801-542-8598
UT, US
Lynn
Lynn
2012-02-02 15:31:22
Unknown
HEADS UP!!! I am familiar with the company focuslc.com (MENTIONED in the comment from "Clay Taylor and Dustin Ridge24 Nov 2009" on this post. I haven't received a call from the phone number in discussion, but focuslc.com will charge you thousands of dollars for training and coaching, setting you up with a drop shipping warehouse (Ignite) containing only 50,000 products, teach you how to build a website and provide hosting. Don't get sucked in, many better and cheaper options are available. My husband has a friend who just spent about $6000 for this "wonderful" opportunity package; as he thought it would be. The coaching is helpful and sincere however Doba, a much larger drop shipper (actually the parent company of the drop shipper Ignite that focuslc gets you signed up with), offers 1.5 million items, website building and hosting with automated product ordering, and training for about $600.00 a for a year with their promotional discounts they offer when you sign up for a FREE 7 day trial. THE BIG PROBLEM IS THIS: Doba, just like the ignite ware house item prices are discounted so little, often higher than what you find other people on the web charging for the exact items. But my husbands friend was told he would have EVERYTHING he needed with the Ignite warehouse to make well over $100,000 a year. Recently the coach admitted that finding a different drop shipper will be necessary to find necessary profit margins. OUTRIGHT LIARS
Sharon
Sharon
2011-06-06 20:58:53
Unknown
Unwanted caller.
Steve
Steve
2011-06-06 20:58:53
Unknown
Work from home scam,selling themselves as being related to Google. Don't give them any credit card information. Do a Google search for Google work at home scam.
SCAM!!!
SCAM!!!
2010-12-02 03:52:31
Unknown
I got a call from this number. A man clammed that they were also trying to see if i was qualified for a training course in starting an online business. Stating that i would have a personal adviser take me through the steps of there training program. I thought the company was members of EbizShortCuts which is an online program that i signed up for that shows you how to market online, start an online business, or profit from blogging. I was transferred to speak with JACKSON. Jackson spent an hour trying to make me feel like this was a one time offer and that if i don't sign up with them now i will loose out. He referenced to a company called 'Focus' where they said they were backed by the BBB. unfortunately i fell victim to there scam! they sent me a contract and i read through it before agreeing, i was relieved because it said i would have 3 days to cancel after i sign. Right after I hung up the phone i found sights just like this! i also looked up the business name they have on there contract 'VENTURE INTERNATIONAL' when you look this name up you will come across a company based out of Hudsonville, MI. Where as on there contract there company address is 1780 WEST 9000 SOUTH STE 253, WEST JORDAN, UT 84088. If you search Venture International Utah you will come across this sight, which shows they are not backed by the BBB.

http://www.bbb.org/utah/business-reviews/inve ... ity-ut-22170548

I have no idea how they got my number. the only explination i have is that they are connected with "home cash flow solutions"  which i found through 'Your Internet Profits'. I went to the bank the next morning and put in a claim against the transaction. Thank God i got back my money, but trust me it could have turned out much worse if i did not find this website early!
Bea
Bea
2010-08-30 22:10:11
Unknown
I sign up 7 days ago and everything that was promised to me by all three people I spoke to now change to a different story. I am trying to stop all transaction.
Beatrice
Beatrice
2010-08-30 22:03:59
Unknown
I am going to fight them. These people know how vulnerable the job market is and they are taking advantages of that to hurt people even more.

How deceiving,
heidi443
heidi443
2010-07-24 03:45:46
Unknown
wow it looks like you all really gave them a shot.  Good for you guys. I know when i get a call from a company thats trying to help me  "its got to be to good to be true" get off your a**es and find a job! Stop bitching about how you were looking for help online, and god forbid they fallow up with you. I'll be willing to say almost every one on this forum is collection disability, unemployment, social security, ect.  always the victim on these blogs. . . .  Well keep complaining and feeling sorry for your self.  All of the successful people got there that way.

PS. Good for you nick.
heidi443
heidi443
2010-07-24 03:44:04
Unknown
wow it looks like you all really gave them a shot.  Good for you guys. I know when i get a call from a company thats trying to help me  "its got to be to good to be true" get off your a***s and find a job! Stop bitching about how you were looking for help online, and god forbid they fallow up with you. I'll be willing to say almost every one on this forum is collection disability, unemployment, social security, ect.  always the victim on these blogs. . . .  Well keep complaining and feeling sorry for your self.  All of the successful people got there that way.

