- Report: #1142228
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Complaint Review: Ken Granderson
Ken GrandersonInternet USA
Ken Granderson Martin Welch Identity Theives, Black Radicals, Racists, Cyber Terrorists, Criminal Conspirators, Boston Massachusetts, Portland Oregon Boston, Massachusetts Internet
*Author of original report: Ken Granderson is a fraud!
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Harrassment or Shakedowns, 2014 Style?
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Ken Granderson and his former partner Martin Welch are among the biggest scam artists on the Internet. Both claim to be legitimate computer experts desiring to do work for the greater good of others but in reality, they have misused their skills to harm innocent people. If you do business with them at all, your identity and your very life could be at risk. Some years ago, they assisted a deranged Internet stalker in attacking an innocent woman whom they had a personal grudge against because she dared to step onto their "black" turf. Her intent was to learn about black history but they attacked her relentlessly and had others in their pathetic little group join in. If you do business with these crooks, you too could be a victim easily enough. They used to run a software company called "Inner City Software" but is it now defunct. I can't imagine why! (Sarcasm) It is better to be safe than sorry and I hope nobody does business with these criminals ever.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/28/2014 03:25 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ken-Granderson/internet/Ken-Granderson-Martin-Welch-Identity-Theives-Black-Radicals-Racists-Cyber-Terrorists-1142228. 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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