Wholesale Match.com

Wholesale Match.com The Shipper Failure to Provide Services as Promised and Expected–Part of FLS/Ivy Capital, BDD -No Results Orem, Utah – Wholesale Match aka The Shipper will not respond to me after I have requested a refund | of my money for use of their services to find a wholesale supplier. Wholesale Match.com is involved with Fortune Learning | System's "coaching" sessions. Business was not achieved according to the expectations given by Forturne Learning and Business Development Divisions (both affiliates). | I have requested refunds from both FLS & BDD, (complaints are pending). Therefore, | no , | no need for Wholesale Match which was a part of the FLS program. I did | not use their services after "coaching was completed, and notified them I wanted the program canceled. They did not provide a list of good suppliers and I researched and found my own wholesale drop shipper. They provided a list of names, some of whom had never heard of WholesaleMatch and did not provided the drop shipping services I requested. | I have no need for their services since I do not have a business. I do not | have a | because services were not provided that was expected upon enrollment. | FLS and Wholesale Match are both owned by Steven Sonnenberg. Does that | tell you anything? I have requested a refund from all involved in this money/business scam! I hope that | no one elsegets involved with theirdeceptive sales and promises. No one | will return my e-mails now that I am demanding a refund. Wholesale Match should do the right thing and refund my money ASAP. They are all owned/affiliated by the same people and need to be stopped from their deceptive sales ploys and business practices. | I will pursue whatever means are necessary to get a refund of the money invested with the businesses involved…FLS/ICI Success, BDD, Wholesale Match.com…I am not going away without a fight. You need to give my money back and all others who have been deceived by your companies. | | |

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