Breakout Incomes Reviews – Legit or Scam?

 


Breakout Incomes
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Breakout Incomes

 

Breakout Incomes is another make money online course developed by Pro Advantage 90. Just like with their previous course, Power Seller Secrets, this one also focuses on earning an income as a drop shipper working on eBay.

For this new product they are using a virtually identical sales page and making the same exaggerated promises of easy wealth. They claim that you can make up to $379 a day working only for one hour. On top of that they falsely make you believe that the program is only limited to 15 people per city.

There are other examples of these types of exaggerations found throughout the page and they’re all used to make you believe that this is a very simple endeavor that requires absolutely no experience or any kind of special skills.

So is Breakout Incomes a Scam?

The opportunity that they are offering you is not a scam. Drop shipping is a legitimate business and allows you to market products on online auctions without actually having to store or ship the items. While this is definitely convenient it also means that the drop shipper, in this case mydropshipclub.com, is cutting into your profits.

The other difficulties with running a drop shipping business is that you are competing on a global scale, and with so many competitors selling the exact same products the winner is always the one that can offer the product at the lowest price.

This business can be profitable but you need to make sure to learn as much as you can about it and understand what you need to do in order to make it work. In most cases it requires extra effort and going above and beyond what your competition is doing.

Some Things to Watch Out For…

Breakout Incomes does offer a money back guarantee but you need to make sure that you have met their requirements in order to qualify.

In order to be eligible for the Money Back Guarantee, the customer must have logged into the system, and must contact us within their 7 day evaluation period.

Also keep in mind your evaluation period starts the moment your payment goes through. If you need to reach customer service their listed number is: 1(888)-702-7632 and email address is: support@proadvantage90.com.

Finally, you can expect to receive a call from a “business consultant” as part of your free consultation with a Power Seller Expert. In many cases companies like Breakout Incomes sell leads to third party coaching businesses who’ll try to sell you their services at costs in the several thousands.

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Average Rating for " Breakout Incomes " is 1.08 out of 5 based on 36 reviews.

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    Nicole says:

    August 6th, 2012 at 10:45 am

    This company is a SCAM. I bought the product online only for them to charge me $99 instead of the advertised $59. I emailed customer service right away without a reply. Contacted via telephone without success. I then received a call from another company that works with them that stated that if invested 5,000 (minimum) this at home business would flourish. I informed them there was no mention of this and if so I would not have purchased. I was able to finally reach the company and spoke to an individual named Mariah. I informed her what had occurred. She put me on hold to speak to a supervisor and informed me that I would be refunded. I gave it 4 wks but still no refund on my credit card. When you call the company it is very difficult to reach someone during their advertised business hours. I emailed Mariah but with no reply. I reached someone today and was told that now my requested refund is out of the 30 day period and and Mariah no longer works there and she did not document anything in regards to a refund. I’m assuming her putting me on hold to speak to a supervisor was a lie or the individual I spoke to today was lying. The supervisor whom got on the phone was not professional, and he sounded like the agent I spoke to that was rude (requested a supervisor) I told them that I would forward emails from Mariah but they said emails were easy to change dates on so they would not take that. I also suggested that they could check her emails since she was an employee there but they refused. Beware of this company : FRAUDULENT

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    samrter than them says:

    June 27th, 2012 at 12:45 pm

    I was scammed several years ago so I have learned to check with the BBB first then give any personal info. I believe if any company is legit it would not mind calling you back in as little as 20 minutes to give you time to check the BBB website as well as the website they claim to be from . So the lady that spoke with me didn’t say she would call back and seemed quiet disappointed that I chose not to jump on this ” chance of life time ” opportunity. LOL jokes on them when I did decide to check out their “so called website” this is what I found . Ty all for having shared your story . I am sorry for your loses . Hope that you will all receive your refunds. Hopefully you can take some condolence in knowing that your posts here made at least one person “ME” know that I did the right thing by checking them out first .

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  • Alice says:

    June 25th, 2012 at 8:18 pm

    They claim a 30 day, money back, no questions asked guarentee. This is completely false advertising because to receive a refund, you are required to provide a detailed explanation. They also state that not all refunds are honored depending on the reason.

