- Report: #703687
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Complaint Review: DOBA
DOBA1530 North Technology Way Orem, Utah United States of America
DOBA Ibizz Marketing deception with criminal intent Orem, Utah
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I recently gave a Visa number, on the initial contact, to someone that seemed like a scam artist. This artist, Eli Carter, cell phone # 702 608 0147, and with Ibizz Marketing = Finity Consulting, phone 818 350 4646, had me thinking of being careful should he decide to come up with a proposal for me. And, on Friday, February 18, 2011, he came up with a written contract, a scammer's dream contract. Since the contract seemed to allow for a three work day window to rescind, I immediately signed and initialled and faxed the contract back, as he wanted. On Sunday, February20, 2011,
I emailed and faxed a request for him to delay to process the sub-mission for me to first get legal advice. And on Monday morning, February 21, 2011, I faxed and emailed instruction to not proceed with the contract. But, guess what happened after he received the contract? He became absolutely incommunicado. And, if you guessed that charges would appear against the card, you are right. However, the money did not show as being in the pocket of the firm. I had been dealing with. Now the question was, how will the receiving firm react to being told that they have received stolen goods? I asked them (not friendly though) how they had obtained my Visa number? I was not given the answer. They were not forthright, and so I started to look for a pattern. And lo, the stealer of the goods and the recipient of the stolen goods have identical modes of operation (are likely the same owner mesh). They are both set up as dual entity, or is it a single entity and a split
function. And one function is to be a facade to hide behind. And, if according to their contract, if this information be deemed a trade secret, then can they ding me now for $25,000.00. ( As an aside note, if the three day grace period to assess their service can be enforced, then is the cost of delaying by a day to discover you were scammed, $8500 x 0.15 = $1275.00 .)
Successful Education On LIne is the decoy for the Omni Collection mechanism, and are also a decoy to lure clients, I suspect. (There are more
such schools but I havenpursued to completion these connections.)
The purpose of these on
line schools is to ensnare clients into
contracts that should
ethically be untenable. And DOBA ,it seems,
may be a decoy, or a frame
to give cause, for the ensnaring contract.
The phone number for
Omni-DOBA is given as 435 688 0834, but
this number answered by
Successful Education On Line. They
control the communication
for money collection function. After my
angry call, my call did
not get past the first response, it did not get
answered (for a few days),
call display, assumedly. Assumedly,
too, they might syphon
contracts of ensnarement into the system.
I think it was Willy
Nelson, the bank robber, that had a forthright
answer about why he robbed
banks - "Its because that is where the
money is." When I ask
Omni-DOBA why they scam suckers, they
are not as forthright, but
implication is that that is where their money
Am I the only sucker
floundering in their wake, or is there another
Does it make sense to you
that a mesh work of two-faced companies
with built in
communication interception and ensnaring contracts,
were built to catch one
PS: I write this under time and other pressures and I am
prone to making unintentional errors - like number errors.
I will accept correction of number errors and of my interpretation.
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