“National Association of Professional Women” Is a Scam


Friday, 17 September 2010 at 1:09 pm Pacific USA Time.

I got a letter today telling me I was approved to join (for free) some group called the National Association of Professional Women. The letter was incredibly bland and meaningless, and it just smelled like a scam… even if they wanted no money from me now.

I Googled them, and among other things, found this: http://www.insiderpages.com/b/15246772989/executive-women-s-association-new-york

So if you get a letter or call from them, whether or not they want money, I would stay away.This doesn't feel right to me, and Googling made this look really not good.


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2 Responses to ““National Association of Professional Women” Is a Scam”

  1. Clarissa says:

    I used to get letters in the mail from them all the time. I think they even called a couple of times. I too Googled them and agree that it smells fishy so I have always ignored their correspondence.

  2. nicole says:

    So glad I found this post, I just opened a letter from them…sounds like a bad idea to me too.