Dallas Texas Review

Do some basic research and you’ll quickly find there a multiple guys in on this scam. All names listed below were names we were given over the phone at one time or another but some may certainly be fake. Originally had 2 websites which were identical except for the addresses: @ 2028 E Ben White Blvd suite 240, Austin, TX. 78741 877-388-5887 (although this address is for a company called Scan Mailboxes Solutions, LLC which is just a virtual mailbox company. @ 500 Westover Drive 4715 Sanford, NC. 27330 919-935-5489 Google maps shows this as a residence and this phone is answered by somebody who called himself Harvey Morris Magically this website has now disappeared? Matthew Faracho – salesman Lawrence Buzin – supposed principal of company, per Matthew. Harvey Morris – answered for Annuity Marketing Center at 919-935-5489 Bob Mitchell – LinkedIn, answered 877-279-9922 number James Jones – LinkedIn Barry Shapiro – LinkedIn Bob Tretiak – reference provided by Matthew Steve Barish/Steve Payne Could go on and on forever but the scam fell apart when Matthew gave me a ‘reference’ for Steve Barish at 714-929-6080. Shortly thereafter Bob Mitchell (unbeknowst to Matthew) gave me a ‘reference’ for Steve Payne at 714-929-6080. So which is it, Steve Barish or Steve Payne, you get the idea!!! Pretty elaborate to push it to this extent. Red Flag #10 they don’t accept credit cards. Buyer Beware

2028 E Ben White Blvd suite 240 Austin, Texas USA


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