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What The Global Online Franchise Scam Is Hiding From You

by Tasos

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Sep 23, 2015


 

I came across another promising online opportunity and I was excited to find out all the details.Global Online Franchise (GOF) is a small group of entrepreneurs that managed to make millions of sales online during the last years.They are members of a strong team and they worked together in a very unique making money niche of the market and they finally created a system that you can duplicate in order to achieve your financial goals.

 

 

Let’s Find Out If The Global Online Franchise Is A Scam Or A Legit Opportunity

 

 

According to the voice behind the video, named “Alec Herring”, the Franchise model is the most predictable and proven business method in the world.The GOF will provide you all the necessary marketing tools to start your campaigns immediately and get your CPA offers in front of customers. Moreover, they offer support and advice through their online private community.

 

 

Niche Marketing

 

 

Their niche is called “Extra Income Seekers”, people who want to make some extra money online…He then describes that most people are looking for that extra income and less looking for home business opportunities.His team is targeting the first segment, so although they call their company “Franchise” they are looking for people that want some extra bucks online.I thought “Franchise” means a business opportunity. Anyway, let’s move on.

 

 

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Global Online Franchise Products

 

 

Their products meet the following criteria

  • Flexible
  • Simple
  • Free
  • Pays $200 to $600 … definitely not a Franchise model

He is not analyzing how the system works … I am getting a little worried

 

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Revenue & Profits Overview

 

 

You make $35 with each “Extra Income Seeker” that simply creates a FREE account that is validated through your franchise.But he is not giving a guarantee that you will achieve as much money as his “Team”… but his Team is making an average of $5000 per day

…I am getting nervous.

 

 

Marketing Plan & Support Overview

 

 

  • National and regional advertising programs
  • Private franchise online community to exchange thoughts, experience, and get help.
  • Full training and access to the “Corporate” Team.

 

 

The World’s N#1 Internet Franchise – GOF

 

 

  • Local marketing and learning curves and technical stuff – ELIMINATED
  • Confusion, frustration, and struggle – ELIMINATED
  • Chasing people on Facebook –  SAME
  • Selling to friends and family – SAME
  • Mickey mouse home based money games – NEVER AGAIN

…It is a REAL business model that works for everyone…I think he is starting to S W E A T

 

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How Can You Partner With GOF Today?…Only $19,99

 

 

He is taking a “Full” advantage of the term “Franchise” to place his product in the TOP of the industry because we all know how expensive are the “Franchise” opportunities.Some of them cost millions of dollars to get started.

 

What Is Included in the Franchise Package

 

  • Proven and predictable model
  • Realistic $250K first year potential (Part-Time)
  • The advertising programs
  • High converting Gateway site
  • Full ongoing and endless support by the “Team”.

 

 

Surprise – Surprise – Recurring Billing Information

 

 

They redirected me to Akkers Global LLC to complete my purchase.I was pleased to find a PayPal option but I did not proceed because they lied about the price. At first, it was supposed to be a FREE offer, then the price went up to $19,99 but now they want my $19,99 every month in order to continue…HELL NO

 

 

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Final Opinion – Conclusion – Is Global Online Franchise A Scam?

 

 

Disappointment again with another fancy product that fails to deliver on any promise.They do not explain their CPA system and with 2 short videos full of unrealistic claims and blah blah nonsense try to sneak into people’s pockets.

 

The CPA offers (stands for Cost Per Action) is simply a form of affiliate marketing where visitors on a website complete some kind of action.It does not have to be a purchase.They might click on a banner, read about an offer, click on an ad or complete an online form. Yes, you can make money from those CPA offers but in order to do that, you have to learn the basics of affiliate marketing.

That means you should have at least the necessary

 

  • A website
  • Knowledge to drive traffic (SEO, marketing, keyword research, content creation … and more)
  • Products to convert visits into sales

Then you can list CPA offers if you want and proceed.

 

I explain the whole money making process with my Free DBR Training.