PS. Good for you nick.
tasmark
tasmark
2010-06-30 14:23:55
Unknown
Well I guess the last person from Pitsburgh PA has definitely got my attention with the latest phone number, but lucky for me I just banked a cheque today, and here in Australia it takes 3 working days to clear.
I contacted the bank and cancelled my CC and lucky for me it was a cheque I banked and not cash.
I had felt uncomfortable all afternoon about giving my CC details over the phone for a amount of US             $ 5,500.00
I can say that the sales pattern was the same as experienced in previous blogs here, first contact was some one " the qualifier " and then the Director, how ever when the Director called, it was another person, who also was a Director of that business.
$ 5,500.00 F..k how dumb was I ? were only getting 85 us cents for our dollar.... over AUD $ 6,400.00
F. P. Evans, Pittsburgh, PA
F. P. Evans, Pittsburgh, PA
2010-06-10 03:07:29
Telemarketer
(1)  Apparently, they've changed their phone no. in the meantime.  It's now: 1-800-810-4951.
(2)  YES!  Still CLAIMING to be associated w/Google-AT FIRST!  THEN 'admitting' that they're 'affiliated' w/"a
      #' of different Web companies.
(3)  Also, still 'operating' thru an initial 'screener' who TRIES to get you to agree to a 'scheduled app'mnt' w/"a
      Director"  -- who will want you to "invest" AS LITTLE as $1,000  (--but tries initially to get over $2,000)-!!
(4) The 'screener' (-mine was a 'Ryan Iberson'-) LIES & 'twists the truth' about their 'business operations,' etc.
     - & basically does ANYthing BUT give you a straight answer-!
(5)  HOWEVER (-& aMAzingly!), HE actually referred me to THIS website - where I could (FINally) discover
     The Truth-!!
(6)  Was the guy above - i.e. the ONLY one w/ANYthing POSITIVE to say - a 'plant'/for real-??? REALLY
     makes me wonder, after ALL of the other VERY negative comments-!!
(7)  BLESS YOU ALL FOR WARNING ME ABOUT THESE "SCAMMERS"-!!!
raging
raging
2010-04-21 22:21:45
Unknown
You talk shite dont ya......
ngc121629
ngc121629
2010-02-02 03:37:14
Unknown
Nick:I'll bet you $100.00 you won't post your name address and phone number and a valid email to verfy your claim
Looked Intuit
Looked Intuit
2010-01-08 00:05:55
Unknown
Thank you.  I am old enough to know better and would never sign up for such a scam, however I thought I was only buying a page of instructions for $1.95.

Apparently by clicking "No Thanks" on their "one time only offer" pages I was accepting the "terms & conditions" link on that page.

I did not read the terms & conditions link since I had no interest in the offer.  It appears as though the terms that seemingly apply to their "one time offer" are supposedly for the $1.95 information --

I will follow all your suggestions (well at least the ones that are legal) - Love your Name!!!
Youfuck Withewrongguy
Youfuck Withewrongguy
2009-12-24 01:39:49
Unknown
Huge scam. They are a bunch of fraudulent cheap scum telemarketers from Utah that have decided to spend their life scamming people thru the telephone or thru the internet stilling money by offering fraudulent jobs with Google etc. . . . . Do not give any personal information or buy anything from this people. One of many of their fish hooks is this: http://news8chicago.com/2009/FINANCE/income.opportunity/google/?subid=546.
They are lying to the people by providing information that makes you believe at first glance that they are related to ?Google?. They also use the name Google to scam people thru the telephone. They call and present themselves as ?John Doe? from Google Casting. Since they probably will tell that the call might be monitored or recorded the verbal agreement is automatically a bilateral type of legal contract. Record the conversation if you can and ask them: Are you related to Google? If they doesn?t monitor or record the calls tell them that you do. Record it anyway for your records then tell them at the end that the conversation was recorded.
They will charge between $70.00 - $80.00 + $1.95 initial fee every month from your credit, debit card each month for this scam if you don't cancel within 7 days after you signed electronically their fraudulent contract. So check your bank statement you might have a surprise there.
This people are exactly the same people from ?Google jobs scam?, Infusion Media, Inc. handles their pages, MHM Money Mastery, Search Income Pro and Money Mastery, Internet Income Pro, ?a corporation?, also d/b/a Google Money Tree, Bill killer, Auction Income Pro, Google Pro, and Google Treasure Chest all are exactly the same. Related to Summit Consulting, Foreclosure World, FOCUS, NMR COACHING - SUCCESS TEAM (classified also as a Corrupted company by Ripoff report) HomeJobStop, Process at Home etc. etc. etc. and a lot more. This people have being ripping off people thru scamming practices.
They use different names for this.

