Look out for this scam coming to your town soon! Armando Montelongo is ripping people off by using his run on Flip This House, to scam fans out of thousands of dollars selling worthless information about flipping houses, with his bait and switch seminars.
Armando Montelongo runs his infomercial everyday, several times a day until the seminar begins, he talks about how he is the #1 real estate investor in the country and mentions his Flip This House episodes. Armando Montelongo claims that you will learn from HIM how to make money flipping houses, then he continues to mention how the seminar is free to attend, but to hurry and call the number at the bottom of the screen because there is limited seating, he also tries to lure you in with offering a free worthless Armando MontelongoDVD and Mp3 Player, which he claims to be worth over $500 just for attending.
What Armando Montelongo fails to mention is he won’t be there, and that this free event is just a sign up for a three day seminar that costs $1400.00, which in reality is all about getting you to sign up for the worthless $30,000.00 bus tour! So don’t expect to meet Armando Montelongo, he’s at home counting all this money from this Bait and Switch Seminar Scam!
Omega XL drug makes claims of curing and preventing pain, with a money back guarantee. In reality this is just another one of those buy one get one freescams with an auto shipment twist! If this drug did what it claimed doctors everywhere would be prescribing it to their patients and this scam would not be necessary.
Many consumers have complained about not getting refunds on that money back guarantee, and canceling orders but yet still receiving auto shipments and overdrafts on their accounts made by Omega XL.
Your suppose to take two a day to make your pain go away, but what Omega XL really wants is your product to go away so they can auto ship and charge you again for this worthless drug. There are no conclusive studies that prove that Omega XL claims are real. This company preys on the sick and elderly with lies and fake hopes of good health.
Mylife.com makes claims that you can find out who’s searching for you for free, but when you do your free search there is always someone searching for you. This is how they trick you into paying a $7.95 monthly free, and then after you have given them your credit card information, that’s when you find out no one is actually searching for you.
Keranique is a regrow hair product, that actually makes claims of a “Risk Free” free trial with a $7.95 shipping charge, which requires a credit card for payment. What Keranique doesn’t want you to know is that “risk Free” trial comes with a 2 month supply purchase requirement, so once you receive their 60 day supply, after 30 days you are sent the next shipment. When you try to cancel after you notice the $160.00 unauthorized charge from Keranique on your credit card, that’s when you find out another shipment is on it’s way.
There is nothing “Risk Free” about subscription products. Never give these companies your account information even if you think it’s just a small shipping charge it’s “Risky Business“, because they will use that information to bill you again and again as long as they can. It’s hard to even tell if this regrow hair product really works, with all the complaints about fraud, unauthorized charges and the outrageous price, it sounds more like the only thing you will get with this product is scammed.