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I read your report of June 2012. Obviously this company is

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I read your report of June 2012. Obviously this company is out to defraud people. My question is, is there a way to pursue them and try to get my money back? I have spoken to them by phone and exchanged e-mails, and suggested changing the marketing technic to get ONE sale. My credit card company looked into this in March sometime, and they sent some form I signed that said there was not guarantee of how much money I would make and how long it would take to get it. The first time I disputed this, I had been waiting for my checks for 7 months. I tried again in May, got phone person that said I had to make an appt. to speak with a representative about it, only by e-mail. We eventually spoke, she was sickeningly sweet. She said she would look into it. I called and e-mailed many times since, and they won't take my calls or e-mails at all anymore. Many other people have complained about them. Is there a way, the Attorney General, I already placed a report with the FBI online fraud list, which never does anything, a lawyer, lawsuit....Can you suggest anything that might get me some money back and keep them from doing this to other people? My credit card company looked into it after seven months and sided with them. I called them again today and they said it wasn't credit card fraud, it had been too long and they didn't address those kinds of problems. They did 6 months ago. Do I have any other recourse?
Thank you for your question. I look forward to working with you to provide you the information you are seeking for educational purposes only.

Your recourse if they are not responding as they claimed, would be to file a civil suit against them for breach of contract and fraud. You would have to sue them in the place they are located in most cases to get personal jurisdiction over them and your local lawyer would have to review the contract with them as well to see if there is any "choice of law" or "choice of forum" clause or even an "arbitration" clause in the contract with the company to make the proper choice of where to sue them, but you are still entitled to sue them

In addition to a civil suit, you are entitled to file a complaint with the AZ attorney general for unfair and deceptive business practices and have them investigate as well.

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