Luxury Lifestyle Report

Luxury Lifestyle Report Scam or Legit? Check Luxury Lifestyle Report Reviews below.
Ashlee – Mar 12, 2020

Victim Location 77354

Type of a scam Yellow Pages/Directories

I work for a private country club in Houston, TX. I have been contacted by photographers or other vendors numerous times regarding someone (in this case the name was Richard Adams) claiming to be from a magazine called Luxury Lifestyle Report that represents or is in some way connected with high-end clubs in the Houston area and nationwide. He tries to sell ad space to these vendors and is extremely rude to them when they ask questions. He has mentioned the name of the club I work for and we have absolutely no affiliation with him or the "magazine," which I am fairly certain does not exist. Do not respond to this man or this company.

Cheryl –

Total scam! I had the idea, before I bought any ad, to call the country clubs they were talking about, not one authorized their magazine publication. Do not buy!

Raquel –

Victim Location 17112

Type of a scam Yellow Pages/Directories

I received an email on July 11, 2018 stating "My company is publishing business directories for several private country clubs in the Harrisburg area this year. I am inviting you to participate as a recommended vendor for the members and guests".

There was a list of five Country Clubs, the link to the "magazine", and the rates for ads. "The annual rate listed above includes 12 months in the on-line edition as well as the hard copy edition that is distributed directly to the members and guest at the clubs every 6 weeks".

My research shows this is a low fraud phone # in Florida and there is a website for Luxury Lifestyle Magazine.

When I sent back a list of questions to "David Perry" asking how he received my information, why does he think I am a vendor, where can I purchase the magazine locally, how is payment made, what is his physical address and the physical address of the publication, and other relevant questions, I did not receive a response.

This is a marketing ploy or a phishing scam. Either way I am glad I did my research before losing any money!

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