Vinson Walker from Visible called me some time in June telling me my site didn’t have content and I needed them to fix the problem. He told me that Google didn’t like cookie cutter websites and showed me the Google guidelines. He said I was very close to losing my reputation because I wasn’t following Googles guild lines. This is ultimately holding me back from being profitable with Google. I told him that i just started on the site and that I was going to give ************* the chance to do what they said they would. Vinson insisted they had already done all they were going to do. I finally did buy a package that Vinson said I needed. When I received my credit card statement I was charged 3 different charges from Ignitews, Gogodropship and Kreative. I called Vinson immediately to see what was going on but he didn’t answer (go figure) The next day I received a call back from Shelley at Kreative and she told me that all 3 companies are owned by their parent corporation – Visible.net and from now on the new company name is Kreative. I felt like I had been lied to because they never said anything about the upcoming change. They promised me a better website and better rankings if I paid them THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS! A person my age in her 60’s doesn’t have that kind of money to be throwing around with every company that calls you on the phone. Like a real dummy I used all my hard earned money because I felt this was my only option for me to be successful with my website after investing so much. (He even had me borrow against my IRA) 2 months later and still NOT A SINGLE SALE, I receive a call from Candace at Kreative and she tells me that if I don’t upgrade to HTML5 I would be kicked off the web. I hung up the phone. She called back 3 more times. I answered and she told me her company was successful, that she doesn’t need my business but I need hers. This was craziest experience I’ve ever had with a company. I’ve never felt so harassed and threatened just for not wanting to use someone’s services. Most companies are professional and show a little class, this one will apparently use whatever tactic necessary to bully you into utilizing their pseudo-expertise. The company is flagged across the web as a rip-off risk. Stay clear of these tricksters!!!!!!!!
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