Paid to Place Reviews – Is Kathy Garcia Legit or a Scam?


Paid to PlacePaid to Place by Kathy Garcia is a website that promises to show you how to make money online placing simple ads. Anytime an opportunity like this comes along it’s very important to carefully research it since in most cases it’s too good to be true.

Right off the bat there’s a clear warning sign on the Paid to Place website that should have you worried about this programs legitimacy. The work at home news video they show has nothing to do with the Paid to Place system; this is a common tactic used by scammers to trick you into thinking that their opportunity is backed by real news organizations.

The video is followed by the all too common desperate Mom story, in which Kathy tells you how she miraculously came across an amazing system for making money from home. Again this is another sales tactic used to appeal to your emotions and have you thinking that this is right for you.

After all that hype she finally reveals her “Almost-Perfect Work at Home Job,” which is getting paid to place ads. She tells you that in today’s economy companies are desperate for people to help them advertise products in an effort to save money on traditional advertising.

While that does sound good there’s much more to this concept than meets the eye…

So Can You Really Get Paid to Place Ads?

Amongst the salesy drivel there are a few keywords that reveal what the Paid to Place system is all about. Even though they claim that you won’t have to sell anything they say that you are given a tracking code to place on and offline ads.

No matter how you cut it that’s affiliate marketing, in which you get paid when one of your referrals buys something or submits their personal info. Understand that there’s no such thing as real companies paying you to simply place ads.

This is a completely fabricated concept that scammers use to sell make money courses. While affiliate marketing is legitimate and a real booming industry, it’s far from what the Paid to Place system claims it is.

Real companies use professional networks to recruit affiliates to promote their offers, these are vetted individuals with websites, marketing experience, and email lists not random people of the street. And even then they only get paid when one of their referrals completes an action, not just for placing the advertisement.

So is Get Paid to Place a Scam?

There are enough warning signs on the first page of the website to not recommend it, but when you dig a little deeper you’ll find more reasons to avoid it.

They sell the program for only $18.95 but they’ve managed to sneak in an additional monthly re-bill. In their terms and conditions you’ll see the real hidden costs, something that many people fail to read.

By Clicking Submit, I have ordered Paid to Place™ for $18.95 which includes a 14-Day membership to the Paid to Place Learning Center that is chocked full of ways to make money online. After the initial 14-days I will be charged $39.95 a month thereafter if I do not cancel. I have read and agree to the terms and the privacy policy . For questions or to cancel, call 1-888-656-1601 ext. 101 , customer service hours are M-F, 9am to 5pm, MST

Coincidentally on the sales page Kathy says that when you place your ads you’ll be getting paid per sale and on a second tier residual sale. This might mean that the Paid to Place system will simply teach you how to place ads promoting the Paid to Place system itself. Which would  just be a new twist on a common scheme.

If you’ve purchased Paid to Place use the above number to try and cancel and get your money back. This may be difficult because in their terms and conditions they’ve also buried a statement saying that monthly fees are not refundable so they might only give you back the initial $18.95.

Here’s additional contact info:

Paid to Place™
144 W. Brigham Rd. Suite 8B
St. George, UT 84790
Customer service: 1-888-656-1601 ext. 101

*It seems that the Paid to Place system has been updated.  There is new contact information, a message from Michelle Boudreau, and they’ve removed the monthly re-bill from the cost of their membership.

Here’s the new contact info:

Paid to Place™
1000 N. West Street Ste. 1200
Wilmington, DE 19801
Customer service: 1-866-439-6817
Customer service – 9am-5pm, MST M-F
Michelle Boudreau

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Paid to Place " is 1.68 out of 5 based on 80 reviews.

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    Aubrey says:

    October 16th, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Is there anybody out there that has a different number than the St. George number? I can’t get ahold of anybody and the voicemail is full. I’m not getting any response from the emails. I need my money back. $191 goes a long way when you’re not employed. PLEASE HELP!!!!

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    dlong says:

    September 11th, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    I just got off the phone with someone from paid to place claiming to be a “mentor” to help me get this business off the ground( I made a whole $1) along with the help of $1000 down and $168.00 per month for 18 months. Lets not mention the $77 that I spent to get this bullshit!!. And for the customer service rep that spoke earlier, I do have a job a damn good one but it requires hours away from home that’s why I fell for this crap, I was so desperate to spend more time with my family and still earn $6000+ per month. Your talking about people being lazy why don’t you get a real job and get YOUR ass off the couch that you are scamming people from!!! Life is funny karma is a bitch and when it catches up with you miss thang and this bogus ass company, don’t “ask” why? Say these words, “I deserve it”. Oh and for the record you are not a customer service rep (they are a bit more professional) you are a skank that got tired of making money on her back and decided to make it sitting on your ass ripping people off!!! Yes people it is a scam!!! No doubt about it!!!

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    Paid to Place Customer Service says:

    September 6th, 2013 at 1:55 pm

    Hi, my name is (Bleep), I work customer support for Paid to Place. I have to say that I have no mercy for you idiots trying to get rich quick from at home. I mean, how lazy can you be? I work 40 hours a week in an office, answering phone calls. Originally, the job description was troubleshooting for the Paid to Place program. However, it seems all I do is hear bitching and whining from you people, wanting your money back. Well, first off, nobody forced you to use your credit card. Second, if you have a problem with ANY company, and the customer service rep (me) is telling you there is nothing that can be done, then you, (the idiot), should call your fucking bank and file a dispute. Threatening me with “lawyers” and the “BBB” will NOT get your money back. Calling me every day will NOT get your money back. Calling your bank and filing a dispute WILL get you your money back. Are we learning yet you dumb shits? And btw, Paid to Place is not a scam, its just a poorly run business. Scams do not have customer support, scams do not send out paychecks for the clients who are actually successful at this program. Scams take your money and skip town. Now stop your bitching, if you have money owed to you by Paid to Place, then don’t call me, call your bank, problem solved. Have a nice day Morons.


    Paid to Place Customer Service says:
    September 6th, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    And one more suggestion. If you don’t want to be mislead by Work-From-At-Home companies, then get a real fucking job people. Get off welfare, fill out applications and get to some burger flipping. At least its honest work, you get paid for it and you don’t have to invest any money into a “training” program. As I said, I don’t feel sorry for any of you and nor should anyone else.

    Paid to Place Customer Service says:
    September 6th, 2013 at 6:33 pm

    Oh, and your address information is out of date. Paid to Place is located @
    765 North Bluff St. Suite K2
    St. George, UT 84770

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    April says:

    July 14th, 2013 at 11:49 am

    I too ordered in end of march and cancelled less then 30 days, i got an email for the cancellation but told 30 days for refund, called then was told 30 business days, then called and told it’ll be ther in a week, it is July!!! i would love to get in the class action $97.00! I want it back!


    July 17th, 2013 at 11:06 am

    ME TOO! Just called again and they gave me the run around!

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    Fannie says:

    July 12th, 2013 at 12:48 pm

    I have been calling for weeks now. Every time I called, I kept getting excuses as to why they haven’t done anything. Then, I got a phony email, cursing me out. Then another acting like they were the Federal Trade Commission. I do not understand this mess. My 57.00 is precious to me, this is crazy! When a class action id filed, please let me know, cause I want my money back!!! I will NOT count this as a loss! They are scammers for real!

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    Amy says:

    June 26th, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    I bought into the program on February 14th and requested my refund on March 19th 2013. As of today, I have called several times to get my refund which I still haven’t received. The first time I called I got a woman named Kris that said she replaced the person that used to handle the refunds and thats why mine did not get processed and she would take it personally to the refund department that day. Obviously that did not happen. Each person I talk to looks up my account, sees that it did not get refunded, tells me that they are going to get it taken care of “today” and then nothing happens. “Not taking it” please let us know where your attorney goes with this. I left a message today with management and am waiting for a response.

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    June 24th, 2013 at 5:41 pm

    Similar to what I am reading below, I too was scammed. Out of work and didnt really have the money to spend but thought i would try it…..After a month of no results decided to take advantage of money back gyarantee hhhhhhaaaaaa what a joke!! They first told me 10 days then 30 now it is 30 business days and now they hang up on me everytome i call, it’s ridiculous dont fall for their scam!

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    not taking it says:

    June 10th, 2013 at 10:48 am

    I have spoken with my attorney he is liking what he is seeing and is looking into a class action law suite keep the complaints coming people


    Aubrey says:
    October 16th, 2013 at 10:41 am

    I have been waiting 6 months for a $191 refund. The St. George customer service line is a bunch of junk. I used to call and get the run around. I try calling now and there is no answer and the voicemail is full. I’ve emailed several times and I get no response. Anybody out there have updated info about this “company” so I can continue trying to get my refund?

    Scammed Too says:
    July 23rd, 2013 at 7:28 pm

    I have the same story. 97 dollars out! It really is about the principle of it. There has to be a way to get this site shut down. :(

    July 17th, 2013 at 11:06 am

    I AM IN FOR A LAWSUIT AT THIS POINT IT IS ABOUT THE PRINCIPLE! I have now been waiting 64 days!

    Sabrina M. says:
    July 1st, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    I cancelled mine April 9, 2013 & still getting the run around they told me they are just customer service they only respond to their management through email, have no way of giving me managements contact info & would not cc me on the email so that I can see they are even requesting the refund.

    June 24th, 2013 at 5:57 pm

    Thanks for your update what number did you call and which manager did you speak with that you were able to get your money back from??

    not taking it says:
    June 13th, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    update I have to say after talking with the manager I got my money refunded to me it took a few days to hit the bank but she did what she said she would do and im thankful

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    Scott says:

    June 1st, 2013 at 7:27 pm

    Someone should put paid to place on on torrent sites…

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    Unpaid says:

    May 29th, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    Save yourself a headache and keep your money in your pocket !
    It’s a total scam .
    I guess I’m not the only one that after cancelling , had to call SEVERAL. Times and never got her money back .

