This was supposed to be a fun easy way to make money, at least that's the way that it was advertised. What they don't tell you is all of the little fees they charge you for the decal and the membership. They also fail to tell you that you can't cash out your account until you get your first commission. So even though they promise to give you $200 if you don't get a commission within the first month or whatever they promise, you can't actually take that $200 unless by some miracle you end up with a commission, which I have not gotten any of after driving around with this damn advertisement on my window for a year. The real kicker is the $100 gift card that they promise to give you if you don't get a commission within the first however many days. The gift card can only be used through this specific website with specific restaurants. You have to use the gift card to buy restaurant gift cards in set amounts like $10, $15, or $25. The restaurants then each have a different minimum amount that you have to purchase if you're using the gift cards, BUT YOU CAN ONLY USE 1 GIFT CARD AT A TIME, and that huffy cards are always much smaller than the minimum amount, so you're required to use your own money to pay the difference to even use the gift card at all. So while you should be able to use $100 to eat ten to fifteen times at a reasonable price, the restaurants require you to spend upwards of $30 to $70 minimum in order to use the small gift card to purchase their food, and you have to pay with your own money, which means you have to feed a banquet hall full of people with the gift card and your own money or not use it at all. I'm so beyond pissed off that I fell for this.
Review by MomiK2 years ago
I saw this ad on a job search website. and joined. Everything seemed good and organized until i made my first sale. never got my money, emailed to complain, they got back fast, but then a month later i asked whats going on and never heard from them again. now the website is gone.
Review by Tabhita Interior2 years ago
Promised to refund 25.per car once stickers were mounted and proof sent. Never received, now they are charging 38.00 a month.
Review by Farquad2 years ago
Paid to join and get special number...got the decal, but nothing since and can't log into website at all
Review by Jaydubs2 years ago
The same system always does it with thousands of people. One of them is me. have ads of their name "Advertise in my car" on the Internet, facebook and on people's cars cheated. They say they will give you money to promote their decal. First, they ask you to pay and stick it in your car, that advertising is an "associated client" if people hire your services they pay you $ 300 per person, but no one can hire the services since that phone (system) is impossible to answer. of course you realize this, after having given your debit card and they have charged you for the cost of the decal.
Then they continue to charge your card more money for other reasons they barely tell you and so on. THEN when you call them they say that if you can not get someone to buy through your calcamonía, after 3 months, we will send you a
$ 100 gift card.
AND NEVER THEY SEND IT, EVER.
It is called to inform you that you have not received it and that is when you realize that it is a SCAM, because they do not send it and obviously you expect to recover some of what you have been debited from your card.
When you call them they tell you that you should wait. that they do not have more gift cards and that you should wait 1, 2 or 6 months to see if more cards arrive. BEAUTIFUL, TRUE ????
We are already thousands of people this company has robbed us,
THE POLICE SHOULD DO SOMETHING AGAINST THIS COMPANY AND WE REQUIRE THAT RETURN OUR MONEY.
IN OUR BANK ACCOUNTS THEY ARE:
Review by Ediza2 years ago
They were going to pay me to put an ad on my car and then all of the suddent my credit card is being billed by wrapmatch 800 258 9062
Review by DLParkhurst Harhovska2 years ago
Advertiseonmycar seemed reasonable until they wanted $20.00 in advance to be reimbursed later after there was confirmation that the decal was on my vehicle. That was the first red flag. Then that they would only direct deposit any payments was the second red flag. The third red flag was when the money you supposedly earned was in am online account that you could supposedly cash out anytime...no thanks advertiseonmycar. You may be slicker than my ex wife but, you'll have to try harder than that.
