap of speaking to a Jarrad Carolan and Guy Coslin from 801-456-6620 because I recently purchased the Commission Cash Code Internet Marketing system and I think that's why I got the call. I thought the CCC was trying to do a case study and help me with the Internet marketing. It was fishy when they began asking personal questions but I thought it would help to give a good testimony to how I did well with the system. In the end I realized that they were just trying to sell me on a different platform. I am now thinking of canceling the CCC program I purchased because I am now wondering if sold my information to these people that are saying they use the eBay platform. P.S. they gave me 2 websites to visit to try to sway me into doing this "case study" for $3997 (slashed from $5997). One is www.ibsstart.com and the address shown on the website is IBS 1178 Brickyard Rd, Salt Lake City UT 84106. I am going to report these people to the police and BBB. The second website they took me to is the BBB (better business bureau) and asked me to search Power Sell Collegetech and showed me there was 1 complaint but was later removed. This still didn't convince so therefore I was then "not qualified" for the program. Has any of you heard of Commission Cash Codes and these guys a scam too. Starting the program now and im still in training. There are a lot of up sells within the program and it's disheartening because they dont tell you that u need to invest in domain names and web hosting which is not included in the program.
Update Time:8/16/2010 5:25:13 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Kris
    Today I received a call from Dan who first said he represented eBAY/Google. He said he was following up on an inquiry I made about selling things on eBAY. When I asked him to confirm when and under what conditions I made the request, he had the right information (it was a "course" I saw on the internet for setting up a business selling products). It turned out the company he actually reps is called Internet Business Specialists, a company that provides coaching/mentoring to help you set up a business. They supposedly help you figure out which of the over 1 million products they rep, set up a business plan, bla bla bla.  Dan was calling to "pre-qualify" me--that is, to see if I qualified to do business with them.  If I did, I would then be speaking with Dan's "senior consultant" (or something like that) who would help me design my internet business.All was fine until Dan started to ask me for personal financial information, such as what credit cards I have, how much balance I have on them, etc.  When I refused to provide that info, I was suddenly "not qualified" (even though I have owned three business for about 20 years, make a six-figure income and don't have any debt).  I'd say that I was exactly the demographic they would be looking for, wouldn't you?Anyway, bottom line is I think they are selling something else (like maybe a credit card?) but I couldn't ever get to that point with Dan.  I'd say THEY LIE and I'd say keep away.
Update Time:8/16/2010 5:25:13 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Nete
    Just got a call from this number and it disconnected just as I answered.  I live in Canada.
Update Time:8/15/2010 5:14:46 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Kris
    Today I received a call from Dan who first said he represented eBAY/Google. He said he was following up on an inquiry I made about selling things on eBAY. When I asked him to confirm when and under what conditions I made the request, he had the right information (it was a "course" I saw on the internet for setting up a business selling products). It turned out the company he actually reps is called Internet Business Specialists, a company that provides coaching/mentoring to help you set up a business. They supposedly help you figure out which of the over 1 million products they rep, set up a business plan, bla bla bla.  Dan was calling to "pre-qualify" me--that is, to see if I qualified to do business with them.  If I did, I would then be speaking with Dan's "senior consultant" (or something like that) who would help me design my internet business.All was fine until Dan started to ask me for personal financial information, such as what credit cards I have, how much balance I have on them, etc.  When I refused to provide that info, I was suddenly "not qualified" (even though I have owned three business for about 20 years, make a six-figure income and don't have any debt).  I'd say that I was exactly the demographic they would be looking for, wouldn't you?Anyway, bottom line is I think they are selling something else (like maybe a credit card?) but I couldn't ever get to that point with Dan.  I'd say THEY LIE and I'd say keep away.
Update Time:8/15/2010 5:14:46 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Mike
    They have called me 5 or six times, It,s a landline in Utah. Residential.They never leave a message they just keep calling. White pages lists it as unpublished. The pay for info sites say that the owner has 2 known addresses one in Salt Lake City, and one in Crossville, Tennesee.