    Don’t fall for it !!!!

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    Katherine says:

    May 28th, 2013 at 2:51 pm

    I fell for their scam as well and they SAY they have a 60 day money back guarantee, so I called 3 weeks after I bought it to get my money back, They cancelled it but never refunded my money, I called them several times and they told me that by law they have 30 business days and now it’s way past that time and they keep telling me that it’s getting taken care of….Yeah whatever…If this is what they are doing to you, Contact the Better Business Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission. This scam has got to be stopped! and NOW!!

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    Unhappycustomer says:

    May 19th, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    I fell for it paid 97 and actually true placing ads they lie in their advertisement from the beginning claiming u only make the link and place it to be paid its a LIE!!!!someone must buy something from the link u made so I cancelled right away because that was not what I was interested in and I was told I’d get my money back in 30 days as they advertise its has been 40 days and I keep getting the run around every time I call!!! I hope I get my money back but I fell for the scam, and yes they sell your information !!! I get calls everyday from many places I have nothing to do with!! I’ve filed a complaint with the FTC you should not buy this program!!! It’s a scam !

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    Sao says:

    April 20th, 2013 at 5:23 pm

    Almost got lure into this trap. One red flag i notice was when I try to post a comment and it did not post…so glad I did not purchase.

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    mjr says:

    March 23rd, 2013 at 11:50 am

    there are places for those people that try to become rich from the misery and suffering of others. I guarantee that they will not end out well and this world and the other.


    April 6th, 2013 at 4:51 pm

    SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM. I just wanted to reply to this comment because it was at the top of the reviews. PLEASE don’t fall for this stupid scam. They do ads that scam people for a living so they know what there doing. I bought this two months ago and it is so complicated, I am still trying to get a refund!!! I have made ZERO dollars. AS if it wasnt bad enough to throw away a hundred dollars, i now get hundreds of telemarketers calling my phone everyday. I am very afraid of identity theft i have to check my accounts everyday, and I still havnt recieved my refund. This is pissing me off, people will say anything to get money. DONT FALL FOR IT .

  • Jennifer says:

    March 9th, 2013 at 7:09 pm

    I’m new to this whole work from home thing and JUST withing the last week or so, actually started thinking about it. I received an email form something damn near EXACT to this, but with a different name. It was called “$6000 a month club”. I read everything they offered about it and even talked to my boyfriend about it. After trying to google it and coming up completely empty on my attempts, I decided against doing it…and boy am I glad I did the right thing!! For shits and giggles, I typed into google “work from home jobs” and this Michelle Boudreaus Paid to Place crap was the 1st on the list. I read it and some of the comments, but what really set off a red flag was when I read the SAME EXACT comment, that I had read on the other scam! Both scams were the same thing, except different names. Slowly, I’m learning to do research before diving head first into things. I’ve always been taught that if something seems too good to be true, then it probably is…and it’s so true! I cannot for the life of me understand how these people can sleep at night, KNOWING that all they are doing is screwing people over!! How can we put this crap to an end?? Is there a way of reporting these people to the news papers and possibly shutting this type of thing down, completely??? it’s just so enraging that all we are trying to do is survive in a shitty economy and these people are sitting pretty and all they are doing is screwing people over!!


    Yahu855 says:
    March 27th, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    I just filed a complaint with the FTC today naming Ameritax d/b/a Clicks 2 Offers d/b/a Tiger Paw Media d/b/a Paid to Place (all located at the same address in St. George, UT) as a scam and dealing in fraudulent activity. The fact that they have to hide behind numerous business names is a big clue about their shady practices. I tried their program for a week and was unable to place ads on Craig’s List and other similar sites. Apparently, these websites are onto their scam as well and immediately delete any ads associated with this business. Further, their website says “60 Day Money Back Guarantee.” I cancelled after 8 days and, 30 days later, still no refund. What’s worse is that they sold my cell phone number and email address. Ever since I first signed up with them, I now get no less than 20 – 30 spam emails a day and anywhere from 5 to 10 telemarketing calls per day from all over the country. I’m out $77, but I’m more pissed about the spam and telemarketing calls. I am on the Do Not Call Registry, but that’s no use. There are too many calls from too many numbers to report them all. I’m going to have to change my phone number and open a new email account to prevent this crap from continuing. Why are these scumbags allowed to keep ripping people off?!?!?!

  • CC says:

    March 7th, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    Has anybody been successful at this?
    What is the best way to go about getting my money back.


    kehau brown says:
    April 3rd, 2013 at 4:03 pm

    i feel like a sucker, sounded so good, to good to be true. wish i read this before i signed up. is thier any way to get my money back/

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    Geraldina says:

    March 7th, 2013 at 10:06 am

    Why I need pay $97.00 dls ?
    I want more information

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    john from the bronx says:

    February 22nd, 2013 at 3:23 pm

    Thank God I found this article otherwise by this time I would had been 100 Dollar short, frustrated, pissed, ect at the very least. These people have no heart. They will sell their own mother to the highest bidder for money.

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    jeri lynn says:

    February 19th, 2013 at 6:53 pm

    I just clicked something on the paid to place site and got a malicious threat warning from my anti-virus software. Not a good sign! 2/19/2013

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    Jeannie says:

    February 19th, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    I have checked with the BBB and it is a scam. They say it is a one time fee but that is not true. I have heard that they charge you monthly. They told me not to go by what BBB said. They have their own company that you can check with. I did not get into this thank goodness. You have to place ads offline to which cost money. I don’t believe there is a legit work at home business. I have tried others also.

  • Joye says:

    February 18th, 2013 at 9:49 am

    The “Work at Home Special Report” that they claimed to have all these news coverage from, where the mom made $8000a month, is pitiful! They seem to be posting fake comments daily. Everyday someone posts, “I just got mine today”, “I just received my first check for $394, cool”. It is always a different person. I tried to post. “Is this real?” It would not post my comment. Then, when I found this on Friday, it said to hurry up to take advantage of the $97, the offer ended on Saturday. I cecked back today, and it said the offer ended on Tuesday. Please beware!


    Melanie says:
    March 22nd, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    Yes the same thing happened to me today. When I wasn’t able to comment, that’s what raised the red flag for me. There are fake posts where people are like “I hope this works, I’m going to sign up today” trying to pose a skeptical people. Also When you click on the join now button, it takes you to the check out page and if you go to leave the page, a box pops up offering it to you at a lower price. Being curious as I always am, I click to stay on the page then I tried to exit again and another $10 came off the price! The price started at $97 but by the time I was finished clicking in and out, it was offering it for $57! Ridiculous! Don’t fall for this guys, even when you see that other people so called have tried it and was successful because all it is is the people from the company going through scam forums posing as regular people and giving themselves good reviews.

    Jennifer says:
    March 9th, 2013 at 5:25 pm

    Joyce, I had the same thing happen to me just a little nit ago…i tried to post a comment and it would not post. Also, as I was reading the comments, there was one particular comment that was the EXACT same as one I read on a different scam, called “$6000 a month club”. Absolutely ridiculous!!

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    QUEENY says:

    February 17th, 2013 at 7:12 pm

    These COMMENTS are very HELPFUL in making a decision to join with PAID TO PLACE.
    My rating is how I felt about Paid to Place after reading the awful comments of those who have first hand experience which they have ‘dreadfully’ described..

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    Leslie says:

    February 12th, 2013 at 2:34 am

    Thank god I read the reviews I almost got sucked in. If it seems too good to be true, it’s probably NOT!

  • John from Michigan says:

    December 11th, 2012 at 11:36 pm

    Paid to Place: I hope you are reading these accusations against you. I too “belong” to the “victims” but, I haven’t fully given up hope on you yet, -(simply because I’ve been busy all summer (’12) with many of my self-improvement courses that I had hoped to offer through your website(s)–had it been, or, if it is legitimate). But, here’s my story, many of your websites, or links–which you claim in your ads–to be free, charges fees, some on them as much as $1400 for a one-week ad! -($1400, for someone on a tight budget–trying to get a business off the ground, is a little steep!)

    I have not placed any ads yet, -(I tried to place a few, until I ran into the obstacles mentioned above. If I had $1400 I could go to a nationally syndicated newspaper and have them run my ads on their websites, and would probably fare much better.)

    Take a look at yourselves Kathy Garcia, -(if there is a Kathy Garcia)-and all of those who work for her, and Michelle Boud–whatever. Well, they probably pay you $1 million just for putting your face on their labels, I know you’re not doing it for nothing!

    One more thing, -(and this is the clencher/killer)- I haven’t even did anything to warrant any cash yet, and already I am getting messages from your site manager telling me I am not going to get paid? Because of some technical errors that you’ve got going on in your computer system?

    Think about HSBC, -(and, I should have thought that there was something fishy about you when I told you that I would do my own taxes because I work for H&R BLOCK, and you told me that no one could do “your” taxes except the company you recommend!)

    Here’s a word of encouragement to my brothers and sisters out there who are still struggling to find the The New American Dream: It’s an old adage/saying–Jack Canfield said it many years ago in one of his motivational tapes, and I feel certain that you have heard it from your mother and father many times: “You must kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince/princess.”

    Of course everybody knows what that means but let’s refresh our memories a bit: You must test many opportunities before you find the one that’s right for you, and when you find it, and make your fortune, and you are one day laying on the beach of some exotic island sipping Mai Tai’s with your sexy significant other, these dark times won’t matter!