    They also threatened me that they would pursue legal action if I pursued a refund and disputed the charge with my credit card company, and happened to receive both. I had not even mentioned a dispute in my phone conversation. The representative requested that dealt only with them and not the credit card company. I believe this was because they would be able to give me the run around until after the refund period, if I was even able to speak to a representative again. It took me three calls, after waiting at least 20 minutes per call to actually speak with someone. I finally disputed the claim with the credit card company. I certainly have more faith in them than ProAdvantage Systems/Breakout Incomes.

    I am very frustrated in myself to have fallen for this “product”.

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  • ADE says:

    June 25th, 2012 at 5:06 pm

    I was just looking for more information on the Breakout Incomes when I stumbled on this website. I feel very sorry for the people who’s been swindled by these fraudsters.

    They’re so clever, there is little you can do as they often disguise and create one fraudulent scheme after the other. These are internet criminals who make working from home and online business a dreadful affair.

    My take on it all is that we all need to be cautious and get educated. The internet has come to stay, and a lot of people are unaware of the possible schemes that can happen through it. When I read their salesletter, I was excited. However, having bought schemes upon schemes in the past, I acted differently.

    I needed their contact details and the details supplied on their website didn’t work. No responsible online marketer would disguise their contact detail – not when you have such a successful salespitch as theirs.

    I tried to opt-out, and the discount started and I knew from experience something must be wrong somewhere. My latest action is to ask them for a Review Copy hoping to test it out as I also am an online marketer.

    However, I don’t just recommend things to my list of subscribers unless I can vouch for the claims made by the product owners. I recognize that this comes from experience, and in the next couple of days, I am going to give out a list of things anyone can look out for before buying from such bogus claims in the future.

    I am going to put the information on a blog for anyone to comment and hopefully it would help to reduce the rate at which such miscreants create unwarranted difficulties among unsuspecting people – Anyone could have been caught by their scheme!

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    Shirley says:

    June 23rd, 2012 at 12:50 pm

    Oh no, they have my $99. I was so stupid to fall for this. This guy Dale just called and asked all kinds of questions. Wanted to talk to my husband, who doesn’t know anything about it. I guess I’m out the $99 and to hear that they probably have hacked into my address book just makes me boil. No wonder I got this from someone I barely know. That person doesn’t even know that it was sent under their name and email address. I will call and report this creep to the Federal Trade Commission and also the FBI on the internet.

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    Worst experience ever says:

    June 21st, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    This site is a huge scam. I got a call from my mother about an email she got from my grandma I checked my email I had the same email as well, so I opened it looked into it and when I seen a woman from my area was making big money I thought how cool but I seen it was 99 dollars so I decided not to do it. Well I got a call the next day stating we can give you this for just 27 dollars so I talked to my mother and we decided to do it. Well I finished there tutorial and got to the end and it was just about me putting more and more money out there and then the sight wouldnt work and I googled it to find this site. Omg I am so upet I wish I found this site before I did this but I thought my grandma sent it so it must be good, boy was I wrong I called the number back that called me well surprise surprise that number said no one was available to talk leave a message so I called the 188-652-7632 number waited like 20 minutes to talk to someone they guy asked for my area code and I asked him why is it that the number that called me earlier today isn’t working the phone got staticky and then he hung up on me. These people need shut down and caught. I now have to change my email address and plan on changing my phone number I can see they are hacking my computer because anything I try and do goes to a page saying loading and the link shows as this #pid=1&id=gbsf&parent= and thats all it shows. Now I have to be worried because they have my address as well as my mothers because she paid for it.

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  • fell for it says:

    June 15th, 2012 at 8:15 pm

    got a mail from my trusted previous boss asking me to check a news/ particular website out,i should have know that it was a scam.paid $99.00 through debit card.am sure i cant get the money back.wicked people

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    Retaliation says:
    June 20th, 2012 at 11:59 am

    Dear fell for it, I too experienced the same through a friend’s email and paid the $99. You are correct in that these people are wicked and feed on the desperation of people who are unemployed and looking for a way to have an income. I have one word for them: despicable! For all of the people that have been scammed by them, here are a few things you can do to help shut them down and possibly get monetary reimbursement. Call the Federal Trade Commission at 877-382-4357 and file a complaint. These people are very nice and I have called on them before regarding fraud from big corporations (banks). They don’t play around and if they get enough similar complaints against a corporation or entity, they will investigate and prosecute. Trust me on this: a company does not want to be on their bad side!! Another agency is the Internet Fraud Commission: www.IC3.gov. You can file a complaint with them as well. It is time we all band together and shut these people down and fight back. That is the only way to stop them! Good luck to everyone!

