- Report: #991866
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Complaint Review: Hadley L. Starkey, Global Fortune Network
Hadley L. Starkey, Global Fortune NetworkBlack Canyon Highway Phoenix, Arizona United States of America
Hadley L. Starkey, Global Fortune Network Hadley Starkey stole over $10,000 from my credit cards. I was out of work and he reassured me that the investment with Global Fortune would give me a great income. T Phoenix, Arizona
Global Fortune Network, Hadley Starkey called inviting me to join their network by asking me if I would be interested in making $1500 - $2000 a month. I told him I was out of work and could not afford the investment. After several hours on the phone he talked me into the investment and reassured me that I would make a great income, which is what I needed at the time. So instead of making any income, I now have no job, no income, and am paying interest on these credit cards that they stole the money from.
They sold me leads that they were going to call as clients to help them get rid of their credit card debt. I would receive commissions of $200 per client plus monthly residuals on each of $30-$50 for 12-36 months. They told me I would make at least 125% of my money invested. The 1st salesman said he was a retired police officer. I now think that was to get my trust. I was not going to join them as I was out of work myself. However, they had a better talking salesman (Hadley Starkey) that promised me I would be making a lot of money and that I would be thanking him. Seeing my invested money went to Apollo Marketing Services I questioned Justin Rahn (GFN Owner), he informed me that Apollo handled their finances and that they would also be the ones writing out my commission checks.
I was told I had to sign up with Seahawk Strategies enable to receive my info standings. There was a setup charge and a monthly hosting fee. After the 1st month they would take the host fee out of my monthly income check I would receive from Global Fortune Network. I never received any commission checks, therefore Seahawk Strategies charged my credit card for several months until I stopped the charges.
3-4 days after Global Fortune Network & Seahawk Strategies signed me up and took my money I received a call from Web Media Blogging. Called me to congratulate me on all my client hits I received. They actually gave me a count making me believe they were also legit. They said I would need to invest in a Blog that would bring up my income even more. They start out with this high price then bring it down to make one believe your getting a good deal/price. The Blog was for Global Fortune Network, didn't help me out any.
Then a week later I received a call from Precision Corp SVCS. They were calling to inform me that I needed their services to help me set up my business and help with tax info.
I tried to get my money back, but my Credit Card company informed me that the merchant declined, stating "the merchant provided the service for what I was purchasing". This is not true. They sent me a DVD with the leads they were to contact and then pay me for the ones that signed up for their services of getting out of debt. I've contacted Global Fortune many times to find out what is going on and why I have not yet received a cent. I get no reply. And now, when I call any of their contact numbers; I either get a busy signal or my call does not go through.
Global Fortune Network makes you believe you are helping people get out of debt. BULL, all they have done for me is put me in debt!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/05/2013 01:48 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Hadley-L-Starkey-Global-Fortune-Network/Phoenix-Arizona-54311/Hadley-L-Starkey-Global-Fortune-Network-Hadley-Starkey-stole-over-10000-from-my-credi-991866. 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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