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  • May 16, 2017

It starts with an email to lure you into working from your own home on your own time and the title they use is "Facebook Bonanza". This gets the most vulnerable-those who need to make extra money and who want to do it from their home. That included me and boy did they scam me. Only $4.97 for the kit to show you how, then after they get your card # and you are in they direct you to a members area with videos to watch to educate you. I kept looking for the kit, but no kit. Then something told me to check my checking account and behold, they not only charged me $4.97, but $89.97 also. This is day 4.

I called the number for Acewebpro.web that (that is what the charge was under on my checking acct.). I asked them to cancel and refund the money, as I did not give them permission to take the $89.97. She told me she would cancel, but I would get an email in 3-4 min concerning the refund. Sure enough, Darlyn Clark asked that I rethink this and watch the educational films. I had alread seen them, and I answered her asking her for a complete refund. Cherry Singer then replied and stated she was sorry for any misunderstanding. According to their terms I agreed to, after 3 days they will only refund 1/2 of the money - $44.98 and it will take 7-10 days. It certainly didn't take them that long to take the money from me. I sent her a copy of my order confirmation which had no information persuant to a time period or any more monies taken out. She emailed me back with the particulars on the sales page more or less telling me I didn't have a leg to stand on. However when I clicked on the link she gave me that was suppose to be on, that link wouldn't come up.

Another link she gave me "" was blocked by my firewall. Well I told her to cancel my membership , and send me the $44.98, but it shouldn't take her 7 days to return it to me when it only took 1 day to take it away . Buyer Beware!!

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  • Sep 21, 2017

I found this in my email page and it looked like something that I could do from my home as I am disabled. I watched the entire video and it looked really good to me so I signed up put in all my information and when my card was accepted I thought I was in. Today when I went to login it came back saying that my email was not in there database. I've had a brain injury so I guess I should have looked into it better but the page said there were only 6 entries left to be entered. So I did not want to lose my spot by backing out. So they have now taken $47. Out of my debit card and I'm hoping they don't try to take anymore money out of this account. Thanks Sarah

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  • Dec 12, 2018

They charge you $47 for a misguided tutorial that don't work in setting up services. They work close with Namecheap to set up website. They provided a 3rd party company for your CNAME. You are not able to work with Amazon/Ebay as the tutorial suggest. You are not able to complete the Website set up as indicated in the tutorial. The only thing they did immediately was take the $47.00. everything else they claimed someone would get back to me. No one will answer you in CHAT Now, but they will instead email and tell you to watch the tutorial for answers. I was lucky enough to get some one on the phone at 5:30 am Pacific time. After speaking to them and requesting a REFUND, Jade indicated that i will be refunded $24.00. The odd thing is no one can assist me in completing set up process but they will go in and delete account. Its a FRAUD and suggested services were never really meant tobe provided.

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  • Nov 28, 2018 charged me $47.00 and said I could get 2 websites up and running within 30 mins. The problem is after you watch the tutorials they dont answer the phone and they give you 2 numbers 1-888-793-3429 which is customer support and 1-801-893-6040 which is for a mentor and this number says the message center is full and then disconects you.

I as a lot of other people live from paycheck to paycheck and really cant afford to lay out this type of money. I was hoping to earn some extra money on the side so I could help with the care of my parents who are failing in their health.

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  • Oct 7, 2018

I paid $47.00 to have three affiliate websites developed with Ebay, Amazon, Alibaba for $47. Some paid up to $900 to have 200 websites developed; they provided video trainings on getting a domain name from Namecheap and how to point name towards their site, also on what to do to load products from Affiliates. Initially, the training seemed legitimate, the trouble started when you tried t o email support and when Customer Service promised to contact support to address any problems. Approximately 10 days later the website was unaccessible and you only received a message when called, no one never returned calls. That same message was still on as of the writing of this report, 10/08/2018.

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  • Apr 13, 2017

I got a email from facebook asking me if I wanted to make money from home. If I wanted then follow the link. Which was so I did. So after signing g up it ask for 49.00 so I put in my credit card information. Just knowing it was from facebook I trust them. They gave me username and password to use when I got there Not a good thing they gave me a web site support.easykitorg then when I got to member service it wouldn't take user name or password. So I try calling them no answer and it has been over a year.