Company Web Site:
http://www.sipandmm.com/
Company E-mail:
support@sipandmm.com
You can try to cancel by calling here but they don?t answer the telephone or make it hard for you to cancel: 866-919-2556. They don?t provide verifiable physical address so in order to trace them I used a different confidential and old NSA ?path tracing Cherokee Indian trick?.
Some of their other phones are:
1-800-405-8582 ext 500 ?so called corporate offices?
(801) 542-8598
(888) 681-9905 ext1115
(800) 405-8581
(888) 681-9905
(800) 405-8582
(888)-681-9905 ext 1078

Some of this phones could be patched to cell phones tagged with names. This last information cannot be verified at this moment but will be shortly.
Their "corporation" has grown fast making money scamming people. They have being able to contract a bunch of yams with ties that are working for them as clueless slaves. Some of their scammers will give you the following names:
1) Their answering machine who says ?corporate offices?. No description!
2) A woman that pass as a receptionist that present herself as Miss ?Thank you for calling corporate offices?. ( I think is Suzanne Kimball Rekow)
3) Daniel Beninfield (real name could be Peter Jeppson)
4) Adams that say he is from ?Google Casting?. (real name could be Alan Williams)
5) Dustin Ridge (which I think is Adam with a blond hair wig).
Any way this family are located in Utah and this is the people or company behind the scam.
6) Todd
7) Clay Taylor
8) Jon MC Kay
Company is owned by:
Peter Jeppson and Alan Williams
MoneyMastery.com; Mars Hill Media LLC, 3051 W. Maple Loop, Suite 125, Lehi, Utah 84043, MarsHillMedia.com  
(This is on the Ashton Blvd by the Club House Dr)
and (Money Mastery) Time & Money LLC 1403 South 600 West, Suite A, Woods Cross, Utah 84010  
Phone: 888-201-2524 Fax: 801-951-5115.
Email: alan@moneymastery.net
info@moneymastery.com
customersupport@moneymastery.com
Toll Free:
(888) 292-1099
Phone:
(801) 292-1099
Suzanne Kimball Rekow (Publicity Manager)
Owners: Peter Jeppson and Alan Williams  
http://www.moneymastery.com/AboutUs/default.aspx
http://www.facebook.com/peter.jeppson
To cancel you can:
A) Google their address go and kick their a***s and then burn their bodies, families and descendants to ashes. I don?t recommend you this one because everything will end really fast and you won?t have a lot of fun with them crying and screaming. So try the next one (B).
B) Do it legally by sending a certified cancellation letter to:
PO box 2999 Riverton Utah 84065. File a report with the police. Then contact your bank file a dispute, cancel your account or change it and cancel your card or change it.
Optional: F*** them really hard and fast in the a***ole w/o KY jelly (probably they will like it! I don?t really know.) Anyway by filling a complaint here:
1) FTC: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/
The terms and conditions are hidden in dark small letters.
2) The report them to:
Better Business Bureau of Utah
5673 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, UT
(801) 892-6009?
3) Computer crime and Intellectual Property Section
United States Department of Justice
http://www.cybercrime.gov/reporting.htm
4) FBI Salt Lake City
To report a crime
http://saltlakecity.fbi.gov/contact.htm
FBI Salt Lake City
257 East 200 South, Suite 1200
Salt Lake City, UT 84111-2048
Phone: (801) 579-1400
Fax: (801) 579-4500
E-mail: SaltLakeCity@ic.fbi.gov

