- Report: #730543
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Complaint Review: National Business Data Inc. d/b/a Stratum Data Anthony Honore and Trent Cannon
National Business Data Inc. d/b/a Stratum Data Anthony Honore and Trent Cannon1142 S Diamond Bar Bd, #170 Diamond Bar, CA 91765 Internet United States of America
National Business Data Inc. d/b/a Stratum Data Anthony Honore and Trent Cannon Vincent Snun Sell new business data and will (or are) ripping your company off one way, or another! Diamond Bar, Internet
*Consumer Comment: Done business with Stratum data (formerly)
*Author of original report: Even More Deception
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Someone is Completely Delusional
*Author of original report: More Deception
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Mixture of Truth and Fiction
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They stonewalled the Florida court system and the residing judge by never providing documentation and exhibits requested by the court. They never provided one piece of evidence in their defense. They blew through several attorneys and in every instance the attorney withdrew from the case.
Their URL is stratumdata.com, but have no website. Anthony Honore also goes by Vincent Snun and other aliases. [continued below]....
Before my company, they also did the same thing to a California company, and they got caught stealing data from (a third) Colorado company and reselling it . These companies and contact names will be provided upon request for verification. The owner of the California company had to go with Anthony Honore to the bank to get checks cashed because he did not have a drivers license for the name he was using.
Anthony Honore and Vitheavy Yung work mainly out of California and Trent Cannon resides in the Houston, TX area and is associated with the Houston Skyline Rotary and a company that goes by the name, CRSredo.com
During Q1 of 2007, just before the relationship went south, Anthony Honore told me he rigged data files by padding them with old data. He told me point blank "how do you think I landed the Experian account?" This is an unethical practice to increase net records to companies they sell to and it increases profits. This is another way Anthony, Trent and Stratum ripoff customers.
It gets worse. Shortly after I started writing them checks my company bank account was defrauded for $29,000. Coincidence; maybe? After that, Anthony Honore and Trent Cannon put up a website under the URL nbdprotect.com (National Business Data Protect). The site claimed to protect consumers personal information and to be a member you had to pay and submit online all of your bank names, account names and numbers and routing numbers, as well as personal information such as SSN, and all of the names on your credit cards, with the credit card number, expiration date and the 3 digit security code on the back of the card. The domain was only registered for 1 year and is now inactive.
A list of companies they currently do business with is available upon request, along with photos of these unscrupulous characters. Other company names they use are also available.
There is so much more, but we'll save that for future postings.
If you do business with these folks, I strongly urge you to come forward because you will be served a writ of garnishment and if you fail to comply, your company will be held in contempt of court, and then we can take your money, instead of just the money you are paying them.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/18/2011 06:55 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Business-Data-Inc-dba-Stratum-Data-Anthony-Honore-and-Trent-Cannon/internet/National-Business-Data-Inc-dba-Stratum-Data-Anthony-Honore-and-Trent-Cannon-Vincent-Snu-730543. 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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