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Testimonial to Universal Internet Experts
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My Experience with Universal Internet Experts.com
Let me start by saying this is probably the stupidest and mostexpensive mistake I have ever made. Oct26 2009 I received a call fromSusane Arcadia. She said she was with Universal Internet Experts, andasked if I wanted to make money working on line.
I explained that I had had a website before but made no money form it. She said that if I was to trust her that they would show me how to make a lot of moneyon line, the key was to advertise where people could see what you wereselling, and that I would be selling for Amazon.com. They really pushhe fact that you were working for Amazon.com which made me think thatthis was a safe company to do business with.
Once I had singed up I was hooked up with Patrick Kent, and I wasstarting to have second thoughts, (which I should have listened to). Patrick Kent told me because it was Amazon.com that I would easilydouble my money in few months. So I paid for the advertising $9,000, after the interest and exchange it was $10,000. This money was for T. Vcommercials and online advertising by pay per click and other methods. It was suppose to send "real traffic" to my site.
When I called Patrick Kent with questions he was always there with ananswer. Like when I asked him why I was getting no orders, he would saythat it takes 30 days for an order to show up in the back office. WhichI found out was not true. You will see a order the same day it is made.
At first I was getting very little traffic 40 to 100 hits a week. Thenearly Dec the numbers really started to take off, and I thought maybe Ididn't get ripped off. I was getting 2,000 to 3,000 hits a week, andthe sales should start soon.
It is now the end of January and have had over 22,423 hits from "real traffic" but not one single sale.
When I call Patrick Kent now I am told he is busy and would call meback. When I call back under a different name he is a a suddenly not tobusy. (he must think it a new sucker)
I can't say if the traffic I am getting is "real" or if some one isjust sitting at a desk clicking on my site, or if they are seeing thatit is an Amazon.com associate site and they are simply clicking over toAmazon.com.in which case I am paying for advertising for Amazon.com.
I've tried contacting Amazon.com on the matter but they won't send infoon my site without he consent of Universal Internet Experts authorizingit first. When I sent a request to be secondary email for my account, Iheard nothing back.
I have spent a lot of money and all I have to show for it is a 30second dvd of a commercial for my site that shows a bunch of productsthat are for sale on my site going by very quickly, and a very large credit card bill.
I would not advise anyone to go into business with Universal InternetExperts, going by my experience you will only succeed in putting yourself into debt like I did