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  • Feb 21, 2017

I had waited and waited for my kit to arrive and figured would be by mail, i was never informed would be in my SPAM folder in which i concider as trash. I decided to ask company and was told where it was but by then i decided i no longer was interested and wanted refund, I never opened program at all. Easykits work at home scam owes me $122.97 and does not want to return, since being i no longer have a bank account is closed and would not take any other options such as mailed to my p.o box, refillable card or depsited in my daughters account, in being since their is no longer a card ending with last 4 digits, in which comp. Says can only refund to that acct. Easykits states since has agreement with VISA then has to return money to visa. It was not a VISA card but a check guarantee card and my money! If i did not have money in my account, company could not had withdrew. I had informed them of my decision when my account was still active but company rep.kept on trying to talk me into staying on program, by emails & i refused. I had emailed and with two different representatives for Easykits, on numerous occasions and just a wayste of time back and forth! I even agreed to half return of money in which company said could only give me back, even tho made no sense. Ended up I still could'nt even get that amount returned to me and their is no working with, they refuse and even if they have no choice BUT to agree with you they still wont, only to end up makng no sense and overall just DUM (sorry). Their is no excuse for their lack of professionalism they know what and how they are doing people, in which are ripping off as in keeping money that is not theirs. I did inform easykits i was pursuing and in all efforts of and in my receiving FULL REFUND and not just half as i first had agreed upon, i received no response of course. Thank You I used a CHECK GUARANTEE CARD FROM CHASE BANK A DEBIT CARD, FROM MY NOW CLOSED CHKNG ACCT. IN WHICH HAD A VISA LOGO ON CARD BUT WAS NOT A VISA CHARGE CARD.

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  • Apr 22, 2016

I thought I was purchasing a one time purchase to receive a kit on how to work from home. It turned out to be a subscription based trial offer service that later charged me another $77 after the trial period ended. When I called to get a refund because I never used their service, they refused to refund my money.

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  • Feb 29, 2016 robbed me for $4.97 when i went to website it told me i wasnt a member when called the number i got a recording

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  • Oct 24, 2019

Please answer

Advice easykits to answe them all. If it’s fraud company why it’s running yet. Can’t believe. Also there’s much to learn. From one day u don’t get benefits. You need to work hard.

It can’t be totally fraud.

  • Sep 6, 2019

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Registry Domain ID: D165034176-LROR

Registrar WHOIS Server:

Registrar URL:

Updated Date: 2018-03-23T20:31:42Z

Creation Date: 2012-03-18T12:52:45Z

Registry Expiry Date: 2020-03-18T12:52:45Z

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Registrar:, LLC

Registrar IANA ID: 146

Registrar Abuse Contact Email: [email protected]

Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505


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Domain Status: clientRenewProhibited

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Registrant Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC

Registrant State/Province: Arizona

Registrant Country: US

Name Server: NS-1491.AWSDNS-58.ORG

Name Server: NS-1641.AWSDNS-13.CO.UK

Name Server: NS-274.AWSDNS-34.COM

Name Server: NS-717.AWSDNS-25.NET

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Access to Public Interest Registry WHOIS information is provided to assist persons in determining the contents of a domain name registration record in the Public Interest Registry registry database. The data in this record is provided by Public Interest Registry for informational purposes only, and Public Interest Registry does not guarantee its accuracy. This service is intended only for query-based access. You agree that you will use this data only for lawful purposes and that, under no circumstances will you use this data to (a) allow, enable, or otherwise support the transmission by e-mail, telephone, or facsimile of mass unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations to entities other than the data recipient's own existing customers; or (b) enable high volume, automated, electronic processes that send queries or data to the systems of Registry Operator, a Registrar, or Afilias except as reasonably necessary to register domain names or modify existing registrations. All rights reserved. Public Interest Registry reserves the right to modify these terms at any time. By submitting this query, you agree to abide by this policy.

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  • Sep 6, 2019

Y'all saved me!

I sat through the video like everyone else did. I got to the payment screen and my card wasn't accepted. I was going to pay the $47 bucks for the "kit". I tried again from my home computer, first time was on my cell, and still same thing, card was not accepted. Now, I have $$ in my account, so I knew it wasn't because I had no $$. I sent an email to the [email protected] - first off, why do they have a .org website/email! Clue #1 - Clue #2 the email I sent came back 24 hours later as undelivered. That prompted me to start researching this online - and that's where I ran into all of you guys telling your stories.This goes back as far as 2015! To all of you, THANK YOU! I am so sorry that y'all got scammed. I totally believe in karma, so all those people involved with this fraudulent crap will get theirs!

  • Jul 17, 2019

I should have known better. Got carried away listening to a very long motivational video about a single mother who transformed her life from a life a poverty to becoming a millionaire by doing this "easy system".

I actually went through all the steps and created 5 websites and added the eBay plug in (the Amazon plug in doesn't work because you need to make a least 3 sales in order to be considered for the program)

There was no further instructions after setting up the websites and I did not get any clicks or a single penny in revenue.

Please give me back the $47 as you stated that you would in your promotional video.

They don't have any information about their company, no names, are provided. A complete scam and they should be ashamed of themselves.

  • Jun 10, 2018

These scammers promised to help and show how to make money online, after signing up they were asking me how much money I have on my credit card and if I have bad or good credit. Total rip off I told them right away I want my money back and how do I get it back, they told me to figure it out and they hung up the phone.. total scam!!!

  • May 23, 2017

Found this charge on my account, called number associated with it. The receptionist was polite and took information and after several phone calls and emails I received email from a Ms Cherry Singer that she would refund my money and sent a number to check with at bank for refund of course number did not work. Called back and they had wrong number, wrong email, etc.

