This company i sextremely good at selling advertising. They have a Canadian website. They used to have canadian golf course advertising contracts. But because of their tactics, their obnoxius attitude, they have lost all of their contracts or about to lose them. The businesses that Fairway Media had conned complained to the golf courses so much, that they had no choice but to get rid of them. | In my case, Fairway Media had charged my credit card $500 before I authorized them to do so. The next day, a second sales person attempted to charge my credit card a second time for advertising for two other golf courses. Luckily, my credit card declined the second charge. I found out afterwards that the two additional golf courses had already ended their relationship with Fairway Media, and didn’t actually have any advertising contracts with them. They attempted to defraud me of $500. But according to Joshua, who never did state who he was, said that it was ok because no money was lost. He didn’t even acknowledge that they were defrausing unsuspecting businesses. | Fairway Media had said they had a strict “no refund” policy on their contracts with bisnesses. First, the sales person never said anything about that. Second, the contract is illegible so you can’t read it. And lastly, they don’t even have you sign it and email it back. I had to talk to my credit card company’s Fraud Department to stop any further charges, because Fairway Media refused to erase my credit card details. I had to submit a Canada Anti-Fraud compalint. In order to get a refund, I submitted a BBB complaint – in which Joshua, whoever he was – called and said that he needed a valid reason to refund my money, but attempted fraud wasn’t good enough. | I will wait and see if I actually get back the amount I lost ($497 Canadain). I hope no one ever has to deal with these peoole again. Buyer beware, and don’t give out your credit card details over the hone to anyone. Ever.