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Prime Corporation Services Review — 22 Comments

  1. Reading this topic i realized how helpful is the company for the new start ups (new business who might need guidance about their own business). It is really good to have these kind of facilities (companies who handle this problems) to solve the tax payment issues, or related fields. As every service, also this one has its own fees. However, at least it is good to read such articles, also for increasing the knowledge on tax payments.

    • Hi Leo,

      Well as good as they make it seem, the problem is that they give you lousy service. And the real kicker is they are charging you an arm and a leg for their service. Some of my readers were fleeced by this company. They told them the would do the work required to incorporate their business, but just charged enormous fees and did the foot dragging routine for more and more money. If you are looking for this kind of help, stay away from these guys.

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment,


  2. Hey Chas,

    What a great review! So very beneficial for anyone looking into starting an online business. There are so many companies out there claiming that they can help you, and charging insane amounts of money. I really like how you listed all of what PCS offers to it’s clients, and then fails to deliver.

    As well, having the comparison of WA alongside the PCS training, it is a no-brainer, and a great eye opener! 

    Thanks for a great article!

    • Thank you, Brenda. Yes, many times companies take advantage of the fact that people are naive, and don’t know where to get good advice. In this case, this company is referred by another company, and the money train continues for both companies. I hope this review helps to stop the the disaster before it gets too far out of hand.

      I used Wealthy Affiliates to show how it matches up. There is no comparison, WA is the clear better choice. I just hope people realize it before they get involved with PCS.

      Thank you for the kind words, and also for taking the time to comment.


  3. The unfortunate part is companies like this hunt for the desperate and poor.  There are so many red flags when reading about this company.  Some bad opportunities at least put up a front that looks good.  I see you are affiiated with Wealthy Affiliate.  I was wondering how that is going for you as I may be interested.

    • Hi Dale,

      Well in my opinion it is like a band of thieves sticking together, and recommending each other. People started  somewhere else and ended up being referred to this company. You get stuck in a poor company, and even before you figure out the first company stinks, the second one is stealing money also! Avoid this company.

      I am an Affiliate of Wealthy Affiliates. They are the real deal. If you are considering joining. I would highly recommend it. Not, just because I am an affiliate, but because they are the real deal. You will learn how to create your business the right way, and not have to scam others.

      Thanks for your thoughts and taking the time to leave a comment,


  4. Hi! This is good information to know! 

    I have personally never heard of this company but I’ve always valued face-to-face consultation when it comes to business taxes and other government required documents. I have never dealt with an audit (knock on wood) but my mother has in her small business. And what she told me sounded incredibly unpleasant. 

    I usually start my business idea by going into a place like SCORE. There are all sorts of non-profit groups like them that can give some advice on what type of entity to make your business, business plans, and other related things. And it’s completely free!

    Is this company targeting small businesses specifically? That seems an incredibly high price to pay for tax advice and corporate credit consultation. Maybe they are banking on people’s inexperience at the starting stages of building a business?

    Thanks for the info! This post has been very helpful!

    • Hi Tina,

      Glad you liked the review. The problem with PCS is people are expecting that professional opinion, and work, but it is not happening. They are simply operating as a scheme to get you on the money train. They should be avoided.

      I had never heard of SCORE and I am sure others have not as well. I will look into them and if they are what you say, I will definitely recommend that to my readers, thank you! Free is always a plus!

      This company is linked to other companies that are operating with questionable character. One particularly bad seed I wrote about is a company called Vibrant Web. Read my review “Vibrant Web Investigation” and I will let you be the judge. Vibrant Web is recommending these scoundrels to clients they took advantage of as well. It is like a double whammy scam on people who think they are working with good people.

      Yes it is an outrageous price, for poor quality work or none at all! They need to be avoided. 

      Thanks for your kind words and your very thoughtful comment, it is appreciated!


  5. It’s so sad that there are company’s out there like this.  If you really want to make money, do it honestly..  Hey like Wealthy Affiliate!!  🙂

    There are so many scams out there. I hear new horror stories, pretty much every week. I’m not calling PCS a scam, but they’re not upfront and honest.  Thank you for the heads up regarding PCS   Hopefully it’ll help those that are seriously considering PCS.  And hope they give Wealthy Affiliate a go.  They are totally legit!!  Trying it for free for 7 days, with the 10 lessons free, you can see how legit they are.

    I’m lucky, I’ve been able to avoid these sorts of companies.  I research they heck out of everything.  Especially if they’re wanting my money.  Have you fallen prey to any of these sorts of companies?  I sure hope not.

    Again, thanks for taking the time and giving us all a heads up.  We can be more informed when making decisions,


    • Hi Laura,

      Thanks for reading my review. PCS is a dishonest company for sure. They provide financial services at very high cost with little value for their products. In some cases they are not doing much at all.The point is that there are better options out there, like using your own tax accountant instead of these guys.

      I have not been caught by financial companies, but fell for some free trials that were not free at all. One bad one was the story I wrote about “The Smart Pill Scam”. I was snookered on that one!

      Wealthy Affiliates is the real deal, and people looking to start a business, would avoid all the other scams out there just by trying them first.

      It comes down to how educated you are on scams you run into. If you are a novice, you just don’t know they are a scam. I hope people do research and find our reviews first, but unfortunately, they ask for help after they got stung.