Review by Braticus2 years ago
I signed up to advertise on my car. I receive my decal as promised but when I went in to activate my profile; it was saying that it was inactive. I sent several emails and made several phone calls and I was told that the account was active on their end. It took almost three weeks for my them to fix my profile. I have been repeatedly charged for additional 'services' that apparently since I gave them my card number I 'authorized.' It has been nearly 2 months and I have not received a single commission. I asked for my 'sign on' bonus to be issued and a full refund and the refused stating 'rules.' So apparently, I have to follow the rules but they don't. This company is an absolute scam. I am a single mom just trying to earn some extra legitimate money and this this last fiasco may cause my rent check to bounce.
Review by Szentz Latcham2 years ago
I'll call this 8888098873 number
And they was talking to me about advertising using my back windshield for cable companies phone companies etcetera then had the nerve to ask me to put up $20 for the advertising and I told him that got to be out of their mind I'm not paying nobody to use my car for advertising if anything they going to pay me then they hung up on me.
Review by Varg Maarud2 years ago
After I had applied to this company online, I received a call from a woman (sounded foreign). She said that if I gave them a one time fee of about $30 including tax that I would receive my decal. Then she proceeded to tell me that I would get paid about $200 per month just for having it on my vehicle. Then when someone calls that number on the decal and applies for the product that I would get a commission of about $300 or more. Then she said that I would have to pay a yearly fee of $35 to keep that phone number activated. I have had this on my vehicle for over a month and haven't received any money at all.
Review by Rosselynn2 years ago
so this company contacted me online saying I could easily make $200-400 per month for putting this decal on my window,,ummm no. It cost me $20 for sticker, registration fee, background check fee, and renewal. Now I am out $85 and unable to contact the company
Review by Guangzhong2 years ago
I tried this for a year and got zip. On top of that, I had to pay to to set up your account. Sure they "refund" your fees by putting $85 in your account. Catch is, no signups, no refund. This company is a rip off. I tried to cash out the $85 and they refused because no one signed up after a year.
Review by Minakina2 years ago
Was supposed to be receiving a gift card of $100 from them for lack of interest in downtown Orlando area. When I called about the lack of any card or information after nearly a month, they said that they were out of stock for the past month plus. As soon as I mentioned canceling the service they began having issues hearing, their system "Droped the call", and subsequent calls from other locations go unanswered.
Review by Animashaun Truckel2 years ago
STAY AWAY DO NOT SIGN UP!
Filled out the forms online after clicking a link on Facebook that took me to their website. After applying it took weeks before they called me, until today 7/5/17. An Muslim/Terrorist asked me if I remember filling out the online form, I said yes but it’s been awhile now, so we went through the her speech on what was what, how much it costs what I can make etc. long story short they screwed me out of my money just like everyone else that has reported them. They need to be caught and arrested already. I’m out a lot of money but I’m sure I’ll never see it again. I will forward this over to the FBI to see if they can get involved in bringing this fraud ring down.
Review by Gajpal2 years ago
Saw a Facebook ad about getting paid to drive. Put in my zip code and there were drivers needed in my area (imagine that). Watched a video with a young man describing how it works. Basically, a simple ad in my rearview window that easily installed and removed. A phone number unique for me so they can keep track of my sales. I get a commission paid through my bank or PayPal, my choice. Problem is they wanted ME to PAY them for the decal and they would reimburse me after my first sale. Next problem is that even though they'll pay me through PayPal, they wouldn't allow me to pay them through PayPal. That's when I knew, SCAM! They wanted my credit or bank card number. Glad I didn't do it. Hope you don't either!
Review by GaGuest2 years ago
My experience started April 7th 2017 and is still continuing. I was looking for work-from-home opportunities. I saw an ad on Facebook to make money advertising with my car. I clicked on it, filled out a very brief info page, email, phone number, things like that. They said they would follow up with me within the next couple of days to see if I was a good candidate for their campaign. "Mary" called me 5 minutes later. We talked for awhile, and she explained how I was going to make all of this money off the decal on the back windshield of my car. She said the decal came with an individualized number to help track the sales I was making and thus pay my commission. That's when she asked for the $20 down payment. She said as soon as I sent a picture proving the decal had been installed the money would be refunded to me.
