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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against at


Business Details –

  • Name:
  • Address: Estate Enighed
  • City:
  • State: KS
  • Phone: +1 844-662-3787
  • Website:
  • Reported Loss: 500 $
  • Severity of Scam: High


Original Complaint against published at says, verbatim –


I got a call from Utah and a woman left a message on my voice mail saying that I can earn $25 to $55 in an hour through their website. The call was from 1-801-396-7200. The call was to make money from home by doing some basic stuffs.She also added that there were 23 positions left in my area and I would be missing a great deal if I delayed joining. I am sure she must have told the same number to other guys she would have called.So, I did return the call and as I was sceptical, I got nothing. The phone beeps for few seconds and then disconnects itself. So, the checked their website ( The website starts with the big add on the top of the page saying that those are the featured work from home opportunities and there are few networks. When I tried to click on the icons, it got me nowhere. Those where some static images and surely was not worth checking.I was asked to enter my name and email address and below that there was an income disclaimer. How many companies that you know practice these things on their website? I know none of the companies doing so. I clicked on the disclaimer and it talked about MOBE. The problem with the website was that the bottom most section was completely blank with nothing clickable. The website also states about one more link on their website which is weird. Later, they have mentioned that people can start earning $500 starting from the day of registration through some simple steps.So, I entered my name and email address. They had the field for phone number and it was not mandatory. So, I left it blank. But, when I tried to click on the go button, it prompted me to enter the phone number before proceeding.I did enter all the information. So, now, the page started searching for the left positions in my area. The question is how they knew where I stayed. After searching for few seconds, the page tells me that the there were 9 positions left for applying,The website claims that I will be earning $20 per link posting on the internet. That’s it. It was so easy or at least they tried to make it sound that easy.And, then the final bait. Asking for payment before proceeding to register. I have not known a website that does it. Have you ever known a legitimate business that asks for money to hire you? Whichever company does it, is a is a fraud website and MOBE too has been reported so many times for scams. These two are same scam and would get you into paying for nothing. They have these fake examples and untruthful videos featuring imaginary names with people who would say anything for money.I am not in favor of joining such scam ever. This company is freaking hilarious.

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