  • Fay says:

    June 15th, 2012 at 4:58 pm

    Almost got sucked into it. It’s a good thing I listened to my boys not to sign up this was a SCAM.. . .

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  • Patricia says:

    June 15th, 2012 at 12:57 pm

    Scam , I talked to Blake Maloney who said go to rend request.com to get form for refund. No such place and if anyone does get any info please share

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    Zheena says:

    June 15th, 2012 at 9:16 am

    If you intend to truly use this system and you’re computer and internet savvy good luck to you as I had difficulty in every aspect of this system. I am having difficulty getting my money back for the membership I had paid when enrolling into this system. It has been over 21 days and I have yet to receive my refund. Initially when I had cancelled within the 30 day trial period they advised me that it would only take 6 business days to get my refund. On my third call of inquiring I spoke to a Supervisor then advised that it would take 21 days. It has has been a total of 25 days and I am still as I add this review have not received my refund.

    I do not suggest this website at all.

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    Lori says:
    July 18th, 2012 at 9:54 pm

    If you charged it your Credit Card Co will help you of you call them.

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    G Singh says:

    June 14th, 2012 at 4:47 am

    These scum are (1) liars. (2) fraudsters and (3) criminals. It is illegal to hack into other people’s email.

    Has anyone a phone number of theirs that DOES work without endless delay, hang on, leave a message etc? I want to relieve my feelings by telling some of their does

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    Robert says:

    June 13th, 2012 at 9:39 pm

    Total scam I lost my money and they are using email for spam. You cant even log in to the site their support email is bogus

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    Steph80 says:

    June 11th, 2012 at 6:03 pm

    Dam it I wish I found this before I singed up last Thurs! I checked the BBB and didn’t see anything on there about them! But I got a call today from a guy there and he wanted more funds from me bottom line!! Says he’ll call me back in 30 days to see if I would have it! Ummm nope I wont! Im now starting to get a refund!! I hope I do!! Cuz for my family thats alot of cash to lose out on!!

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  • pister says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 1:51 pm

    this thing is a total scam. It is a shame that the police cannot come in and put some order into the situation. These people..Break out Incomes ..have hacked into my e-mail adress book…sent everyone an exciting letter about this golden opportunity…it is a complete scam. they have even caused family disturbances as one brother got highly agintated thinking I was inviting him in for a scam. I would sue the company if I knew how…they are criminals…

    pister

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    PR says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 11:28 am

    I received a forwarded email from my mother who received an email from one of her close friends. She wanted me to check it out first. I wish I never clicked on the link because now I think they may have hacked my email and facebook page. I had my FB on a security lock so whenever I logged on it always asked for me to verify where I was logging in. When I logged on after I stupidly signed up for this dumb company they hacked my security settings on FB! I immediately deleted my email contacts in my email list so they don’t get spammed! I also changed my passwords so that they can’t continue to hack my email and Facebook page! I just hope people (my friends and family) don’t get spammed by me! ARGH! Thank you to the comments below for making me AWARE of this hoax and scam! All the best to those trying to get money back from those lying thieves!

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    MIKE PALM SPRINGS says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 11:14 am

    I was suspect when i read the ad on the internet and did not finish the application. I did get a call the next day from their rep dropping the price to $27.00. I said what the heck and signed up for that price.
    My card was charged immediately! Later that afternoon my computer was hacked and my email contact list were copied and emails using my name were sent to all of my contacts. It also added approximately 12 names to my email list! I had to send an email to all of my contacts warning them not to open the link. (i used the subject line with my message) once you open it they hack your email address and so on. My fire wall stopped 20 of the their emails resulting in 20 “mailer damon” on my inbox.
    I should have known better, especially noticing that the hick that called me had not finished the 5th grade. She then put her “supervisor” on the line, who sounded like she had not bothered to even complete to the 1st grade,. The supervisor labored through all my questions and assured me that the site was “secure”.
    I ended up having to change my email address to stop the vicious circle of emails. From now on i will get reviews before i get scammed like this again.

