My story is very similar to the other reports about these companies (do a search to find reports on each of them--it seems as though they have been up to this for wuite some time).
I received a call from a salesperson, Catherine Seltzer, who got me to sign up. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Her phone numbers are 413-728-5066 (a Springfield, MA phone number) and 877-728-0048. Her fax number is 781-658-2571 (a phone number from north and west Boston).
Dei Makenna collected more information from me so she could generate a list for me. I did receive a list, but very few (less than 10%) of the contacts matched the specifications I gave her. Her phone number is 800-779-8442 and her email address is email@example.com.
Chritina High was my project manager--the expert in stringing people along, doing nothing and then not answering emails or answering her phone. Initially she responds to her inaction with excuses and appologies and promises to take care of it right away. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Her phone number is 714-887-8126 (a phone number from north & central Orange County, CA).
These people are not who they say they are.
You can find more information about their ringleader (which I have done) by contacting the Secretary of State for Massachusetts. Dei Makenna's contact information is the key. It leads you to the ringleader, who has a legitimate company with filings on the Mass Sec State website. The Secretary of State and the Mass Attorney General might be intersted in hearing about their activities.
In my opinion, their activities constitute wire fraud (they contact people over the phone, ask for a chack by fax, etc.). I don't know whether this is a case for the FBI, but it might be worth finding out.
Good luck to others who have been had.
And if you are just checking out this company, don't do business with them. They will only take your money and do nothing.