- Report: #860725
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Complaint Review: ClickBank
ClickBank917 Lusk Street, Suite 200 Internet, Idaho United States of America
ClickBank Bradley J. Wiskirchen fraud, thievery, account break-in Internet, Idaho
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Bradley Wiskirchen and his company ClickBank which I'd never in my life heard of prior to this incident broke into my account (not named herein) and stole money from me only recently. It seems to me Brad Wiskirchen is aiding and abetting David McConkie because they both are affiliated with Brigham Young University where Bradley Wiskirchen went to school and of whichDvid McConkie has some jurisdiction since he's one of the Mormon church's corrupt lawyers.
At any rate CLICKBANK and its subsidiary KOUNT are fraudsters. They're running another Mormon church-centered fraud scam, because they always are prowling for new ways to acquire money.
Remember these name: CLICKBANK, KOUNT, BRADLEY J. WISKIRCHEN, GREG LEMS, KATE WALLACE, JENNIFER JOHANNSEN, JEFFREY LEGET, RACHELLE BROWER, TOM DENIG, NEIL HARTLEY, AND KATE LENZ. They call themselves the team, at ClickBank.
Salt Lake City, UTAH
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/28/2012 07:32 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ClickBank/Internet-Idaho-83706/ClickBank-Bradley-J-Wiskirchen-fraud-thievery-account-break-in-Internet-Idaho-860725. 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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