- Report: #1161895
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Complaint Review: RLR Enterprises
RLR EnterprisesNationwide USA
RLR Enterprises ProBiz ManagementDave MarshRon Kyle John DayCourtney Benson Credit Card processing Rip-off scam Phoenix Nationwide
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This company was paid $30000 to service leads for merchant accounts. They use different names but the address the money order went to is the same. They also go under RLR Enterprises. After working with them for 5-6 weeks they went dark and no longer have updated information to me, folowed through on the contracts, answered e-mails, or phone calls. Basically it looks like they took my money and ran. John Day is supposed to be the coach and is the real scam artist. Other names you should avoid Courtney Benson, John Marsh, Ron Kyle. They take your money setup a website you can log into then start processing the leads you pay for. Then the go dark with no responses, etc. They were trying to get me to send them money from my 401k's. I have also reported to BBB, the http://complaint.ic3.gov/ and the FTC. I would suggest the others that have rep[orted them do the same. If we all file with ic3 which is Internet Crime Complaint Center, and run by the FBI we may be able to put this scammers in jail where they belong.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/14/2014 12:28 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/RLR-Enterprises/nationwide/RLR-Enterprises-ProBiz-ManagementDave-MarshRon-Kyle-John-DayCourtney-Benson-Credit-Card-p-1161895. 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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