The first call I received was from Rex, and he seemed like a decent dude. I asked a lot of questions to see if they were actually positioned to make money off of this, and I decided it was actually win-win. I was driving and didn't want to give my CC over the phone, and I missed Rex's call later. After trying to get a hold of him, I got the vibe he had lost interest and moved on to people who were acting right away.
Just now I got a call from another salesman in a New Mexico number that was much less polished, who tried to tell me how excited I felt about the deal. After reading the other reports on this site, I took him off hold and said I'd changed my mind, requesting they remove my number from their call list. The reason I went so far as to write about it is that he instantly hung up when I said this - massive red flag.
Pretty sure they're just cranking out as many calls as they can in a day trying to grab $50 per call. Maybe they're legit, but if you really want to drop ship go buy a course. They were going to make me cover the ad spend anyway, so there's really not much value I would get from them even if they were legit.
If someone from IOS reads this and it's just a misunderstanding, I'm all ears.
Review by Weacgsm11 months ago
I got a call from Rex Allen with isowebpros.com and he told me that he has this great deal to offer. We talked for about 5 mins , then he said he wants me to listen to a 3 min automated thing , he said it would explain it better then he would lol .He was still on the line and said if I have any questions I should ask them . After the thing I laughed a little and told him it sounds too good to be true. He laughed as well and quickly turned on another subject. Long story short he got no money from me and the 3 minute thing was a voice actor. People now-a days piss me off. They say the rich get richer and the poorer get poorer and that's 100% true. I've seen way too many of these and already learned my lesson once. Stay classy everyone.
Review by Gearo2 years ago
So I received a call from Sabrina. She was apparently new to the product she was selling so I advised speaking with someone else more experienced. I then spoke with Mark who sold me the dream of "OH YEAH YOU CAN MAKE MONEY TO SUPPLEMENT YOUR CURRENT INCOME " BS! They offered me the price of $80 which I told them was too much and they put a "Discount" on the price to knock it down to $40. I said " to heck with it " Maybe they really are legit. Well, my dumb fault !!!I should have done more extensive research on the company. From first glance, It was convincing; but as I continued to do more research I found not many reviews were done on this company. The customer service department is always busy and you always speak to the same 3 people. The automated phone system always prompts to leave a VM and they will return your call within 24 business hours. Well..... That's just what they won't do! I wasted my efforts in attempting to get this online business thing going and I can not ever get anyone through Customer support to help me. They are not straightforward and they do not advise you of the many other things you will have to pay for all while making no money back and risking your investment. Lesson Learned folks! No more falling for BS Scams like this one!
Review by Haryana2 years ago
I received a call from a man supposedly name Dave Scott. At first he seemed like a nice sales person. Said how great of a deal this was. And how this is a perfect opportunity for someone like me. Tried to compare some other businesses saying the starting rate is $500 and it's usually a scam. Then went on to describe what I would be doing and how I would make thousands of dollars with just a few clicks and its so easy and I could live a life of luxury. Dave finally tells me that he's going to wave the normal fee that it would cost and I'd only have to pay a one time fee of $39.95 instead of THE USUALLY $500! (after of course saying the scam company's charge that much). So I told him that I don't have the $39.95 at the moment, to which his tone of his voice changed very quick from a nice sales person to more of a what the fuck? Are you kidding type undertone. To which I repeated that I did not have it at the time. So then he goes on to being kind of judgmental about what I had said, stateing that "it's ashame to not have $39.95" and that "it's better to laugh and have money, than to laugh and be poor" Says that it's a disgrace to not have noney, to be poor, or live in poverty lol. I couldn't help myself I had to giggle at that one. So he started getting pushy about it. Asking "when do you think you will have it? I don't want you to miss out on this great offer. It's just a one time payment and I'm sure you can get it" And then went back to talking about how disgraceful it is to not have money and to not live how you want and do what you want when you want. Basically if you tell them you have no money they want to belittle you into falling for a scam. By the end of the call I asked for a website that I could go to so I could check it out and he gave me ioswebpros.com. So I checked it on scam adviser. To which the website is only a little over a year old. The website is supposed to be based in Arizona but I got a call from Connecticut. But they aren't a scam......mhmm. I feel sorry for the people they have already scammed and hope this helps anyone.
Review by Finlo2 years ago
I spoke with a man today by the name of Rex Allen ( that's what I thought this isn't his real name, but fine nonetheless we continued on) we were on the phone a good half an hour and he kept explaining to me how great this company was and that I was basically a third party selling inventory. while I was on the phone with him after some time he could tell I was still reluctant to sign on. He kept stressing the fact that is was only $80 and then $49.95 a month would be billed to me. So after going through all of his rebuttals, he says hold on one moment maybe I can do something for you. Then his closing person got on the phone and told me what I thought he said he almost threw up in his mouth at the thought of what I had said which was basically if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Well, I got a little curious because once the closer got on he was very pushy and I know a telemarketer when I hear one. They are like used car salesman they never stop talking and everything is amazing and you have the best deal you will ever get so on and so forth. I am not complaining about losing any money but I am complaining because immediately after I hung up on him the same number called me three times. I also got there toll free number which when I called it seemed sketchy. So I decided to call the number back that had called me and it promptly said that you could not leave a message because it was full and currently busy. I think this company is a scam and I would advise anyone who get a call from them report it. I also was told they were in Arizona but the return call was from Pennsylvania???? Upon further review the guy I spoke to told me that this particular business had been in business for 11 years but when I looked it up the website was just established on 3//4/16????? buyer be ware
Review by Annette Rogers3 years ago
First, I have not given them any money, but they have my debit card information. That worries me!
I was called yesterday about an ioswebpros fast, too-good-to-be-true way to make money. I could just say "ditto" to the other two (so far) reports, but I will reiterate.
I spoke with a man yesterday by the name of Vincent Curry, calling from Phoenix, Arizona. We were on the phone a good half an hour and he kept explaining to me how great this company was and that I was basically a third party selling inventory by way of forwarding emails—that I would forward them to a drop-ship company called Doba.com whom I have NOT talked to. While I was on the phone with him after some timeI told him I didn't have the $80 to sign up. He kept stressing the fact that is was only $80 and then $49.95 a month would be billed to me. Upon further review the guy I spoke to told me that he would pay $40 of the $80 and I would just owe $40. It sounded like a really lucrative way to supplement my income (I'm 82 years old on a fixed income that doesn't quite go around). Luckily, when I went to pay my $40 with my credit card, it was declined. I borrowed some money from my sister and took it to the bank. They said they'd call back today (which they haven't yet). Last evening I decided to "check them out" while I waited. I found this web site and found that there were two reports already filed, and they sounded exactly like mine. Does this prove they are scammers? Of course not. But I would sure do your homework (research thoroughly) when this company (or any other online get-rich-quick scheme) is presented and find out everything possible before you get scammed.
Ioswebpros.com is rated 1.0 based on
Write A Review
(It only takes 30 seconds!)
Trust Mamma Reviews
Our reviews are aggregated from multiple sources to give you the best overview about ioswebpros.com.