5 months ago I was sold several zip codes that supposedly generate an average of 109 hits a month. Well its been 5 months and the zips have yet to recieve any hits. After 2 months I was furious and wanted a refund, they of course refused. The office manager said he would personally fix the situation and have business coming in by the following Monday. Never happended. Now none of the company phone, fax, or e-mail numbers work. Next Level Marketing basically stole $3800.00 from me.
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