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Fuck Brring.com

Discussion in 'The Shit List' started by morework, Dec 4, 2007.

  1. morework

    morework Registered Member

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    these bastards want to pull some type of stunt and not pay me.
    there talking about fraudulent behavior.
    i want to fight these people what are my options?

    man i worked my ass off advertising this bullshit. what can i do? i feel so cheated. the terms of service say nothing about fraud in it

    http://www.brring.com/tos.php
    terms of service there is nothing there about fraud,etc,etc .
     
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  2. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    perhaps if you can explain more about what you were supposed to do, and what you actually did, we could understand something and help you.
     
  3. Diabolik

    Diabolik Newbie

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    Normally they don't have to mention the fact that they don't have to pay you when you're guilty of fraud in their TOS...it's kind of a given.
     
  4. xXKingdom_SEOXx

    xXKingdom_SEOXx BANNED BANNED

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    LOL, you were literal and because of the absense of it went on and commited fraud, OMG LMAO, tonight is to funny dude! /screams = STOP CRAKING ME UP!
     
  5. xXKingdom_SEOXx

    xXKingdom_SEOXx BANNED BANNED

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    seriously give us some information, and we can evalutate and give you options.
     
  6. morework

    morework Registered Member

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    i am not stating i did fraud. i am just saying what term they are trying to get me with.
    the number was posted in tons of sites no telling who called.

    but these people are trying to rip me off.
     
  7. brwipens

    brwipens Regular Member

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    It's legally assumed that fraud or any criminal activity violates any TOS, whether it is specifically mentioned in writing. Kind of the same as the TOS doesn't mention that it's not OK to put a gun to someone's head and make them call your Brring number.

    what EXACTLY were you doing? Some of us are promoting our Brring numbers and doing all kind of shit and obviously we'd like to get paid by them. Were just putting the number all over the place on sites or were you doing something like calling your own number repeatedly from another phone? etc. etc??
     
  8. trumpinc2000

    trumpinc2000 Registered Member

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    Yes, I would like to know the circumstances as well. I got paid by them already. Also, how many accounts did you promote? I have spread the accounts out to well over 10 and have been promoting it that way. This way there is not so many calls on just one number. I am sorry to hear about that.
     
  9. clopper

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    Morework, why don't you just post a copy of the email they sent you? That way we can all read it to help you out and make sure we don't fall prey to it.
     
  10. pete070

    pete070 Newbie

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    i think the way you get the N? to convert is to get them to call you more then once. from what i can conclude is that any new number that calls you gets a N? and if they call you a second time then thats when it converts
     
  11. brwipens

    brwipens Regular Member

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    I think you're right because I noticed that also. Fortunately, the CL personal ads I'm using seem to attract people so interested that even after making the first call and getting an ad followed by "this mailbox is full," they call right back 10mins later.
     
  12. xoskills

    xoskills Newbie

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    I posted this in another thread, so I'll recap here. I have put in a support request with them basically asking their position on high volume calls (weaved a respectable story around it for them). I still see this as a viable method to generate a great income, but certainly something you plan out and execute, not something you just dump into with your eyes closed and hope for the best.
     
  13. Rocmp3

    Rocmp3 Newbie

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    Briing.com sounds Interesting I might give it a shot... is it worht it?
     
  14. xXKingdom_SEOXx

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    now i understand, i was an inch away into investing into that company, im moving a mile back.
     
  15. xXKingdom_SEOXx

    xXKingdom_SEOXx BANNED BANNED

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    they expect us NOT to be able to bring in alot of people, so thats why they want to talk shit when we earn high dollars. Just like Adsense, thats why im not even into them PPC/pay per call blah blah.
     
  16. pete070

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    did you ever recive any feed back from brring on high volume calls?
     
  17. morework

    morework Registered Member

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    fuck brring.com they are liars..the don't expect high calls.so when you make to much they fuck you.
     
  18. EricB2007

    EricB2007 Newbie

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    I ran a Brring Campaign and cashed out at a mere $60 once I heard from some other folks who were given the "Fraud E-mail" like you. Apparently, there was no warning, contacts, or E-mails prior to them banning the account. They simply sent an E-mail, claiming fraud due to the dollar amount on the account, and then implemented a ban.

    It seems like an awefully convenient way of not paying their affiliates, if you ask me. If they do it to too many legitimate affiliates, they can quickly have a class-action on their hands.

    Anyway, I've "Cashed Out" 3 weeks ago now and still haven't seen a check. Honestly, I am not holding my breath with Brring.
     
  19. Devian

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    Well, I had close to $400 in my Brring accounts (Around $370 to be exact)...I received an email from them asking why I had such high call volume and was accused of having an Autodailer...I emailed them back, received no reply...The next day I tried to login to my Brring account and my account had been deleted...

    I'd definitely stay far away from them!
     
  20. rahizzle21

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    mods I would like to point out that I typed in "Brring.com" on Google and this thread was #5 on page 1 of the SERP. So hopefully you guys might want to stop that spider from crawling here or maybe we should start talking in code. lol.