Premier Design Group, LLC

This company from contacted me about starting an online niche marketing business. The fee was $6,500. They promised I would be making money within a few days. To make that money, I was told I needed to buy leads at $10.00 per lead. I was told that I was approved by one of my credit card companies I qualified for 400 leads and a second credit card company I qualified for 800 leads. Yes, that’s $12 grand. To get the money for the leads, they do a credit transfer of balance from your credit card company to the bank account of EBN Marketing out of Arizona. P They do a 3-way call to your credit card company. Your credit card company processes the transfer with your permission. The credit card company processes the transfer as a cash transaction thus charging you a high interest rate and a 4 – 5% or more fee on the amount being transferred. The money is transferred into an account owned by EBN Marketing not Premiere Design Group out of Ohio. Thankfully I was able to work with my banks and had the transactions stopped. I had new credit cards issued to me. Also, if you look up Premiere Design Group, LLC out of Ohio on Google, nothing comes up. If you get a call from someone at Premiere Design Group, tell them you know about their scam and hang up.. I demand Full money back. Stay away

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