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Old 09-02-2006, 06:17 PM
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Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

Is this BS or real thanks for your thinking about buying in Big time poppo

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In just a few days, from the comfort of your home, you can quickly & easily become a top CMPs (“Certified Media Placement Specialist”)
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(You’ll save 25% over what everyone
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Submit tuition deposit and schedule final approval interview

And, BINGO, you can get certified AND get your first CMPs Royalty check in as few as 21 days from today – Get your application Pre-Approved by clicking the button below:


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Old 09-09-2006, 06:22 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

Have you ever heard of a CMPS? Has Google? Has any search engine? If this is so much in demand, why hasn't anyone anywhere mentioned it? The smells of scam, let me quote one paragraph:

> In fact, let’s get that out of the way right now. My name is Mary Gersten and >I’m Vice President of Operations for Global CFN, Inc. and our street address >(not some phony baloney P.O. Box) is 1739 E Broadway, Suite #287, Tempe, AZ. >85282. You can reach us directly during normal business hours at: 480-355-5599 >(heck, I’ll even give you my toll free number to check us out... it’s >800-719-8270).

Strong words considering the "physical address" is a UPS Store!

Another paragraph:

“Will xxx Be the Next 'Certified Media Placement Specialist’ that eBay, Google, and Amazon FIGHT (Even BEG) to Pay $300.00 PER DAY Royalties to?...

If Google is looking so hard to find one why is there no mention of CMPS in their search engine?

This is what they are selling:

>When your certification application is approved, your materials will be >rushed to your door immediately. All you have to do is pull them out of the >box, fill out 1 sheet of paper, fax it back to us and our webteam will go to >work to set up your custom business systems and build you 3 different CMP >websites geared to do 1 thing - help you master the media placement game >and in the process generate bonuses, checks and an amazing lifestyle.

3 cookie cutter websites at $100 a piece. Not bad work if you can ge it ;)


:) :D



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Old 09-10-2006, 07:20 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

Mark Hodges (probably a fake name) of dont-get-scammed-again.com says in a voice recording that he paid a surprise visit to the UPS Store that this scam orignates from. He found 56, yes 56 an interesting number, in the office. Obviously a busy day for the UPS folks. I had hoped for a surprised comment on the location, I wanted to believe him, but he's now shown himself to be part and parcel of the scam.

He also gets a bit condicending in the voice message, saying "I want to find a business that not only an experienced business man like me could run, but one that you could run." Pullleeeezzz. Whoever this guy really is he's obviously a good friend of the woman who calls herself "Mary Gersten."

Run, don't walk, away from this scam.

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Old 09-17-2006, 06:24 PM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

I would very interested to know what you get for your 299$. if anyone can let me have some examples, or maybe a name of some of the websites that are up and running, I would be very interested......

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Old 09-18-2006, 04:52 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

I found this certified media placement specialist through dont-get-scamed-again.com and after doing a little research found another site called scamwacher.org. Both sites say that they have been through all of the internet scams and through their years of failing they have only found 3 get rich programs that work. Their sites look almost identical same fonts colors and verbage and both have an ebay video link they list as their number three pick for a legit internet business. Looks fishy. :confused:

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Old 09-18-2006, 05:20 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

I did a google search on the phrase "I've Spent Years 'Digging Deep' Into Most Every Program Out There and Here are My Findings..." which is common to scamwachers.org and dont-get-scamed-again.com and I was able to find 2 more sites that again claim to have done years of research and narrowed the feild to a couple of sure fire methods. dont-get-coned.com and getrichjunkie.com it looks like a cut and paste job.

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Old 10-02-2006, 08:06 PM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

i called GOOGLE directly, and no knew anything about a certified media placement specialists. safe to say, total scam. steer clear. :confused:

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Old 10-05-2006, 12:48 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

Has anyone ever stopped to think that maybe its the fault of a computer illiterate old bat, that doesn't understand how to look up a website at all. Or maybe the fact that no one takes the time to call them. It seems that its way to easy for all of you to blame the system rather than being smart enough to understand it. Frankly, I've tried this system and made money. So maybe some old lady in texas doesn't have her reading glasses on, or maybe she cant read at all. That doesn't mean its the fault of the company....sukkas

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Old 10-05-2006, 12:53 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

KamiliBH

Yes you...wait one second. Yeah lets call a google receptionist and ask them about affiliate advertising....you must have ridden the short bus.

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Old 10-06-2006, 05:11 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

Monda,

The fact that you made money at it doesn't necessarily mean that it isn't a scam. If the business is deceptive in their business practices (which I'm not saying that the company is question is -- I don't really know), then the fact that you made money doesn't somehow legitimize the business.

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Old 10-06-2006, 09:30 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

More info in this thread: http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=17240

Blanche

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Old 10-14-2006, 06:33 PM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

Does the CMPS have a money-back guarantee and for how long??

I purchased it about 9 mths ago, got a manual in the mail followed by a cheesy high pressure sales guy who I instantly disliked,calling me who wanted to sell me $1000 worth of "collective advertising" for my ads. I said "fine, provide me with some documentation as to where the money goes, where my ads will be placed, etc". He said he had nothing but tried to hard close me on my credit card.

Now I am getting my credit card charged for some $47 fee per month for what I don't even know!!!

I was referred to you by dontgetscammed.com (a little ironic)

Please rectify this situation as I am willing to give your firm the benefit of the doubt and at least explain to me where the money is going.. Please don't have your "media coach" call me, I would rather not talk to him.Og we can't I would like my money back please....

my email is tradecan@telus.net We can take it from there...


