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Published: 19 December 2017

Posted by: Anonymously

On October 18, 2014, I contracted with this company to provide 25,000 hits of premium targeted traffic to my website for 30 days and they also advertised providing 100% tracking ability. On October 19, 2014, I checked the company internal tracking stats against my google stats and they did not match. When I questioned the stats not matching the company response was ” Hi Tony, I don’t have an answer. I can only say to give it some time to finish and if the hits don’t add up then I will gladly refund your money” On October 30, 2014, I received an email from my hosting provider stating the traffic I was getting to my website was fake, here is their message to me: ” Tony, Wherever you got your traffic from that’s sending 1000’s of hits to your TGI page, you need to disable it immediately. It’s fake bot traffic. Not real people. And it’s bogging the whole server down. I need you to take care of this immediately. If you don’t then I will be forced to delete your TGI account.” “Please tell me ASAP where you got that traffic from because they are falsifying the source of the hits. It looks like it’s coming from, and but it’s actually a script running on an amazon server.” I was forced to stop the advertising campaign to avoid having my account shut down by my hosting provider. I filed a claim with PayPal after the company said they provided the service I paid for and would not refund me. This company did not provide the sevice I paid for and did not provide any evidence to support the quality or source of traffic they provided. I would warn anyone using this service to be cautious. .

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