- Report: #882050
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Complaint Review: Matthew Goldstein - Euramedia
Matthew Goldstein - EuramediaEURAMEDIA 2012 Boston, Massachusetts United States of America
Matthew Goldstein - Euramedia Matt Goldstein hires Web developers to do work per hour, works you as much as he can without paying (request more hours or wont pay whats owed), Fraudulent Boston, Massachusetts
*UPDATE Employee: Matthew Goldstein is an ideal businessmen. I was in charge of paying programmers, and you are trying to extort money
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: DID THE SAME THING TO ME!
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Once the invoice is 30+hrs - He will keep asking for more work or no payment. In the case he happens to pay you. He will file a Fraudulent dispute with the Credit card to create a Chargeback so your are of your money and your time.
Matt Goldtstein is an expert Internet Criminal, he tries to provide you with all the work request through the phone, working to leave no remaining trail of the work.
I wish I would have taken the warnings seen online from this individual - AS you will have lost valuable time and thousands of dollars in wasted effort.
This man has to be stopped and reported to proper authorities.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/13/2012 08:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Matthew-Goldstein-Euramedia/Boston-Massachusetts-/Matthew-Goldstein-Euramedia-Matt-Goldstein-hires-Web-developers-to-do-work-per-hour-wo-882050. 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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