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Reason for Rating
BBB rating is based on 16 factors. Get the details about the factors considered.
Factors that lowered the rating for Web Media Blogging, LLC include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
- 107 complaints filed against business
- Failure to respond to 75 complaints filed against business
- 16 complaints filed against business that were not resolved
- 11 serious complaints filed against business
- Overall complaint history with BBB
Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details
|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||80|
|Total Closed Complaints||107|
Additional Complaint Information
Information in BBB files indicates that this company continues to receive a high volume of complaints. Many consumers allege they purchased a work at home business from this company for an up front fee that ranges from $199 to $24,000 for a website that could include blogging or other products or services. Complainants allege that although this company offers an unconditional guarantee that they will receive a refund if they are not successful, they experience difficulty obtaining a refund. Complaints also describe that this company makes "traffic" guarantees to the consumer's website that consumers allege the company does not deliver or is difficult to track. For consumers that have complaints, in addition to filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau, they can contact the Arizona Attorney General at 602.542.5763.
Customer Reviews Summary Read customer reviews
|Customer Experience||Total Customer Reviews|
|Total Customer Reviews||5|
Business ManagementMr. Ramiel Davood, Principal
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Work at HomeConsumers seeking work-at-home business opportunities on the internet, in newspapers, through job sites, or unsolicited telemarketing calls should be extremely cautious before responding. Companies often charge upfront fees, promise high income earnings, offer work that requires little or no effort, and use high pressure sales tactics. BBB trends nationwide show that earning claims are often exaggerated and deliver little to no income.Work-at home job opportunities often include mystery shopping, stuffing envelopes, promoting/marketing merchant credit card machines, blogging, training or tutorial services to build a website business, and setting up a website or a web mall to sell products or services. After signing up with these companies, there is a likely chance that you will be contacted by another company with a different name offering to sell you “leads” to assist you in your success. Consumers have complained that they were charged anywhere from $50.00 to $60,000 for leads that did absolutely nothing for them. BBB files show that companies engaging in this type of service are often unwilling to issue a refund. Work-at-Home companies often close down abruptly and may reopen under a different name. For this reason, the number of complaints a Work-at-Home company has should not be an indication that you should do business with them. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.The United States Postal Inspectors regularly investigate fraudulent work-at-home schemes. Consumers should be advised that they could face prosecution by postal or other law enforcement agencies if they become involved in one of these schemes. For consumers who have complaints, in addition to filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau, they can contact their State Attorney General’s office, the United States Postal Inspector at (877) 876-2455 and the FTC (877) 382-4357.