I received a phone call around 5:15pm PST. The first words were, "Daniel, your Mastercard has been approved. The guy on the phone was named Moss. He explained that the one time membership fee was $187 and that I would receive my Prime One card once they received the $187.
He had me convince and said that someone would call in 30 minutes to verify my information. He gave me the phone number 416-542-1611 and said that I could call anytime Monday thru Friday between 7am and 5pm EST. Just as he was about to hang up he asked for my bank account number. At that point, I was gullable enough and gave it to him.
During the 30 minute wait, I jumped on the Internet and looked up Prime One Financial. Thank goodness for this site becuase I found it right away using google.com.
When the second call came in, I was ready. I asked for their phone number and the operator told me that he only had outbound phone lines. Then I asked where he was calling from. He said his company name was Veritech Communications Company in Toronto Canada. I then told him that I was not comfortable with his offer and he cancelled my order.
I'm now going to wait to see if they deduct anything from my bank account. I'll take the chance simply because my bank will be able to trace any transaction back to their bank and I'll be able to prove fraud.
I also did a whois lookup search at www.networksolutions.com on www.primeonebenefits.com This is what came up;
Owner, Technical Contact:
Julian Dormon (ID00007083)
71 MacKenzie Crescent
Toronto, ON M6J1T2
Administrative Contact, Billing Contact:
Paul Price (ID00009946)
61 East 8th Street
Toronto, New York 10003
If you notice the phone number above, it's almost the same as Prime One's number. Prime One's number ends in 1611. My guess is that Paul Price is the brains behind Prime One.
I'm just an Insurance guy with 25 years of computer experience. If anybody wants to join up and take these guys down, I'm game.