Group Paypal Dispute for make money coaching program purchase
This petition is created with the goal of informing Paypal about our desire to have our money returned for the purchase of a business opportunity coaching program called "The Craigslist Cash Machine", in the amount of $297. "The Craigslist Cash Machine" was marketed on the Warrior Forum and can be seen at the following link: http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-special-offers-forum/604830-closed-sold-out-craigslist-cash-system-1-1-coaching-800-1100-per-week-awesome-reviews.html The signers of this petition have not had any "success" with this program nor have we made the $300 in our first week (as promised in the sales letter.) We are upset with the content provided by the seller A.K.A Daniel Farady. Many of us have already requested our money back from the seller or have opened a dispute with Paypal, yet we have not gotten our money back. The instructions (given by the seller to us) was for each of us to post an ad in the jobs section of Craigslist, with the goal of aquiring employees who will then post multiple ads for us, selling a digital product related to cell phones, across multiple geographic areas in Craigslist. This "strategy" of paying someone to post ads on Craigslist is in direct violation of Craigslist's Terms of Service. It is also against Craigslist's TOS to place ads across multiple geographic locations. The product that we were instructed to pay others to promote on Craigslist is a .zip file which contains information on how to "Flash" cell phone (switch a cell phone's service provider). We feel that the information contained within this "product package" is bogus and does not provide value to the potential customer who would be purchasing the product. The software and content (within the package) can be found for free on the Internet and the instructional video (contained within the product package) does not align with the customer's purchasing experience (it doesn't makes sense.) As a group, we are seriously concerned with the purchase of this "coaching program" and we do not think that we have received from "Daniel Faraday" what we were told we would. We believe that we have been mislead and potentially scammed. Each person who has signed this petition is willing to make further statements to Paypal regarding this matter.