    Let us consider this as part of the frog-kissing scenario, sure frogs don’t taste good, and you will definitely get warts on your lips for kissing them, but, when you find your prince/princess–well, you’ll still be mad at Paid to Place, but hopefully the $97 you paid will be insignificant!

    In the meantime–get your money back if you can!


    Allie says:
    July 10th, 2013 at 5:41 pm

    I purchased the program for $67 the end of February. I then called to return it after about a week. They said “legally” they have 30 days to direct it back to my account. So after 30 days, nothing. It is now the 10th of July and I have probably called 10 times. I talked to customer service and they said they can’t do anything about the money directly over the phone and that was a different department that they can’t contact (and that I don’t believe) I talked to the “supervisor” about 20 minutes ago and he said to contact customer support over email. So I just sent them an email. By the looks of everyone else’s reviews, I probably won’t be getting my money back anytime soon. SOMEONE WHO HAS CONTACTED THEIR ATTORNEY PLEASE GET ME INVOLVED

    Grace Terhaar says:
    March 28th, 2013 at 7:48 pm

    how do you get your money back from this thing?

    Grace Terhaar says:
    March 28th, 2013 at 7:46 pm

    have no time to do!

  • John from Michigan says:

    December 11th, 2012 at 10:40 pm

    Paid to Place: I hope you are reading these accusations against you. I too “belong” to the “victims” but, I haven’t fully given up hope on you yet, -(simply because I’ve been busy all summer (’12) with many of my self-improvement courses that I had hoped to offer through your website(s)–had it been, or, if it is legitimate). But, here’s my story, many of your websites, or links–which you claim in your ads–to be free, charges fees, some on them as much as $1400 for a one-week ad! -($1400, for someone on a tight budget–trying to get a business off the ground, is a little steep!)

    I have not placed any ads yet, -(I tried to place a few, until I ran into the obstacles mentioned above. If I had #1400 I could go to a nationally syndicated newspaper and have them run my ads on their websites, and would probably fare much better.)

    Take a look at yourselves Kathy Garcia, and all of those who work for her, and Michelle Boud–whatever. Well, they probably pay you $1 million just for putting your face on their labels, I know you’re not doing it for nothing!

    One more thing, -(and this is the clencher/killer)- I haven’t even did anything to warrant any cash yet, and already I am getting messages from your site manager telling me I am not going to get paid? Because of some technical errors that you’ve got going on in your computer system?

    Think about HSBC, -(and, I should have thought that there was something fishy about you when I told you that I would do my own taxes because I work for H&R BLOCK, and you told me that no one could do “your” taxes except the company you recommend!)

  • David says:

    October 18th, 2012 at 11:23 pm

    Thank God, I read these reviews! I wanted to get some feedback, & unfortunately…it was what I had suspected. A SCAM.

    Well, Kathy…you are heading for BIG TROUBLE!! You may very well, end up in prison…for your scam operation. Preying off of people in need, to feed your millionaire lifestyle!!

    How do you sleep at night???

    I’m glad I decided to Google you, & your company! I won’t be, your next victim & fool.



    jeff says:
    June 10th, 2013 at 10:06 am

    wish I would have found them first the got me good

    Tiffany says:
    June 7th, 2013 at 8:33 pm

    Same here! I was literally about to sign up and do this and pay the $97 but I talked to my husband about it first and he recommended I google it and research it first and I found this and all these SCAM comments…sooooo glad I didn’t end up going ahead and doing it! I guess its true…if something sounds too good to be true it must be!

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    Mary Patterson says:

    September 19th, 2012 at 1:48 pm

    Complete SCAM. Rude, refund received, however, my name and phone number has been provided to ALL their affiliates and I receive 10-17 calls per day. Please NEWS agencies, get a hold of this and shut them DOWN!

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    Opal says:

    September 17th, 2012 at 9:06 am

    Rip off don’t buy. Kathy is a crook she should be arrested
    The work from home plans are all tied together so don’t join any of them
    Luckily i investigated this fraudulent money from home
    Scam before i got trapped into the web of fees. Don’t do it. Get some things and sell them on ebay
    This has been working for me and cleaning out i my unwanted stuff from the house. Ebay and paypal are excellent money collection systems for your sales. Ebay ebay ebay not work from home bs!!!!

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    Shannon says:

    August 31st, 2012 at 10:39 pm

    Just wonder why out of all these pages of posts not one of them reports making or receiving money from this company? Has anyone actually been paid anything???


    stephanie says:
    September 13th, 2012 at 11:50 pm

    This is a scam. I didn’t receive any info on how to make money and kept getting asked to dish out more and more money.

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    Shannon says:

    August 31st, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    Advertisement was very misleading. When I tried to cancel my membership it did not happen and I began receiving calls from people re: arranged phone consultations for training purposes w. them they claimed I had made and not kept.I never made any appointments w.anyone. I finally did get
    the $97.00 I paid corrected on my credit card, but the company is still calling me about my membership


    Kristin says:
    March 29th, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    Shannon, I am so foolish! I fell for this crap! I can’t believe it. How did you get your $97.00 back??


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    Heather says:

    August 25th, 2012 at 1:06 pm

    Jimmy, just so you know it’s not just people who buy it and then ask for a refund after a couple of days. I bought it, read the tips, watched the videos and on my second day my husband and I spent a combined 7 hours posting various ads on the free posting websites that they say are good. My husband and I kept it up for two weeks, but after posting 400 ads on various sites we still had made NO MONEY!!!! We had put the tracking portion of the link on ours, and had had numerous people look at our ads but still NO MONEY!!! I have several of the ads I had posted to a friend who has a Masters degree in marketing and he said it was better than some of his employees who also have degrees or are going for degrees in marketing. So how is that?! I called the customer service and asked for advise. They got my phone number and said they would me back, and their advise was to sink $5,000 into one on one coaching.

    When I said I can’t and if that’s what it takes I want my $100 back, they said then go to my local Walmart and apply for a job. I’m trying to avoid going into bankruptcy, I’m tired of the government and everyone else saying we make $2,800 before taxes so we don’t quailify for aid, I’m tired. I’m not looking for a get rich quick thing because I understand that it doesn’t happen. I don’t mind working hard, I have my entire life. In high school I had 4 AP classes, worked at KFC 60 hours a week and barely made enough for my family to make it. Don’t tell me you get paid to just post ads, then it turns out I only get paid if someone buys what I had posted, the. I need to give 5 grand up to make money. If I had that 5 grand I wouldn’t be looking for ways to make extra income so we can SURVIVE!

    Also their customers service phone is the same number for 5 other work at home companies. So I ask you, Jimmy, what did we do wrong and if this isnt a scam then what is? Also after 6 days of asking for my money back it’s still not in my account, and I have numerous telemarketers calling at all times of the day, even as early as 2 in the morning, and Paid to Place still calling asking how they can help. After a month and a half, I still have not made any money off of the posts we did. That was a wasted $100, and numerous hours from my husband and myself that we can’t get back.

    Like I said, what gives Jimmy?

  • megan says:

    August 22nd, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    I bought this program about 2 weeks ago, I watched a couple of the training videos but havent really had the time to sit down & get started but heres my problem I usually use the confirmation email which has a link to the members site, well the site just disappeared I cant log on I cant even find the site which leads me to believe this is indeed a scam & i bought into it.
    Be careful folks, do not make the same mistake I did.

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    Jennifer says:

    August 21st, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    I purchased their ‘product’ for 77.00 the supposed discount rate now. Then I got a phone call within hours trying to upsell for several hundred more for someone to walk me through step-by-step, when after repeated NO Thank You’s they just hung up and had someone else call me the next day to do the same thing. I asked them to hold off on the hard sell until I got the product and was then told it was all online now that nothing was coming in the mail like original ad said. 2 days later got that password and checked it out for about 45 minutes where I could find no instructions to actually do anything like promised but a whole lot of give us your ideas and we will help you market it if you give us more money. I requested my money back which I did get a week later (not a complaint actually relieved). BUT SINCE I SIGNED UP I HAVE AT LEAST 3 EMAILS AND 1-3 PHONE CALLS A DAY ASKING ME TO BUY INTO WORK FROM HOME BUSINESSES – THEY SOLD MY PERSONAL INFO WHEN THE WEBSITE SAID IT NEVER DID. I DIDN’T HAVE ANY MARKETERS EVER BEFORE I SIGNED UP BUT WITHIN 2 DAYS I HAVE HUNDREDS!!!!!! IT IS A SCAM! I AM SO UPSET ABOUT THE CONSTANT HARASSMENT BY PHONE AND THEIR RUDE BEHAVIOR WHEN I SAY NO THANK YOU…….ARGH!!!!!!!!!


    Sabrina says:
    March 26th, 2013 at 1:44 pm

    OMG! I get AT LEAST 4 phone calls a day. When I tell them no thank you they get rude and tell me that I requested the information. I tell them that I obviously changed my mind and to please remove me from their list. They get nasty, that might be an understatement.

    Please tell me the calls eventually stop????


    Liz says:
    August 22nd, 2012 at 2:47 pm

    Its true!!! same thing happened to me. CONSTANT PHONE CALLS, RUDE TELEMARKETERS, THEY SELL YOUR PERSONAL INFO!!!!!!!! you will be constantly harassed…please DO NOT buy this program. Its for your own good…

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    Taylor lourdes says:

    August 16th, 2012 at 2:47 pm

    I would like to let all those trusting people out there who are just trying to make extra money or find an alternate means of living that THEY SHOULD NOT TRUST ANYTHING THEY TELL YOU ON THIS WEBSITE.ITS A SCAM!!!!!

    They tell you that all you have to do is post links on various websites and you get paid $15 per link that you post,but ITS ALL A LIE.
    After you start posting the links and wait to see how much you are getting paid,there is always $0 showing,no matter how many links you post.

