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LinkWheel.net Scam Micheal Smith MetaFever.com

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by smokepower, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. smokepower

    smokepower Newbie

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    This is a update to my LinkWheel.net services, I was wrong about them and said some bad things but in the end I got my Linkwheel and they worked hard on it. I was left in the dark for a while but for good reason, they had some big changes in the company and my order was lost.
    Micheal Smith is a fair person and gave a full refund after I blasted him about everything. He had no idea and I thought I was being scammed the whole time but in the end I was not being scammed, I had just been lost in the move, I now recommend LinkWheel.net and can say they do follow through.
     
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  2. DrJekyll

    DrJekyll Senior Member Premium Member

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  3. StationMate

    StationMate Newbie

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    Honestly, it's not worth paying for - link wheels are really easy to do. It just takes time and a bit of smarts to put together. You don't need anything special, and I'm in the works of creating a more elaborate one that would cost me upwards of $500 to create if I were to pay for it.

    It requires planning and I mean actually sitting down and charting it out properly. But of course I'm overly paranoid and I'm trying to differentiate each spoke enough to go undetected.