Simply Same Day Reviews
39 ‘Simply Same Day’ Reviews
The vehicles shown on their website are also fake. I have been a courier for over 20 years and been delivering all over the country but I have never seen any vehicles with a Simply SameDay logo. Those pictures are probably just copyed from autotrader.co.uk and logos are probably Photoshop edited in to them.
I speak to large legal firms every day(some of them book 1,000's of deliveries every day) and none of them have ever booked a job with simply sameday.
If make inquiries with simply sameday, you will get an email saying they have 2 vacancies available Its a standard email they probably send to 1000 people every day to get £75 in cash out of you.
Its a con to get money for nothing(they probably don't even declare the £75 to the Inland Revenue). They are con-men and should be locked-up.
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As a Moving Target Advertising agent you would be paid in advance as is standard in the advertising industry. These would be differing amounts depending how often and how many plates that you would display for the customer. Our role is to supply full instruction and training we also supply a database of customers. Our marketing strategy is unique and is gleaned from years of experience, it works and it works well. On average you can earn in excess of £1500 per week, in addition to this if you utilise other peoples vehicles then this amount can increase further, I.e. sub contract.
Regarding the income for you, well that virtually happens straight away and as with all advertising it is always paid in advance, this can either be in cheque form however the most common method is direct transfer into your account. The role can be done on a full or part time basis however the minimum that you would need to work would be approx. 8 hours per week.
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Moving Target Advertising
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Barclays House, Gatehouse Way,
asking for £39.95 upfront...
Why invest in to a company if you have no idea about your returns? They are genuine courier companies out there but simply someday is not one.
The real ones will show you the real pickups and drops as it happens and will be more than happy to talk to you on a real phone-line.
The stuff the con men don't tell you is:
To insure a car for courier work will cost £2500 per year + good in transit insurance up to value of £10,000(if you don't have those, the police have the powers to take away your car and crush-it plus give 6 points on your licence and a massive fine).
The petrol will cost on average of £100 per week.
You have never done this type of work before, forget it.
It is not a courier company but it is a bed&breakfast hotel, he is conning people to keep his hotel is business. All your £75 will be doing is paying off the debts of that hotel. He is not getting my £75 - i'm not a bank or a charity.
I recieved an e mail from James Barker asking if i was interested in courier work as there were some vacancies where i lived and in the mail it stated in capital red letters, Please Note:We do not have registration or subscription fees and all payments to us are done on a comission basis, based on work that you do. If you dont do the work you dont owe us anything.
i duly filled in the application and vacancies were confirmed.Guess what one of the paragraphs clearly contradicts his original email by stating,
Simply Sameday makes its money by charging a fee of £75 to use our service for 3 months at a time. This figure stays the same irrespective of how much work that you take from us. Once your 3 months are completed you can remain with us or decide to leave (Most Stay!)
Call me sceptical but i quickly changed my mind and googled reviews only to find i was probably right to not sign up.
SIMPLY SAME DAY IS SIMPLY A CON! PLEASE DO NOT FALL FOR IT!
It's a pity I didn't see this information before! They are definitely scam artists, I've given them £75.00 to activate the account and I decided to get a refund on the same day once I found out how much the insurance was, and no one has been answering my emails.
The phone number they give always says you have to wait ten minutes, I let the phone ring and it got disconnected after 7 minutes.
There is NO company address, NO way of physically speaking to anybody, and apparently No real jobs!
Need to take action on this company!!!!!!
I HAVE WRITTEN TO WATCHDOG, they will get their comeuppance!
The FAKE sales person on the CHAT link is now VINCENT!
From reading these reviews the fee has gone from £50 to £75 they are seriously taking the piss......... but Karma is a Bitch and what goes around comes around. They may think they are invincible, but they will get what is coming to them!!!!!
Just to let everyone know who has fallen for this scam. Searches for the locations of where these crooks operate from has been located successfully. These details HAVE been passed to the Police, Trading Standards and HMRC for further investigations. Also, a "national newspaper" were also very interested in this information - so hopefully these crooks will be exposed to the public in due course. Also, if they are caught....sorry, WHEN they are caught and hopefully prosecuted (as what they are doing is illegal) everyone who has been robbed of their hard earned money will be able to file a claim for refund and compensation.