 

“But GOF is not explaining any of that, they only thing they do is keep telling you how successful they are..”

 

Obviously, this GOF website uses a deceitful dark marketing technique to hypnotize you and believe them and therefore to buy their unknown content product.They do not explain how the offers are working, how much they cost, nothing at all.

All the video testimonials they use are fake.

 

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Millionaires do not create cheap websites like that, empty of content and information.If they were a legitimate “Franchise” company they would have to build a website to express “Trust” and they would have listed all the appropriate details of their products

Furthermore, they do promise you that you will be making $35 for each member you refer signing up for their FREE account.How can that happen?…Are they sure that this member will buy at least 2 months membership?…

 

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A lot of questions unanswered…Till then I can almost confidently say that this is just another product with No Real Value ….. Run to the hills, but do not pay a single dime to these “Artists”.

 

 

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I hope you enjoyed another review, here on Web Market Support. Feel free to participate in the comments section, till next time, your online partner.

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Victor moore

    I have been scamed by this company this is some bullshit I’m going to the fbi if I dont get my money back from you legit my ass i sent you 40 dollars of my hard earned money. finder fee for unclaimed money by the Canada Banks, you ruin peopls life you need to go to jail for this1

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  2. Olga

    I almost got in there too! Thanks God I did not send my money to them! 🙁
    Here’s his email: trevorharrisonline@gmail.com

    Federal Account Recovery, their email address is support@federalaccountrecovery.com

    Their websites:
    https://www.mycashflowsecret.com/welcome
    https://www.federalaccountrecovery.com/company

    AND NO PHONE NUMBER!

    Here’s message I got from them:

    “Hello,

    Thank you for the email notifying us that you have mailed in worksheets for processing. We appreciate your efforts and if this is your first worksheet submission, welcome to our team!

    It takes approximately 4 to 6 business days for regular mail to get to us from the date you send in the worksheets. We will inform you if we have not received your worksheets in the mail within the normal time frame.

    The processing time for each account is different and there is no average turn-around time. Some accounts take longer than others. We will notify you once the process is completed.

    We encourage you to continue processing and making your submissions on a regular basis. Thanks again for your submission and it’s great to have you as part of our very successful team.

    Best Regards,

    Barbara Hale

    Customer Support Team
    Federal Account Recovery”

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    • Tasos

      Thank you so much Olga for this addition. This can help way more people.

      No phone number, of course, what else? And they encourage you to continue submitting on a regular basis. Soft talking.

      You successfully avoided the “Trap”. Well done!

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    • Randi Williams

      I also encountered this same individual. When I emailed him so tell him I knew he was a scammer, and I was reporting him, this is the response that he sent me from the trevorharrisonline@gmail.com address:

      “There seems to be some confusion or inability to interpret written word going on between my site and these warnings issued by both the Bank of Canada and NAUPA. These warnings have resulted in a flood of emails and were caused by the same inability to read and follow instructions. These warning are a result of many who have come across my marketing and become members of my site, then have proceeded to do things NOT found in my training and then found themselves out money or gathering information that was not relevant to what I am doing or simply adding information to what they think they are doing to confuse everything even further.

      It is simple. Go to my website, watch all the videos, read ALL the written instructions (it involves scrolling down too) BEFORE proceeding. Then don’t do things that you didn’t find in my training!!!! Exploring is what I did! Making mistakes is what I did! The site is designed to help you get through all this without making the mistakes I did.

      Here are a few actual important and critical interpretation notes for the notices found on either site. Followed by an overview of what Federal Account Recovery actually does. Parts of this notice are 100% true and others are statements designed to scare people (the banks do not want this money claimed). And the warnings have been added because some people cannot follow instructions and end up doing things their own way, then blame either me and/or Federal Account Recovery for the problems they face.

      IMPORTANT NOTICE

      The Bank of Canada is aware of organizations, seemingly based in the United States, claiming to offer work opportunities to settle unclaimed balances on behalf of the Bank of Canada.

