- Report: #267761
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Complaint Review: Flycell
Flycell will steal $10 from you and not give it back when you catch them doing it ripoff New York City New York
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I am including the profile (see below) of the CEO of the company called "Flycell" which is the company that flagrantly steals $10 from unsuspecting internet users who are scammed into entering their cell phone numbers into the Flycell web site under a ruse. Even when they are caught they refuse to give the money back.
This man should be apprehended by U.S. law enforcement agencies. It is an embarrassment to all hard working Americans, that con artists like this can practice freely in the U.S. John Walsh at America's Most Wanted, are you listening? Lets put this man in jail where he belongs!
Alberto Montesi, CEO, Flycell, Inc.: Alberto Montesi is the CEO of Flycell, Inc., a digital entertainment provider in New York City. Mr. Montesi began his distinguished career in Rome, Italy, as a development consultant helping Italian businesses expand into other European markets. In 2001, Mr. Montesi joined Acotel Group, taking his strategic planning expertise to one of Italy's most prosperous wireless service providers. Mr. Montesi's success at Acotel Group landed him an appointment as CEO of Flycell, Inc., in November 2004. Mr. Montesi remains active in the mobile marketing community.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/15/2007 02:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Flycell/nationwide/Flycell-will-steal-10-from-you-and-not-give-it-back-when-you-catch-them-doing-it-ripoff-N-267761. 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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