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PR Kick


Country United States
State Nevada
City Las Vegas
Address 1605 Lake Las Vegas Pkwy Suite#100
Phone 1-800-207-0978
Website https://prkick.com

PR Kick Reviews

  • May 24, 2017

Warning: TopLevelPR is now scamming under a number of new websites: prkick, crowdfundsocial, backersflood and use a fake review site crowdfundforum to post fake reviews and Fiverr bought video reviews (pretending to be campaign managers).

They use fake reviews, false claims and rip you off with a smile.

I did my research, research I should have done before hiring the prkick aka crowdfundsocial aka smartboostsystem aka backersflood scam crew. EVERYTHING they claim is false:

1. they only started in December 2016, not 3-5 years before that

2. they have the first page in google full of reviews, but when looking closer, all self-created reviews, not a single one of them is real, they manage a fake blog/forum site crowdfundforum.com originating in the Philippines. It in few a few articles and several posts on prkick and how amazing they are. It's of course, owned and operated by them.

Here is an example of what pretends to be a campaign manager, but is a hired actor: https://www.fiverr.com/klevitt70/record-a-natural-video-testimonial-in-hd? . THEY USED AN ACTOR TO PRETEND BEING A CAMPAIGN MANAGER!!

3. they have a review with a video on this site with "susan-raised-over-90k-on-kickstarter-in-3-simple-steps-crowdfunding-success" - the video is from a person selling video reviews on fiverr. It's NOT real. The campaign owner confirmed me that they never worked with them. To show how they blatantly scammed me, and you: the campaign ended years before

To show how they blatantly scammed me, and you: the campaign ended years before prkick.com even started (they never worked with the campaign) and they use fake Fiverr testimonials.

5. They operate different sites, crowdfundsocial, toplevelpr and backerflood.com. All use the same type of images (all stolen from the internet), fake team members (images are from other people) and fake 'campaigns we've worked with'.

Needless to say that they brought in exactly zero funds in and that for a fully funded campaign.

  • May 15, 2017

I hired PRKICK for my Kickstarter. Worst decision ever. They did not only take 5 days to get my 3 pitches ready, and I had to completely rewrite it at the end.

They did not get back to me close to the end of my campaign with an email stating that they did deliver everything, but the campaign was not going to make it. I WAS ALREADY 130% FUNDED! They did not even follow up or bother to check my campaign before sending me the email.

I did my research, research I should have done before hiring the prkick scam crew. EVERYTHING they claim is false:

1. they only started in December 2016, not 3-5 years before that

2. they have the first page in google full of reviews, but when looking closer, all self-created reviews, not a single one of them is real

3. they manage a fake blog/forum site crowdfundforum.com originating in the Philippines. It in few a few articles and several posts on prkick and how amazing they are. It's of course, owned and operated by them.

4. they have a review with a video on this site with "susan-raised-over-90k-on-kickstarter-in-3-simple-steps-crowdfunding-success" - the video is from a person selling video reviews on fiverr. It's NOT real. The campaign owner confirmed me that they never worked with them. To show how they blatantly scammed me, and you: the campaign ended years before

To show how they blatantly scammed me, and you: the campaign ended years before prkick.com even started (they never worked with the campaign) and they use fake Fiverr testimonials.

5. They operate different sites, crowdfundsocial, toplevelpr and backerflood.com. All use the same type of images (all stolen from the internet), fake team members (images are from other people) and fake 'campaigns we've worked with'.

Needless to say that they brought in exactly zero funds in and that for a fully funded campaign.

  • Apr 20, 2017

Do not trust this company in no way shape or form. Save your $750. You're better off spending it on the smaller companies that do twice as much for half that price.

John Harmon, a pr manager, out on a prowl, gets a hold of me via email, telling me, my Kickstarter project was unique and chosen to where I can by-pass the initial qualifying stage.

I was kind of impress because when he got a hold of me, I could tell they took the time to go over my campaign by telling me things in particular.

I proceeded to call John, at which he explained to me that I was well within range, over 34 days left on my campagin, to easily raise money, and that their company can guarantee me, if not all, at least half my budget from a substantial amount of backers, which should generate from all the press.

Of course, I didn't believe it at all. But I somehow wanted to prove to myself, that they were a scam like everyone else, and clear my head of any doubt, since I'm always a cheap goat when it comes to paying these companies, knowing you can't trust any of them.

I paid them $750. Red flags went up right away, when I didn't hear from them until a week later. Which was an email, telling me, their working on a press package. 2 weeks later, another email, same thing. Finally 2 1/2 weeks later, I receive 3 pitches for my press. By the way, that is the only exciting thing I got. I actually like my pitches. No where worth $750 though.

Keep in mind, my days are dwindling down on my campagin, 2 weeks left, still no press. Finally I get another email, telling me, my project is up and running on the press circuit. So they send me an email with links to where you can see my press. First off, it was too long, and horrible written. Nothing like my pitches.

So all this time, my press is, supposedly, getting these so-called reviews, at the same time, my campaign vide, which is my main selling focal, has not received 1 video view.

Of course, I tried getting a hold of John, whom didn't respond. Although, before I paid any money, he called every day.

Yes, I know all projects are not quaranteed to make it. That's not the point here. I explained my situation, and was quaranteed at least several backers based on my project alone.

I've scratched this off my list, never again, and have moved on, settling my doubts.

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