In May of 2019 I attempted to purchase a marketing system called Mobile Optin. I paid the first installment of $797 which was to be one of three payments. I did this out of good faith based on the presentation of Anthony Morrison. I did not get a working access link to start using the product and I contacted the company immediately.
I did this for many days with no success although the payment was made via my bank credit card. After three weeks I contacted the bank with a request that they reverse the charge as I had not received anything for this charge. They opened an investigation but ultimately reversed their decision to treat this fraudulent charge and continued to bill me although I gave them every indication that I had not received any access and therefore the sale was not completed. The legal definition for a legitimate sale is that "goods and/ or services must be received in exchange of money.
I fully understood that Morrison had a clause that the purchase was non-refundable, but since this did not meet the basic minimum requirements for a sale, my seeking a refund for monies submitted did not legally apply as nothing (no product or service) was received and therefore did not apply to my situation.
After going back and forth with the bank (Credit One Bank) I have still not received a credit for this purchase and am still expected to make payments to this account (which I do along with interest charged).
After over two months, Morrison (via his mobile optin team) sent me an "Welcome Email" relating to the product. B y this time I had forgotten the uses of this program as a great deal of time had passed and my recollection as to why and how I could use this had left me in unfamiliar territory a*s to the benefits if I were to get the program. I therefore refused to open this email which I still have in my possession as the extensive amount of time that had lapsed made this purchase non-feasible and worthless.
At this time I am seeking only a refund of the money I paid back into my account and require no further dealings with Anthony Morrison through any of his products and service programs.
I am hopeful that this experience will allow others who are interested in similar products/ services not be conned into a purchase that is fraudulent at best. This assumption is based on all relevant facts relating to this transaction and the claims are being made not only to remedy my own financial blunder with dealing with this company by not completely checking out the company and its principals through consumer reporting agencies such as the "BBB," "Rip-Off Reports" and other reporting agencies.