In February 2008 I was contacted on phone by an ITN customer service representative in an attempt to sell the Independent Travel Program to me. I was later given the link to a video presentation after which I asked a lot of questions and was satisfied it was something I wanted to do. Since i had no job and was finding it difficult to get a job, I decided to give the program a try since it was 110% money back guarantee. nThere were different levels of the program depending upon the amount one is willing to invest. I went for the professional package which entitles me to 60% commission on sales and authorized a charge of $495.00 to my debit card. Later I realized that I had been charged $540 and learnt that the additional $40 was to ship the membership package to me. nWhen I got the membership package I was instructed to send a W9 and to sign an authorization for $19.99 to be charged to my account every month. I sent the W( but it was returned to me with a this note from the Post Office RETURN TO SENDER, NOT DELIVERABLE AS ADDRESSED, UNABLE TO FORWARD.I therefore called ITN to make a report but no one answered so I left a message but no one ever returned my call. nI managed to make a few sales but never received any commission statement or any money from ITN.nAbout 3 weeks a go a customer called to complain that he was tried to make a booking but my website was not available. I tried and couldn’t access the website too. I tried to call ITN so many times but no one answered the phone and for the first time there was no answering service to leave a message. I sent emails to their email address but got no replies. It was then that I realized that I had been scammed. nI therefore seek justice in the form of a refund of the $540 I paid to ITN to get started. aFter all it has been 10 months and I never made a cent in commisions. I am prepared to return their travel package in return for the $540.00 nCanadiancookienPortland, OregonU.S.A.
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