Creative Management Services Review

I was contacted by a woman named Courtney from CMS in late January 2020. I was told that I owed $359.40 for web hosting for the year 2019. That this website had been purchased by me through click bank. And that they had been trying to collect these fees for a year on a card that was used for purchasing the website (dailydealsdelivered.com) through click bank, wanted payment to bring account current before they would send my commission check. | I asked them why it took a year to contact me about the website if they had my contact info. The reply was that they generally do all communications by email and that payments were handled by a different department. My commission was supposed to be $3347. I was sent an email showing all the company info and contact details. | My affiliate #28955 and website address was given so I could look at website and see what I’ve earned. If you try to email CMS to address provided it’s undeliverable or call the number given its been disconnected. I have not received a check from this company. | I do dabble in online opportunities to make some income, so this sounded legit in the beginning. I was dumb enough not to fully check this company out and sent them the payment. Now I lost that money to these scammers.

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Name: Creative Management Services

Country: United States

State: Arizona

City: Phoenix

Address: 20 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 2200

Phone: 1-888-223-2931

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