Simply Same Day Reviews
39 ‘Simply Same Day’ Reviews
When i saw their advert, i thought wow, why not. but having mentioned forms and money, i knew straight away this was a scam! I left the website and when they emailed me saying they were discounting from £70 to £30 it confirmed my fears that they are real scammers. I feel sorry for people looking for jobs who will not be bothered to do enough research. Take care and keep the little money you have rather than give it away for free to such crooks!
Ok sounds like a scam. But what do you want money for nothing? The ideas great. I've got my own personal plates for not much money. For my little carpet business. And guess what I've had quite a few calls which have lead to work. MTA have given you the info to do it for yourself. There not gonna do the hard work for you. Its your business so do it for yourself. And who said information in free? I got it for £40 and my own little business has improved. If you just do a little homework and don't employ a hundred drivers and use loadsa companies that you can't make that promise to or you'll be in big trouble. Just find one company and don't ask for top dollar and just see if it works. When I hear everyone slagging off MTA. I think really your the one that needs to give it a chance £70 or £40 so what! A little layout. No one said life was easy and business sure ain't easy. What you gotta remember is the idea and how much to charge and how to go about it is great and simple. So all you lot that gave up after one day, where are you now?
Another scam along the lines of Simply Sameday and Moving Target, they promised courier work within four days for a payment of £9.95 which was supposed to be taken out out of your account after 14 days, they tried to take the money the next day, luckily there wasn't any money in the account and I have contacted the building society to be on the lookout for a payment to these people and to cancel payment.
Despicable people who prey on the unemployed who are desperate to find work!!
I have been contacted by all three of these companies and luckily, have not lost any money
Another subtle design of scammers! Let's say we paid them, got our hard earned money...so why won't the authority like the FSA penetrate the high street banking to trace all of those accounts? They say that we have the best regulated financial activities on this planet yet nothing absolutely standsout compare to the legitimate fly by nights account in HongKong and mainland China! Sort code and a/c numbers are provided so those victims should just go to the banks or whoever involves and trace it. It's digitally signed just like an assigned IP address.
They need to stop this as people can easily get with it so desperately because of this economic hardship. Please.
If you receive an email from this company `called MOVING TAGET`, DO NOT TOUCH THEM they are a scam company
Read all the literature on their website and when I got to the part that asked for £75 upfront, I smelt a rat
Did some more investigations and found out they are a bunch of CON ARTISTS
Do not send any money to this company, as you will get nothing in return
as with most of the above,this is just another scam.they print an "address" location in Aylesbury,Buckinghamshire.
A quick check with companies house shows they do not exist.
the "contact" number is a premium rate number,part of a batch operating other scams,such as "simply sameday"
don't touch Moving Target Advertising with a barge pole,its not "simply sameday",its simply yet another scam from the same scumbag who operates all the others.
why do these people think that im that dumb that im going to give you my money when i know its a scam plus when do you hear companys ask for money to do work.