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    Lori says:
    July 18th, 2012 at 9:52 pm

    Same thing happened to me – my entire contact list was compromised and I had to change my e-mail address, etc. Even my church got the e-mails!!! You’d think as old as I am I would know better by now – I called them and told them I thought it was a scam and I called my CC but to no avail. To late. Wish I found this site first! Oh well – live and learn and one more scammer wins!!

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    jayp says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 11:06 am

    I fell for this scam as it was sent to me by a very close friend in email. You’ll need to go through your banks claims department immediately to get your money back as the company does not answer phones or respond to emails. Good luck.

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    Chris says:
    June 10th, 2012 at 7:45 pm

    Yes, that is exactly what happened to me! I read this review because I thought,”If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.” Point Proved.

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    Almost fell for it says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 9:23 am

    Thank you to everyone on this site (with the exception of sale pro). Someone hacked into my moms email account and sent the message to me. I almost signed up for it but called my mom first. She advised that I contact Clark Howard to make sure it was legitimate. While waiting for their response i googled the company and found your reviews. Thank you for saving me $99. And sale pro, if you’re the only one on this review site that proclaims to have made money off of drop shipping, maybe you’re the whack person hacking into our email accounts stealing everyone’s money!!

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    disgusted says:

    June 6th, 2012 at 4:50 pm

    I have been confronted with all the bad experiences already listed – don’t understand how these people can live with the guilt of doing what they do. I did call the Federal Trade Commission at 877-382-4357 and plan on filing a scam report with FBI too at www.ic3.gov, hopefully if enough people do this – people like this can be gotten rid of. DON’T FALL FOR IT – IT IS A LOT OF AGGRAVATION.

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    Barnes says:

    June 5th, 2012 at 6:16 pm

    This company is a scam that approaches you through a friends email they have managed to hack into so you think it is coming from someone who knows this company. I sent emails and spoke on the phone with someone who called me a day after I had submitted my payment. He said he was from advanced learning and he was following up on my breakout incomes purchase. when I questioned him about the emails I had sent regarding a refund he told me I would need to speak to customer service. When I asked to be connected he said he was not able to. When I asked for a name he did not have one to provide. I have his number though and I will be doing everything in my power to pursue this from a legal point of view.

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    Lah says:

    June 5th, 2012 at 12:52 pm

    i actually just signed up with these scammers! i don’t know why i didn’t read this first. i looked at the website yesterday and decided not to do it. they called me today and told me it would be only $27, so i thought i’d give it a try. after i gave them my credit card info they told me it didn’t go through. then they told me to call customer service, (888)702-7632. i got the same response as all of the people above, a long recording stating they have a high call volume and finally told me to leave a message. i left one, but after reading these comments, i doubt i will get a call back. i called back the number where they called me originally and they told me they were going to get me all set, then the representative stated, “wait, hold on one minute, i’m sorry. . . .” like something weird happened with her computer or something, and hung up on me. now when i call back i get a recorded message stating that unfortunately there are no representatives available to take my call and to state the product or services i need assistance with after the beep! i can’t believe it. it seemed pretty legit while i was on the phone with them and everything! they are GOOD at what they do! please don’t fall for their scam! i just hope they don’t use my credit card info for anything. i’ve already called my credit card company to stop any payments bc no one is answering the phone anymore!

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    vjj says:

    June 4th, 2012 at 8:42 pm

    after i deleted all my contacts, they still managed to send e-mail links out in my name. i called 1(888)-702-7632 …and waited… til someone answered. i relayed my feelings. they said they can’t help because i’m not a member, but hopefully a red flag was raised with them as far as stealing e-mail contacts. you can call them, you may get thru if you can wait. they verified the co. is pro advantage.

