- Report: #1123881
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Complaint Review: Preston Million
Preston Million1623 Cedar Ridge Lane Jonesboro, Arkansas USA
Preston Million Alex Kukunis SlickGfx iTracko Preston Million Stole My Verified Twitter Account And Used It To Try And Scam People!!! Jonesboro Arkansas
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Let me start by saying the Preston Million is a known internet scam artist. I was approached my Preston Million about him being able to promote my company and me as an artist. We started doing a few small business deals together. Including finding people that where willing to pay $1500+ to get twitter verification. Apparently Preston had access to a semi famous Artist and was using that artists email account to send emails to a "rep" at twitter and get people verified. Okay this was the first red flag and it caused me to start doing a bit of research on Preston Million. So i googled Preston Million and sure enough 2 ripoff reports popped up. Then i googled Preston Million scam.. and a bevy of scam and ripoff reports surfaced.
Upon finding out about Preston Million's slew of scam and ripoff reports. I decided it would be in the best interest of me and my company to disassociate from him and his scam activities. [continued below]....
About 3 days later i was suddenly logged out of my account again. This time when i tried to log back in it wouldnt let me. So tried to send a password change request to the new email i had set up a few days prior. At that point twitter said my email was wrong. So basically it became impossible to log back into my verified account. Okay im checking my twitter page off and on for several days seeing if there's any activity. Then 3 days pass and i notice a tweet from my hacked twitter account asking people who are serious about there music to contact a fruadulent email with my name and my companies name and to make sure they had a budget. Okay so now he's trying to scam other people using my hacked twitter account. Ive sent several support tickets to twitter about this situation. Apparently once that email account is changed it isnt much that can be done on twitters end. So i notice today that my hacked account now has the @handle @AlexKukunis and the verification badge is gone. So i googled Alex and realized that i know him and have done business with him in the past through Preston Million. I contact Alex Kukunis on Facebook and ask him why his name is on my Hacked twitter account. He basically laughs in my face and tells me to ask Preston. Well at this point i'm no longer in contact with Preston Million at all and have several criminal cases pending involving Preston Million and his felonious scam activity.
I also recieved a small claims court document today claiming that i owe Preston Million sum sort of money for a fake loan he's claims to have given me and for another sketchy looking business deal. So at this point in the last 11 days Preston Million has stolen my twitter account, hacked into my ebay account, hacked into my skype account on multiple occasions, and contacted paypal pretending to be me to gain info on my account. Long story short, don't ever do business with anyonee without googling them. And definetely never ever do business with Preston Million or Alex Kukunis.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/15/2014 06:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Preston-Million/Jonesboro-Arkansas-72404/Preston-Million-Alex-Kukunis-SlickGfx-iTracko-Preston-Million-Stole-My-Verified-Twitter-A-1123881. 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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