- Report: #1163766
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Complaint Review: Infinity 2 Global
Infinity 2 Global3741 Briarcliff Trace Owensboro, Kentucky USA
Infinity 2 Global I2G Investment Scam Ponzi Scheme Owensboro Kentucky
*Author of original report: You Admit i2G Is An Investment
*Consumer Comment: I2G/Infinity 2 Global ~ Rebuttal
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My intention is to make others aware of a ponzi scheme by a company calling themselves Infinity 2 Global, otherwise known as I2G, whose owners are Richard Maike, and Doyce Barnes.
Representatives of this company, listed below, gave income opportunity presentations for an upcoming business in the online gambling indusry. We were told that their online casino would soon be making up to $50 million dollars per month, and if we only invested $5000 as founding members of the company and convinced others to do the same, we could earn over one hundred thousand dollars per month, just as two other members had done. We had been urged to invest at the highest amount in order to participate in the monthly profit sharing pool, which would be paid every single month. Some of use were advised to purchase multiple $5000 positions in order to receiving the greatest monthly earnings. The two members used as succes examples were Jason Syn and Dennis Dvorin.
I attended three evening opportunity calls and daytime webinars where the same message was given. On Saturdays the company also gave training webinars and team training where one of the leaders explained how to navigate the member adminisrative office and we were also shown the income balance in the thousands including how to easily transfer money from the website to a bank account.
After several talks with different leaders I invested $5000 and referred many of my friends as well. Since joining this program I have earned less than $200 back and the monthly Emperor bonus pool has dropped down from $21 per month to $16 a month.
Complaints were made to the company regarding the lack of sales generated by the online casino and we also requested marketing tools, as well as a solution whereby we could promote the casino directly. All of our requests and suggestions were turned down. When I asked to be provided with details as to how many customers there are in the casino or what the monthly sales reports might be, I was told that i2g would not divulge that information.
As a founding member and investor, I believe it is our right to know exactly how our money is being spent and how much money is truly being distributed to the Emperor profit sharing pool. The monthly profit sharing pool amount has been dropping each month, yet the number or Emperor positions has remained static. So it is only common sense to realize i2gcasino isn't earning enough profit nor is it being promoted or sold effectively.
Infinity 2 Global through it's presentation video states that thiers is an sustainable business opportunity which is based on acquiring customers more than recruiting members. However, so far nothing could be further from the truth. I would like someone from the State of Kentucky and the SEC to investigate Rick Maike, Doyce Barnes, Dennis Dvorin Faraday Hosseinpour, David Manning, Tony Adimey, Richard & Susan Anzalone, Gary Davis, Jason Syn, Juan & Jennifer Nolazco.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/21/2014 12:53 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Infinity-2-Global/Owensboro-Kentucky-42303/Infinity-2-Global-I2G-Investment-Scam-Ponzi-Scheme-Owensboro-Kentucky-1163766. 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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