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After twp months of being a member of the rewards network I began to see the pattern. They were taking 20% of my current customers purchases that were already members of their network. So no gains.. only losses! Perhaps after a few months I would see an increase...
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mal w

was the 20% to pay off the cash advance they gave you?

StereotypedBarb749
StereotypedBarb749

Join me in boycotting this company

1.2
I didn't like
  • This service for my business at all
#1296950
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THEY CHARGE ME, EACH WEEK, FOR CUSTOMERS I NEVER SAW, OR TALK TO, SCAM, SCAM, SCAM, AND AFTER 2 WEEKS, NOW, THEY WANT ME TO PAID FOR TERMINATION FEES, A COMPLETE BAD BUSINESS, TOO BAD I FORGET TO CHECK THESE REVIEW BEFORE I SIGN UP THEY PROMISE A BEAUTIFUL WEB PAGE,...
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StereotypedBarb749
StereotypedBarb749

Thieves of the worst kind

#1207957
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It's most definitely a scam. They charge "20%" for "new customers" and may give you a new/repeat scam saying only 7.5% after that. What isn't explained in full detail is who their members are. They push idine on you but you'll have more luck finding a Clinton email...
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1.3
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Rewards Network promised our winery that they would provide us with new customers from their advertising in airline magazines. Despite their salesperson having assured our small Oregon winery that they would not be taking a cut from sales to pre-existing customers,...
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Mary

I wanted to check out reviews before agreeing to anything. I am a small restaurant and I didn't want to sign up for anything that will damage my livelihood. Thank you.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Took 9% of daily sales and force me to close My restaurant

#860147
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This is total scam so please stay away from them 1000 miles or infact run away from them these rewards network scam artists who are nothing and worthless guys that you can ever meet in professional business circles. They sold us all rosy stories of sending 1000s of...
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1.3
Westampton, New Jersey
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A month ago I got Hydroxatone though Instant Rewards. The reason being was because I to be a member of Instant rewards your have to sign up for company trials then receive credit for trying out each and every trial product or subscriptions. Any how among Hydroxatone, I...
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Anonymous
Anonymous

I have just cancelled my bank card as I took up the free trial offer of Alleure/Hydroxatone only to pay the $9.00 postage fee & received the product that was that until my...

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Becca

You must read ALL the terms very carefully on the vendors site that is offering the trial. I read EVERYTHING! At the bottom of each vendor's site you can find "Terms" or som...

#457416
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Four years ago my restaurnant was approached by a company called Rewards Network offering a "loan" which was to be paid back utllizing credit card sales from customers signed up in the Rewards program. We were told that the program would send new business our way but...
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Anonymous

I have been scammed by them as well. They get access of the restaraunt's credit card gateway and start sucking money out of the bank account every week. It is a complete fraud...

StereotypedBarb749
StereotypedBarb749

I am now so glad the lure of a check for future sales was turned down. I would still be being violated by this unscrupulous company. This is an unregulated arm of the financia...

#346447
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I own a restaurant / bar in Chicago and I was told that they would attract new "members" and that I had to sell them "dining credits" at a 2 to 1 exchange. I asked the rep if there was any way to see if their "members" were already dining at my place and he said no. ...
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Anonymous

This is untrue. There is not a report that will tell you how many members are already dining at your restaurant until they are able to communicate with your processing company...

Anonymous
Israel

So Melina agrees it was a \'bad decision\'. Haha Rewards network is a joke

#224490
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Rewards Network, who offers cash back rewards for dining at restaurants in their program, charges $50 yearly to some of their customers. We learned this after reviewing our credit card statements for eleven years! We never even broke even with their subscription...
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gregoryborges

Well, I see that my once loved employer is becoming infamous... Originally a family oriented company with true well intended business premise, after 1999, some investors and s...

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fidel ghanna

As chief accountant in charge of 30 people, at the company's original home in Miami, I read with great dismay, that my job and all my staff positions were posted in Chicago, h...

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