- Report: #653359
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Inc Fortune and Capital One
Inc Fortune and Capital OneInternet United States of America
Inc Fortune and Capital One Success Rate, Push Traffic, Jump Launch, John Raygoza, John Denton Internet Fraud by Internet Marketer "Guru" John Raygoza Results in Lawsuit by Investor Victims Internet
*Author of original report: Greed Trumps Justice: Capital One and OCC Demanding Payment
*Author of original report: The Saga Continues: Capital One and Office of Comptroller of the Currency Engaged in Protecting Fraud
*Author of original report: Ombudsman to Reconsider Irresponsible Capital One/OCC Conclusions
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UPDATE!!! As previously noted, a lawsuit has been filed on behalf of the Internet fraud victims of John Raygoza and his minions who literally stole money via credit cards, bank accounts, etc., from unsuspecting individuals, many elderly and/or disabled, for a supposed internet marketing course which was actually nothing more than a premeditated moneymaking scheme by unscrupulous crooks. Please go to this link to access the lawsuit and read the multiple allegations levied against John Raygoza and his cohorts. These are CRIMINALS in every sense of the word and DO NOT deal with them should they contact you to purchase a phony Internet product or service of theirs.
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