Signed:
Youfuck Withewrongguy Jr
Youfuck Withewrongguy Jr
Youfuck Withewrongguy Jr
2009-12-24 01:28:27
Telemarketer
Huge scam. They are a bunch of fraudulent cheap scum telemarketers from Utah that have decided to spend their life scamming people thru the telephone or thru the internet stilling money by offering fraudulent jobs with Google etc. . . . . Do not give any personal information or buy anything from this people. One of many of their fish hooks is this: http://news8chicago.com/2009/FINANCE/income.opportunity/google/?subid=546.
They are lying to the people by providing information that makes you believe at first glance that they are related to ?Google?. They also use the name Google to scam people thru the telephone. They call and present themselves as ?John Doe? from Google Casting. Since they probably will tell that the call might be monitored or recorded the verbal agreement is automatically a bilateral type of legal contract. Record the conversation if you can and ask them: Are you related to Google? If they doesn?t monitor or record the calls tell them that you do. Record it anyway for your records then tell them at the end that the conversation was recorded.
They will charge between $70.00 - $80.00 + $1.95 initial fee every month from your credit, debit card each month for this scam if you don't cancel within 7 days after you signed electronically their fraudulent contract. So check your bank statement you might have a surprise there.
This people are exactly the same people from ?Google jobs scam?, Infusion Media, Inc. handles their pages, MHM Money Mastery, Search Income Pro and Money Mastery, Internet Income Pro, ?a corporation?, also d/b/a Google Money Tree, Bill killer, Auction Income Pro, Google Pro, and Google Treasure Chest all are exactly the same. Related to Summit Consulting, Foreclosure World, FOCUS, NMR COACHING - SUCCESS TEAM (classified also as a Corrupted company by Ripoff report) HomeJobStop, Process at Home etc. etc. etc. and a lot more. This people have being ripping off people thru scamming practices.
They use different names for this.

Company Web Site:
http://www.sipandmm.com/
Company E-mail:
support@sipandmm.com
You can try to cancel by calling here but they don?t answer the telephone or make it hard for you to cancel: 866-919-2556. They don?t provide verifiable physical address so in order to trace them I used a different confidential and old NSA ?path tracing Cherokee Indian trick?.
Some of their other phones are:
1-800-405-8582 ext 500 ?so called corporate offices?
(801) 542-8598
(888) 681-9905 ext1115
(800) 405-8581
(888) 681-9905
(800) 405-8582
(888)-681-9905 ext 1078

Some of this phones could be patched to cell phones tagged with names. This last information cannot be verified at this moment but will be shortly.
Their "corporation" has grown fast making money scamming people. They have being able to contract a bunch of yams with ties that are working for them as clueless slaves. Some of their scammers will give you the following names:
1) Their answering machine who says ?corporate offices?. No description!
2) A woman that pass as a receptionist that present herself as Miss ?Thank you for calling corporate offices?. ( I think is Suzanne Kimball Rekow)
3) Daniel Beninfield (real name could be Peter Jeppson)
4) Adams that say he is from ?Google Casting?. (real name could be Alan Williams)
5) Dustin Ridge (which I think is Adam with a blond hair wig).
Any way this family are located in Utah and this is the people or company behind the scam.
6) Todd
7) Clay Taylor
Company is owned by:
Peter Jeppson and Alan Williams
MoneyMastery.com; Mars Hill Media LLC, 3051 W. Maple Loop, Suite 125, Lehi, Utah 84043, MarsHillMedia.com  
(This is on the Ashton Blvd by the Club House Dr)
and (Money Mastery) Time & Money LLC 1403 South 600 West, Suite A, Woods Cross, Utah 84010  
Phone: 888-201-2524 Fax: 801-951-5115.
Email: alan@moneymastery.net
info@moneymastery.com
customersupport@moneymastery.com
Toll Free:
(888) 292-1099
Phone:
(801) 292-1099
Suzanne Kimball Rekow (Publicity Manager)
Owners: Peter Jeppson and Alan Williams  
http://www.moneymastery.com/AboutUs/default.aspx
http://www.facebook.com/peter.jeppson
To cancel you can:
A) Google their address go and kick their a***s and then burn their bodies, families and descendants to ashes. I don?t recommend you this one because everything will end really fast and you won?t have a lot of fun with them crying and screaming. So try the next one (B).
B) Do it legally by sending a certified cancellation letter to:
PO box 2999 Riverton Utah 84065. File a report with the police. Then contact your bank file a dispute, cancel your account or change it and cancel your card or change it.
Optional: F*** them really hard and fast in the a***ole w/o KY jelly (probably they will like it! I don?t really know.) Anyway by filling a complaint here:
1) FTC: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/
The terms and conditions are hidden in dark small letters.
2) The report them to:
Better Business Bureau of Utah
5673 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, UT
(801) 892-6009?
3) Computer crime and Intellectual Property Section
United States Department of Justice
http://www.cybercrime.gov/reporting.htm
4) FBI Salt Lake City
To report a crime
http://saltlakecity.fbi.gov/contact.htm
FBI Salt Lake City
257 East 200 South, Suite 1200
Salt Lake City, UT 84111-2048
Phone: (801) 579-1400
Fax: (801) 579-4500
E-mail: SaltLakeCity@ic.fbi.gov

