On their website, Mailingbucks.com, AKA “Advanced Marketing Group, inc” promises customers $4 for every brochure processed and mailed. That “if you send 75 brochures, you will receive $300. If you send 200 brochures, you will be paid $800, and so on.” | That as an independent mail processor, you’ll never have to buy any supplies or postage, you’ll never send bulk emails or make door to door sales, etc. The website is fraught with promises to customers that register with their program. They include a “limited time offer of $37.00”. Then they offer 13% off the $37.00($24.00) if customers register online before their limited time offer ends. | Desperate to alleviate my financial difficulties, I took the bait, even though I had a feeling their offer was too good to be true. After all, they offered immediate 100% refund to customers not happy with their program. | So I did register for $24.00 expecting to receive the mailing supplies, instead, I received an order form for “The Complete Work At Home Guide” valued at $25.00 plus $3.00 shipping. So I spent a total of $52.00, and as of this writing, I have yet to receive the mailing supplies or the Home Guide. Hopefully, I’ll get a full refund. | In retrospect, I should’ve known better because they have no contact information listed on their website. No phone number. No fax number. No email address. Nothing! The “Contact Us” link is not clickable! These scammers must be stopped!
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