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Is Certified Payment Processing a scam?

A recruiter from Certified Payment Processing contacted me today and offered me an "opportunity" to work as a sales rep for their company? I was told that they provide me with appointments at businesses where I make a large percentage of the sale. Apparently the average sales rep's income is between $50,000-$100,000 a year. This sounds too good to be true. Does anyone know anything about this company and/or their employment history?

Asked By: Jobless - 3/19/2010
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Jobless: I work for Certified Payment Processing (CPP), and I can promise you, we are a real/legit company. What Ghana Banana says about “payment processing” fraud/scam schemes might be true, but that’s NOT what we do. CPP is a full-service provider of electronic payment equipment and for nearly 20 years we’ve... More
Answered By: AslanWRP - 3/23/2010
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Check them out at bbb.org/ and/or ripoffreport.com/
Answered By: Henry - 3/19/2010
 
Payment Processing is usually a code word for money laundering. Your personal bank account is being used to launder money from criminal gangs and terrorists... More
Answered By: Ghana Banana - 3/20/2010
 
im working for them now and they allowed me to self generate my own leads which pays $200 so yes it beneficial and no its not a scam so far as im getting paid im actually building my marketing team to increase my sales ,.think big
Answered By: Persaunah - 9/20/2013
 
If you go to ripoffreport.com you will see over 50 complaints from former "employees" as well as customers. They contacted me even though I never applied as I am not interested in selling door to door..
Answered By: John - 10/14/2013
 
I just stopped working for them. I tried it for a month... More
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Answered By: Smartypants - 11/2/2013
 
I wouldn't call them a scam but they are full of it. I am a business owner and they called me last week under the guise of "being in the area and making sure all of the businesses accepted credit cards". The caller asked if I was the owner and then quickly got off of the phone. Some knucklehead just showed up at my... More
Answered By: Anthony - 2/7/2014
 
CPP called and asked a simple question..."Do you take credit cards" and asked the employees name. Thinking that this was a customer calling, our employee says that we do...the next morning, a CPP rep shows up and pounds on the door asking to be let in saying "he had an appointment" and he had confirmed that with our... More
Answered By: G - 3/6/2014
 
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