800notes.com Julia Forte 800Notes Employee Reveals New Information About Julie Forte’s Business Dallas, Internet!!
In the new era of internet blogging, many bloggers look for an edge to help generate traffic to their respective blogs. In some cases these bloggers are also hoping to make a living from their blog. The primary goal may be a noble cause, but in many cases, the real objective is to enerate a high volume of traffic, which can sometimes create a tremendous revenue opportunity for the blogger. However, when revenue doesn’t flow for the prospecting blogger looking to create a business, they may look for other ways to create cash-flow. One such company, 800Notes.com, may be crossing the line as they look for ways to make money with their site. According to a former employee, 800Notes.com and it’s owner, Julia Forte, have spearheaded a blogging movement that has created quite a controversy for many businesses. Apparently, Julia Forte and 800Notes.com allow bloggers to comment on the 800Notes website about companies that call people and businesses, via the telephone, selling various products and services. In some cases, it may be a telemarketer involved in a questionable business, but in many cases, it’s actually a legitimate business providing quality goods and services to the public. And, according to the former employee, these legitimate business owners end up being victimized by a clever scam artist using extortion as her “trick-of-the-trade”. In a recent blog, the former employee, who was hired as a “fresher” claims, “Basically, they would encourage people to come and write complaints about various phone numbers and tele-callers. Now every one registering on the website is required to put in the details of the email. Once a complaint comes in, they would let it lie on the website just like that and see if any more people are writing against the number. If not, then one of the team members, of 800notes.com, would put up some false comments and posts about the number. This way they would build up a lot of complaints against one number”. The former employee continued, “Once sufficient complaints were collected, we were asked to get in touch with these numbers/phone callers personally to make them aware of what has been posted about the numbers and against their company. The job was basically to emphasize the repercussions of the number staying there online. We would build up pressure on them to get these numbers removed and scared them with all the possible issues that may arise. And, to remove the posts the company ( 800notes.com ) wouldask them to pay hefty amounts ranging from 500 to 2000 USD. The amount was supposed to be transferred by means that could not be clearly tracked….. in false bank accounts, direct transfers in employee names.” These types of issues are clearly making it difficult for 800Notes and Julia Forte to maintain any semblance of credibility. Although, they seem to be exercising a variety of search engine optimization tactics to cover this bad press, the truth seems to have a way of exposing even the most cunning of scam artists.