• Trumpetarchon
    March 17, 2015
    You both obviously make a lot of money off unsuspecting people, but claiming you contacted your lawyer and found out all the posts where from the same IP address is just laughable, the governments can't even force isp's to release IP address information from online pirates that company's like Disney to name a few are trying to find.

    You know if you don't like being defamed, stop ripping people off, get a real f*cking job.
  • Harvard Lawyers
    July 28, 2015
    Thanks App Nation our app looks great and thanks for the extra business our real estate ad has given us.
  • JS
    February 18, 2015
    Hi I just saw your blog and I'm an ex employee of App Nation / Apps r us or whatever they call them selves these days. the person in question is Kristine Holley and her side kick Fiona Pearce. I'm in the process in putting together a class action along with providing information to A Current Affair to expose them on national TV and to strengthen the class action against them. I need a handful of people that have been scammed by these fraudsters and be willing to talk to investigators to file a case against them. Please reply with some contact details and I will respond.
  • Deborah
    February 10, 2016
    Well the truth be known I am a real person and my partner and I were contacted by a "Cathy" on number 0475 212 651 yesterday - 9 Feb 2016 selling an APP tied in with Real Estate agents and sounded legit.

    Unfortunately they now have my partner's debit card details and we are hoping that they don't take anything from it. Although checking the account today - an amount has come out and we now have to go to the bank and have it checked out and reversed and possibly having to go as far as getting the account changed.

    Have tried contacting the "Cathy" on the mobile number above and of course, straight to voice mail and no response to text messages either.

    Sorry people, but this definitely sounds like a scam that by the looks of it, has been running for a couple of years now and by the same 2 women. I would honestly believe the people on here who are warning you and advising you to do searches on the different company names. It would appear that we too have been caught up in the scam and are quickly attempting to shut down everything possible to protect our money. Thanks for reading. Deborah
  • App Nation
    March 17, 2015
    Bring you new customers

    As small businesses grow, they will need to continue integrating into the mobile-connected world. Through social media, mobile apps and more, connectivity and engagement through devices is at an all time high, and will only continue to grow, with more and more consumers getting smart phones and other devices. Customers grow more reliant on their devices by the day, with other forms of advertising and sales becoming almost obsolete.

    Businesses simply must adapt and offer mobile-friendly, cross-channel experiences for their customers if they plan to grow and generate business. Apps must be secure and safe, engaging for customers, easy to use, affordable, and generate revenue for the business
  • Rob Aspin
    April 3, 2017
    Hi There
    I also signed up after a cold call when they picked me up from Hi pages on the Gold Coast
    In the conversation I was not told about any cooling of period, required by the ACCC and only found a fine print in the advertising sign off which I have not signed or returned
    I was rushed into making payment over the phone and also had a real estate agent that I was to be attached to so as to generate more work. I finally had time to contact that realty involved who told me they were not looking for any trades people. So I emailed Brittini at AppNation and asks to cancel only to be told that my cooling off period had elapsed and they had done all this work which I hadn't even given them any information
    All they new was my business name
    So they are still catching people, feel free to contact me
    In the mean time I will be contracting the ACCC to seek their advice
    Take them down
  • Ripped
    September 23, 2015
    JS, are you still in the process of putting together a class action. I have just been scammed by App Nation and am looking to do the same.
  • Marie Rajka Carovic is a Scammer
    August 18, 2015
    For your information:
    The person that posted this comment is a 51 year old mentally ill women named Marie Rajka Carovic. She has posted numerous comments on this site, under different aliases. It is unfortunate that one of our ex staff members Marie Rajka Carovic, has gone done this path of self destruction, trying to take our business along with her. Ms Carovic, worked for us for a couple of weeks. In that time, she was incredibly arrogant, argumentative, and very hard to get along with ourselves and all our staff. There was an instance last week where Ms Carovic abused a fellow staff member and threatened to hit her. The fellow staff member is 4 months pregnant. We also discovered that she was lying to clients, and promising them things that our company does not provide. The end result was we had to dismiss her. This resulted with the police being called as she went berserk. We have since learnt that Marie Carovic is extremely ill due to mental illness. We feel sorry for her, and she clearly needs help, however we also need to let our clients know that all these comments are not true. We sincerely apologise that our clients need to see this type of thing. It is unfortunate that there is websites out there like this one, that will post absolutely anything without checking the facts first.
    Kind Regards
    App Nation.
  • Katie
    February 12, 2015
    Kristine Holly is one of the partners at App Nation she bullies all the staff who are young people under 25 they only last one or two days some might get 1 or 2 sales and on the third day she sack's them on the spot with out pay it messes with there heads and self-esteem and no one has been there for more then a few weeks, she claims she has real estates and sells apps to local business and claims they will feature in a data base over 5000 clients only to find out the real estates clients never use the services she sells under their name and if you contact the real estates to confirm, all of them will say to stay clear of App Nation, they used to be called Apps r us. If you want to stop these scammer's please reply as I'm an ex employee and I know of their ins and outs of the fraudulent tricks they use to scam peoples money, I can collect a hand full of clients they stole money from and we can file a class action against them. let me know your thoughts?
  • Telco100 Name Change from App Nation
    August 24, 2017
    I just received a phone call regarding App Nation, they went into liquidation and now are calling themselves Telco100, the only way to stop this scamming business and it's owner Kristine Holley is to post on website again and let everyone know that they are calling themselves Telco100 same address different ABN, phone number and website. Let join forces and take them down.
  • scammed as well
    July 18, 2016
    After signing up over the ph called the real estate a few weeks later to confirm only to be told its a scam they do a dodgy advert on an app that the general public have to download.. who downloads an app when looking at real estate.. the flight tickets never arrive and they continue to debit your credit card . Of course they say its an ex employee so I rang others who had advertised and guess what they all say the same hey where scammed as well.. take some time look at the others that are on your link and see what they have to say .. and close you ccard account...
  • Weird And Cheered
    February 15, 2016
    Weird And Cheered