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    Lila says:

    June 3rd, 2012 at 8:33 pm

    I thought my friend had sent me the email and shes the kind who is very credible. I signed up call the the number for the consultation I only get a recording I have left messages no response they claim that they have high volume calls and they will return the calls in the order they received. I am trying to get my money back the number that is on my bank statement in a non- working number. It is such a disgrace that people can be so cruel and take advantage of people especially during these times when funds are really tight. My friend who supposedly sent me the email knows that I have a major project going on and need the funds so, that’s why I acted upon because I knew this was just what I needed to complete the project, But the old saying says : “If it sounds to good to be true, its to good to be true. I wish I would of read these comments first. A lesson well learned, but I still going to try to get my money back.

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    Charlie says:

    June 1st, 2012 at 11:06 pm

    I paid $49.95 and received the link. I called for my free consultation and actually contacted a David Sanders. He spent 45 minutes getting personal information from us and asked that we go to their site and sent in a letter justifying why we would qualify for their selection as a VIP trainee. The next day at a set time we David called and asked even more questions and stated he was taking the file to his boss to see if we qualified for an other interview. He called back shortly and the boss agreed to interview us the next day at a set time. We checked the internet for the company and found this site. Thanks for the warning. We will not make the interview Tomorrow. We also received an e-mail from a friend withe the link and showing a woman in our town making big bucks weekly. Has to be a scam!! Thanks!!!

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    vjj says:

    June 1st, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    BEWARE!!! these guys HIJACKED MY E-MAIL CONTACTS! now it looks like i’m sending e-mails to all my friends promoting them & i never signed up! this looked too good to be true, so i deleted it. i never forwarded this to anyone!

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    Just Me - for safety sake says:

    June 1st, 2012 at 4:24 pm

    VERY POOR. Although what they try to selling is legal, it is nothing more than buying items locally and selling them on Ebay. For instance they want to teach you how to go to a garage sale and buy something then sell it forward on ebay. How many of you have not thought of this for free, or even actually done it? This company does not appear to offer anything other than that. Additionally, calling their 800 number (888-702-7632) only gets a recording which continoulsy loops. Eventually it drops you to leave a message – which they do not return . Furthermore emails to their account receive an acknowledgment but no reply. I even titled the email as CANCELLATION and it was ignored. ‘Also keep in mind your evaluation period starts the moment your payment goes through. If you need to reach customer service their listed number is: 1(888)-702-7632 and email address is: support@proadvantage90.com’ – this is in their official email response to you when you sign up. And these do not help you contact anyone. Also, when you cancel the Internet page where they are trying to get you to buy, the pricing drops $20.00 each time you try to cancel the internet connection, until it goes from $99 to $49. I should have seen this coming.

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  • Spleen says:

    May 31st, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    I wont give them my money, especially after researching the internet and reading up about “drop shipping” what their trying to teach you…

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    salepro says:
    June 2nd, 2012 at 3:37 pm

    drop shipping is perfectly legitimate i dont care what company you bash but dont bash a legitimate industry that pays me six figures a year

  • jay says:

    May 31st, 2012 at 11:54 am

    thanx-you people saved me $99. i was gonna just join it and then i thought i should google the reviews, thanks again.

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    Barbara says:

    May 29th, 2012 at 11:33 am

    I signed up the day before yesterday and found that my e-mail had been spanned, this program being sent to hundreds of people on my e-mail list and then me receiving it again from some of them. I am now on hold (20 minutes so far) to cancel my memberships which appear on my charge card (already!) and hope to successfully cancel this as advised by so many of you. I looked at the first two “lessons” and realize that there is a lot more work to this program than presented in the sales pitch. wish me luck in getting my credit back!

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  • bud says:

    May 27th, 2012 at 4:54 pm

    If it sounds too good to be true, then it is too good to be true. Thanks for all the great reviews.

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    Danny Cruz says:

    May 27th, 2012 at 10:22 am

    Do they hack into your email once you submit your email address in the beginning where it says if you approve or once you made the full purchase?

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    vjj says:
    June 1st, 2012 at 4:42 pm

    yes, i believe all i did was click on the link. i never signed up, but my friends got e-mail links i never sent.

    lac says:
    May 27th, 2012 at 7:41 pm

    they hack your email even if you just click on the link. Once your email is hacked you have to change your email password to block them from continuing to hack.

