Wholesale Match

wholesale match I requested a refund within 30 day guarantee and to date have not received one. Internet, Utah – I wanted to do work from home and signed up with Internet job Locator for their “Karen Miller” Auction Listing Agent certification program. WholesaleMatch.com was a “tool” for this program to find the best products to list for auction. After I completed the two weeks training and discovered I had to sell items on E-Bay, I decided this was not the type of at home work I was interested in. I called Internet Job Locator and received a refund less approx. $10.00 and then called and emailed to end that service and requested a refund. As it was within the 30 day guarantee, I did not think there would be a problem. Since my original phone request on 2/14/11, I followed up with an email request on 3/5/11, phone & email request on 3/16/11 and now their site and phone number is not longer valid. Since I am unemployed and still looking for work, the $65.00 refund would come in handy. I guess ripping off people who are trying to make ends meet is what this company is best at.

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