    Telemarketing | Saint Paul, MN, USA | Family & Kids

    (I work for my university calling alum and asking for donations to the school. A child who sounds about five or six picks up.)

    Kid: “Hello?”

    Me: “Hi, may I please speak to [Alum]?”

    Kid: *to mom* “Mom, there’s some weird lady on the phone for you.”

    Alum: “Oh, my god, I am so sorry!”

    Me: *laughing hysterically* “That brightened my entire day.”

    Alum: “I’ll give him a talking-to later.”

    Me: “No, no, I promise. It was adorable.”
  • Facebook for Every Phone
    February 12, 2016
    Facebook for Every Phone is an official freeware developed by the social network itself and dedicated to mobile devices, even smartphones, that can connect to the internet. Creating this app, Facebook wanted to include all users around the world in the Facebook experience. The developers have thought about more than 2.500 varying type of terminal with the creation and updating of this brilliant java application.

    It is available for Android, iOS and Windows Mobile; but also for Java-enabled mobile phones. This app enables users of conventional cellphones to access the social networking from anywhere and everywhere. With this idea, Facebook has entered in to a collaboration agreement with many global telephone companies in India, Bangladesh, Russia, Egypt, Nigeria, Philippines, Germany, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Brazil, Portugal and Pakistan. This agreement is to give the user 90 days of free data specifically to try Facebook for Every Phone. The developer’s website offers a list of participating companies for each country.
    February 11, 2016
    Don't you people see that the same person is writing multiple reviews, if they have really done something wrong wouldn't they have been closed down by now. Common sense will tell you that.
  • Ripped off
    June 30, 2015
    Appnation is the same as App r us a really bad business. Businesses need to keep putting their complaints on this site and other sites to stop these people from ripping us off. I have been stung by their so called great app, it does not work, waste of money and they had the hide to re debit my credit card after 12 months plus they did not bother to contact me for authorisation. I have taken this matter up with my bank. By voicing your complaints and contacting others, we can get this class action together and stop them once and for all.
  • Oh them again
    October 17, 2019
    They have done everything from betting software, ikea kitchen installations, qbcc issues, both a real concern, Maria is not been seen for a while but he s still around and has a normal job during the day when he can hold it together
  • Anonymous
    August 8, 2018
    Ms Carovic and her partner James Small are both scam artists. They have run many business under various names and scam people out of their money
  • Anonymous
    October 9, 2017
    Helensvale Pool Centre - (07) 5529 7257
    Scammed as well
  • Mia
    August 8, 2016
    I always google a company before applying for a job, Yes they are currently advertising for staff on SEEK, obviously I will NOT bother to apply for this load of rubbish.
  • Total scam
    July 21, 2016
    I recently was called by App Nation asking if I wanted to advertise on my local real estate agent's app that they were building. They took my money before I had even signed any contracts. They also said they would build an app for me, when I started asking them who was going to see my app and how were people going to get it, they were really vague about saying they would be texting it out to people in my local area. I asked if they could send me traffic reports so I can see how many people will be using my app and viewing it and they hung up. They then called me back and asked me if I wanted to advertise on a different real estate agent's app from my local area. They're just taking money for ads that I don't think anyone is ever going to see. I've asked for my money back. Still waiting. Not hopeful. Next stop, a call to my bank.

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In 2006, there were 30,275 persons usually resident in Banora Point: 48.0% were males and 52.0% were females. Of the total population in Banora Point 3.1% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more

The most common responses for occupation for employed persons usually resident in Banora Point were Technicians and Trades Workers 16.8%, Sales Workers 13.9%, Clerical and Administrative Workers 13.9%, Professionals 13.3% and Labourers 12.6%.

There were 8,630 families in Banora Point: 35.0% were couple families with children, 47.8% were couple families without children, 16.3% were one parent families and 1.0% were other families.

53.9% of persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in Banora Point were married, 24.0% never married, 13.3% separated or divorced and 8.8% widowed.

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