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Complaint Review: Kevin Potts and Paul Lynch Cambridgebusinessacademy.com SCAM
Kevin Potts and Paul Lynch Cambridgebusinessacademy.com SCAMwww.thedotcomacademy.com Internet United States of America
Kevin Potts and Paul Lynch Cambridgebusinessacademy.com SCAM Kevin Potts and Paul Lynch Cambridgebusinessacademy.com SCAM Kevin Potts and Paul Lynch Cambridgebusinessacademy.com SCAM www.thedotcomacademy.com SCAM www.thedotcomacademy.com, Internet
*Author of original report: Paul Lynch Fake Testimonials, and scam websites?
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Just pure crap
*Author of original report: Paul Lynch Fake Testimonials?
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: This is Paul Lynch
*Author of original report: Kevin Potts and Paul Lynch Address scammers
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It seems that the Cambridgebusinessacademy.com scam website has been shut down, after taking over $3million from subscribers, claiming the website and business has been 'sold'.
On their forum, kevin Potts and Paul Lynch:
honestworkfromhomesuccess.com (scam forum)
A member posted the following and was quickly banned, which is interesting:
You guys seem to have your heads so far in the sand it is unbelievable. Here are the facts about Kevin Potts and Paul Lynch:
On the 07/12/2010 Kevin changed the business name from CAMBRIDGE BUSINESS ACADEMY LIMITED to KEVIN POTTS CONSULTING LIMITED but the business is still actually in his name. He is both the director and the company secretary. [continued below]....
Also on the 27/09/2010 he setup a new company - GLOBAL NET PUBLICATIONS LTD with his daughter as the other director.
The fact that he has been claiming for the last 2 years, that he "only
started making money 7 months ago" should say it all to you. The website was even registered 2 years before!
Nobody sells a website with so much traffic, and rankings, and then places a holding page on it, screwing all their masses of subscribers.
It would seem that on 24/09/2010 Paul setup his own academy DOT COM ACADEMY LTD - thedotcomacademy.com
He looks as though he is also going into the video market with another new business setup on the 27/09/2010 - EXTREME VIDEO MEDIA LTD - extremevideomedia.com(Paul Lynch owns this and uses himself as a client testimonial !!!).
Paul will know exactly what is happening with Kevin Potts. Don't forget, it was not that long ago that they were both squealing like children, drinking champagne after watching those poor souls pay them $3million for the (cough) 'Churchill Apprenticeship'
Talk about being lead down the garden path. This whole forum is dictated by those two guys, with more 'smoke and mirrors' than a smoke and mirrors factory!
CAMBRIDGE BUSINESS ACADEMY sold? Don't believe a word of it. The Churchill Apprenticeship made them $3million+ They boasted about it on an article on the site, and that is a lot of money not to be tempted to close down a limited company, or pretend to sell it on.
Come on forum members, you know exactly what has happened here.
Kevin Potts and Paul Lynch who runs the
www.thedotcomacademy.com scam site
have scam written all over them!
Off into the sunset with $3million in their back pockets.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/06/2011 05:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Kevin-Potts-and-Paul-Lynch-Cambridgebusinessacademycom-SCAM/internet/Kevin-Potts-and-Paul-Lynch-Cambridgebusinessacademycom-SCAM-Kevin-Potts-and-Paul-Lynch-Ca-679387. 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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