After working extremely hard for 20 years, I was downsized from corporate America and also suffered from a pinched nerve that should have awarded me disability, but didn't. I had been out of work for almost a year when I recieved an email from Teleteria.
I turned to Jay Servidio as a way to make enough money to not only live independently, but to allow me to get my retirement plan back to a high enough level to retire in the next ten years. And also help with the three boys who are getting ready to enter college. I knew there would be some tough marketing, but at least it was porn, something I felt for sure would sell.
The first issue I had was he also set up a gambling site for me. Right after that, he informed me that there was a law on the books banning online gambling in the US, for now. Instead of refunding my money as I asked, he dupped me into another adult site.
By the time I was done, I was in over $10,000. This was the last of any money I had to live on. I finally contacted a lawyer to look over the contracts. He said it would take more than $10,000 just to go through them thorough enough to see if they are in compliance with all state and federal laws.
I would suggest anybody who even remotely considers doing business with Jay Servidio, get a lawyer to look over his contracts and give no money. Contradictions exist within all of his contracts. The biggest item to note is that He (Teleteria) have no risks if someone takes you and your business to court.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina