This consumer complaint against Honor Society was first published by an anonymous source at a (now defunct) website called ComplaintsBase.com on Aug 9, 2018.
The title of the complaint was –
Honor Society, Paying for Fake Benefits
and the user awarded a rating of 0/5 to Honor Society based on his/her experience.
Here is the complete text of the review which has now been deleted from the source –
I joined honor society when I was in college because I believed that it would help me get a job when it came time to graduate. They advertised access to internships and job search tools, networking opportunities, member discounts, and scholarships. I saw it as a great opportunity to get ahead, but it only set me behind. The membership ended up being really expensive. Every month I would have a new charge to my account for miscellaneous fees charged by them. The job search engines they provide are accessible to the public. I also never got any sort of networking assistance. They do not connect you with anyone. I inquired about it but was told that I have to be a member for a certain amount of time. By then I would have paid Honor Society half my tuition. Not worth it. It is just a scam.
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