    And even though they tell you THAT THERE IS A money back guarantee,they give you the run-around ,just to get a refund.They are rude and so uncooperative.

    Dont waste your money on these SCAMMERS!!!!!

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    wakat78 says:

    August 14th, 2012 at 8:27 pm

    I was just thinking about doing this Paid to Place when my husband showed me how to look up sites to find out if this was a scam or not. I decided not to do it after reading these warnings, so I went to x out of their website and all at once instead of $97.00 they took off 20 then when I tried to x again they took off 30 then 40. I was finally able to close their screen. That alone was a wake up call. Thanks for the heads up. I can’t afford to be scamed.

  • joe from alabama says:

    August 14th, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    Thanks I was going to get this. On the web site it was $97.00 then I was going to leave the page and it gave me a discount 0f $20.00. I again tried to leave the page and Yes you got it another discount10%. wow that right there should of told me something.Will I tried to leave and Yes another discount. Wow $40 off. By the time it was done it sold for $57.00. so I first the so resurch and came to this site. Thanks A $57.00 mistake.

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    scott says:

    August 2nd, 2012 at 8:55 pm

    i have looked around a paid to place is not the only company out there with this exact program so to me the money to be made it selling the program one of them HOME PROFIT MASTERS charges 97.00 for the course it is identical to paid to place .. i wont be investing :) good luck all

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    Sonia says:

    August 1st, 2012 at 9:10 pm

    Good thing I read these reviews! I was about to buy into this.

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    Pollyanna says:

    July 30th, 2012 at 7:35 pm

    I found this site looking for blog or chat from people who are actually doing the steps to this thing, so I could garner some ideas. It scared me when I saw the “legit or scam” headline, so thought I’d better check it out. I have tried a few other programs and if I’m honest with myself, haven’t applied the steps to move forward with those other attempts.

    I signed up with paid to place July 21, 2012. I have always believed in myself and that I could learn this if I had the tools. I believe there are people making money and that I can too. Something that bothers me about the posts I’m reading, is that the problems voiced are all about how paid 2 place has failed you, failed to get you guys started making money. I have been working my way down the list on the left side of the members screen, literally one at a time and have successfully placed a few ads. I do not fault anyone I was unable to place those ads within 24 hours of purchase. I know me and what it takes to make progress and I’m doing so one step at a time, using the training tools. I listened to the newbie webinair and I’ve watched a few of the training videos two or three times and kept them open while placing my ads.

    This is not magic, no one from the support line can sit with me at my computer and place my hands on the keyboard to get things going. I had a couple questions and sent tech support email, but found the answers in the training material, on my own. That felt great. We may all learn at different speeds, I allow for that with me. ha The one thing that made this experience different from my prior attempts, is that I decided I would do whatever was necessary for me to learn it and that promise to myself is working for me.

    We have a great variety of choices on which products to promote – those are outlined for us in a neat tidy list, along with another list of 20, yes TWENTY, places to submit the ads and we can do that with a video showing us each step running at the same time – paused, when working, of course. If I place 1000 ads without one click, then maybe I’ll come back and say it didn’t work. But for now, I do not feel like a victim.

    My name is not Pollyanna, but I’ve been accused of having Pollyanna-ish views of the world, so I thought it was appropriate. I’m also not a paid 2 place plant, nor have I ever spoken with anyone who works for them or any of their co-programs. I’m real, just like you. I’m totally broke – $19 in the bank for the past month. My last 3 jobs over 10 years closed the doors after having sold their companies to other countries. I hurt, I want to take charge of my future. Just like you. I wish you much luck and many blessings because you are just like me. :-)


    Drew says:
    September 11th, 2012 at 5:47 pm

    Still no pollyanna…. Hmm maybe she’s just too busy rolling in the dough to deal with a measly review site.

    Shannon says:
    August 31st, 2012 at 10:26 pm

    Why don’t you write back when you actually get paid?

    Lisa says:
    August 3rd, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    Are you going to let us know how you do after a few days/weeks?

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    Rose says:

    July 27th, 2012 at 5:31 pm

    Thanx every one! Why the hell so these companies want to take advantage of the poor. People who can barely keep food on the table and a roof over their families heads. Yes they may be the easiest marks, however they are the most desperate. I am in sales and had a boss who used to say ” yes you can theoretically sell everyone, but that does not mean you should.” In this case the people behind this scam and the other scams like this should burn in hell!! Because most of the people they are scamming are single mothers and poverty stricken families & some with no real education (NOT THEIR FAULT) but these are the people they take advantage of and hurt, sometimes irreparably.

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    Amber says:

    July 23rd, 2012 at 2:34 pm

    Paid to place sends out your phone number to a great number of telemarketers. The number of different telemarketers who will call you exceeds the amount of telephone numbers that most phone services will allow you to block. The calls begin as early as 8:30 am and they will call you on weekends as well. In addition, I canceled my order the same day of purchase. Therefore, cancellation will not save you from having your number sent out to dozens of companies. I now have to change my cell phone number.


    Jim says:
    July 27th, 2012 at 11:43 am

    I’m praying for all the scammers in the world. It’s not worth it. Godbless the human race. Jesus is coming back for us. :)

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    Mary says:

    July 21st, 2012 at 12:48 pm

    This is so sad. So many people want to work from home and be with their families like myself but the scams are so overwhelming you just cant trust anyone anymore

  • Shay says:

    July 16th, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    Well… after reading all of these comments I decided to check my confirmation Email. It says, and I quote… “ONE time fee, and there are NO monthly billings. I’m debating on whether or not a should cancel my purchase. It doesn’t seem easy as pie (the “job” they’re training you for), BUT- it’s not impossible either. I agree with a few comments on here saying if you actually take the time to watch and read the information they provide you with, you should be able to do it.

    What confuses me, and I’m not sure why it does… is why they want you to “sell” rip-offs? I mean I get they’re easy to sell. Most people will buy anything. And for the record from what I’m reading so far in the webinars and tutorials you only get paid IF the consumer shows interest (opting in to the product offered by providing their Email, or purchasing a product you’ve offered). If they cancel, or request a refund… it comes from you, and you get nothing from that “sale”.

    Note- I just bought this program 2 days ago, I haven’t started it up yet, I’m still reading through and listening to the tutorials to make sure I know what the FLIP I’m going to be doing. I believe you CAN make money with this… But it will take some personal cost (ie- buying your own internet domain) and effort. LOTS of effort. It’s not a “get rich quick” scam. It’s a “we’ll tell you it’s easy so you buy it, and then find out you can’t do it” ‘scam’.

    Another question I have for you “belivers” (aka- workers) in this system, is do you even realize you’re using the same lines and “tricks” to get folks like myself to buy iin?? HAHA. I mean I did buy it… So far so good. BUT- I couldn’t halp but notice that.

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    dawn says:

    July 15th, 2012 at 8:32 pm

    i totally agree with you!!!!! i was soooo close to paying the $97 to start up. thank havens for my 16 yr old son who stopped me and said no its a scam!!!!!!!!!!!! keep rocking there kathy you SCAM ARTIST!!!!!!!

  • halie says:

    July 9th, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    I have been researching and then decided to actually call the customer service line to ask if how it worked.
    The person tells me that the only way you make money is if someone buys off the add you post, NOT just for posting the add! so there is the first problem and second I asked flat out was it even worth it and they told me NO! If the people you call to talk to about the program can’t even credit the product how can anyone else?!


    Lisa says:
    July 27th, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    You need to go on the Paid to Place web site and share your stories,
    There are so many stories from folks telling everyone how much they made. People need to hear the truth.

  • Renee says:

    July 2nd, 2012 at 2:08 pm

    Thank God I came across this website and saw the reviews. Wheeeeew! I was a minute away from buying this product until I decided to do a last minute research on Michelle Boudreau. Sighs, all I can say is I am sooooooo happy I did. From what I am reading about this program, I do the same type of stuff on Google Adwords!

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    luke says:

    June 18th, 2012 at 7:10 pm

    i joined paid to place, first you have to pay $100.00 . Then a person will call you back asking if you want to make big money and if you have 7 hours minimum to put into this business, oh yea and its a business they coach you how to create a website. then he will say there is another $500.00 for deposit, when you agree to that you get transferred to sign contract of another fee of $2,000.00. Oh yes, you only have three days to cancel, which customer service never answers, and on top of that its $40.00 a month to have website. When I tried cancelling NOBODY answered the phone,if you dont cancel within 3 days they hold you responsible for the $2,00.00 regardless if you cancel after.


    Cherrie says:
    August 1st, 2012 at 10:14 pm

    Thank God i read all these testimonies before i purchased this program.
    All i can tell you all who have fell into the hands of these con-artists is
    BBB make a complaint & try to get your money back.
    Good Luck & God Bless

  • Debi says:

    June 11th, 2012 at 6:26 am

    This is a big time scam. Please people do not fall for it

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    Manning says:

    June 4th, 2012 at 1:55 pm

    I signed up about 3 weeks ago and no I have not started making money yet due to lack of time, but every time I needed to talk to someone I have never had a problem.Jody or Mike have always been there for me!! I do plan on making money soon still learning the ends and outs as I am not that computer smart it does take alot off determination but I’m going to make it work……


    Geno says:
    July 13th, 2012 at 10:09 pm

    I Have made money..mike holland has worked hard with me and the tech support is outstanding!

