- Report: #1166285
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Complaint Review: IDLife
IDLife Logan Stout Ponzi Scheme, Fraud Baltimore Maryland Nationwide
*Consumer Suggestion: Dont give these people your hard earned money!
*Consumer Comment: Scam indeed! You saw through it!
*UPDATE Employee: IDLife is a legit company and not a scam
*Consumer Comment: Scam Indeed!!! I tried the products, they suck!
*UPDATE Employee: IDLIFE IS NOT A SCAM
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IDLife and it's President Logan Stout are a complete fraud. Stout is in a know conman and has been sued countless times for running pyramid schemes. ID Life is a joke. Logan convinces his band of bandits to push the Id Life crap on the vulnerable people looking to lose weight or improve their health. No way that an online survey can result is a specific "medical" product. How many formulas do you think the company actually has? Perhaps a few that get pushed regardless of your online answers. IDLife and Stout are already being investigated by several State AG's for running another fraud. Everyone should take the time to report the company to their state attorney general as they deal with trash like Stout. Do yourself a favor and run from IDLife. Do yourself a favor and search Logan Stout Ponzi and you will read what a slime-ball this guy is.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/30/2014 09:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/IDLife/nationwide/IDLife-Logan-Stout-Ponzi-Scheme-Fraud-Baltimore-MarylandnbspNationwide-1166285. 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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