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    Betty says:

    May 24th, 2012 at 10:32 am

    Cancel your transaction with the company , get a new card issued (whatever credit card you used) dispute it if they can’t refund you and report them to the federal trade commission 1 877 382 4357:

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  • Ange says:

    May 23rd, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    Thanks so much for all the helpful comments . It’s a shame how people take advantage of others in a desperate time to make money.i just saved myself $99.00 and a huge headache !

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  • Michael says:

    May 23rd, 2012 at 7:07 am

    I thank you folks for your reviews. They confirm my skepticism, so I’m just gonna go for a refund.

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  • Michael Grever says:

    May 22nd, 2012 at 10:03 pm

    So far I have not had access to all that they said they I would after enrolling. I’m not enraged over it, but a bit surprised that the opportunity to start making money right away as informed about is not a possibility. Only one of the consultants that called me was rude. Interrupted and talked over top of me over and over, and said goodbye while I was answering his last question.
    I’m still hopeful that these issues may be resolved.

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    kacey says:

    May 17th, 2012 at 2:19 pm

    i got and email from a friend and then a call from kim lopez about this am not sure if it is a scam or not she ask me for my card number told mi it is $27 please help and the number she call from is 19252312884

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    Stephen says:

    May 16th, 2012 at 8:04 am

    Don’t be fooled, this site is toxic it’s actually some kind of Trojen Virus!!!

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    unknow says:

    May 15th, 2012 at 2:29 am

    i went on a long trip for holiday i never used e-mail on my trip, my friends got e-mails from my e-mail address, my friends keep calling me asking if that’s u, i say no, finely we find out some-thing strange, somebody hacked my e-mail address and is sending this program to my contacts, thank god, for saving me and my friends from this trap, please don’t believe in free money

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    vinod says:

    May 14th, 2012 at 4:39 pm

    If it is a total scam as people’s experience and they hack e-mail accounts why not to report to the Federal Agency who deals with such scams and have them take legal action to stop such scams

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    Nadelien says:

    May 14th, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    This breakout scam really should be stopped. They make false advertisement stating a 30 day money back guarantee in their website. This is one reason why we signed up. You should never sign up for this because all they care for is getting your money immediately and giving their customer less chances of getting their money back from this scam. I am disappointed because we work hard to earn a living yet these people take advantage of this difficult times to fool people. You will be getting your karma soon!

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    ivan bruce ssempa ssendege says:

    May 12th, 2012 at 10:18 am

    true this might be a scam because i received two emails from two different friends of mine sending me the same link saying (wow) try it out, and when i tried to reply to my friend who sent me the email i found out that the email came to me instead of going to my friend, then i realized that they might have received the same emails claiming to have come from me, what i can only advice to u is if uve not won any lottery then there is not easy money that comes just like that, be careful and watch out people, and please you change your email passwords and your bank detail if possible because it seams that if they can get in to your emails and send people mails on behalf of you it means they can get into yo bank details as well…… so watch out people

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    Carol says:

    May 11th, 2012 at 11:42 am

    I am glad I went to this site and checked out the reviews. I received a email from what I thought was my son. When I checked out your site and the reviews I went back to the original email and realized that my son’s email address was a previous one that he no longer has. If the company is this bad to hack my email addresses what else are they capable of doing. It is a shame for the employment rate in this country is so bad, and yet a company like this will prey on the people that needs the most help right now. Don’t even give this company a thought or a dime of your money.

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  • Rachelle says:

    May 10th, 2012 at 10:33 pm

    Thank you made ​​me reconsider before sign up, I really appreciate this space and your comments. :D

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    Laurie says:

    May 10th, 2012 at 8:51 am

    I was solicited by Breakout Incomes some how illegally obtaining my friends email address and then posing as that friend. Sleazy and just wrong!

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  • Jeenifer says:

    May 10th, 2012 at 1:03 am

    All you comments were very helpful. Didn’t think my friend sent this email to me. Turns out she didn’t, they just got into her address book. Saved some money. Thanks

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    Syndal says:

    May 4th, 2012 at 12:20 pm

    My lovely mother got an email including this breakout income from me and with us discussing all of the money they say is online recently she thought it was really from me and spent the 100.00. Thank God they refunded the money though because all it does is show you something you can start for free but does in the end cost money to find good wholesalers.