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    Kilipake says:

    May 28th, 2012 at 5:38 pm

    Once you buy into the program, you expect to get some good training et al and then be on your way. Don’t make the mistake I did, by being to busy to get started a little later because of current job demands. By not jumping down the initial rabbit hole, low and behold, 2 weeks later, I got a Phone call…..I did not ask for one. They were just following up, and within 20 minutes a second call, and a sales pitch about training you….Oh yes I forgot to mention, they have a very sophisticated “qualifying/profiling ” system. The next call you get is how about $5,000.00 from a credit card for 6 months of training, money back guaranteed etc etc etc. I didn’t bite, but I did go in for about $160.00 + or – Since the initial forays and back a forths, my silence has elicited about 10 more emails and phone calls.A little bit too obvious, they thought they had a fish on the line. Their line is are you curious or serious? Good one yah!!Watch out..By the by, since I did not go “all the way” the story does not have a happy or unhappy ending. you decide.

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    billyzeke says:

    May 9th, 2012 at 1:18 am

    I got ad from different name Michelle Boubeouis or something like that !

    Didnt even enter my info to get the free job offers in my area !

    It’s all the same people it’s called Google adwords ! Which is FREE to join and you pay so much per click like $5 per day for 100 clicks whether they result in sales or not YOU Pay up !

    NOW if you want to do it FREE and start writing 100’s of blogs with mini paragraphs get Google adsense which is simply putting ads on your pages and when people click you get paid like 2 cents per click up to $$$ per click through depends on what the company that advertising on Google ADWORDS is involved in !
    Biggest pay per clicks are Diabetes, Lawyers and high end products like jewelry , clothing etc…

    There are other programs out there that use unobtrusive double underlined linked words in your blog about 12 of the keywords are linked !

    AND It;s very hard keeping your blogs at top of searches YOU need to update them weekly and that’s a chore when you have 100’s of them !

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    concerned says:

    May 4th, 2012 at 9:52 am

    Good people help good people in these very hard times. And when your finances contract…. A lot will fall for an easy out. Do not give them your money. Work and be guaranteed a pay check.

  • Alma says:

    May 2nd, 2012 at 10:20 pm

    i was so close to getting paid to place but after reading all the reviews im so happy i didnt thanks everyone!!!!


    gretchen says:
    July 26th, 2012 at 11:31 am

    me too…and when i tried to get off their site ,their site attacked my computer.. thankfully norton stopped it.. what a bunch of crap! stay away from this Paid to Place site…

  • Brandy says:

    April 30th, 2012 at 6:55 pm

    I purchased paid to place yesterday. I canceled it today but not because its a scam. You don’t get paid to place the ad. After you place the ad the site called clicks 2 offers keeps track of how many people click on your ad and you only get paid when someone inputs their info like an email address.

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    Yvonne says:

    April 19th, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    I signed up for this program a couple of weeks ago. I was just about to start into it, when I began receiving calls from some of their staff. After several calls back, someone got in touch with me.

    I was told that the Paid To Place website is going to be phased out, and that they are looking for about 6 or 7 people to set up their own website to sell their product.

    I was also asked several questions about my financial status, what type of credit cards I have, how much are on them, how much I have in my bank accounts. When I asked why the questions, I was told, ‘ it’s so we can determine how much this program can really help you.

    The clincher came when I was told that one of the finest website trainers around, would call me to train me for the position, but that I would have to put down an investment of about $5000 right now.

    Someone was going to call me back to start the training, but I cancelled out. Although no credit card #’s or bank accounts were given, I made sure that I had anti-theft protection on everything after that call.

    My question is, should you have to invest 5k in something you’re not sure about? Scam or no scam. I will leave the decision up to you.


    Nikki says:
    May 4th, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    Yvonne, you did the right thing, first off all these at home job are mostly bs because most people are trying to find a job to “earn” money not to fricken spend it. I can understand there can be certain fees to get started and what not but they want it up front, if it was that legit and that successful why not bill us later or take it from our earnings? Its absolutely absurd and quite disgusting and then that whole thing about a $5000 investment? Thats sickening what a joke, thats ridiculous, “oh you want $5000? oh sure no problem let me just pull that out of my ass for ya” Its just frustrating for people who are in desperate need of jobs and dont have a dime to their name but they need to pay to work? I dont think so any job you need to pay for to get started is a joke and seems like a big fat scam to me!!!!

    Mike H says:
    April 27th, 2012 at 3:32 pm

    Lovely, this is an outside mentoring offer that we have made available to members who wished to have one-on-one training. This is not Paid to Place and we are not “phasing out” our site. But we are in contact with the group that is supposed to be assisting our clients in training and will take care of this apparent miscommunication. As I have maintained before, our clients have a 60 day money back guarantee on this program and we stand behind that. I support this person in her decision and don’t blame her one bit.

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    Marian Simpson says:

    April 19th, 2012 at 2:07 pm

    I first spent $47.00 for this program, then spent $77.00 for this same program. I still have received no training (as promised) Can’t sign in as there is no sign in page. I have contacted Kathy numerous times and have had several goose chases. I would appreciate some acknowledgement or a total refund.


    Rosalee Decker says:
    April 19th, 2012 at 5:00 pm

    Sounds to me like a scam. Remember, any business that is legit will not ask for $ up front unless you’re in the Direct Sales field of work. Keep us posted.

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    IVAN says:

    April 9th, 2012 at 8:40 pm

    It’s a scam and that’s it…

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    Joe says:

    April 5th, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    All get rich quick advertisements are SCAMS

  • Raymond says:

    March 8th, 2012 at 3:56 pm

    Please people, heed this. Whether this Paid to Place is actually a scam or not, live by this standard when encountering things such as these. Life is work, and work is hard unfortunately. Depending on how hard you work, or how much effort you put into earning more money, you should realize that life is almost identical to Paid to Place. In that, if you invest time and hard work into it, you will benefit greatly, i.e. earn more money. Fact is that everyone is ALWAYS looking for the easy way out. YOU WILL NOT EARN THOUSANDS OR HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS BY SITTING ON YOUR BUTT CLICKING A MOUSE!!! IF YOU BELIEVE THAT THERE IS A PROGRAM OUT THERE SOMEWHERE THAT WILL ALLOW YOU TO DO THAT, THEN YOU DESERVE TO GET SCAMMED!!!


    Wayne Perdue says:
    March 21st, 2012 at 12:52 pm

    I agree with Raymond. If someone wants to make money online it IS POSSIBLE. but not easy. we should be glad that it’s not easy because that’s how you win at the game of life… by doing things other people don’t want to do.

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    Sharon Williams says:

    March 7th, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    I was skeptical and went ahead and purchased anyway. Once I was in the members area I knew this was going to be too much for me. I’m almost 70 years old and not that computer savvy. I bought this because it would be nice to make some extra money and keep myself busy. I called the customer service number and received an immediate refund. I was surprised because for some reason I thought it was going to be difficult.


    Vinnie G says:
    March 29th, 2012 at 10:26 am

    the comment above as well as the other ones defending this scam are fake. this identtical comment is posted on other review forums only under different names.

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    George L. says:

    February 29th, 2012 at 9:44 pm

    I to found this website after ordering Paid to Place. I immediately sent an email to customer service to cancel (it was sunday.) Within 15 minutes I had gotten an email back from JD explaining that ‘scams’ don’t offer customer service on a Sunday and ‘scams’ will not keep a merchant account long which is the lifeblood of any business in today’s environment.

    With that reply I felt somewhat assured and said hold off on the cancellation. On Monday morning I promptly called in to ask some questions and my call was taken by Trish. What a nice helpful lady.

    Anyway that’s my story and I don’t see how some of these people can say the things they do after my experience. So I just wanted to say job well done and share.


    Rick G. says:
    April 16th, 2012 at 8:51 am

    Just read a blog for your site not one positive review all stated that it’s a SCAM . As I say about all online companies stating that they will help you make money is just a way for you to give your credit card # so they can get your money along with additional costs!!! I challenge these companies to contact people and state that will give the program to people that are really interested in making money do an application and interview then after those people are really making money charge them the program cost!!!!!

    sylvia says:
    April 12th, 2012 at 9:15 pm

    I signed up one and then decided the next day that I really didn’t want to invest the $8400 (or $22,400 for agressive investors) for the business start up (which is not posted anywhere and no one seems to mention or the $39.95 monthly service fee until the contract). I sent them an email stating that I wanted to cancel and that my cancellation letter was on it’s way. I got a call from the “consultant” that same day I sent the email, explaining that if I cancelled I would have to pay attorney’s fees for dispute/litigation/ arbitration, even though the contract said I could cancel within 3 business days of the contract. I felt that I was being bullied and contacted a lawyer who confirmed that I had the legal right to cancel as long as I followed the 3 day rule as described in their contract, which I have done – a letter stating I wish to cancel, that was signed, dated, and overnighted to ensure it arrives within the time period. So Mike H, who works for Paid To Place, if this is on the up and up, why am I being told that I may have to pay attorney fees if I’m canceling within the 3 day period? I saw no mention in the “Coaching Contract” of a 60-day guarantee, actually, there is no guarantee, of any sort, in the contract.

    Vinnie G says:
    March 29th, 2012 at 10:28 am

    Hey trish stop blogging and do ur job then because a lot of people are getting screwed.

    Wayne Perdue says:
    March 21st, 2012 at 12:55 pm

    hey, perception is reality.

    Trish says:
    March 12th, 2012 at 6:17 pm

    I do Customer Support for Paid to Place, and I can assure you, we are far from a SCAM. Might want to do some research on what entails a program to be a scam before you judge.

    tode says:
    March 8th, 2012 at 1:11 pm


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    Jim says:

    February 28th, 2012 at 11:14 am

    I signed up this morning using my credit card (not a bank card)for $29.95. After reading your reviews I called my credit card company, told them I was scammed and am receiving a new card with a new number. Thank you for the reviews as this will only cost me the $29.95.


