• Report: #634826

Complaint Review: J. O'Neil & Associates - "JONA"

  • Submitted: Fri, August 27, 2010
  • Updated: Wed, November 16, 2011

  • Reported By: FIGHT-BACK-1461 — Altoona Pennsylvania United States of America
J. O'Neil & Associates - "JONA"
8700 Commerce Park Dr, Ste 208 Houston, Texas United States of America

J. O'Neil & Associates - "JONA" World Outlook Managemant (SCAM) Houston, Texas

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Moses Mays

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: O'Neil & son SENTENCED!!

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: 2012 TRIAL IN HOUSTON

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: O'Neil & Son have been ARRESTED!!

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History of the JONA SCAM & the World Outlook Management SCAM I went through. I am posting this so maybe I can save someone else from the  J. ONeil  lies!


A few years back I had some debt problems so a person I knew recommended a company called


They said that they could clean up your debt using a FTC process.


Then after a few months when that did not work we were advised by J. ONeil to go to the SBC to get resolution faster

Then we needed to file a complaint with the OCC   7-27-2007


Then when the OCC complaint did not work they said the next step was injunctive relief     1-28-2008

Around 8-4-2008 When the Injunctive Relief failed, they recommended something called DRP Debt Reconciliation Program 

I think that is when the JONA swindle ended World Outlook Management rip-off began!


Then when the DRP program failed we were told that he was working with the FCIC - Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission  www.FCIC.gov

And if we paid the (DPR) daily periodic rate our debt would be cleared.

They lead us to believe they were working with the  www.FCIC.gov    but that was false as they were working with

A company called the Financial Crisis Inquiry Committee I think that is where this company comes in  FCIC CREDIT SERVICES, LLC

Moses Mays/Lobbyist Director   http://www.fcicllc.org  



DO NOT get involved with world outlook management or JONA or J. ONeil or any of the people or sites listed on this Ripped off report, the whole thing was a scam! I can verify that everything said on this report is the truth as it happened to me!

I was promised many things by the company & people listed here & none of them ever happened!


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#1 REBUTTAL Individual responds

Moses Mays

AUTHOR: Moses Mays II - (USA)

My name is Moses Mays of 4007 Portifino Ct. Missouri City, Tx77459

I have never been associated with the organizations or individuals running the criminal enterprise in this report my name and reputation is being wrongfully tarnished by this report I would like the name and information pertaining to the individual that associated me with this scam, I will take it from there I have nothing to do with the individuals and their practice outlined in this report I have not solicited anyone and would like the individual who made this claim to come forth and correct their wrong doing of my reputation.


Moses Mays 


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#2 UPDATE EX-employee responds

O'Neil & son SENTENCED!!

AUTHOR: Jona agent - ()

July 12, 2013 Jefferey O'Neil was sentenced to 6 1/2 years in federal prison and son 5 years 10 months. Lotsa $$$ in restitution for both.

See details on Report # 357989

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#3 UPDATE EX-employee responds


AUTHOR: Jona agent - (U.S.A.)

Status hearing is scheduled before Judge Ewing Werlein, Jr for JANUARY 13, 2012, 11:00AM at Courtroom 11D, United States District Court, 515 Rusk Ave Courtroom 11D, Houston, 77002.

Trial is scheduled before Judge Werlein Jr on FEBRUARY 21, 2012, 09:00AM at Courtroom 11D.

All victims should contact:

justice DOT gov/usao/txs/1Programs/Victim%20Witness DOT html
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#4 UPDATE EX-employee responds

O'Neil & Son have been ARRESTED!!

AUTHOR: Jona agent - (U.S.A.)


Southern District of Texas- United States Attorney's Office

Houston Man and Son Indicted For Fraud
Aug, 25, 2011

- Jeffery Wayne ONeil, 63, of Houston, has been arrested following the return of an indictment charging him and his son, Nathaniel Chilo aka Nathaniel ONeil, 21, with mail and wire fraud, United States Attorney Jos Angel Moreno announced today.
Jeffrey ONeil was arrested last night by United States Secret Service agents without incident. He made his initial appearance before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mary Milloy and was released on a $50,000 bond. A warrant remains outstanding for the arrest of Nathaniel ONeil. Anyone who has information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact the United States Secret Service at 713-868-2299.
The 10-count indictment, returned under seal on Aug. 11, 2011, was unsealed today following the arrest of Jeffrey ONeil. The father and son, both of Houston, are charged with six counts of mail fraud and four counts of wire fraud.
Jeffery ONeil operated various debt relief businesses in the Houston area under different names, including but not limited to J.
ONeil/Associates Inc., World Outlook, World Outlook Management and Universal Restoration, none of which were licensed by the Texas Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner, according to the indictment.
The indictment alleges a scheme allegedly perpetrated by the ONeils between June 2005 and September 2010 which consisted essentially of a plan to obtain money from individuals throughout the United States by representing that in exchange for paying money for entering into various programs they offered, they could provide debt relief in the form of credit card debt, tax liens, mortgage foreclosure, judgments. The ONeils allegedly used agents in various parts of the United States to solicit, communicate with and receive payments from individuals seeking debt relief and the ONeils communicated with agents and individuals
seeking debt relief by and through e-mails. The defendants allegedly falsely represented and caused others to falsely represent that debt relief would be obtained through the Federal Trade Commission, the Senate Banking Committee, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), through injunctive action, and through a program called the Debt Reconciliation Program or Debt Relief Program, referred to as DRP. According to the indictment, Jeffery ONeil falsely represented and
caused others to falsely represent that he worked with the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
Additionally, the indictment alleges the scheme further involved the sending of emails to include an altered speech by Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, which falsely include statements about a debt
reconciliation proposal sponsored by World Outlook Management as well as a fraudulent calendar for the Judiciary Committee of U.S. House of Representatives. Also, the ONeils allegedly created Fair Credit Investigation Company, an entity bearing the initials FCIC, the same as the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission which was falsely represented as a debt relief program. The ONeils allegedly caused individuals throughout the United States to send checks payable to the FCIC to an address in Houston, to obtain credit card debt relief. When, in actuality, according to the indictment, the majority of the funds were used for the ONeils personal benefit.
The indictment also contains a notice of forfeiture seeking forfeiture of $617,000, the alleged proceeds from the illegal activity alleged in the indictment.

Each count of mail fraud and wire fraud carries a maximum penalty of 20 years imprisonment and a fine up to $250,000.
The case was investigated by the United States Secret Service and is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney John Braddock.
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