Empire Associates

It has been a while but I think it started off as advertisements. Then one day I received a call from a lady who was very sweet and noticed that I inquired about working at home business. I wasn’t sure what she meant. She was telling me what she was doing which was fun and easy for her. I told her I could not talk. A couple of days later, she called again. She made it look so good and talk it up. Next thing you know she introduced a gentlemen by the name of Jeff Olsen. We talked and he got a vibe from me how I can about people and things. He used my kindness by using God in his speech. He was here for me. This was a worthwhile company but we were not allowed to use their name just to advertise their products on the site that they would create especially for me. All just like the best piece of cake you ever wanted served on a silver platter right? It has been hell from day one and I have been trying to get out of it since and they will not return my 15K plus because it was claimed back in three days. Who can know and learn anything in three days to know to ask any questions or what to ask? never mind, can I just have my money back? They were all ‘very good’ as being very sweet devils. It was all fake. We were supposed to be affiliates for Amazon. The website was theirs, the website name they pick, the hosting site was their, my money was theirs, and I did not see a penny.That’s it.

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