Monday, December 29, 2008

Picking up the crumbs ...


Here's the way it supposedly works, they left out the huge middle man though.


A story on the webbate ebay affiliate BIG CRUMBS has seen a lot of action over the holiday ...

I have had to reject nearly 30 comments this month from this story ... all placed for moderation by shills from Integral Technologies.

Here's the latest comment that I didn't approve:

Also, I see that you say that you hear from the BigCrumbs staff and then you say that you only hear from referrals. What is it?

"Notice that NOT A SINGLE legit person can post to this blog without leaving their affiliate link ... the poster above is scum."

How would you know that I am legit if I don't leave my link???

You are an idiot!


* NOTICE THE EXTREME HOSTILITY *



Here's the latest comment that I did approve:

BIGCRUMBS IS A HUGE SCAM!! HERE IS MY HORROR STORY. BigCrumbs is indeed wonderful until you start accumulating a bigger cashback. I've purchased hundreds and hundreds of ebay items through bigcrumbs link. So I've accumulated a significant cashback amount and guess what happened then. Vincent S. Martin, the owner of BigCrumbs, deleted my account. That's it, no communication, nothing. When I emailed customer service, the single email I've received was that I've had several unpaid items. Awesome excuse to steal money. There is no phone number available, anywhere. By the way, his so called "parent company" Integral Technologies Inc. is his company to cover up his scams.


Bottom line ... use kickitback.com or eBay's own affiliate program and whatever you do - NEVER FOLLOW A LINK placed by an existing BIG CRUMBS member or self proclaimed "Big Crumbs Lover".

3 comments:

pegasus said...

You ARE an idiot, by the way. Only an idiot deletes every post that doesn't agree with his point of view.

Anonymous said...

OK this is my issue, I do believe a legitimate business would have an address and phone number posted on their site. This is a red flag for me and that is all I need. Unfortunately I have already signed up. My question is what should I do now? I know I need to close my account, but should I expect any repercussions. Should I be looking for fraudulent activity using my information. I guess in essence I want to know what is the backlash in being a part of a scam? Not necessarily saying that it is. I am just uncomfortable. (I apologize if this post was suppose to be closed.)

fixyourthinking said...

I wouldn't worry too much ...

Try them out - you never know if you'll like them ...

I have posted my observation here.