    Mike H says:
    March 1st, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    Seriously? You signed up willingly, and then just because what you read here you’ve decided you were scammed and ordered a whole new card? If you call in and request a refund you will have it no problem. My guarantee. BUT if you cancel the card you used we will not be able to return your money, ask any payment processor. If you buy something at walmart and try to get a refund on the purchase card and it was cancelled you will not get a refund. You might get store credit… but if you are cancelling the service there isn’t much we can offer you.

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    Mike H says:

    February 24th, 2012 at 6:45 pm

    My name is Mike and I work for Paid to Place.
    Now I’m not going to sit here and try to blow sunshine up everyone’s rear ends. I am just trying to put right some of the incorrect comments made here.
    We are first and foremost, not a scam. Scams take your money and run. We offer an incredible 60-day money-back guarantee that we stand behind completely. There are add-ons that people can avail themselves to but as that they deal with compromised data and are actually 3rd party products we do not provide a refund on these items. This is common, just like you can purchase a product from Amazon and have an issue with it, when you return it you will only get the purchase price of the item returned, you do not get your shipping returned. This is very common. The things we can return we do, with no fuss or muss. As for the $67 the fellow prior talked about, this would be one of those and as per the terms and conditions, we plainly state we do not provide a refund for that item.
    Here’s my thing with T & C’s you HAVE to read them. Our T &C’s are not a bunch of confusing boilerplate where we bury items like that. Ours is a few hundred words and we make them as clear as possible. BUT we cannot make people read them. There are times I go on websites and I just click, “yes, I have read the terms…” and move on. Well, that can come back to haunt you, but come on, some of those bad boys are thousands of words. But I digress.
    Someone else mentioned, “you shouldn’t have to pay to get a job.” You aren’t paying to get a job. You are not employed by Paid to Place, we are providing you with at least 2 members sites that you use to learn, monitor, and promote the programs we make available to you. This is for at most $50 and that is a lifetime membership! This is not an exorbitant amount, we have overhead just like everyone else and this barely begins to pay for it at this price point.
    But the thing is, if you don’t do the work, you aren’t going to make any money. You can’t win the lottery if you don’t buy a ticket. That being said, this is not hard work, this isn’t digging ditches or heavy lifting, but it could be thought of as tedious. But does that make it a scam? No. You can make money if you want to and we have people that do it day in and day out.
    I can guarantee if someone joins this program and they need help, they will talk to a person. They will not receive an email from some bogus automated program. If they call in, they will talk to flesh and blood people who are here to help. But if you don’t write an email or pick up the phone, there isn’t much we can do to help you and you can’t blame us for your inaction. Though people will, and there’s nothing we can do about it.
    I also guarantee, if you give the program a try and you decide you don’t dig it, FOR WHATEVER REASON, fine, give us a call and we’ll refund the program fee. No problem, just call within the 60 days.
    It’s sad that so many other programs in the work from home industry have really created a problem for legitimate ones. If you have a question, feel free to call us before you sign up and we’ll do our best to answer all your questions.


    Shannon says:
    August 31st, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    if it isn’ t a scam how come not one of these posts tells they’ve made ANY money. Don’t call us ignorant!!

    Lynn says:
    June 20th, 2012 at 9:01 pm

    If this is not a scam then you would not have to defend it. It is what it is.

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    Cheryl says:

    February 19th, 2012 at 6:02 pm

    Scam….scam…..scam! Don’t think I need to say anything more because you all can obviously read and know the definition of SCAM! Buyer beware!

  • Kat says:

    January 11th, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    Does anyone pay attention to the ratings of these posts? All of the posts that claim to have made money are rated 5 star, and all who claim its a scam have a 1-2 star rating! That in it self would tell me the 5 star comments are placed by employee’s of this so called company or companies! And I quote “If it sounds to good to be true……” I have been researching work at home companies for approximately 10 years now, and I have yet to find a “true work at home” legit business! True, there are some out there that do hire, or your present company may allow you to work from home, but I have found that they are far and few between and sometimes impossible to find! If you have to pay to make money, it is a scam! No legit business should ask for money to start making money! Being in the industry that I am, I have run into just about every money making scam that there is out there, and have had to report many to law enforcement so that our community would be aware! Please, heed my warning!!!!


    Marie says:
    May 8th, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    Paid to place is a scam! I signed up for the program and was charged $97.00 to start. I also bought the upgrade fee of $47.00 because I thought it would help me started. I called to talk to some person who said I had to qualify for his team. He then transferred me to his junior associate, who then tells me to tell him how many credit cards I have and the balances on them and the APR. I figured this was too much for the moment and then decided I wanted out because I was not ready. So I asked for a refund and they told me they can only refund the $97.00 and not the $47.00 upgrade. I have only purchased the program for 1 and 1/2 weeks and I could not get the full refund?? I barely used the program. I did not make a profit and I did not get any support or such to have to pay any money. So they told me that I had to deal with it with my bank? That it wasn’t their fault I had chosen the upgrade? Very shady business for such to say we love our members but yet will not resolve the issue. Total scam!

    Rick Hunter says:
    March 18th, 2012 at 3:12 am

    Good grief. The stars is proof of nothing. Everyone who thinks it’s a scam is always going to give a 1 star, and the ones that stand behind the product are going to give it 5 stars. If that in itself tells you this is a scam, you have no ability to make use of information presented to you. You forgot to rate yours as 1 star by the way.

    If you have to pay to get paid does not mean it’s a scam. It means they are attempting to make you pay for information which is no different than education. If I knew how you could make an extra $2,000 a month and you did not, I would charge you for the information on how to do that. I’m not going to tell you for free, and you wouldn’t be working for me anyhow so it’s not like I’m making you pay in order for ME to put you on the payroll.

    For the record, I do not buy into any of these work from home things. The 30 to 60 day money back guarantee is by design to entice people to try because they know that a large percentage of people will try a product with the “money back guarantee” and the majority of those people will not even bother to act upon that guarantee. I know this for sure because I paid for information on how to make money in the past because I got caught ripping off a toy store I worked at and ended up with $12,000 in fines. My friend that got in trouble with me ended up going to the marines and paid his debt off in 4 years, I paid mine off in 6 months. This was in the mid 90s before the internet was really a part of our everyday lives. The medium is different but the concept is the same. In almost every case you must provide the content and the rules are still the same. Money back guarantee has been in mail order adverts as far back as you can find, and that’s because it works.

    These work from home things can work, but I don’t buy into them because they’re always advertised as “easy” but they never will be, if you put the amount of effort in that would be “easy” you won’t make anything because you gotta work hard.

    Not everything is a scam, but anything worth while you will need to work for.

    Trisha says:
    February 27th, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    The Legitimate phone number for Paid to Place Customer Support is 866-439-6817. Customer Support is in the office Monday through Friday 9 AM- 6 PM MST.

    Brenda says:
    February 25th, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    A legit Paid To Place number is 1-800-514-1134, ext. 169.

    rice says:
    January 16th, 2012 at 9:36 am

    do you have a working contact number for paid to place? I want to cancel and cannot find a legit number? the numbers above a not for paid to place, or discconnected!

    JOHNNY says:
    January 11th, 2012 at 7:43 pm

    I have been scammed this weekend by paid to place and i have asked for a refund, however, the so-called customer service told me that there is a charge of $67.00 that can not be refunded because of the information they have given out to me.The matter of fact is that i have not received any information form them to keep my money. It is my fault and learned the hard way trusting in there lies.They use a honest person’s hard working money to scam without any feelings for anyone.They need to be stopped and i am seeing if the federal attorney’s office can help being that the internet was used to scam,from state to state.If these people have gone on for a number of years and the government knowing,it looks as if they do not care,i will see.

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    Eric says:

    December 31st, 2011 at 8:46 am

    I would like to say im so glad that I did my homework on ths company before I decide to plug my credit card numbers into the website. We need to think about this if there were work from home jobs making as much money as some of these people have claimed to make then there would be no such thing as regular jobs. Everybody would be working from home. Some of these people are looking for supplemental income because things are getting a little tight and its a shame that this company charges u a monthly fee to make money in other words you are paying to keep a job. Sounds pretty stupid to me. I can make anything happen with photoshop half of these people have houses and cars and yachts not regular boats but yachts things that some millionaires dont even have. Its a shame and just be careful when you type your credit numbers in because you probably wont make a dime and u will lose your original investment. You have a higher chance of striking a fortune putting your money into stocks with a down market then with this company.

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    Staci says:

    December 28th, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    I found on MSN this “Freedom Agency” and Michelle Taylors Home Jobs Revealed. And after opening up another page it took me to the same video as its showing above for the “Paid to Place.” But with you having to spend 200.00 for this program, which then if you try to close out the window, it then offers you 100.00 off of the program.

    Then thus the reason why I ended up here due to doing my homework and checking out said companies such as this. And to see them even using the same video as another “ad” site. Well, that in itself says SCAM!!!


    Happy New Year!

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    Dynah says:

    December 21st, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    I tried paid to place to place for 2 wks this month for 29.99 all I got was rude service,and all the downloads like google chrome, firefox just to even look at their training videos!! and don’t forget the add-ons I asked for my refund they sent it in 2 days, it is a scam!!

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    Diana says:

    October 31st, 2011 at 2:43 pm

    At the beginning of this tear I ordered the paid to place program. I did not hear anything from them so I started to do some research on this program and found a phone number and also saw that they might charge me a monthly fee after the initial cost. So I called the number they told me that there was no other charge and I have not seen any other charge, but I still can not get any jobs and I called again, I was told that they would reinstate me but to this day nothing has happened. I really lost out and am out the money I paid for the program this is a phony site and take my advice and do not order it.