Update Time:1/26/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Raymond Kearney
    I got a call from Ebay Internet Business Specialist, for $3,600 investment and a minimum of 2 hours a day, they say I will get my $$ back within 60 days and from then on be making $4,000 to $8,000 per month from then on, seems a bit too good, I saw your comments, were you a power seller that never got what was promised, haven't done anything yet, trying to get an idea as to what really is going on, please advise, thank yourayboy2727@yahoo.com
Update Time:12/23/2009 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Jan
    Internet Business Specialist are a SCAM, SCAM SCAM.  They don't delivery what they promise, the product doesn't work, they lie to you amount the hidden costs and they promise refunds, then won't give them.  DO NOT do business with Internet Business Specialist, you will lose your money.
Update Time:11/17/2009 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
telemarketers-r-scum
    Who are these people? They are scammers, crooks. Idiots who answer their questions before knowing who they are keep them in business. Now they have personal information about you, and you still really don't know who they are.There's your answer!
Update Time:11/17/2009 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
sherry
    They called me today and they started to ask all kinds of personal ?s and I thought it was ok because I did fill out a form with my number and I got a call. He didn't ask for any money but I didn't feel right about the phone call . So thats when I started to research the phone # and thats when I found this website should I be worried I didn't give any real personal info like my ss# or birthdate. I started to ? him about this and he hung up but before he hung up he said he would be sending me some info,How can I report him or stop this info from coming.
Update Time:11/10/2009 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Kris
    Today I received a call from Dan who first said he represented eBAY/Google. He said he was following up on an inquiry I made about selling things on eBAY. When I asked him to confirm when and under what conditions I made the request, he had the right information (it was a "course" I saw on the internet for setting up a business selling products). It turned out the company he actually reps is called Internet Business Specialists, a company that provides coaching/mentoring to help you set up a business. They supposedly help you figure out which of the over 1 million products they rep, set up a business plan, bla bla bla.  Dan was calling to "pre-qualify" me--that is, to see if I qualified to do business with them.  If I did, I would then be speaking with Dan's "senior consultant" (or something like that) who would help me design my internet business.All was fine until Dan started to ask me for personal financial information, such as what credit cards I have, how much balance I have on them, etc.  When I refused to provide that info, I was suddenly "not qualified" (even though I have owned three business for about 20 years, make a six-figure income and don't have any debt).  I'd say that I was exactly the demographic they would be looking for, wouldn't you?Anyway, bottom line is I think they are selling something else (like maybe a credit card?) but I couldn't ever get to that point with Dan.  I'd say THEY LIE and I'd say keep away.
Update Time:11/10/2009 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Kris
    Today I received a call from Dan who first said he represented eBAY/Google. He said he was following up on an inquiry I made about selling things on eBAY. When I asked him to confirm when and under what conditions I made the request, he had the right information (it was a "course" I saw on the internet for setting up a business selling products). It turned out the company he actually reps is called Internet Business Specialists, a company that provides coaching/mentoring to help you set up a business. They supposedly help you figure out which of the over 1 million products they rep, set up a business plan, bla bla bla.  Dan was calling to "pre-qualify" me--that is, to see if I qualified to do business with them.  If I did, I would then be speaking with Dan's "senior consultant" (or something like that) who would help me design my internet business.All was fine until Dan started to ask me for personal financial information, such as what credit cards I have, how much balance I have on them, etc.  When I refused to provide that info, I was suddenly "not qualified" (even though I have owned three business for about 20 years, make a six-figure income and don't have any debt).  I'd say that I was exactly the demographic they would be looking for, wouldn't you?Anyway, bottom line is I think they are selling something else (like maybe a credit card?) but I couldn't ever get to that point with Dan.  I'd say THEY LIE and I'd say keep away.
Update Time:11/5/2009 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Wendy
    They won't quit calling my home or business line and say there are from ebay and google.. I have told them repeatly to quit calling and am reporting them to FCC now...
Update Time:11/3/2009 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
deb
    They call but never leave a message. It just began today, so far they have called 3 times. I haven't ordered any type of kit off the internet?
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