  • Mar 9, 2017

If I had been more carful and researched before I signed up this report would not have been necessary. However reading the various experiences of fellow victims prompted me to share what I did to curb any fraudulent future charges. I looked at my bank statement which shows a different web address connected to the charge: and a phone #888-732-7517. I called that number and requested immediate cancellation of membership and the assurance that no further funds would be withdrawn. I will cancel my card anyway just to be safe. I hope this will help someone else to get satisfaction. Do not try it through their website it will get you nowhere. Good luck

  • Feb 23, 2017

I had been looking for a legitimate way to make some extra money from home that didn't cost anything. I saw the link and it said "no fees", "100% free" .....perfect! This was part of Facebook Bonanza so I figured that

was a good thing! I was sent to another link to set up a user name and password ( and was given yet another link for support ( that was to be available 365/24/7.

One day I was checking my bank account and noticed some unauthorized charges ...$4.97 plus a $2.99 International transfer fee?? this was done 3 times. Then another charge for $99.98. I called the bank and told her they were unauthorized charges she gave me the info. and the phone# 1-888-793-3429. When I called this # , I was told they could only refund 1/2 (half) of the 99.98. I didn't write down a name and i ALWAYS write down who I talked to, the date and the time!!

I was unemployed during this time so this was an extremely bad hit to my bank account, not that it would have been a good hit if I had been working either! I went to their website before starting this report and obviously it no longer exists or they changed the name. I hope something can be done to put a stop to this !

  • Jul 25, 2016

I orderd this service initially with the impression that I would somehow learn to market my business on social media. After receiving my screen name and password something weird happpend, I somehow got looped arround to a page that asked for more money. Me, being a person who is skeptical about any funny buisiness, went searching for a means of contacting an associate. Needless to say I could not find an active number where I could speak with someone. I immediately knew I was scammed out of over one hundred dollars. STAY AWAY FROM EMAIL MARKETING PREDATORS they will ROB YOU BLIND!!!!

  • Apr 18, 2016

I paid $4.95 for information on away to make money onlinefriday. On monday i am charged another $77.00 witch i did NOT give them permission, I call cust. service an they say its in the terms an conditions, Way don,t they say they charge right up front, make it known like 99% of other on line businesses. It,s a ripoff they say they will refund $38.00, Last i knew half of $77 is $38.50 (witch i made them pay) but how many $.50 did they steal from every body else???

  • Feb 2, 2016

I agreed to a fee of $4.97 and was supposed to get information to help with online sales.

I never received ANY information from them and suddenly there were more charges on my bank account. $77.00, $2.31, $1.00, $.15......These charges were all UNAUTHORIZED.........

I called them and got the run around, supervisor or manager was on another call and not available......Right

I was told that I had a 3 day window after my initial sign up and then they were to start charging me the full cost of membership........BUT, I never got any material, or information sent to me, so I did not know about the 3 days. They claim they sent e-mail.....I never saw one

I am a disabled, elderly woman.....they have stolen money from me that I do not have. How can we stop this from happening to more innocent people??


  • Jan 15, 2016

I was checking out online work and checked out Earn at Home Club. They wanted $4.95 to check them out. So, I bit. I waited 6 days and heard noithing, no phone call, no email, no mail.I checked my credit card an the money had been taken off my card, but also another$ 77.95 had been taken off a couple of days later. I still have heard nothing from them.

I did look up reports on them and found nothing favorable about them. I was on a site that said they had reputable companies, so I fell for the scam. These kind of people should be taken off the internet and jailed for a long time for ripping everyone off this way.

  • Dec 25, 2015

When I first came across the email I thought I would look into it. It look like a decent opportunity so I went and paid for it. At first my credit card was rejected declined by my bank. I should have read some of the reports before I went into it. I haven't even logged into my account and they are more less telling me I can only get half of my payment back. At this point I will contact my credit card company and have them fight this. This is unethical and unacceptable because I have read so many complaints about this scam website. I hope everybody does a little more research for online opportunities to make sure they're not scams like this company

  • Nov 27, 2015

I was offer tool kit for 4.95. Nothing was said about it being a trail. The amount of 77.77 was taken out of my bank account without my permission. When I called a women name Shelia from customer support said because the account was still active I was charge. She said the account wasfor a total of 4000 dollars when I said I wanted it canceleed she said they could only offer half of the payment. I have an email saying I would recive itwith 7-10 days. This is a company that needs to be stopped and legel actions taken.

  • Oct 16, 2015

These people are liars. They offered a "learn how to use the web program" to make money for only $4.95. They did not say anything about it being just a trial offer or me having to cancel within a certain time or I would be charged again. This is false advertising and I could only imagine how many innocent people they have ripped off. They charged my account $77.00 on 10/15/15 without any permission. I have bills to pay and am not working full time at the moment and have other more important bills to pay with those $77.00. I want my money back!

  • Aug 28, 2015

I signed up for a charge of $4.97 on my credit card. After reading the info that I printed from the site on the internet I contacted the Webcontent site and cancelled my membership immediately. I was charged 8 or 9 days later an additional $77.00 on my credit card. I was notified of the charge by my card company Barclay's and I advised them not to accept

the 77.00 charge or any other charges from them. My card company still has the charge on my account. I am still trying to get my mony back.

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