  • Adrian says:

    October 19th, 2011 at 6:22 am

    Hi everyone yes, it almost happened tonight to me,i was ready to pay by credit card but there are only American states listed when signing up,i thought after signing up i will never hear from them again so i decided to check them out on this site first,i want to thank you all for helping me with my decision i will keep my Aussie credit card in my pocket i wish you all the best

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    Jimmy says:

    September 19th, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    too bad you people think that all you do is pay for something, and just sit back, and not do a dam thing..well heck you are not going to make any money that way..i have bought this paid to place, and believe me it does work…you have to go through the videos and they will show you exactly how to post your ads..i am not a easy learner believe me, but when you watch the videos and you do exactly how to do does work..i place ads in craigs list and backpage and look through seo where it says free ads you dont have to pay to place and i make up my ad and post the link to it and it is is very easy..i only had this for 2 weeks now and i have made over $400.00 on my for you people that just want to pay for something and not take the time out to learn how to do it, it is your own dam fault than..better off you would have better luck taking your money and burying it and think it would grow..but the problem there is you wouldn’t water it to make it grow…so before you say it doesnt work take time out and watch the videos…you might learn something!!!and actually make money..remember money isnt have to work for it!!


    Shannon says:
    September 1st, 2012 at 10:09 pm

    how much money have u made Jimmy!!!

    Kat says:
    January 11th, 2012 at 12:08 pm

    Or does Jimmy work for the company it self???!!

    Eric says:
    December 31st, 2011 at 9:03 am

    Jimmy you have to be the biggest idiot simply because after you bought the program you got absolutely no help they just took your money or you are just like Kathy and you work for the company. So far I have read about 30 reviews and came across only two of which were positive feedback thats less then 10% but at least the other guys claim is a little more realistic he said and I quote I didnt make a bunch of money but I think I tripled my initial investment. Tripling $30.00 will fill up my gas tank wow what a break through. I have a roth IRA so it is kind, of like burying your money and watching it grow. Do your homework on some products before making statements like you did and belittling people. Yes you can make money grow without doing anything its called bank accounts with interest, CDs aka certificate of deposits, 401K, Roth IRA, savings bonds. Those are just a few, off the top of my head.

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    abrego says:

    August 10th, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    If there is no risk as the claim. Why don’t they let you join, make money, then take what they charge out of the money they are going to pay you ? Doesn’t that make sense?


    Anonymous says:
    April 26th, 2012 at 12:38 pm


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    Pen says:

    August 7th, 2011 at 8:36 pm

    there should be a way to know if the earl and jeff and other positive comments are from paid to place or not. i am now confused which may mean the comments worked. lol.

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    Sebastian says:

    August 1st, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    I actually signed up and you should update your copy of the T&Cs! There is no longer a re-bill of any kind! AND I learned I could get my money back even after 60 (SIXTY!) days. insane thought but it’s true. I’ve been with them for a little over a month, I haven’t made a crazy amount of money but I’ve more than tripled my initial investment of $29.95! I have called in for help a couple of times and someone has always answered and helped me out! this says a lot to me. I even questioned the refund policy and they assured me that I could refund if I decided to and actually told me how many days i had left! my opinion, NOT A SCAM!
    just my 2 cents.

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    tee tee says:

    July 25th, 2011 at 11:01 am

    I went online looking for a work at home job just to add extra income and I found paid to place. I had been looking at it for weeks and I went back to look at it one more time and they were offering it for 19.95 but I decided to wait. Then when I tried to exit the browser they said that I could get a special offer of 9.95. Well long story short I bought it and as I was looking at it there were only directions on how to set up websites and how to spend money on other products so I called and checked my card and it had been charged 29.95!

    Needless to say I called every number I could find with no answer at any of them..I finally got a number through a review and they sent me to another number finally after several numbers I did speak to a cs rep for an affiliate company who seemed as if she was nervous talking to me….I have been scammed! I am going to cancel my card and dispute the charge so that they are not able to charge me for any other charges! DON’T DO IT!!!!!

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    barbie says:

    July 13th, 2011 at 10:02 am

    scam, scam, scam, don’t do it

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    southern and proud says:

    June 23rd, 2011 at 9:58 am

    I too was tempted. Discussed with my husband and had him review all the material. We see things differently as I am much more skeptical of this type of business. After my initial viewing I started receiving emails 2 – 3 times per day. That is when my husbands said ‘no dice’. I even wrote back and told them that I did not feel legitimate companies stalked their potential customers. They wrote me back saying they were legitimate because they had great customer service. All I could think of was that credit card commercial where the guy is in Siberia or Antarctica taking calls and faking his voice. I will continue to look for a legitimate way to use the internet besides ebay and Amazon but this won’t be it.

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    bill perreault says:

    June 20th, 2011 at 4:18 pm

    i joined up being told i could ask for an instant refund & baloney, it took countless un-answered phone calls and finally talking to a live person took 5 more calls to get my scammed money back. they sold my phone number to countless other companies, and i keep getting numerous calls to join up to make money during supper time. kathy garcia is living in more then one city/state. hey it is your money,time, and frustration, it is at least an unethical company to deal with. i have joined other types of online businesses in the past year, but this is the worst. to your good luck, bill

  • Donald Taylor says:

    June 18th, 2011 at 7:09 am

    I have found that a lot of times things works for some people when it will not for others. I myself have been involved in things that just did not work for me,when it did for other people. It was my fault that it did not work for me, not the companies that is involved.This program looks good, and bad at the same time. The negitive things brings a question, who was at fault that the program did not work? The postive things, are these comments from people that the program has worked for, or people that are part of the scam making it look good? Time will tell the truth.


    simon nobody says:
    October 24th, 2011 at 6:47 pm

    I think you’re trying to be a bit too kind to them. Its a scam through and through and all the tactics are well known and sued repeatedly:

    1. Hidden monthly billing (often with charges appearing on your bank statement from different company names each time). yes- after the volume of complaints grows so big they either change the name of the product or drop the monthly charge….for a while.

    2. A stupidly short time to assess the product (usually something like 2 days/48 hours). NO reputable product gives you this short amount of time to assess something. The tactic is designed for one thing and one thing ONLY- getting money out of your wallet before you realize what’s happened.

    3. Trying to present what is affiliate marketing or Multi level marketing as ‘paid to place ads’ or ‘easy data entry’ with ‘guarnateed’ results. Or if not a ‘make money online’ product then mis representing the product in some other way.

    4. fake posts in blogs like this from the company or affiliates of the company pretending they are happy customers of the product. (Plus some poor deluded folk who have paid the money and still want to believe the product is going to help them)

    Its always the same. The company just does this for a while until the complaints get too much and then they change the name/packaging/ registered address and repeat the whole process over again.

    Its done in all types of areas such as ‘teeth whitening’ and ‘herbal supplements’ and all sorts of other stuff. The scam artists will never run out of markets. They keep doing it because there are always enough people to fall for it and it makes them a LOT of money.

    crucial steps:
    – read the terms and conditions EVERY WORD
    – If something promises you guaranteed riches ITS LYING
    – Do not accept anything less than a 30 day money back garantee on info/how to products

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    kool says:

    June 11th, 2011 at 6:15 pm

    I don’t know yet if this is a scam, but all indications are that it is. And if it’s not it’s so complicated that it would take me a month to understand it. I askes for a refund and I am contacting the credit card company to get my monies back!!!! Thx Never use your permenant credit card to purchase from the internet always use a prepay with only what you want to spend.

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    Sasha Kwapinski says:

    May 19th, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    $29.95 and nothing to show for it so far. No great loss, but I was initially led to believe that I would get something via e-mail or in print that I could read at my own pace, without any pressure. Instead I receive calls from fast-talking pushy sales reps, plus dozens of additional e-mails trying to get me to sign up for any number of other internet schemes. I hung up on the sales rep and didn’t pursue it any farther.

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    Earl says:

    April 30th, 2011 at 10:51 am

    I read this site before I bought but was not worried because of the money back guarantee. I have tried many make money online programs but this one has been the best.

    I am on every live weekly webinar and Love the training for a one time charge only. Did any of you people ever watch a webinar or be on one before you complained?

    There is one where one of the trainers shows you how someone is making $10,000 plus a month before your very eyes. I couldn’t believe it.

    I am making money posting ads and am ready to scale it up a notch. I love affiliate marketing. I felt obligated to stick up for Paid to Place because they have been a great company to work with.

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    pamib2 says:

    April 26th, 2011 at 12:52 pm

    Thanks everybody. I always thought these work from home jobs were always a scam. Paid to place almost got me but I always do my research which always leads me to the truth about the work from home jobs. I found one search that gives very detailed information about Paid to place being a scam, then you’re asked to click on their link at the bottom which takes you to another work from home scam (I forget the name of it). So people, I guess we just have to work the good ol’ fashion American way and get a real job! Stay away from the work from home jobs, they’re all scams.

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    Jim Bateman says:

    April 25th, 2011 at 4:40 pm

    I would like to be refunded any money that I have paid and stop the 39.00 per month charges. I don’t use this website as well as many others. It becomes very obvious that this is a scam and I will alert the bank to stop payment.

    Jim Bateman

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    Cynthia says:

    April 24th, 2011 at 4:42 am

    I am so glad I checked out the reviews. I almost reached for my credit card. But something told me do the research. You know people like this should be stopped from this kind of stuff. Is there any legit places to work from home.


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    Daryl Jonescheit says:

    April 23rd, 2011 at 5:45 am

    I’m glad I’m not as impulsive as I used to be. Ten years ago I would have reached for my credit card and lost some more money. Yes, I learned the hard way about being impulsive. Thanks so much for the personal input, I wish everyone well in getting their money back from this worthless scam.

