- Report: #1041099
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Complaint Review: Austin Davis CREprogram
Austin Davis CREprogramInternet United States of America
Austin Davis CREprogram Creprogram stole money from clients, scam, Internet
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If they are unable to get funding for you, they claim that they will refund your money. I wired them the $2500 and waited a lot longer than the 60-90 days as I got promise after promise from Kyle at Zippy results that funding would eventually come. Upon asking for my money back, I was told by Zippy that they were unable to get intouch with the vendor that they had outsourced to who was Karli Hawthorne at Hawthorne Consulting at 701 5th Ave Ste #4273 Seattle WA.
All calls to them have been unreturned. Austin Davis had claimed that if we were unable to get refunds from his vendors to just contact his team but so far all his team have said is that they have placed a request with the vendor. This appears to be a scam as i know that other people have also had their money stolen by these companies. Beware of Austin Davis, Zippy Results, and Karli hawthorne and Hawthorne Consulting.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/05/2013 07:43 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Austin-Davis-CREprogram/internet/Austin-Davis-CREprogram-Creprogram-stole-money-from-clients-scam-Internet-1041099. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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