Signed:
Youfuck Withewrongguy Jr
FUKWITH WRONGPEOPLE
FUKWITH WRONGPEOPLE
2009-12-16 20:43:21
Unknown
They are related to Infusion Media, Inc. Is a company that is dedicated to setup scams thru the web. They sell themselves as "Google Money Mastering". At least 3 males and one woman are involved in this scam. They use around 7 different phones to mimic a corporate office. They usually refuse to provide a verifiable address, or if they provide an address is a false one. They post also comments similar to the one posted by "Nick" here on 2 Dec 2009, to clean their reputation. Funny thing is that they bite and it smells like burned flesh already.
lc
lc
2009-12-11 00:39:34
Unknown
Have called ~ 7 PM every night for the last week.

Comes up as "success team" on ID

Never talk, but leave that creepy 15 seconds of silence on the answering machine...
Helen
Helen
2009-12-04 20:03:55
Unknown
First got a call from someone called Todd, allegedly from Google, showing number as 801-542-8598. Explained I couldn't take call and he said he would ring back later. After checking on here and realising it was a scam number I didn't answer when he rang back, now showing as "number withheld". I was left a voicemail from "Todd" asking me to ring him back on 888-681-9905 extension 1078.
Carol
Carol
2009-12-02 22:46:18
Unknown
This is a scam using Google as a "Work from Home".  Google has absolutely nothing this scheme to do with My Money Plan/ Wealth Connection (Automatic Wealth Connection, 93 S Jackson St #20205, Seattle, WA 98104-2818).  Any company that requires you to pay in order to work.

Please do not sign up for this.
Nick
Nick
2009-12-02 17:42:30
Unknown
I signed up with this group about 2 months ago. Everything has gone perfect to plan. They called me the same way they have called you guys.  The first guy interviewed me to see if i qualified, I did. Then i spoke to one of the directors. He explained the business plan and how it would work. I loved it and invested 15K and have already made $10,000 with my business. I should be able to double that through the x mas season.  Sounds like some of you should be a little more open minded.  This company has changed my life.
Clay Taylor and Dustin Ridge
Clay Taylor and Dustin Ridge
2009-11-24 19:56:27
Unknown
The names above were used during the call.  They work by having one person, the intial call set up a second call with his director, who then gives you the whole picture.

I wanted to let you know that the persons I had spoken with Clay Taylor 801-542-8598 ext 1110, along with his colleague Dustin Ridge 801-542-8598 ext 1069 touted this website:  http://www.choosefocusnow.com/  and said that their Draper, UT location is connected to this company www.focuslc.com.    After clicking on the first website?s due diligence link, then the online business report link, it brought me to learning about this site:  http://www.onlinebusinessbureau.com/Companyrating.cfm?Company_ID=1839210 It?s a smart way to divert one to think that the ?legitimate? company is connected with them.
Jen
Jen
2009-11-17 00:57:32
Unknown
didnt answer call
fred
fred
2009-11-12 01:22:08
Unknown
it is a constant pain in the butt.  that do not call list is crap
Ken
Ken
2009-11-11 07:36:15
Unknown
I'm in the Air Force and am deployed to the middle east...I've had 4 calls in the last 2 days. I can't answer to find out who it is without paying $2.50 a min. Luckily they haven't been leaving any voice mail.
fell for it
fell for it
2009-11-09 21:13:57
Unknown
these scumbags are associate with the google "work at home" scam:
http://www.snopes.com/fraud/employment/google.asp
don't answer
don't answer
2009-10-30 01:56:35
Telemarketer
They are an internet scam
jeremy
jeremy
2009-10-28 00:57:11
Unknown
i wouldnt do it
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