Whoops. Probably not a good idea to rip off your customers, especially not a good idea to make it onto our shit list either. Because FBG Internet, if you do you end uhttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifp in a national newspaper review of FBG Internet.
For those of you who can not read dutch the translation is approximately:
And then there was Oliver Bray, are a british man who manages an adventure travel company from Haarlem. Also he went recently for the fbg scam.
`I was rung out of the blue by a pushy salesman who presented himself as Steve. He promised `amazing click-through-rates' and our own account manager. Especially promising a mention of the global scale of FBG.http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif
"Although I advertised every month with Facebook themselves, I was promised great conversions delivered by large buying form a "massive agency".
This was definitely not the case. No own account manager, no hordes of visitors and especially no saving.
` I advertised on facebook direct for 33 euros and it produced the same results as a €350 spend with FBG Internet. "
The article then goes on to mention that you can´t go to the police with these cowboys, but the best thing to do is expose them online. Like for instance on this FBG internet blog.