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Factors that lowered FJ Data Tech's rating include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates.
The Better Business Bureau of Chicago has obtained information of consumers applying for this work-at-home position, sending in the $5.00 fee, and not receiving any of the alleged training materials from the company.
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Contact InformationPrincipal: Mr. Fatime Jashari (Owner)
Products & Services
FJ Data Tech advertises a work-at-home opportunity through online classified sections and pages such as Craig's List. The offer alleges that a prospective candidate can work full-time or part-time and will be "processing responses from the ads", which are allegedly to be provided via training materials. In order to receive the training materials the consumer must send an advance, non-refundable fee of $5.00 to an address which is a PO Box in Elgin, IL. The ad for this offer further states that no experience is necessary for this position, no special software is required, and it is "100% Guaranteed". The position allegedly deals with posting ads online and responding to potential clients about FJ Data Tech's services.
It should be noted that the FJ Data Tech work-at-home solicitation is full of grammatical errors and emphasizes that all the consumer needs to do is for the owner is "prove" that he or she is "serious to work from home", and mail a "donation of $5".
The Better Business Bureau warns internet users to be careful when responding to unsolicited offers. If an ad seems too good to be true, it probably is. The following are some warning signs to questionable online advertising:
- Overstated claims of product effectiveness. Use of hype titles and frequent use of the word "hot" to describe an investment opportunity can indicate a scam.
- Exaggerated claims of potential earnings, profits, or part-time earnings.
- Claims of "inside" information.
- Require money for instructions or merchandise before telling you how the plan operates.
- Tell you that no experience is necessary.
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