      Thanks for your thoughts and taking the time to leave a comment, 


  6. Thanks guys the information, actually I’m one of you guys who is a victim of this company claiming that they are legitimate, before we join this kind of business l asked a lot of questions to see if they aren’t a scam and they said no, we’re not.our company is legitimate and has an excellent rating that’s what they are saying in order to convince us.They are so nicey,nicey to us the first time, there’s a lady named NATASHA SHAFAPAY,she said she’s the director of their corporate,and she helped us to open a line of credit at Chase bank and discover. The first payment they from those credit card, $1,660 for the LLC and the other one is for paydex to open a line of credit. There’s a guy named Nick is the one in charge for all the documents and he is saying the expenses is 100 percent tax deductible,and you guys don’t have to worry for all the expenses,he told us,and then the next day, somebody called us again, saying that we need to have and hire somebody to do our tax,and he charged us with the amount of $ 1890.00 this is one time payment only he said they have the promo that’s why cheaper to us,he told us.There’s a lot of charges to us,$ 9,330.00.to set up a webpage of the business that’s what we’re told, right now we’re under training about the business and the Trainor named BEN SMITH,and if l questions to him about this business he don’t answer me,he said he’s only the Trainor and don’t know all the answers. They keep saying that if we questions call us,and if call, nobody answered our call,they never return call even we leave a message to their phone. They waited until we get mad it’s frustrating.They deceived us they lied to us. Who ever read this please help us what’s the best thing to do,we want our money back.we can’t afford to pay all this credit card,My
    husband is disabledd what he makes isn’t enough to pay the mortgage. I’m overwhelmed right now. I need the help right now. Thanks.

    • Hi Juanita,
      It is stories like yours, that break my heart. Click here to get my checklist and contact the attorney generals office. Then wait to hear from them. I know how devastating it is to be scammed, so try to stay calm.
      Tell the AG office what happened,you were scammed and that you want your money back.You have to talk to them first before you contact an attorney. let me know if you have any questions,I will help you any way I can.

  7. Everything that I have read about Prime Corporate Services in these complaints has just happened to me recently and I am furious about the whole thing!I am going to file a complaint on this company and try to get my money back.It is all true what I have read up on them and I feel for everyone out there that has bee scammed and had their hard earned money taken from them.Let`s all work together and report all these scammers to the authorities!

    • Hi Frankie,
      Sorry to hear you lost money to these guys. Were you involved with Vibrant Web also? They use those guys(Prime Corporate Services) a lot! Anyway, you can use my checklist to get you started, and by all means report them to everyone you can. I have a decent list of people to contact on that list! Keep me updated and contact me if you have any questions, i will help you anyway I can, just ask! Now, when you file those online reports, you likely won’t hear anything from them. BUT, it is important you file them! The FBI keeps a database on these crooks.After they get enough reports on somebody, they will pursue an investigation. So, you are helping everyone by filing all the reports you can! Frankie, good luck…and try not to beat yourself up over it, I know exactly how it feels! These guys are good at what they do! I got a lot of satisfaction filing reports, and I did get my money back!

  8. So THANKFUL we did not fall for this scam Prime Corporate pushes. The man belittled us and tried to use scare tactics on us as he tried to weasel $4610 out of us. He became very rude and agitated as we kept refusing-actually using the word “asinine” at one point.I will be quickly losing his contact information-Nick Buhelos-385-557-5105.

    • Hi Kimberly,
      It is awesome you were not fooled, good for you!! It feels good to hear sometimes we get off the hook, and leave those scumbags holding an empty bag!! Thanks for taking the time to stop by and let me know!! Great news!

  9. My friend who is 79 Years old is also a victim of this solicited company. She was told she would be lots of money on the at home online marketing and she needed to set up a LLC. They would do this for her for $1,660.00. Tried calling the company and explained to Anna that she is 79 years old and did not know what she was getting into on a fixed income. Asked her if the company can make the senior whole again by giving her money back, because now that she is 50K+ in debt with other affiliated companies, I was giving them the opportunity to correct this issue. She would not stating that they did what she asked for. Advised her that I will be filing a FTC complaint as well as contacting the Attorney General in their state. Still waiting for the managers Steven Harward call!

    • Hi Connie,
      It is heartbreaking to hear what these companies will do. They have no moral boundaries.I hope you have contacted the Attorney General already,that is a great start. It is worthwhile to mention her age as well, because this is a crime against the elderly as well. These companies are relentless with the up-sells. Be persistent and don’t give in to anything they try to offer other than giving her money back! You should have a clear case here. Don’t hesitate to ask for any help, I will do anything I can.

  10. I mistakenly got mixed up with Prime Corporation back in 2015 and I was told all the same things that were written in the post. I was asked to put a lot of fees on my credit cards. I was told I had a lifetime access to this business school that no longer exist. They had me paying for a LLC that I didn’t need and didn’t tell me that it was $800 a year to file with IRS. When I found out this fraud from this company, I cancelled them and all of their side companies as well. Unfortunately, I am still left with paying off credit cards of their misleading and fraudent business tactics. This company needs to be run out of business and be made to pay back everyone they have scammed. People beware.

    • Hi Alberto,
      I am sorry to hear stories like this, please report them to the Attorney Generals Office in your state.They may help you get some money back.Also file a report with the FBI IC3 unit, they will help to get them out of business.

      I first heard about Prime Corporation from a victim of Vibrant Web. It seems they were being referred by Vibrant Web.I think it is totally despicable for one bad company to refer another bad outfit. Thank you for sharing your story!It may help somebody avoid them.

    • Hi Meila,
      Thanks for the heads up! After I examined the company, I realized quickly they were not a good company to get involved with.Would you like to share your story?First hand stories are the best warning and help for others.

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