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iJango Community Page Goes Live
IJango, the pioneer of the personalized community start page, today launched the IJango Community, which will enable anyone to create and publish their own personal portals known as "Communities". More than 16,000 "Communities" have been created. With IJango Communities, members can collect, design and syndicate their entire digital world in just minutes. Moving beyond traditional blogs and soc...
iJango on ABC2News
iJango is mentioned in a new article on ABC2News that apparently tries to clarify the difference between a Ponzi Scheme and a Pyramid scheme.The article does not identify iJango as either, however it does include a few pointed paragraphs discussing the company and BBB reports of consumer experiences, most notably an apparent uncertainty by consumers as to what the actual iJango product is......
iJango Says BBB Warnings Unfounded
The BBB's Phoenix, Texas and national offices have issued consumer warnings about iJango, warning consumers that the company could be a pyramid scheme. Angela Hale, iJango spokeswoman, disputes that claim. She says that the Internet marketing company has a legitimate business model and that the BBB is misleading consumers and the media as to how many complaints have been filed against the comp...
iJango on NBC Chicago
iJango continues to generate buzz and stir controversy - NBC Chicago posted a news piece on the company on September 25, 2009: Ijango Comes to Town With Critics Close Behind Browser beware.That's the message the Better Business Bureau wants to spread about Ijango, a self-described "online community" which is recruiting marketers in face-to-face sessions across the count...
BBB warns about iJango
The St. Louis Business Journal recently wrote about a Better Business Bureau warning about iJango:The Better Business Bureau in St. Louis is warning consumers and businesses to be wary of a Texas company holding a meeting tonight at Spazio's Westport restaurant.The BBB serving Central, Coastal and Southwest Texas, which is based in Austin, distributed a warning about iJango, saying it may be...
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