I responded to an ad on craigslist by MotionTechTv casting models for a beauty pageant that was to be aired as a television show, called The Most Beautiful Girl in the World. I was ecstatic to receive an award letter from an employee at MotionTechTV stating I had been accepted and the next week I was sent a contract that had been made. I reviewed it, and submitted my questions to the employee that had sent it to me. I was quite inquisitive as the the procedure of things because I have heard of so much fraud on craigslist. The lady was very receptive and great at getting back to me in a timely manners that I was convinced it was a legitimate company.
All of a sudden I was being contacted and speaking to a different employee, but comforted by the fact that she was extremely punctual in responding to my emails and phone calls. My thought was that why would criminals take such time with one person for the amount of money asked for ($1000). Again, my confidence was placed in the employees.
Then I received an email from the previous woman who had originally sent me the contract stating her many apologies for telling me that I would be ok, and that indeed it was a scam, that she had been fired for demanding her pay that was owed to her, and strongly advised against paying out anymore money to the company. She also suggested trying to get what money I had paid back. I contacted the new employee and told her my situation, who told me she would take note and then relay the message. This "David" character called me late at night and proceeded to go on an hour long story about how horrible that employee was and tried to amp up the story about the tv show and all the millions invested in it. At this point I had already requested my money back from the new lady I was in contact with.
One week later I called the lady back to check on the status of my refund, and she informed me that she too had been fired for demanding her pay. At that point I knew for sure something was wrong and I forwarded the emails from the 1st lady to the 2nd. All of a sudden I've been in contact with almost a dozen people who have been the victim of this man's fraud, deceit, and theft. There have been reports filed with the Vancouver Police, The Federal Trade Commission, and The Anti-Fraud Center of Canada.