- Report: #1016889
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Complaint Review: David Pachkofsky
David Pachkofsky Spammer gambling spammer scammer Internet
*Author of original report: You calling Jimmy a liar sir?
*Consumer Comment: David is NOT a scammer
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This company asked me to invest 25,000 into new technology that was suppose to rival facebook.
NO! that was not the case, David took my personal email along with everyone in my companies and had got us what some of ya'll would call blacklisted?!?!
NO thank you Sir..
We had no idea what a darn blacklist / redlist was until we invested and proceeded to lose the 25 grand.
Thank you David!
Is this how you treat us folk from Oklahoma!?! We're just dumb redneck's to all of you rich San Franners! Well mabye we were but not anymore, us Southerners won't be workin with any RICH internet folk no more! GAMBLING WE WERE TOLD BY THE S.E.C is ILLEGAL ON THE INTERNET, Thank you Davey for 1.5 million dollar fine!
Be careful ya'll... yes yes we thought the dot com bubble was over we was wrong!
Carefully Treading the fine line.
Jimmy Z (You Know The Name Figure Out The Number)
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