      Please be advised that the Bank of Canada does not have any connection to these organizations, nor do we encourage or regulate third-party businesses in matters of unclaimed balances.

      You should not send any money to the Bank of Canada or organizations claiming to be affiliated to the Bank of Canada; the unclaimed balances registry is available free of charge on our website.

      Let’s review.

      – Federal Account Recovery is not “seemingly” located in the USA, it is. Home office in Wisconsin. A PO Box is a common way for a business to outsource high volume mail. Not an indication that a business doesn’t exist. That is a conspiracy theory at best.

      – The second highlight states quite clearly to beware of organizations CLAIMING to be doing something ON BEHALF of BofC. Good news that is NOT the case with FAR or me. At no point have either of us claimed we are doing ANYTHING on behalf of the BofC. FAR is doing what they do on behalf of the OWNERS of the unclaimed money.

      – 100% truth, no one should be sending ANY money to BofC ever. And the funny thing about that, nowhere in my training have I EVER said send money to BofC. Step 3 has some very clear instructions.
      – Also 100% true, no one should EVER send money to an organization that claims to be affiliated with BofC in any way, shape or form. Good news again, Federal Account Recovery has NEVER claimed to be affiliated with BofC. Nor have I stated that I am affiliated in my training to process worksheets for FAR (NOT for BofC). The fact that I include the links to both NAUPA and BofC is a convenience for members so they do not have to search for it on Google and does not in any way indicate I am affiliated or claiming to be.

      – 100% true, both the BofC and NAUPA sites are 100% free of charge. Anyone in the World can access them with an Internet connection and look for unclaimed money.

      Below is the process that happens with Federal Account Recovery. They are in the people finding business not claiming money business.

      – You and I as processors, search the free databases and COPY the info onto worksheets that are subsequently mailed to the appropriate locations based on where you live.

      – FAR receives the worksheets, processes them by sorting and cataloging them. Then they begin the search for the owners.

      – Once the owners are located they open negotiations with the owners to have FAR broker on their behalf for a small fee (sometimes it takes extra time for them to believe they actually have money owed to them).

      – A finder’s fee is agreed upon between FAR and the owners of the money.

      – After legal documents are exchanged between the owner and FAR, they contact the Bank of Canada (not an actual bank by the way) or NAUPA to begin the claiming process.

      – Once funds are released to FAR, Federal Account Recovery sends out a check to the owner and the processor.

      If you need further info or if you want to know specific details about your worksheets you need to email FAR directly at their support email support@FederalAccountRecovery.com

      I hope that helps.

      All My Best,

      Trevor”

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      • Tasos

        Thank you so much Randi for this valuable addition. I hope this can help out even more people!

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  3. j. roland

    I too have be scammed by trevor harris and his friends at :federal account recovery, legit jobs online, global online franchise, and probably others all under the umbrella of Akkers global llc with an address of 6666 odana rd, #283 madison, Wisconsin which of course is a mailbocx in a ups store.
    i suggest we all send any info to any legal entity that may have interest, i.e. the I.R.S> ( unclaimed cash flow) mail fraud, scam.

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    • Tasos

      Welcome j.roland

      I hope you’ll get your money back, I responded to your 2nd message as well, giving you 2 FTC links that can help you report the fraud

      Reply
  4. Lisa Turner

    Basically it seems to me like the address given where the money and worksheets go their taking people’s money every 5$-20$-50$ whatever it is is a scam.They email you one time and that’s it!!!!Almost had me but NOOOOO THANKS to the GAMES

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    • Tasos

      Hey Lisa,

      I’m glad you did not fall for this shady offer. It looks like they work exactly as you describe it.

      Thank you so much for discussing it with us!

