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.
Posted by Jim Bainbridge at 8:45 AM