Wednesday, September 12, 2007
PayPal Wants To Hear From You!
UPDATE - Thanks to Kimkins Exposed for this additional info:
If you paid more than 45 days ago, call 1-402-935-2050 or email by going to the bottom of the page, click About Us, click Contact Us, click Customer Support Inquires, click through online form to complete!
If you purchased your membership to Kimkins.com using the PayPal online payment method, and have not received your e-book or have been banned from the website or are in any other way unhappy with Kimkins, please contact PayPal!
Log into your PayPal account and click on "Resolution Center". From there, click on "Report a Problem" and enter in all of the information from your transaction.
Refund is not guaranteed, as the investigations are ongoing, but the time to file your complaint is now.
Posted by Kimkins Dangers at 2:14 PM
2 comments: tiredofscams said...
Disgruntled customers--please do this!
Even if you think you won't get a refund, it's important for Paypal to have your negative comments/feedback to keep on file on Kimkins account.
So, money aside...speak up as a concerned consumer and let your voice be heard--don't let others make the same mistake you unwittingly made!
September 12, 2007 2:31 PM
Jimmy Moore said...
Now she’s encouraging her members to create a blog to drum up support:
This just came in my e-mail box today:
To generate additional income as an affiliate, you can create a blog.
A “Blog”, short for weblog or web log, is an online diary or journal that is published on the Web for everyone to read. The activity of updating a blog is “blogging” and one who keeps a blog is a “blogger.”
Most blogs are updated daily using software that allows one with little or no technical background to update and maintain the blog.
The subject of your blog is endless. You may want to write about your daily life, sports, dating, retirement or talk about your favorite foods or recipes. The subject is completely up to you.
Placing Kimkins banners or text ads on your blog is an effortless way to build extra sales. Eventually you will build a readership (and maybe make some new friends along the way!)
There are numerous websites on the Internet where a blog can be created. Some you pay for and some are free!
Some affiliates are marketing through offline methods and have asked about getting a blog. Look for our next e-mail that explains how simple it can be to set up your own free blog.
THANKS for your continued hard work on behalf of Kimkins! We’re amazed at your creativity!
September 13, 2007 9:52 AM