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Breakout Incomes – Consumer Complaint – 6-5-2012

Consumer Statement:

Breakout Incomes is operating again. The page name is elloNews 15 Online Report – Work At home: Local Mom Makes $13,900/Month Part-Time. I checked the domain and it’s located in Lithuania. I just don’t want to see others fall for this scam. There was no contact information other than a support email address: [email protected]

Consumer Action Taken:

I sent them a comment saying that this was a scam, but it didn’t show up on the page.

Date This Problem Happened: June 3, 2012

State You Live in: New Brunswick, Canada

Race/Ethnicity:

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid:

Company Name: Breakout Incomes

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number:

Website of Company: www.eudonews.net/biz/?page=5156663


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