Web Local Marketing - Scam, False Advertising, Bait and Switch Fort Lauderdale Florida

Tarzana, California 0 comments

Web Local Marketing is a rip-off. These guys are not even Google certified.

They will build a horrible cookie cutter website and then bill you a huge amount monthly for nothing. Just look at their no frills website and you will see that even for themselves they don’t go the extra mile. No results, nothing. Then they will tell you that this takes time so they can continue ripping you off month after month after month.

Do yourself a favor and find a real company that has experts who know their work well. This company is like amateur hour at the comedy club!!!


Don’t make the same mistake and give them your money. You will only be buying disappointment.

Review about: Internet Service.

Monetary Loss: $2000.

Web Local Marketing - Scam, False Advertising, Bait and Switch Fort Lauderdale Florida

Los Angeles, California 1 comment

I own an architectural firm in California and I have had a few experiences with these so called publications. A few years ago I was contacted by County Cub Life (www.countryclublife.com) .

I signed up with the company and ran a full page ad in their magazine. I figured what harm could it do? A few months passed and I never received my promised edition of the magazine. I called them on numerous occasions and complained and I was told that they were late getting the magazine out.

I finally received a copy 8 months later, well after the summer golf season. It was nothing like what I had been told it would be. I was a small booklet filled with old plagiarized articles and 80 percent of it was ads, in sum it was a coupon book. I went to the clubs on the list they gave me armed with my booklet and what I found was even more astonishing.

The affluent clubs on the list stated that they “never” accept free publications like what I had shown them. Only one public club confirmed that they had received a box of magazines similar to my example and it had “maybe 50 copies” Not the thousand that was promised to every club. I attempted to reverse the charges on my credit card but the six month deadline had passed so I was scammed out of my $800. The reason I am writing this is I am committed to informing the public about these scams.

I do this because just the other week I was contacted by “The Country Club Magazine”, www.clubadvertising.com. The pitch sounded familiar so I looked at the website. It was exactly the same as the previous website that I was scammed from (see above). The same magazine as well.

Apparently they ran into legal problems, changed the name of the website and started up again. Do a search for scams and rip-off reports for the countyrclublife.com and you will find what you are looking for. During my search I also found that they are also scamming people with Google adwords and adsense at http://weblocalmarketing.com/ All three websites listed this address as their headquarters: 401 East Las Olas Boulevard, Suite 130-238, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301. Who know what else they are into.

I did notice that their website says they are the exclusive publishers of “Reaching the Green” magazine. I will look into that as well and inform you in my next update.

It upsets me greatly that these companies are allowed to continue just by changing the name of their website. I will continue to pursue this until they are closed for business!!!

Review about: False Advertising.

Monetary Loss: $800.


Los Angeles, California, United States #699745

You would think that an architect would have at least a high school education and know how to punctuate correctly. I hope he didn't design the building that I'm in.

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