Blog Tool Kit Informative - Don't Be Scammed, It Will Cost You

Review by shade on 2007-07-14
PHOENIX, ARIZONA -- I too was called about the Blogtoolkit.com website, a person who calls himself Shermen, with the I.D. Number(6035-24) told me all about the amount of money you could make by blogging for people to read your stories of interest. This man gave me a customer service number of 1-866-407-1026 just in case I wanted to cancel my website before the 14 day trial was up, if not then I would be billed each month $39.95. He went on to say you made $2.00 Dollars for 20 paper clicks and I think for 8 impression you made $1.00. Before he hung up he also gave me a password that does not work. I'm trying to get this out to many people who are trying to join someones home business,it just doesn't pay when you end up with people who have the need to rip others off. I am on a disability check that I get once a month and it's not enough to get me through the whole month so I was trying to find something to give me a little extra to not have to struggle so much. Why these people drain the heart out of good folks is beyond me. I was so upset, this same thing happened to me about a year ago,you think I would have learned a lesson,but this man was very convincing. I hope they don't take any more money from me, this is how I live from day to day.

If any of you have a better idea for me on what to do about this or how you find someone who has scammed you???

Thanks for your time
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-07-14
Posted by Starlord on 2007-07-14:
Unfortunately, there are many people out there scamming people who can ill afford to lose the money. Then, when a legitimate opportunity does come along people are afraid to try it because of the slimeballs. In addition, how are we to know if this is legit or just another scammer?
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-07-14:
Tonee, Report this ASAP! What kind of information did you give this creep?

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