Alan O’Grady Aegis Property Solutions, Alan Scott O’Grady, Allan O’Grady, Ace Auto Center, Bill Wylie, FuelMaxx, Bay Harbor Financial, Planet Green Group, Kleangass Energy Technologies,Hydrorunner, Financial Scam Roseville California

Typical of the attitude and behavior of 2 narcissistic people, William “Bill” Wylie of Palm Harbor Florida and Alan O’Grady of Roseville California and Winter Springs Florida defrauded me and 20 others out of $200 Thousand for their own self deserving interests.

After impatiently waiting nearly 2 years beyond the 90 days my investors and I were led to believe we would receive a return on our investment, I have decided to make this report so as to help others avoid the despicable behavior of William “Bill” Wylie and Alan O'Grady’s narcissism and most certain loss of money, time and energy these two are known for sucking out of people for their own selfish interests.

I’ve known Wylie and his family since around 1994 and believing people can change and even after years of repeatedly being taken advantage of, I trusted Wylie again which only lead to my biggest loss of all to him.

Wylie promotes win/win relationships however, the experiences I and others have had with Wylie is completely contrary to what he promotes.  When business goes good, Wylie is front and center to reap more than his fair share of the rewards however, when business is anything but good, Wylie runs the other direction and does everything to protect himself from sharing in the losses.  

What’s most discerning of all is that, people like Wylie, O’Grady and others I’ve had the displeasure of being ripped off by, lack the ability to show empathy and instead, actually play the victim card when they’re the ones that avoided harm or actually victimized others.  This is classic narcissism and I strongly suggest everyone to learn about this horrible phycological infliction and do everything possible to avoid these extremely toxic people.

Wylie currently owes friends and family large sums of money from business ventures gone bad which is evident from lawsuits that have been filed against him and he has lost.

After years of being friends and doing business in real estate and supporting Wylie in his fuel economy boosting products business, which have all cost me and other tens of thousands of dollars in losses while Wylie profits in the end, Wylie joined forces with another like minded individual, Alan O’Grady, and convinced me to partner with them in an investment which cost me and 20 others over $200 Thousand in losses while Wylie and O’Grady had no monetary risk nor took any responsibility in the losses even after they promoted the investment as a risk free opportunity.

The basic agreement was that Wylie, O’Grady and I was to invest $200 Thousand into an attorney escrow account which the funds were to be held and protected against loss.  The funds were to be used for securing a Bank Guarantee (BG) which was to be used for trade and within 90 days, generate sufficient amount of capital to fund a loan for the amount of $6 Million which was to be split 50/50 between Wylie and I.  O’Grady’s profits were coming from additional income the trade generated which was never disclosed.

Having several people wanting to invest in the proposed SAFE and high profit trade, 20 people entered into an agreement with me to invest a portion of the $200 Thousand needed for the trade.  In the end, it was only the 20 people I knew and I who contributed 100% of the funds for the investment with Wylie and O’Grady not investing a dime.

After the 90 day period passing by, the excuses began to fly and the time between updates became longer and longer until it was just too much of an inconvenience for Wylie or O’Grady to answer the questions the 21 people, who trusted them their money, had in regards to the loss of the money that was supposed to be safely held in an attorney escrow account.

I’m an incredibly intense and relentless person and I hold people accountable for their actions including the promises made to others.  After the frivolous complaints by Wylie of me interrupting his dinner or his daughters cheer practice, Wylie blocked my emails, texts and phone calls just showing the $200 Thousand loss to the investors and a more than 20 year friend wasn’t a concern to him.

Wylie and O’Grady would have been more than happy to have collected the large payouts I and the other investors expected however they didn’t want anything to do with the losses which is believed to be due to intentional fraud being perpetrated in the beginning by Wylie and O’Grady.  

Both have denied my repeated requests to be told who the attorney is who held the $200 Thousand which leads me and the other investors to believe Wylie and O’Grady took the funds and conveniently excused themselves from taking any responsibility for the losses by blaming me for my relentless pursuit to know the truth.

Since many of the investors couldn’t afford to take the loss they incurred and the investment was to be safe from risk, I decided to return the investment capital to each of the investors which in total, this endeavor has cost me well over $200 Thousand in losses not to mention a great deal of time, energy and relationship losses.

Business and investments come with their fair share of risk and losses and anyone pursuing the rewards of being a business owner and or investor should be willing to accept them.   However, there’s no reason why people like Wylie, O’Grady or others should not be held accountable for taking advantage of others who risk and suffer losses without taking responsibility for their fair share or at least disclosing this before hand.

If you come across these two and they offer you anything from changing oil in your car to a financial transaction, All I can suggest is for you to run, not walk, the other direction or be prepared to lose whatever money, time, energy and possibly relationships you invest into whatever they’re promoting.