I was skeptical and asked her why such a large company would need my money. She explained it's not that they needed my money, it was to discourage people from ordering a decal and never installing it, they were expensive to create. She said this is why my money would be refunded as soon as I proved installation.
She proceeded to explain how my income potential was almost unlimited, the more I drove around, the more likely I was to get sales, the more commission I would make. She also told me that an annual renewal fee was required to keep the individual number. However, she went on to explain that since I was so close to the annual renewal date, they would just give me the couple extra months for free. I wouldn't have to pay until 14 months later, so I would have plenty of time to earn my commission to pay for my renewal fee. I live in a large city, my commute to and from work alone is an hour each way. I figured I would get tons of exposure, and people could take down the number in traffic jams. I really needed an extra income to help make ends meet. Obviously, I went ahead with it and gave her my card information and paid for the decal.
She told me it would take a couple of days to get my online account set up so that I could access it and view my wallet. They started sending me update emails immediately, including information on what to look for, the fact that my sign on bonus had been credited to my account, what would happen next, Etc. My skepticism went out the window for the time being.
My decal shipped on the 10th. By April 20th, I still had not received it. I finally signed into my online account and took a look, turned out they had entered my mailing address incorrectly. I emailed them to correct the error.
This is when I encountered "Chara J." She was prompt and courteous in her response even if she didn't seem very bright. I thought maybe she was from another country, and there was a language barrier. Usually, large companies have specialized training to minimize this though. My new decal shipped the next day, but now I have concerned again.
I started looking around. That's when I found this site, and all the complaints about this company scamming people. I felt like a complete idiot, but I chalked it up to lesson learned and cancelled the card that I had used to originally pay. That's when I found out that they had charged me $30.82 instead of the $20 they had originally said it was going to cost me. Also, all those wonderful informative support emails suddenly stopped.
I finally received the decal April 30th, but now knowing that it was a scam I never even opened the envelope.
Three days ago, May 23rd, I get an email about my annual renewal date, and they state they're going to charge me $35 for my individualized number. Luckily they don't have my billing information anymore because I cancelled the card, but even if they did, they gave me less than 24 hours to be aware that the charge was going to hit my bank account. Since they overcharged Me by more than $10 last time I'm sure they would have attempted to do the same this time.
I tried to go back to the account they created for me, to get additional information about the scam, only to find that advertiseonmycar.Net was not working. It may genuinely be that my internet just sucks, but I think it's more likely that the site has been taken down. They probably changed its name, or moved to a new domain, to keep hiding so that they can keep doing this to people. All of the mailing addresses and information I have found linked to the emails, and the shipping label on the decal, have mailing addresses in Utah. I live in Arizona. This means they are creating fraud across state lines. I'm pretty sure this would make it a federal offense. However, my little $30 to potential $65 loss doesn't really top the charts for the feds to be looking into.
As I stated earlier, I got into this mess by clicking a sponsored ad on Facebook. As far as I'm concerned, Mark Zuckerberg's name is attached to this scam too, because it was run through Facebook. That means his precious platform is making it easier to take advantage of people. Shouldn't they be doing some kind of checks on the businesses they allow to advertise?
In the end, I think more of us would need to get together, to prove that they're doing this to people all over the place. I think that's the only way to get anyone's attention. Not just for personal justice, (and so I don't feel so stupid ) but, to help resolve this issue and stop them from doing it to anyone else.
Review by Rutva2 years ago
I got a phone call for advertiseonmycar.net, was told I would get a sign on bonus of $50 and then another $20 for posting the decal on my back window of my car. I tried to remove the 89.20 I had on the account, wasn't able to due not making my first commission. After 6 months if I didn't get a commission I would get a 100$ gift card. I have since tried to log onto the website and it is no longer able to load.
Review by Riisikas2 years ago
Signed up several months ago. Was promised incentives and never received them. I have tried several times to visit their website and they have taken it down. I now receive emails from them offering me other deals. When I go and click on the deals the link does not work.