      Reply
  5. Betty Washburn

    I sent them two packets with 5 worksheets in each and I included the $5 per worksheet for a total of $50. I got an email back say they had received my email notice that I had mailed worksheets, to allow 5-6 days for them to arrive. I then emailed Trevor Harris to ask if they have to recover the funds first before we get paid. He did answer the email and stated that they did have to recover the money first. He said that on average he receives a check in around 15-16 days after he submits the worksheets. He also advised that if I have further questions to email them (Federal Account Recovery) and they would be glad to answer my questions. I sent and email to them asking several questions on 02/08/17 and have yet to receive a reply. I am thinking they just want my $5 per worksheet and they will never reply. If they get a lot of people to fall for this scam, they make a lot of money on us poor saps just trying to supplement our income.

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    • Tasos

      You and so many other people have sent these worksheets and they only got a first email response that the documents received successfully. But it seems that from that point on, the company stays inactive. I wonder if they are going to reply anytime soon, Betty.

      Thank you so much for participating in the conversation. If anything changes please keep us updated!

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      • jerry

        Notice how the check Trevor Harris shows in his video his name and the payer are both whited out.There is no reason to white names out I can see addresses being whited out.But of course anyone can get a check out of there checkbook and type any amount they want on it and white out the names.Beginning to look like a case of mail fraud unless they start paying people.

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        • Tasos

          Totally agree with you, Jerry and it seems that they’ve never paid anyone so far. Let’s see what happens in the near future

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    • Ray

      If you are investigating this opportunity, I am letting you know now this is a scam. I haven’t submitted a single worksheet so you may wonder why I would say such a thing. First of all, The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators and The Bank of Canada are legit. However, the first thing you may notice on their official websites is that there is never a recovery fee to recover lost property. That alone breaks down the pay structure of Mr. Harris’s (Not his real name by the way) scheme. Is it possible that he may pay you? Yes. But why would he? My assumption is not only is he collecting $5 for each lead that you produce for him, but you are also giving him some unfortunate person to swindle who didn’t know the money or property was out there.

      The idea of this company was that you want to work, you don’t mind working hard, and you want to make respectable SUPPLEMENTAL income. Let’s be honest. That’s not going to be $1,700 for a couple hours of work unless you’re a drug dealer.

      I’m putting together an opportunity that will help us all make a little extra income. More in the range of $9 to $10 dollars an hour. Stay posted.

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      • Tasos

        Welcome Ray

        Interesting message. Yes, $1700 won’t be a piece of cake in just a couple of hours. All things point out to a mysterious company, to say the least.

        Thank you for this addition. Waiting to hear more from you in the future!

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  6. Peggy

    I too did worksheets and sent in on 1/18. I have heard nothing but still get emails from Trevor Harris. I really want to work from home and know I can do it but HOW do you find legit ones?
    Peggy Williams

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    • Tasos

      Hi Peggy. Let’s see what happens, are they going to respond during the next days?

      There are legit ways to make money from home but don’t expect to join a site and make money just by that. You have to build a business on your own. I suggest you take my DBR training, it’s free, and it’ll help you get started the right way. Additionally, take a look at the beginner’s guide to making money online.

      If you need anything else, I’d be glad to help you out.

      Reply
      • jerry

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        by Trevor Harris | Posted on December 15, 2017 | Leave a comment
        Full Name: Jakob Dove
        Previous Know Address: 6106 30 Ave, Camrose, Alberta
        If you are (or know) the person listed above, please have them contact our office immediately at the email address below. We have initiated the process required to help them get their unclaimed money and assets back to them.
        Please contact Federal Account Recovery at this email support@federalaccountrecovery.com
        Federal Account Recovery specializes in reuniting YOU (or YOU as an heir) with dormant and unclaimed assets that are being held in public and private accounts, such as banks, insurance companies, and state governments. Our mission is to return the unclaimed assets, property, and cash to its rightful owners.
        We will do the research and prepare all documentation necessary at no cost to you. If we don’t deliver results, you pay absolutely nothing for our services. We assume all of the risks. The experience and professionalism that Federal Account Recovery bring to each and every claim will give you the peace of mind of knowing your claim will be handled correctly the first time.
        We don’t get paid until you get your assets back.
        Did you know? Over 60% of all unclaimed property claims filed without the help of an experienced investigator get REJECTED. That means you have to refile and wait EVEN LONGER for your funds. Ask yourself- do you feel comfortable knowing what is considered acceptable proof, or have a full understanding of unclaimed property policies, procedures, rules, and laws? Federal Account Recovery has the experience, knowledge, and relationships necessary to get your claim paid as fast as possible.

