About Partner With Tom
Operated by self-proclaimed internet millionaire Tom Rockwell, Partner with Tom (www.partnerwithtom.com) is a new work at home moneymaking package that claims to help members make tens of thousands of dollars every day.
Partner with Tom claims that if you follow their “secret” 12-step formula, you will make a significant amount of money with a minimal amount of effort. While no specific information is given about how this will happen, Tom mentions that it’s in his interest to help you become successful, as he will earn a small commission from every sale you make.
Partner with Tom claims that you will need to pay a one-time discounted fee of $97, which appears to mainly cover website setup, after which everything else will be handled for you. While it’s interesting to note that Tom Rockwell initially states his program is free, but then attempts to charge a setup fee, he does claim to provide a 60-day money back guarantee for members who are not fully satisfied.
How Partner with Tom Works/Getting Started
After entering your name, email address, and password on the Partner with Tom homepage, you will be redirected to another page where a video will automatically begin playing. It’s important to note that, despite a 8-10 minute run time for the video, next to no information is provided about how the program actually works. Essentially the only piece of information you’re given is that you’ll be required to purchase a “Partner Website” package through the third-party vendor MyPartnerWebsite.com, after which point Tom Rockwell’s 12-step program will be revealed.
After about 3 minutes into the video, you’ll be provided with an option to get redirected to MyPartnerWebsite.com, where you’re expected to purchase the partner website as mentioned above. The company claims they are charging a $97 fee, which is reduced from their “regular” price of $397. A trick we discovered during our investigation is that if you attempt to close the page, you will receive a prompt to remain there. If you then choose to stay on the page, an additional discount of $50 will be given, bringing the total price down to $47. Also, don’t worry about the 10-minute timer that appears after this new price is displayed—it’s simply there to rush you, and nothing happens once the countdown hits 0:00.
The company claims they will have everything setup for you within 24 hours, including 24/7 technical support, premium cloud hosting, custom website name, in addition to a 100% satisfaction, 60-day money back guarantee.
Is Partner with Tom a Scam? Should You Give it a Try?
We’ll let you be the judge as to whether or not Partner with Tom is a scam, though below are several inconsistencies we noticed during our research:
- As previously mentioned, Partner with Tom provides little to no information as to what you’re going to be doing to make money, other than having visitors click links on your website.
- Tom Rockwell claims that his moneymaking methods are 100% legal and ethical, though no legitimate proof is provided to back up this statement.
- Tom continuously states that he’s going to offer his 12-step program completely free of charge, but then turns around and attempts to charge you a $97 fee.
- Some members have stated that they were offered numerous other products after purchasing the website package, which is something not outlined during the initial presentation.
- In the introductory video, Tom Rockwell also claims that many work at home programs are scams, and that in order to discern the good from the bad, you need to see a live demo before deciding to making a purchase. Despite this statement, no tangible proof is ever provided that Partner with Tom actually works as described, or that it is authentic—only words in a video.
Our observation is that Partner with Tom is specifically designed to rush visitors into making an emotional, ill-informed decision; one which they may later regret. The company likely recognizes that many people are desperate to make money online, which makes them vulnerable to rash decisions. If we were to assign an overall feeling to the Partner with Tom site, it would be, “Don’t think, just do.”
As the time-tested saying goes, “If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is,” and Partner with Tom appears to be no exception. Unless the company can demonstrate how their program works, it may be a good idea to explore other online moneymaking opportunities such as Solavei. Throughout our research, the Partner with Tom 12-step program gives all the appearances of a traditional pyramid scheme, and is solely focused on signing you up, taking your money, and not providing anything of real value in return.
While we admit that we could certainly be wrong, we would recommend that you not expect too much from the program. However, if you really want to try it, follow these two guidelines:
- Think of it like gambling, and that you’ll be throwing away your money. If you feel that you can afford to lose $47-97, including the risk of incurring additional charges, you can “roll the dice,” so to speak. Chances are extraordinarily slim that it will work.
- After you order the product, monitor your credit card activity carefully, and notify your bank.
- The Partner with Tom program claims to help others make money online with minimal effort.
- Claimed 60-day money back guarantee.
- Little to no information provided on how the program works, or how you will be making money.
- Some customers have complained of being offered to buy additional packages once they signed up for the initial website package.
- Many users have noted that they have been unable to contact a customer service representative to file for a refund, or to obtain site support.
- Strong indication that the program is set up like a typical pyramid scheme.
4 out 4 people found this review helpful
Rip off by Tom
This is a total rip off, I lost over 150.00 to this Tom and Desktoplighting what ever, and I can not find out how to get my money back. They have asked me for my ID number but I never got one and they say they are sorry there is nothing they can do.
My credit card shows the purchase for both of these products. Plus they keep telling you need this product and that to be able to get traffic and all kind of stuff to get started and make money.
I think I will just do what Tom does, take your money and run. Thank you, Tom for ripping me off. Lesson well learned.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
6 out 6 people found this review helpful
Definitely a scam with no refund
This is definitely a scam with little to no hope of a refund I've been trying to get my money back for days and every email I send just send a barrage of emails from customer support telling me I'm already earning commissions (non existent) and a link asking for more money to claim them.
Have now lodged a dispute with the bank and they are going to try and get my money back, fingers crossed.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
2 out 2 people found this review helpful
Can't get a refund!
Don't be s sucker like me! Tom never really said what I would be doing but I put my faith in him and waited for& more information. I thought this was something that I could do from home since I'm disabled. I have emailed both addresses on his web site and called the phone number on my bank statement with no response. I need a refund.
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Dec 2, 2013
I also was ripped off. I was sent a confirmation email which I clicked they thanked me and I haven't heard a word from them since. Who do you contact for these kind of scams?