No Doubt Marketing Will Rip You Off

I constantly get emails and notes from people who read my post about No Doubt Marketing on my personal blog.  No doubt people are finding it because they are doing their fiduciary duty and checking out vendors through simple Google searches.  You’d be amazed at how many people come across my website looking for information on this SEO company.  My search logs are full

I’ve already detailed my experience with Justin Stewart of No Doubt Marketing on  my blog so I won’t rehash the details here but please heed the advice:  stay away from this kid and his company.  My experience tells me that he is not to be trusted.  He repeatedly lied to me and withheld money from me.  When I approached him about the money he owed me he became offended and aggitated.

It appears that Justin knows a little bit about SEO but, in reality, he is offering a niche product that is a poor substitute for real search engine optimization.

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4 Responses to “No Doubt Marketing Will Rip You Off”

  1. sara Says:

    Yes, Justin Stewart and no doubt marketing ran off with over $200.00 worth of my money as well. Thieves, liars, and a waste of time. We don’t need more people like this on the internet.

  2. Kevin Says:

    I feel just the opposite about No Doubt Marketing. I have used No Doubt know for a little over 6 months and they have provided me with a more than satisfactory product at a great price! I’m sorry that you have had problems in the past, but I would highly recommend No Doubt to anyone.

  3. Nat Says:

    Justin scammed me too – I am a writer and he had me work on articles than claimed that they were too “generic”. WTF???

    He is a LIAR!

  4. Amy Says:

    You know, I wrote for Justin for about a month, and while the money was okay (mediocre, really; I could make just as much in food service), he treated me like crap and–if the article was involved, say, for how to build something specific like a kitchen cabinet set with drawers–he wouldn’t pay me for anything over the set amount of words he decided. Not only was I ripped off by hundreds because of that, but he even had the audacity to accuse me of plagiarism. I was offended and hurt; I know that my researching and writing skills are worth more than that.

    I have every intention of having the IRS investigate him. Any information that I can find about him will be helpful, so if anyone has had other personal experiences, I’d love to hear them.

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