Is CarSponsors.com really a scam?
The internet can be someone's best friend or worst enemy. There will always be people that feel that they should not have to pay to get help with sponsorships and usually those are the ones that voice their opinions more than others.
Who’s calling us a scam?
The majority of all scam posters are those that have never tried CarSponsors.com. They feel that just because a company is charging money to help get someone sponsored they are most likely a scam. This has been an ongoing problem since CarSponsors.com started in 2004.
Confusing CarSponsors.com with SponsoredWhips.com
We ARE NOT SponsoredWhips.com. We get emails everyday from people thinking we are them. We are CarSponsors.com and CarSponsors.com only. We do not have any other sites, are not affiliated with any other companies and do not use the terms sponsored whips in any shape or form.
How can you make sure you are dealing with CarSponsors.com?
We DO NOT call you, we DO NOT charge you $199, we DO NOT ask for you to send us a money order. CarSponsors.com only accepts payments online and through a secure payment system.
CarSponsors.com is B+ Rated at the Better Business Bureau
CarSponsors.com is B+ Rated at the Better Business Bureau. This says a lot about CarSponsors.com and the way we operate our business. The BBB is in place to give consumers an overall view and rating on a company based on complaints. When you are dealing with a B+ rated company, you should have the confidence that you can always contact that company, that company will always make things right and most of all that it is a legitimate company that is monitored by the better business business bureau.
Alleged CarSponsors.com Scams – Answered
Every business gets bad publicity and its usually one sided, but I would like to address these claims with supported facts.
CarSponsors.com is a SCAM!! – If CarSponsors.com was in fact a scam why would 30 leading automotive companies still be partnered with us (most for over 5 years). Why are companies issuing sponsorships to CarSponsors.com almost every day. And if we were a scam, why are existing CarSponsors.com members placing thousands of dollars worth of parts orders every month? How are we rated an A at the Better Business Bureau if we were a scam?
CarSponsors.com is NOT fake and misleading – Take a good look at our website. We don’t have fake sponsors, we don’t make misleading claims, we don’t run deceiving ads and we tell you exactly what you should expect when looking to get your car sponsored. We disclose our membership fees on all sign up pages and have no hidden charges, monthly fees or auto-renewals. Some of our programs do offer upgrades/add-ons during the checkout process.
CarSponsors.com only sends you decals! – Not true at all. Although we do give you free sponsor decals in your sponsorship package, they are not considered your sponsorships. They are simply provided to you if you want to display them on your car. At CarSponsors.com when you become a member, you have a selection of over 30 sponsors that are very willing to help you build your car with the help of sponsorships. Most of our sponsors have been with us for many years and they have always offered to help sponsor CarSponsors.com members, so no, you do not just get decals.
CarSponsors.com is the leader for a reason
Bob Egizi, CEO/Founder, businessman, entrepreneur, car enthusiast, started CarSponsors.com in 2004 and hasn’t stopped building and improving CarSponsors.com in the quest to help car enthusiasts land valuable sponsorships. This drive and effort has resulted in CarSponsors.com becoming the leading car sponsorship platform on the internet. CarSponsors.com has been featured on TV, the movies, magazines and have led many car enthusiasts to hundreds of trophy wins. With our connections, knowledge and power with sponsors, CarSponsors.com can help you land sponsorships to help get you legitimate sponsorships.
Choose facts over fiction
Before believing everything you read on the internet it’s best to read through reliable sources of real people that have tried CarSponsors.com.
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