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AdSide Scam Artists

Internet Advertisers and Publishers Beware!

AdSide, owned by DOCLIX, offers revenue to publishers with slick, clean pay-per-click ads. But beware. AdSide will happily sign you up and promise publishers “accelerated revenue growth” with its “forward thinking technology.” Think twice!

AdSide will place your order, place your ads, generate money from advertisers and will not pay up. To date, AdSide owes this publisher over $10,000. They will not even acknowledge that they owe money. Their response is no response. Accounts payable would not return a call.

Oded Itzhak, founder and owner of AdSide, did not return calls either. AdSide’s business ethics are simply to steal. Avoid this fraudulent company at all costs.

 

 

www.adside.com

247 West 37th Street, Suite 602, New York, NY 10018

1 (866) ADSIDE-5 1 (866) 237-4335

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