If you would like more information on these 2 people and the history I have with them, please contact me at [email protected],com or call me ar 727.474.1463

Richard Olson

 

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ULTRAFAST KETO BOOST NUVEI TECHNOLOGIES-MERCHANT ID 912200406009 1185 IMPERIAL DRIVE STE 200 HAGERSTOWN, MD 21740 PHONE 706-644-5210 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PO Box 534 Pleasant Grv, UT 84062-0534 primalketodiet.com/mai ORDER 1 ITEM AND THEY INCREASED IT TO 3 AND I NEVER RECEIVED THE PRODUCT LAS VEGAS NV

BEWARE OF PLACING ORDERS WITH THIS SCAM COMPANY.  IF YOU PLACE AN ORDER THEY CHANGE IT AND BILL YOU FOR MORE WITHOUT YOUR CONSENT.  THE INVOICE IS VAGUE AND NO CONTACT INFORMATION EXCEPT THE SUPPORT EMAIL WHICH NO ONE ANSWERS..SCAM

I PLACED AN ORDER ON THEIR WEBSITE FOR AN OFFER FOR BUY ONE GET OTHER HALF OFF WHEN I GOT MY INVOICE IN MY EMAIL, THEY CHARGED ME $198.00. 

THERE WAS NO PHONE NUMBER ON THE INVOICE SO I SENT A RESPONSE TO THEIR SUPPORT EMAIL, NO RESPONSE.  I TRIED CANCELLING THE ORDER, SENT EMAIL TWICE A DAY FOR A FEW DAYS, NO RESPONSE WHEN THEY MAILED THE PRODUCT, I RETURNED IT WITHOUT OPENING IT, THE POST OFFICE SAID I COULD NOT GET A RECEIPT BECAUSE I DID NOT OPEN IT. 

 I CALLED MY CREDIT CARD COMPANY TO FILE A COMPLAINT, THEY INVESTIGATED IT HOWEVER, KETO COMPANY SENT THE PACKING SLIP BUT DID NOT SAY THEY RECEIVED THE UNOPENED PACKAGE. 

I EVENTUALLY GOT ON TO THEM AND ASKED FOR MY REFUND, THE CUSTOMER SERVICE PERSON SAID THEY WILL RESEND THE PRODUCT AND I CAN THEN CALL FOR AN RMA AND THEN RETURN THE PRODUCT AND WILL GET MY REFUND. 

THEY NEVER MAIL THE PRODUCT, THEY KEPT MY MONEY AND NEVER SENT THE PRODUCT, WHICH CLEARLY does NOT WORK OTHERWISE THEY WOULD NOT SCAM PEOPLE INTO THEIR DARKNESS.  THEY WILL LOOSE AND GO OUT OF BUSINESS BECAUSE OF TAKING PEOPLES MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENSES

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Phoenix Asset Group Phoenix Asset Group – Robyn Bowman LIES, LIES & MORE LIES Chanhassen Minnesota

Our dealings with Robyn Bowman and Phoenix Asset Group was filled with lies, more lies and deception.

We purchased debt from her and she did the classic bait and switch. She promised us the moon but delivered crap. She presented us debt that she never had, altered the chain of command, then continued to bs us for weeks.

Apparently she has done this many, many times unfettered. Her reputation in the industry is very very garbage. Google her name and company name and check out how many times she has been sued in Minneapolis District Court. She figures litigation is expensive (it is) and you finally give up after her delay tactics. The day of our court hearing, she finally settled with us.

No matter how good the deal is, keep walking!! You will never get what you paid for.

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Centurylink Prism Equipment Return Scam – Centurylink UT

I had TV service with Centurylink a couple of years ago.  When I decided to cancel my service, I paid my account off, and returned the equipment using the label and packing they sent me.

When I went to the UPS Store to drop off the package, the clerk told me to hang on to my receipt because Centurylink is notorious for claiming that they didn't get their equipment, and sending accounts to collections.

I kept the receipt in a safe place for over a year.  After that time, and after hearing NOTHING from Centurylink (no calls, no emails, no mail) for over a year I was confident that everything was okay.  

This week I began receiving notifications from a collection agency claiming that I had never paid my final bill to Centurylink.  If Centurylink really had believed that I owed them, they would have tried contacting me before selling the account to collections.  It is my honest beliefe, based on my experience that they delay their collection efforts hoping that people will not have the documentation to fight them.

I have seen similar posts on this site.  I am beyond frustrated.  It seems l like Centurylink has an SOP in place to do this as a profit center and it is disgusting.  Look how many similar posts there are on this site! Their timing is great too – right in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nice work Centurylink. 

I wish someone would pull together a class action and make these guys pay.  This behavior is criminal. This is nothing more than a shake-down by an unscrupulous company who knows EXACTLY what they are doing.

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WHITEHALL SPECIALTIES, INC WhitehallSpecialties Whitehal-Specialties, Wisconsin Wisconsin’s Finest Cheese, Texas Sunny Morning Cheese, Florida Whitehalll Specialties WIsconsin Finest Sunny Morning Cheese Import export fraud, money laundering, Whitehall, Wisconsin whitehall wisconsin

We contacted Whitehall Specialties cheese in Wisconsin to purchase cheese for export they didn't let us buy from them direct and later on we were contacted by Wisconsin Finest Cheese saying we should buy from them. We purchased few times and as our business grew, we required credit terms. They never gave us credit and forced us to send to them our clients.

