Tuesday, September 26, 2006

BBB warns consumers about seminars

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado is warning consumers who attend a series of "free" Internet seminars in Colorado Springs hotels Oct. 5-7 that the presenters will promote products and services that are for sale. Internet Marketing Conference mass mailed invitations to Colorado Springs residents offering a free 90-minute conference on how to make money on the Internet. Attendees at these conferences are then urged to sign up for a one-day workshop, which requires a fee. The company has a history of complaints with the Better Business Bureau serving Utah – 329 complaints in the last three years – and has an unsatisfactory record with the bureau. Based in Orem, Utah, Internet Marketing Conference also does business as Galaxy Mall Inc., Storesonline Inc. and Imergent Inc.

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