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        • Tasos

          Thanks Jerry, very interesting addition as well.

          I visited this site, and Trevor Harris is the author of every post. So, they claim to return unclaimed assets to their rightful owners. And he’s asking if someone knows these persons to inform them to contact Federal Account Recovery.

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          • jerry

            I think these are the forms supposedly far sends out to people after people submit there worksheets if they do it at all.It is funny a so called legit business doesn’t even have a phone number. I would like to know if anyonr has ever been paid from this.

          • Tasos

            This looks funny, Jerry.

            If these forms are published after the worksheets submissions, it makes no sense. If someone submits personal information, they know how to contact them. And who is going to visit that site, anyway? Crazy stuff.

            I wonder the same thing, has anyone paid from this company? Let’s see!

        • j.roland

          jerry, who were those people you mention. any idea what federal agencies we can alert, such as I.R.S. since they are dealing with so much unreported cash?

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          • Tasos

            Hi there j.roland

            Too bad finding out stories like yours, but you’re doing the right thing reporting it.

            Here are 2 resources that can help you report a financial fraud.

            #1 – FTC (Federal Trade Commission) – consumer protection FAQ

            #2 – FTC – complaint assistant

            If they can’t help I believe they can point you in the right direction. If you have any updates on this process please let us know!

    • jerry

      I did a little digging on far.Zoominfo has trevor harris as an employee of akkers global but he denied that through are email exchange.I asked him if he really made that much he said yes I do but then in another email exchange he says if he sent out 500 dollars worth of packets and he makes 1000usd he doubles his money.He also has forms on the internet far supposedly sends out to people with unclaimed funds and another thing there is NO business or building in Madison or laquinta California by the name federal accounts recovery as far as I can tell the one in laguinta is a home.Beware people might cost them 1usd for envelope form and stamp the rest in their pocket.

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      • Tasos

        Interesting message, Jerry. Thank you for researching this company and for letting us know. So far, all the signs are negative!

        Reply
  7. Sherrie

    I wish I would have done my due diligence and investigated this better. I sent four worksheets off on January 3 2018. I was told it takes anywhere from 10-16 days to get a check. Have not heard from them and have not received a check as of yet. Not holding my breath. I don’t understand why the Feds don’t do anything about these scam artists. Ever since I signed onto Trevor Harris’s website I have been inundated with all these work at home websites. Really wish they would do something about them. After today I am blocking them.

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    • Tasos

      Hi Sherrie

      It’s not your fault! But let’s wait a few more days, maybe they’ll reply. The Feds do their job but only with those that steal a lot.

      If anything changes, please keep us updated

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      • Sherrie

        I thought this company was legitimate and wished I had researched it better. I sent four documents to Federal Account recovery and twenty dollars, I sent it on January 3rd 2018 and have not received a check so fare and I have communicated with their office or the website Trevor Harris gave me ,and they keep telling me that it takes a long time because once they receive your paperwork they have to locate the person with the account & there is a lot of back & forth. So buyers beware.

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        • Tasos

          Thanks so much Sherrie for the update. It seems that they only respond to emails and nothing else. The paperwork takes forever. If they reply eventually please keep us informed

          Have a nice day!

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    • jerry

      trevor harris is an employee of akkers global llc,I found that on zoominfo.

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      • Tasos

        Thanks, Jerry, for the addition.