Thank you

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Old 10-16-2006, 06:44 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

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Originally Posted by persiacom
Have you ever heard of a CMPS? Has Google? Has any search engine? If this is so much in demand, why hasn't anyone anywhere mentioned it? The smells of scam, let me quote one paragraph:

> In fact, let’s get that out of the way right now. My name is Mary Gersten and >I’m Vice President of Operations for Global CFN, Inc. and our street address >(not some phony baloney P.O. Box) is 1739 E Broadway, Suite #287, Tempe, AZ. >85282. You can reach us directly during normal business hours at: 480-355-5599 >(heck, I’ll even give you my toll free number to check us out... it’s >800-719-8270).

Strong words considering the "physical address" is a UPS Store!
:) :D
That is interesting! I recently decided to look into this amazing offer and received a similar reply:

"In fact, let’s get that out of the way right now. My name is Mary Gersten and I’m Vice President of Operations for Global CFN, Inc. and our street address (not some phony baloney P.O. Box) is 2020 South Mill, Tempe, AZ. 85282. You can reach us directly during normal business hours at: 480-355-5599 (heck, I’ll even give you my toll free number to check us out... it’s 800-719-8270)."

She must have moved in the last month or so to the new location which is a gas station! I should know since I live here. Looks like another scam to me. Perhaps I should direct a couple of our local news stations to this since they seem to like dirty laundry. ;)

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Old 10-17-2006, 02:32 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

Dont-get-scammed.com and scamwatcher.com are by the same man.....Mark Hodges (if that is his name!!). Christian Roberts seems to be a made up name! He seems to be friends with this CPM firm.

Nobody has come up to say what product will their future so-called CPM sell??? WHAT IS/ ARE THE PRODUCTs ????


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Old 10-21-2006, 04:05 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

Hi there, I just wanted to put my two cents in on this one because I bought into this system. After not receiving a phone call back twice I decided to google Mary Gerstenès name. It seems I am not the only one taken in and otherès for a lot more than I was. She then comes back with an answer to every question that is raised but there are too many concerns. Also, just to let you know, I was referred by Mark Hodges and Billy Briggs. Thanks for listening, hope this helps someone and Donèt Get Scammed!!

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Old 10-25-2006, 02:01 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

I did not bite at this one but this is what i got for $,ooo.oo but it sounds like the same thing if you want to look it, it has ben up for 3+ mouth the problem is trafic if cmp has a way to move trafic to the sight they may be worth it. but if no one see it, you can have a whale come by with no bite. each of thes have there oun pay outs the onley one that I am truly working is Automaticbuilder witch is a banner AD that i inported to the sight. the mousewalker sight has not brought is in a cent. but automaticbuilder this week has brought in $30 not near what has gon in to it yet, but the pontenchel is visable, sow get your fine touth comb out and look at my sight and tele me did i get scamed :confused: frankc

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Old 12-17-2006, 01:42 AM
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WHAT DOES A CMPs DO ANYWAY? I'VE BEEN HAD!

I just paid $350 to Mary Gersten to become a CMPs... ($199 because I was referred by Mark Hodges and $150 for the Executive Package). And, eventhough I read her 25-page website very carefully, I still have NO IDEA what is expected of me (as a CMPs).

I read all your complaints about this company and I'm really scared. I paid two days ago and I'm afraid I won't be able to get my money back... I should have done some research before getting into this.

Mark Hodges is really good! I trusted him so much that I figured that if he recommended this program, it had to be good!!! what an idiot! :cool:

1. Can anyone tell me what happens once I receive the "package"?
2. Also, what do I have to do exactly?
3. Do I have to dish out any more money?

Please answer these questions anyone who's been involved in this. I really thought I had found THE solution to my fnancial problems.

If I try to get my money back before I start the program, maybe I'll get more collaboration...

Thanks all :D

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Old 12-30-2006, 02:39 AM
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Re: Certified Media Placement Specialist BS or NOT

WHAT A SCAM, I SPOKE TO THE OWNER OF UPS STORE WHERE THIS SCAMMER SAYS SHE HAS 56 EMPLOYEES AND SURE ENOUGH THE SUITE # IS A MAIL BOX !!!! THERE IS NO SUCH PERSON AT THIS ADDRESS, THIS IS WHERE YOU SEND YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY TO, STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCAM, I E-MAILED THEM YESTERDAY, AND TOLD THEM IN NO UNCERTAIN FASHION WHAT I THOUGHT OF THEM, AND SHE HAD THE CHEEK TO E-MAIL ME BACK AND SAID I WAS VULGER AND THAT THEY WERE LEGITIMATE! WHAT A LOAD OF CRAP! THIS A-HOLE MARK HODGES FROM OREGON IS HER PARTNER, STAY AWAY FROM DONT-GET-SCAMMED-AGAIN.COM IT IS A SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM..................
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Mark Hodges (probably a fake name) of dont-get-scammed-again.com says in a voice recording that he paid a surprise visit to the UPS Store that this scam orignates from. He found 56, yes 56 an interesting number, in the office. Obviously a busy day for the UPS folks. I had hoped for a surprised comment on the location, I wanted to believe him, but he's now shown himself to be part and parcel of the scam.

He also gets a bit condicending in the voice message, saying "I want to find a business that not only an experienced business man like me could run, but one that you could run." Pullleeeezzz. Whoever this guy really is he's obviously a good friend of the woman who calls herself "Mary Gersten."

Run, don't walk, away from this scam.


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