Internet Market Master

Internet Market Master Review

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Published: 19 November 2017

Posted by: Anonymously

Use caution with Internet Market Master, IMM. Website URLs are and The latter is the affiliate site listing commissions. They (IMM) are looking for high dollar investments into their lead procurement setup. I’m told that those leads are purchased from big banks (Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Chase, and HSBC) wherein prospects have applied for business loans and the applicants have been turned down by those banks. According to someone who identifies himself as Dillon Harper, IMM uses investors’ money to buy those names. When those leads are converted there is supposed to be a commission forthcoming. There was plenty of communication with me up front when they wanted me to place the order for leads. After that communication has been very sparse. Some of their phone numbers are no longer functional. For the last three weeks they seem to have just forgotten about me. It seems to be taking a very long time to process applicants for credit card processing or a business loan, whichever they have applied for. Maybe it does take that long. I don’t know. But I do know that communication has become a real problem for me as they are no longer contacting me at all. There will be an update to keep everyone informed of the final outcome. Dennis, Cross City, Florida

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