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  8. Louis Lambros

    Just to keep up with the update on federal recovery. Today is Monday, I mailed out the packet on Friday. I am in Illinois and the company ship to is Wisconsin, so that is a 99.9% they receive it today. I did email them a question and a confirmation on the sent packet. Within 24 hours they responded to both. Not to say that makes it legitimate but it’s a step closer to the truth. They request 3 – 7 business days to process the paperwork. So I should have an answer from them on the February 6th in regards to receipt and processing of packet. I will be back then to confirm for everyone.

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    • Tasos

      Thanks for the heads up, Louis. Let’s see what happens in a few days.

      Reply
    • Joe

      Hi Louis

      Have you yet received a check from Federal Account Recovery? I’m also looking into this opportunity.

      Reply
  9. Alexis

    I need more information. On federal account. Recovery c / o akkers global llc and if they are real or a scam im interested but id like to know more

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    • Tasos

      Only they can answer that question, but if you are not sure 100% for a company, you better avoid their offer.

      I hope that helps, Alexis, thanks for discussing it.

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    • Louis

      Just mailed out my first packet for federal account recovery / global akkers llc. They claim 3 – 7 days to process and an additional 3 – 5 days to send out your check. I will come back with update and hoping for the best.

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      • Tasos

        Thank you, Louis, for letting us know. Please keep us updated on this one.

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  10. Ana Torres

    Question is federal account recovery c/o Akkers Global llc real where you look up names of people who have money they have not claimed and you get a % of it but have to send 5 for shipping and handing. I starting but not yet mail i right to questions it.

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    • Tasos

      Hi Ana

      Thank you for the comment but I can’t fully understand what you mean here.

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    • Richard

      I have sent 2 worksheets to the federal account recovery 4 days ago. They said it takes 4 to 6 days to reach them. It takes anywhere to 10 day to 25 days before you receive a check.

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      • Tasos

        Thank you, Richard, for the addition!

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        • BILL P.

          MY NAME IS BILL,I FOUND TREVOR HARRIS ON THE NET ADVERTISED FOR AKKERS GLOBAL LLC,UNCLAIMED PROPERTY PROCESSOR, WHERE YOU SUBMIT WORK SHEETS, WITH INFO ON PEOPLE THAT HAVE UNCLAIMED MONEY IN STATES IN VARIES ACCTS.YOU FILL OUT WK. SHEETS + $5.00 EACH WHEN THEY COLLECT, YOU GET A COM.A FEE ON %. IS THERE A HONEST COMPANY THAT DOES THIS? OR DO YOU KNOW OF A REAL WK. AT HOME BUS.OPP. B.P.

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          • Tasos

            Hi Bill,

            What exactly you mean by “WK”? You said, a REAL WK.

            If you want to create an online business I suggest you take my Free DBR training.

            Thanks for reading and participating, waiting for your reply

      • Tim

        Really?I want to try this to seems legit I’ma send mind fast delivery.is this what they say to you that it takes that long to receive your check?

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    • Tim

      Ana did you try this yet?did you get your check is it real or fake?

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      • Tasos

        I’m curious Tim too. Let’s see if Ana replies.

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  11. Jason

    The second you said free I stop reading and went directly to their website. After a few minutes I too felt like something was up. Guess I should’ve kept reading.
    If they are asking for credit card info upfront than rest assured it’s not free.
    I want to try it out before I pay for it. I can with anything else. Thanks for doing the leg work.
    Jason

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    • Tasos

      What can we say Jason?…these products give internet marketing a bad name.They say it is a free offer , then they need our credit card details.

      As you said , legitimate companies will give a trial period , even for 10 minutes , something.

      Thank you for discussing the subject with me and for your support.Good luck to whatever you do.!!

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  12. Neil

    The Global Online Franchise definitely sounds like a dodgy program indeed!

    I do hate it when these program owners keep you in the dark by avoiding the subject of how their opportunities actually work to make you money online. This to me is always a sign of a scam!

    $5K per day is mega bucks…. But I do see how this figure could worry anyone because it usually means selling high ticket products.

    GOF is definitely not for me!

