UWCCorp Back To Their Old Tricks

Remember UWC’s “Make Money Posting Links On Google” scam? They have now gone back to advertising bogus jobs at Google. Click on the screen copy below-


What will Google have to say about their name being used in this latest scam?


UWC’s “Money back guarantee” lie

Source- http://www.scamexposure.com/scam-report/universal-web-consulting-universal-web-consulting-c85419.html

On 4/29/11 I took a $1.95 trial period which would turn into a $29.95 per month and a money back guarantee in 30 days. I was not able to do anything at all with this product because of a heavy work schedule. On 5/5/11 they charged me $29.95.
On 5/17/11 I called Terrance and requested a refund. He told me that a supervisor would look into this and call me within 2 days.
On 5/20/11 since no one called me I called them again. I spoke to a clerk, who told me that my claim was investigated and that I would not get a refund. I asked for a supervisor and a Pete came on.
Pete told me that I had ordered a website (total lie) and could not get a refund. I told him that I never ordered any site from them, and again asked for my refund. He then gave me a name of a site ( something that I never heard of or could have dreamed up and said that is the site that I ordered.
These people a scam artists. They give you a super short “trial period”, claim that you ordered a site, bill you and steal from you.
Then when you speak to them they say there is no refund policy. Do Not get stuck in their scam. As you can see from the other reports on them they are TOTALLY Dishonest. Stay away.

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UWC uses fraudulent tactics

Source- http://www.scamexposure.com/scam-report/universal-web-consulting-universal-web-consulting-inc-universal-web-consulting-c48481.html

The company Universal Web Consulting does not deliver what is promised. After paying the $1.95 and then the 89.95 for other “perks” to enhance the services to make money they call and offer you programs ranging from 1700-7000. These programs are for one-on-one assistance and “guarantee” thousands of customers/traffic to increase sales on a retail website they say they will help you set up. They do not unless you buy the programs. Within a week they charged 29.95 for the next month’s web hosting which I was not told I was purchasing. They have widgets for Amazon. However, they are NOT affiliates of Amazon and are only third-party link associated. Also, upon further investigation I found that the link to their site was from a fake news release and fake person claiming to make thousands. Just Google “Kelly Richards home business” and you will see it is a scam. They customize the “news” to be local by capturing your IP address and putting it in the “article.” Then the link to Universal Web Consulting is embedded. Further searching shows multiple reports of fraud by this “Kelly Richards” and her aliases and Universal Web Counsulting out of Phoenix, AZ. Please warn others that this is not to sign up with Universal Web Consulting or else they will be paying for information on how they make money…..not how you, the consumer, can make money. Research on your own and open your own website. It may take more work but it is your money and not theirs!!