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annalaura brown

I bought 100 leads from them too and I did get my leads however.

1. a large portion of them were delivered during the middle of the night. Are that many people really requesting information then?
2. A large portion of the information was incorrect. bad phone numebrs etc.
3. I called about 30 of the phone numbers and all of the people claimed they didn't request information.
4. I had one of my leads threaten to turn me in as spam if I didn't remove her from my autoresponder.

Put it this way, I do not recommend buying leads from them at all.

Kevin Mallory

Here is what I just posted at RipOffReport.com In other words...I think these folks are already running for the hills. Another person has posted a ripoff report and reported them to the TX authorities. They run another site "www.mlmleadreviews.net" and here is the whois information (note the telephone number):

It has the same physical mailing address I got in one email from signupfuel.com and they were promoting signupfuel.com on the review site. Until I posted my story and mysteriously...they disappeared from the review site as did my review. Total shysters!

Domain name: mlmleadreviews.net

Registrant Contact:
eGREAT, Inc.
eGreat, Inc. ()

Fax:
4224 I35
Denton, tx 76207
US

Administrative Contact:
eGREAT, Inc.
eGreat, Inc. (service@correctad.com)
+1.2142553829
Fax: +1.5555555555
4224 I35
Denton, tx 76207
US

Technical Contact:
eGREAT, Inc.
eGreat, Inc. (service@correctad.com)
+1.2142553829
Fax: +1.5555555555
4224 I35
Denton, tx 76207
US


=== My Ripoff Report ===

Ordered 100 leads on 5/18 and the campaign started flawlessly on 5/19. So far so good.

Started receiving leads almost immediately. First sign of a problem notice is that all these leads were filling in the phone number the same way aka 1112223333 (no dashes, no brackets, no seperators such as (111) 222-3333 or 111-222-3333 or 111.222.3333. Voluntary opt-ins never universally fill the phone number the same way and if you opt-in form does not require a single format you will get all sorts or formats. This was the first sign that these were not true voluntary opt-ins.

Second flag was that all opt-ins were from the same IP address. Not good. So it immediately became clear that they were either filling in the forms on the behalf of the prospect or having software do it.

Third was that while my site tracks visits to all the introduction pages, not one of these prospects went beyond the first "opportunity page". Very rare...so the bottom line is that these people did not fill my form out but they were simply entered into my form by someone else.

Next, not one prospect responded to my autoresponder series which is excellent. So these leads must be worn out, dead, or so oversold that emails going to the prospects are not being read at all.

Furthermore, signupfuel.com offers a guarantee on their site to double the leads if they are not fulfilled within 5 days. I got 82 of my 100 order and contacted them on day 7 or 8 asking where the other 18 were. No response...just crickets.

1/2 month went by (not the 5 days as they said they would deliver) and I contacted them again. No response.

No customer service, they do not honor their guarantee, and they do not deliver what they advertise.

It would appear that they are purchasing leads for $.05 cents each or less and just simply entering those leads into the form for the customers. Then, they charge $.49 or $.39 depending upon the size of you order. An 8x or so markup is very profitable no doubt.

Bottom line, this company is a complete hoax/scam.

The person who posted the other report on signupfuel.com has done the right thing in filing their own ripoff report and notifying the proper authorities.

If you want more details, contact me via www.kevinmallory.com

Jonathan

I see everyone complaining about the leads generated from a MLM company, and I've been building landing pages for over two years now, only to realize that most of these people have the worst advertising on thier sites. Like ridiculous pictures and even more ridiculous promises. You but leads for a site that can't convert. Now I ask you, Is it the MLM companies fault when you do this, you get your leads, and then they don't convert? Then you ask for your money back, or more leads, or whatever. Get a good designer and stop using web templates and outsourcing to crappy web producers. Thanks for your time.

Chap

No one is complaining, I believe we all are stating facts! Just because we decided to share are awful experience, you don't have the right to call it complaining. Let me guess you sell “LEADS” and when there is money involve, that does not give SignupFuel to do what they have done to anyone. I didn't buy leads, I brought signups, and after they told me they could not provide signups for my site, well I'm still waiting on my money.

Everyone is not computer savvy, and everyone have not been building "landing pages" for over 2 years. A pretty web page does not guarantee anything, maybe web page awards. My point is, SignUpFuel claims to do something with a 100% money back guarantee, and didn't. What is the 100% guarantee for, 100% to be scammed!!

Carlos Scarpero

This scam gets crazier and crazier. MLMleadReviews.com (which supposedly has unbiased reviews of lead providers), USAmlmLeads.com and PowerSignups.com are all owned by Egreat.

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