- Report: #922026
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Amy Chizzick
Amy Chizzick732 Santa Barbara Place, San Diego, CA 92109 Internet United States of America
Amy Chizzick Ocean Magazine, Molly Chizzick Amy Chizzick, Ocean Magazine Scam , Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: DEFAMATION JUDGEMENT ENTERED AGAINST KEVIN DICERBO and CELIBRE
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: KEVIN DICERBO FALSE CLAIM & LAWSUIT AGAINST HIM PERSONALLY
*Author of original report: Amy Chizzick Default Judgment for Theft of Services
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: SCAM ALERT: Celibre and KEVIN DiCerbo
*Author of original report: Amy McCabe, Amy Chizzick, Ocean Magazine, Molly Chizzick
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: FRAUD ALERT! Celibre and Kevin DiCerbo
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In the time leading up to the March publish date, I requested several times to see any preliminary drafts of the article. I was promised I would get one from the editors and it never came. After the publish date passed, I requested a copy of the printed magazine so as to see the article. She said that it did not get published with this issue and that we would have to do it in May. [continued below]....
Around the end of May I started doing more research and realized that there may not be a printed version of Ocean Magazine. I could not find any current copies of the magazine in print and in fact when I objected to the fact that I had not receive a printed copy of the magazine, Ms. Chizzick offered me internet based advertising as a way to compensate us. This appeared to me to mean that there was no printed Ocean Magazine any more and in fact it was just a website.
At this point, I told Ms. Chizzick that I was through waiting and I needed payment for the services we had provided. I was no longer interested in her article. I did not trust her or want her to write about our organization because I felt like she was lying to me. She refused to provide payment and instead indicated that she would be writing the article. I told her that if I did not receive payment I would be recouping the cost in small claims court. I have since filed the small claim.
If you are approached by Amy or Molly Chizzick on anyone associated with Ocean Magazine in relation to providing an editorial about your business in exchange for free or discounted services, do not do it. It's a scam. If they do provide a review it will be on their website which gets 134 visits per day, which means no one will see it.
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