After few shipments, they started to do money laundering with our shipments, adding huge amounts of mark ups and sending them to Arabs living in the USA and not paying any commissions to us after making us train them all our expertise, give them our clients contacts, and copy all our modus operandi after years of work.

The case also comprehended physical violence against us which made us suspect the company is associated with international organized crime.

The crimes were reported to the authorities in Texas and in other countries but no solution still provided. The company embezzled millions of dollars from us on sales and thousands of dollars on income. The tactics used were violent and involved also lots of slandering and defammation against us.

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Dell Inc Dell Computers Advertised capability that they now say isn’t a feature. Also won’t refund because monitor died shortly after warranty(but within months of purchase) Round Rock TX

Bottom line up front:

Dell advertised their P2719HC monitor as a monitor that you can hook up to your computer with one USB C cable and get all the functionality of having multiple cables hooked up.  I bought it, it worked for several months, then died.  They sent me 2 replacement monitors that also don't work or work intermittently, and after several rounds with Tech Support and Customer Care, I'm being told that the monitor wasn't designed to do what it's advertised to do.

 I want a refund and I'm  being told that it's out of warranty.  While technically true, no one buys a $400 monitor only to have it die 9 months later and be beyond the capabilities of the manufacturer to fix.  Or to be told, oh that thing we said it did, well it doesn't do that, and that's why you're having the issue.

Now the details:

Worst customer service experience of my life dealing with Dell.  I bought a P2719H monitor in 11/2018 and it stopped working after several months.  

Tech Support:

I worked with Dell Tech Support and they sent me a replacement monitor in 9/2019.  The replacement monitor failed immediately and I asked for a refund.  Technically I was outside Dell's refund window of 30 days, but considering the terrible performance of their product, I didn't want to go through more replacement units that fail to work as advertised (at all) and waste my time.  I did eventually let them send me another replacement in 4/2020, and that failed immediately also.  To be fair, it works intermittently, about 30 minutes at a time then dies.

Tech Support is telling me something new now, that Dell monitors aren't really meant for MACs.  I should mention that the Dell agent that sold me the monitor said It was perfect for my set up (MacBook Pro).

I'm still working with Tech Support because Customer Care keeps hanging up on me.  Tech Support is elevating to "the engineers"….but I just want a refund.

Customer Care (different than Customer Service):

I've called Dell several times to discuss this issue and I've been hung up on (or call dropped) 6 times, usually right around the time I ask for a supervisor.  In none of these cases have I been called back by the Dell representative, which the techs inform me is their procedure.  

My calls with Dell go something like this: I call customer care, I mention refund to the automated system, I wait for 20 minutes (understandable given COVID 19), Tech Support answers, and I explain my issue and say refund, they say you need to call Customer Care, and give me the number, I mention that that's the number I called and somehow ended up with Tech Support, then they transfer me towards Customer Care.  This is where I get a variation of, call drop, "we are not open" (on Monday morning), or I get someone who says, you need to talk to Tech Support because we're past 30 days and that’s our policy.  I explain that Tech Support can't help and has already tried and failed because their ultimate solution is to send be a bad monitor, and I ask for a supervisor because I need an exception to policy.  This is where they say ok, and the call is dropped. 

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Camelot Introduction Services Lianne Tregobov They charge $10,000 winnipeg Manitoba

Lianne Tregobov charged me $10,000 plus Ggst $700, she said $5000 ws for marketing to find me a female match. when I had dinner with myl ady date she confessed that the $5000 for market search was paid to the models to meet men and women for dates.

I dont want to see other people get ripped off by this crooked business in winnipeg Lianne is ripping off people all over canada and the usa and is even fooling the  BBB, people get a refund.

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WayPoint Vacation Co-op Vacation Rip-Off Mississauga Ontario

I've read the other rip-off reports here about this company, and my experience is exactly like the majority of them… extremely bad. They promise you a holiday gift package to listen to their presentation, then you never get that gift, or, like us, you do get it and find out that the hidden fees make it too expensive to use. I have some experience with these packages, since I once worked with a company that offered these as incentives to take some action – we bought the packages on the internet by the hundreds for about $20 each.

But that's not the real problem, the real problem is that their slick presentation is a combination of misinformation and missing information. In the final analysis, the vacation packages they offer can, most often, be had cheaper as all-inclusive packages through travel agencies. We looked for over a year and never found a destination where it made sense to use the company's package. The savings are a myth.

I used to think we were maybe the only ones who felt this way, but no more. One customer has recently gotten a judgement against the company and its owner in an Ontario court, ordering a full refund of fees. So there is a precedent in which the company has been found guilty and ordered to refund the customer's fees. The owner is currently set to go back to court claiming he cannot refund the money because the company is bankrupt and has no money.

What I do not know at this point is whether or not the company is still selling their packages even though the owner has declared in a court of law that they are bankrupt. They do not answer their phone or respond to my emails asking for a full refund. Likely their activity has been halted because of the Covid 19 pandemic.

I'm now in the process of trying to organize a class action lawsuit against the company. If anyone reading this is interested in helping with that venture, please respond here and we'll find a way to communicate directly.

 

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