  • Margo says:

    April 16th, 2011 at 4:16 pm

    Well I just got scammed. Should have read or checked out before doing this. PLEASE….PLEASE stop these people.

  • Jenn says:

    March 29th, 2011 at 8:53 am

    Thank you so much everyone for letting me know the truth about paid to place! I recently signed up. stupid me signed up without doing any research on it. luckily i was able to cancel my credit card before they charged anything to it. i can’t afford to have money lost, my husband and i have 5 children and he is the one working i stay home with the children i just thought this would be really nice to bring some extra money in the house so my husband didnt have to work so much. guess everything seems to good to be true. thanks for the heads up everyone and i pray no one else gets scammed by them. take care

  • don wilder says:

    March 28th, 2011 at 3:14 am

    Yah, I was suspicious and that’s why I went to Google to check this Paid to Place outfit out. Thanks to everyone
    for their information and feedback so that I didn’t get sucked into this con game.

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    Abbott says:

    February 27th, 2011 at 11:15 pm

    Thank you for letting desperate people know! We all need to make $$$, but NOT LOSE IT to scammers like these!

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    RJ says:

    February 26th, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    People, please please listen ,if you buy something that was sold to you under false pretenses you are 110% entitled to do a charge back , call your credit card company and demand they refund the money you spent as it was a fraudulent. As long as you buy something with a credit card or debit card (from a big bank) you are safe. It cost a credit card company over $2000 per person to get new clients, they will do what they can to keep you…meaning they will get your money back. Don’t take getting scammed by these morons, call your card company!!! Plus when you do a chargeback the scammer gets hit with extra big fees.


    Gene E says:
    May 12th, 2012 at 2:45 pm

    My credit card company CAPITAL ONE refused to give back my credit and has sent me a letter that they will no longer engage in any discussion regarding this action. MASTER CARD would not authorize CAPITAL ONE to give me credit for “Elite.CON” (that is the name of the scamming group) So CAPITAL ONE has lost one customer and many business enterprises a customer because I no longer have a CAPITAL ONE scam card. My question is “Why did CAPITAL ONE move their dispute arm to UTAH when the rest of CAPITAL ONE resides in Virginia?? Beware the crook from St Charles, UTAH.

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    SeknOtBdGyz says:

    February 24th, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    I’m lost, just left her site to check if it was a scam & I’ve heard yes it is & no it wasn’t.She was wanting $49.95 1 time charge.I went to click out a virtual (idiot) came on saying a special deal $29.95 & i asked “V” idiot if it was a 1 time charge & she couldn’t understand me.BUT Yes I would say it’s same as affiliating,I mean if you have to put a link to it it get tracked back to you.CORRECT. Another thing is if you’d click out of something there is usually a one time last offer & it’s cheaper.(so if U pay on the first offer you’ll never know if U could have gotten it CHEAPER) I’ve personally seen some for $497.00 & have gotten it for $47 & still found out it was CRAP… LOL I still can’t find anything that smells GOOD. Very little lost but all lessons are well EARNED LOL:) HAVE A GREAT DAY EVERYBODY :)

  • Ashjan says:

    February 16th, 2011 at 9:26 pm

    I do not know why I have this feeling that all the positive comments are sent by Paid to Place !!

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    scott says:

    December 28th, 2010 at 7:33 pm

    Dont do do it!
    I signed up five months ago. When I didn’t make any money with the paid to click section, I let myself get talked into the advanced training. I admit, I’m an idiot. I was going to have to set up offshore accounts, they were going to teach me secrets that google and yahoo were mad about them knowing. I even had to sign a confidentiality agreement not to share secrets I didn’t know I’d never learn. Thousands of dollars later, I haven’t made a dime, but I know how to use E-bay, something my wife learned for free.

    I’ve spent a lot of time on the forums. Kathy Garcia is never on. There’s always someone else answering her questions, saying she’s too shy to do it herself. Too shy to sit at the computer and answer a few questions?!

    Personally, I think Paid to Place made her up. I even paid extra, once again being the idiot I am, to download 4000 of her leads. They were useless.

    You people can do what you want, but take it from someone who lost thousands of dollars with these people, and I wasn’t looking for a get rich quick scheme, just something to replace my current income, find a different program!

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    Real says:

    November 9th, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    Thanks for the heads up info. I’m looking so hard to find a legitimate online job that’s safe and makes enough money to pay my bills. Not these 1ooo dollars a week scams, I’d like a job online that’s even minimum pay wage with no up front fees. Why is it when you go for an interview for a job that the interviewer doesn’t ask for money up front if they hire you for the job?

    That’s what gets me with all these businesses that all ask for money first, not after you tried their system to see if its feasible. I’ve been looking online for a job for about 2 years, some even use better business bureau to say they’re a legitimate business, then I do more investigating and find out its another scam. The government has to do a better job on screening these con artists before there’s nothing out there for people to rely on. These con artists and scams have to be caught and punish to at least 1o to 20 years in prison for taking hard earn dollars from the people. I know of some many people around my area that have been conned.

    Plus they’re even on selling sites like Ebay trying to sell vehicles for one third of the cost,but Ebay is starting to do a better job of catching these con artists.There’s a cesspool of these con artists and scams startin up everyday.

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    jeff m. says:

    October 4th, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    I signed up with Paid to Place less than a month ago and have no doubt that there are endless opportunities in this area for making money online. No scam, tons of educational materials,tutorial videos,weekly newbie calls,large Help staff to answer ques.I’ve been studying much of the materials and will soon begin my first campaign.I wish I was like ceecee above and had already made money,but due to my not being diligent enough I’m running behind.There’s nothing wrong with a continued monthly charge if your success offsets that. Anyone who knows about e-mail marketing can see huge potential in this program.Twitter, FB, google, get your piece of the pie now!!!


    Kat says:
    January 11th, 2012 at 12:47 pm


    simon nobody says:
    October 24th, 2011 at 7:19 pm

    You sound like you might actually be one of the poor souls who isn’t someone from the company pretending to be a customer. There’s no need to pay large monthly amounts to learn about affiliate marketing.

    You can go over to Affilorama and sign up for free lessons on affiliate marketing. There are paid options on the site but it is all made clear what you are paying for. Or You can get onto the 30 day challenge with Ed dale. A completelty free, no strings attached training program in affiliate marketing and building websites. Want to learn how to build websites and earn money from Google Ad-sense?- The Ad-sense 100k Blueprint course is held in high regard by thousands of people all giving GENUINE positive feedback. Want to learn how to make reasonable money from freelance writing?- go to Tiffany Dowe’s blog and get her ‘ghostwriting cash’ course. Both courses cost $40-60 for a ONE TIME fee. No hidden extras. All course mentioned are run by real, genuine bussiness people who’s names are known and respected.

    You’ll have to Google these names yourself and do a bit of research as I’m not going to hand it to you on a plate and don’t want to be accused of being an affiliate.

    There is no need to sign up to these crappy scam offers when so many fine, honest course are out there.

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    mr.T says:

    October 2nd, 2010 at 10:36 pm

    It is not hard to figure out after reading all the way to the bottom of their website that it is nothing more than a form of chain mail pyramid scam. One sends another an E-Mail saying don’t tell anyone about this ever. You sign up and send out the very same emails.

    TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE usually and most always means exactly that.

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    Earl says:

    September 23rd, 2010 at 12:32 am

    Wow! Sure are some contrasting opinions here. After the experience I have had with them (Cally in customer service is awesome). I actually received replies back to emails within hours on saturday and sunday.

    I really don’t see how if this was a scam they would be offering customer service on weekends. Anyway my two cents.


    Kat says:
    January 11th, 2012 at 12:51 pm

    Regarding your “two cents”, Have you even made that much money back!

  • Diane says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 6:53 am

    Thank you for pointing out the downfalls of this business. I was going to try them but I have major doubts now. Do you know of any good paid to place type company?

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    Roman Padgett says:

    September 12th, 2010 at 12:44 pm


  • Keisha Oberschlake says:

    September 7th, 2010 at 9:28 pm

    I give this site an excellent rating for warning people before they lose their money. I almost signed up for paid to place. I have four children and am about to lose my home so i can’t afford to b scammed. Thank you and God bless!!!

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    Irene P. says:

    September 4th, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    Hi, Thank you so much for this site. After reading the review and the fact you had a phone number and address, I actually called and spoke to a real person.

    They assured me with their refund policy so I went and tried it. With that said there is a monthly charge and I asked about that just as you mentioned. I will say the monthly charge includes weekly webinars, weekly newbie training calls and great customer support so far.

    I’m excited and will let you know how it goes.


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    ceecee says:

    September 4th, 2010 at 1:30 am

    I signed up with paid to place 2 weeks ago and I have already started making money with it, It is legit. It’s like the person who wrote the statement above said when when go to her click here link, she said you have to work at it and that anyone who thinks they are going to find something with out putting some effort in it had better stop now! That is true. If you put some effort in it then you might be surprised. The 39.95 charge is for the training they give you. Some companies will pay for your training and other you have to pay for. So I’m saying no, paid to place is not a scam!!

  • Marc says:

    August 30th, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    Thank you very much!
    If it wasn’t for you people wouldn’t have enough information about these scams sites. Now we have a way to protect ourselves.

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    Janell says:

    August 29th, 2010 at 7:37 pm

    Definitely a scam — because I have received nothing since I paid $ 18.95 at least 10 days ago. So, if they start charging $39.95 for 3 months after 14 days, look out !

  • tim gough says:

    August 22nd, 2010 at 12:42 pm

    good job!! I signed up for $9,95. got a phone call and told the caller I quit. now you’ve got me worried I’m going to find charges to my credit card. All in all, this is the best site I’ve ever found that explains how to avoid these vultures, thanks to you for the effort!
    tim gough


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