This business is not BBB accredited.
Phone: (800) 825-3907 3845 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM 87107 View Additional Web Addresses
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Profit Sharing Service Monthly. We do not invest in any form of securities, We put money into our own series and systems of profit making programs, IE our own websites owned and hosted by the company.
This business is not BBB accredited.
Reason for Rating
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Factors that affect the rating for The Chaotic Company include:
- Length of time business has been operating
- Failure to respond to 2 complaint(s) filed against business
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size
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Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMr. Anthony Samuel, CEO
Ponzi Schemes Pension & Profit Sharing Plans
Method(s) of PaymentCheck, Wire Transfer, Credit/Debit Cards via Authorize.net, Money Order, Cash(if face to face)
Refund and Exchange Policy60-Day Money Back Guarantee as shown on TheChaoticCompany.com/Terms
Alternate Business NamesThe Chaotic Company LLC
In September 2015, BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado contacted the business to request additional information on their offer and how it works. In October 2015, the business called to state they did receive our letter, apologized for not replying sooner, and provided a verbal response stating they are not a Ponzi Scheme but a profit sharing company. When questioned about what type of profit sharing, the business simply stated they offer affiliate marketing services through hundreds of different websites. BBB asked the business to provide additional information and asked how they can guarantee a specific rate of return on a consumer's investment. The business did not provide any additional information or further response to our request.
The Ponzi scheme is a house of cards swindle in which tremendous rates of interest are paid to initial investors out of the funds of later investors, who end up losing all or most of their money to the promoter. The Ponzi scam amounts to little more than robbing an army of Peters to pay a handful of Pauls. As the numbers of investors, the Pauls, grow and the supply of potential new investors, the Peters, dwindle, the Ponzi bubble bursts under the pressure of meeting the promised interest payments. While some initial payments are made to drum up new recruits, the vast majority of investors in a Ponzi scheme end up losing all or most of their money.
As in the case of simple pyramid recruitment frauds, a point is inevitably reached where the con man simply cannot keep up with the required interest payments. The following are basic rules to follow in staying clear of Ponzi schemes:
1. Beware promises of high, guaranteed profits.
2. Avoid promoters who fail to provide clear and detailed explanation of their investments vehicle.
3. Check out the promoter's background.
4. Get information on the offering form your state securities division.
5. Ask for detailed information in writing.
6. Verify the promoter's claims.
7. Remember that seeing is believing.
8. Resist pressure to reinvest without seeing your profits.
9. Look for unbusiness-like conduct or disruption of services.