Review by Buunda2 years ago
Silly me...didn't do my research...got my sticker, went to register my text code, and the site is gone ??
Review by Ledona2 years ago
I was offered a position displaying the decal for HDTV by advertise my car with the expectation of being reimbursed the cost of the initial decal after my weblink; set up by them, was verified with a snapshot of my decal being attached to the post. I was told that I would be reimbursed in "my online wallet" once the photo was confirmed and then, I would receive $300 for every customer sign up that followed from my "special text code" and if no sale was completed within the first 45 days, I would receive a $200 bonus for having driven and displayed the decal. They said that if my area was deemed a low volume sales region, I would still be paid. I would also receive $200 per month base pay on top of my commissions after the third month. My online wallet reflected the cost of the decal, my sign up bonus and the information that I couldn't cash out until my first sale was completed in a matter of weeks. Without warning, I was debited for 40 some-odd dollars for the never before mentioned, annual fee. I've had multiple contacts and the link goes to a dead website for everyone of them. Therefore, no one can sign up for the service that is supposed to earn my commissions. Therefore, I can't cash out ANY of my reimbursements. All contact efforts have been thwarted by a lack return phone calls, hold patterns and unreturned e-mails. The weblink now take me to a "dead Gateway". This has been such a frustration and the decal is almost impossible to remove from my car window. I may end up having to pay for professional assistance to avoid causing damage.
Review by Srijit Gamachek2 years ago
Saw this ad for extra income by adding a decal for advertisement on my windows, so I said what the hell and signed up. Within a minute (and I'm serious) after SUBMITTING my info online they called me. I went through their spiel about the car, the ad, commission, the gift card, etc etc. First thing this broad asks me is the routing and account number for my bank. Straight up. Doesn't ask my name, birthdate, license # address. NOTHING. Just bank account info. I hung up and received calls every day several times a day as well as emails and texts asking me to complete my signup. I finally called back, the first thing they asked me was "oh are you interested in signing up?" I immediately said no, I'm not and wish you would stop calling me before I report you for harassment and fraud. They stopped calling but won't stop emailing me. Anything .net is sketchy to me in the first place but this company takes the cake. We need them shut down.
Review by AdelaideMothabe2 years ago
I answered an email to advertise on my car. I was told I'd get a $20 signing bonus and $200 a month to advertise on my car. I was told I would get a $300 commission if someone signed up using my number. After I signed up they told me I won't get the signing bonus till I sold my first order . I waited for 90 days and never got a I then they said I had to pay them a yearly fee of $35 to hold my number for me . They also told me for $15 they would run a check on my driving background and if good I'll get $400 per sale. They even promised me a $100 gift card if I got no sales in 90 days . When I asked for the card they said it was out of stock . When I asked questions they deactivated my profile. I've had to get a new bank card to keep them out of my account.
Review by Ursh Mumsnet2 years ago
I saw an ad on facebook about passive income. I clicked it. I watched the video, entered my email and called the phone number. I was kept on hold for a while so I decided to call back later. I got 2 call backs that I missed. When I finally got an opportunity to call them back, I had received a series of emails and texts from the company reminding me to create my profile. While on the phone with their representative, I was told I would have to purchase my advertisement for $20 and then I would be reimbursed $6 after I sent evidence of placing the ad on my vehicle. Then I was told I would receive my payments through an online wallet that I could cash out at will as my earnings accrued. Being no fool to this kind of language, I googled the company and campaign as I was on the phone with them and I found this page immediately. Don't give them anything!!
Review by Zeyla3 years ago
I've made no commissions and haven't received the guaranteed pay.
Review by Barun3 years ago
I had to pay for a decal that goes on my car, and they tried to sell me other things for it. they said I would get that money back once i confirmed it was on my car, I never got the refund. a month later I was charged a $40 "monthly fee" to "maintain the promo code". When I tried to cancel via phone, it asked to go to the website which doesnt exist.