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    susie says:
    May 31st, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    How did you get your money refunded. I have been on hold for ever and nobody answers. My e-mails are sent back???? Please advise.

    Leigh says:
    May 9th, 2012 at 7:02 pm

    Hi there! Found your review interesting and appreciate you going to the effort to help strangers out there! Can you tell what you meant by your comment saying that it is something you can start on your own? Much appreciated Leigh

  • Paul says:

    May 2nd, 2012 at 5:17 pm

    Thx – you saved me $99 and a lot of grief!

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    David says:

    May 2nd, 2012 at 9:58 am

    THIS IS A SCAM PEOPLE!!!! Don’t fall for it, I been trying to get my money back. I thought it was a friend that sent me an email. They hack into his account and email. DNT DO IT!!!

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    Mariana says:

    May 1st, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    Breakout Incomes is a SCAM. In order to be eligible for the Money Back Guarantee, the customer must have logged into the system, and must contact us within their 7 day evaluation period.,, After 4 days to contact their people you will get the same message:

    Customer Service Inquiry

    Your request (#8833) has been updated.

    Chris, May 01 10:48 am (PDT):

    Hello,

    Thank you for your email. I have looked into your account and see that you signed up on 4/23/2012. With our terms and conditions there is a 7 day money back guarantee and at this time you are now outside of those 7 days. We would be more than happy to assist you with building your business and making back the money you put into the program. If you have any questions please feel free to give us a call at 888-702-7560 M-F 9am-5pm EST.

    Thank you,

    Customer Support

    Mariana Hientz, May 01 05:17 am (PDT):

    Hello

    With all respect please reconsider your answer, my phone conversation with
    your employer it was on 27 April 2012, day when I sent my email as well,
    what is mean 4 days, inside of those 7 days with your terms and conditions
    there is a 7 day money back guarantee.
    I wait your response with my money back before complain about this at
    internet banking scam.

    Kind regards
    Mariana

    On 30 April 2012 17:52, Business Web Help Desk wrote:

    Chris, Apr 30 09:52 am (PDT):
    Hello,

    Thank you for your email. I have looked into your account and see that you signed up on 4/23/2012. With our terms and conditions there is a 7 day money back guarantee and at this time you are now outside of those 7 days. We would be more than happy to assist you with building your business and making back the money you put into the program. If you have any questions please feel free to give us a call at 888-702-7560 M-F 9am-5pm EST.

    Thank you,

    Customer Support

    Mariana Hientz, Apr 27 03:43 pm (PDT):
    Good evening

    My name is Mariana…. and I appreciate my refund £63,41, payment made on 23th April 2012, on my bank statement 27th April 2012,
    I am not suitable for your education service, I changed my mind before to confirm the payment, my money gone before thinking.
    I will appreciate your refund gesture.

    Kind regards
    Mariana

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    Victor Lopez says:

    April 30th, 2012 at 9:37 pm

    I recently bought the program from BREAKOUT INCOMES with the promise that I would get my money back if I didn’t like it, well it didn’t happened. What a scam. $79.00 down the drain. After I had paid for it, I got a call from some one trying to hook me up to use my credit card and when I told him that was not what the promised, he told me it was a separate deal from the one I jointed, that means BREAKOUT INCOMES does give clients info away, Any way, by the time I received their email to have a chance to recover my money it was too late to call, they were already closed. So be careful, don’t fall for it.

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    Linda Filler says:

    April 29th, 2012 at 9:17 pm

    Somehow these people have managed to hack into my address book and sent advertising to everyone in my contact list with my name and E-mail address as the sender. Had it not been for their unscrupulous tactics I might have even considered their BS. I’m sure that this is somehow illegal so why would I trust a company that uses these practices.

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  • tee says:

    April 27th, 2012 at 10:48 pm

    I did. Really hoping that this is NOT a scam or I will be pissed!

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  • JIm says:

    April 24th, 2012 at 9:25 am

    This article was good. It will help me get the proper perspective before I sign up.

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    Shawn says:
    April 25th, 2012 at 11:41 pm

    yeah.. did u sign up?

    anne says:
    April 25th, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    did u sign up


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