Hello again and thank you for the additional information. Actually, this company has an F rating from the Better Business Bureau on a scale of A+ to F, with F being the worst. So, you might want to check out the nature of the complaints that the BBB has received on them. You can find that information at: http://www.bbb.org/us/Find-Business-Reviews/name/E-biz+Services+Llc/
This result really doesn't surprise me since what you described smacks of a work from home scam/scheme that is not what it appears to be. But, to directly answer your question, no, the company doesn't have to provide you with anything that is not in the contract you agreed to with them. That includes references, etc. However, if they are breaching the written agreement, then you would have a breach of contract action you could file suit on.
The bigger issue here is whether or not they are involved in fraud. That appears to be a possibility and therefore I would strongly urge you to file a complaint with your State's AG's Office, since that is where you live and the company is doing this questionable business via the internet. Your state's AG can contact the Arizona AG for assistance if they want. In addition, you can, and probably should, file a complaint with the FTC
. You might review what the FTC says about work from home offers as well, by going to: http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0175-work-home-businesses
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I would be glad to assist you further if I can.