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Their site servers continue to suck = missed opportunities to bid = lost money = stupid for everyone.


Not only that, Fiverr's current Terms of Service prohibits you from contacting your credit card company to dispute the charge (this is not legal or legitimate - you may contact your credit card company to dispute whenever you want). If you do, Fiverr will attempt to automatically keep your money to "protect" their sellers. In the meantime, Fiverr's "resolution department" puts it back you to resolve issues with the seller, who failed to be open about what is actually provided and how it will be completed by YOU, while refusing to honestly address your resulting questions. This may be fine for low-cost services, not for the nearly $250 I paid. Another thing I noticed, is that you can't contact every seller (some have Contact Me buttons, some do not) with questions until after you pay, which by then, may be too late. You may want to find another similar company with solid ratings to help you.
Super Affiliate System (rebranded From Internet Jetset System)

Super Affiliate System (rebranded From Internet Jetset System)

Super Affiliates System does not honor their 30-day no questions asked trial period. My experience was crickets after making my refund request five days after signing up, as well as to my followup request, despite a support ticket. So true, there's no questions...nor a refund. Contact your credit card company if you need to. In the meantime, SAS will be sitting on your hard-earned money for the next 60 days while your credit card company investigates. Look online for their 30-day guarantees and make a copy for your credit card company in case they ask. Also, just a few days after logging in, I immediately started receiving many calls for coaching, legal and accounting services. They are pretty inquisitive about your current financial situation, claiming that they need to know you're a fit for their expensive coaching (that they can't tell you about) and that they would want your testimonial if you're successful. Also mixed messages and attempts to instill doubt that the Crestani online course isn't enough depending on who calls you. These people claim to be from his office, yet their email addresses don't match. "Shady" is what comes to mind. Too bad since this looked like an otherwise possible course; although it was too soon to tell before I had enough of the constant up-selling before asking for a refund. Not sure what the course is called either, it has different names on the login dashboard - imjetset, SAS 3.0, etc. There's a different program called Super Affiliate Network, if you're looking for reviews, which is completely separate. Hope this helps you avoid some pitfalls in your online affiliate journey.

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