    Neil

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    • Tasos

      What can we say about this awful product Neil.I think it is getting ridiculous.All these shady presentations aim at the pockets of the visitors.No education , no nothing.Promises and high ticket items.

      Thank you for adding your 2 cents , always helpful.Keep on blogging.

      Reply
  13. Barry

    Hi,

    I like your style man. This sounds like another bunch of pay us and we will show you all you need to know. Look how good we are doing.

    I’m with you I thought a franchise would definitely cost a bit of money not 19.99 even if it is monthly.

    Obviously these guys know a little bit about online marketing can you please tell me why they don’t do something to make money honestly. I can’t figure it out.

    I guess they found that extra income seeker niche and will milk it dry then move on.

    Capitalism at it’s finest. Thanks for the heads up.

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    • Tasos

      I like your style too , Barry…Capitalism at its finest?…Oh well , a very nice approach.

      There is nothing useful to find on this program , except of empty promises.Milking and drying people’s pockets is a trend in online marketing , unfortunately.

      Thank you for this visit and for taking the time to participate in the comments.Good luck to whatever you do.

      Reply
  14. JP

    Hey, really informative post. So there are so many opportunities like this one, in which maybe they have a certain aspect of internet marketing that they say they are going to grill and make experts out of the courses, but they just don’t hold up because they do not provide the other tools needed to start an online business. Keep up the good work.

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    • Tasos

      No , they do not provide tools , neither plain information that could be useful.They are hiding many elements of their proposals and therefore they act fraudulently.

      Thank you JP , for adding your opinion to my thread…and for your good words….All my best

      Reply
  15. alexey

    Hey there it’s Alexey. I had a good read, I really enjoyed reading your scam review!
    Hah, the way you presented is really funny and nice which explains exactly what and where you will be scammed. The paragraphs are broken down perfectly, I mean, I was 100% in the article. It was straight to the point, I liked your way of writing and delivering the message.
    You need to open your eyes on the things that seems too promising.. the internet is filled with them.

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    • Tasos

      Hey Alexey , you are very kind and supporting.Indeed , this product is just another typical marketing scam.Unfortunately many of them rip off people on a daily basis.

      Thank you for this visit and for your comment.Have a nice day.

      Reply
  16. Robert Basaker

    Tasos, thank you for shedding light and exposing this, yet another scam. I always refer to the Federal Trade Commissions guidelines for identifying scams. As you state in your review, they fail just about every FTC, guideline test.
    I’m amazed how much time and effort they put into creating a scam. On the surface it looks legitimate. You would think they could spend the same time and effort to make an honest buck.
    Great job on shedding light on the darkness.
    Keep up the great service.
    I will stop back to see what’s new
    Bob

    Reply
    • Tasos

      Exactly Bob , they put their efforts in deceiving people instead of creating something valuable.Nothing but fails on this product , unfortunately.It may seem a legitimate offer but if you dive a little deeper then you realise that you wasted your time.

      Thank you for visiting my blog , your support and your kind comments.All my best

      Reply
  17. G.C.Horton

    Thanks for warning us about the Global Online Franchise scam. If there was any value in their product they would not have to lie about it or use tricks to get you locked into a monthly recurring billing. Clearly they aren’t actually producing anything of value. They’re just taking people’s money. Great job exposing the truth.

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    • Tasos

      Exactly Gary , lies and tricks , useless methods that no longer sell.I believe people have started in keeping a distance from these awful products.

      Thank you for the visit and for participating in the comments.

      Reply
    • Rico a

      Hi,rico here,sent off 4 worksheets with $5×4=$20 total on 1/17/2018 with e-mail!they replied with e-mail on 1/18/2018.they said welcome to the team,the work sheets are being processed,& that the check would be on it’s way!today is 2/9/18 and have not received any e-mails or even a check! WOW,what can I say,thanks for reading,rico.

      Reply
      • Tasos

        Hi Rico, it seems it takes too long for them to proceed the paperwork. Let’s see if anything changes in the next days.

        Thanks for letting us know.

        Reply

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