• Report: #1154505

Complaint Review: Royal Energy of Tennessee, LLC

  • Submitted: Fri, June 13, 2014
  • Updated: Fri, June 13, 2014

  • Reported By: Shaune — Lanham Maryland
Royal Energy of Tennessee, LLC
424 Church St., Fifth Third Center, Suite 2000 Nashville, Tennessee USA

Royal Energy of Tennessee, LLC Michael Ross Mark Cornell of Jmack Energy This company is selling a 5 well oil project guarantying monthly revenue checks they stole my money stay away Nashville Tennessee

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Terrorism is Alive and Well in The USA

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I was contacted in January of 2014 by a salesman for Royal Energy Leasing stating that he had an offering of guarnteed production of 5 oil wells in Tennesse and that the wells would start generating monthly revenue payments based on 75 barrels of oil a day would would be a anual return of around 30%. Well March came and went and not revenue checks. Then I contacted the principle of the company Michael Ross after 50 calls to his office he finally returned my call and said that revenue checks would start coming out in May of 2014. Well at the end of May I recieved a check for the amount of $3.55. He will not return calls and they no longer have a secretary and they refuse to return my money. Other investors if you hear the name Michael Ross, Royal Energy, J- Mack Energy or Mark Corwell run for the hills.

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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

Terrorism is Alive and Well in The USA

AUTHOR: Royal Energy - ()


18 U.S. Code § 876 - Mailing threatening communications





     On or about June 10th, 2014 Mr. Dushane Evans contracted me via numerous vile Emails.  These emails were about a lease purchase agreement of a producing oil and gas lease, purchased by Mr. Evans.  We do not offer any type of investment as Mr. Evans falsely claimed to the BBB.


     After numerous physical and cyber treats made by the gentleman Mr. Evans I decided he needed medical care or treatment, as they were irrational and demeaning and against United States Code Federal .


     Mr. Evan was intentionally attempting to force me to violate both State and Federal law, by paying Mr. Evans for oil that has not be produced or sold as of yet.


     I completely refused to kowtow to Mr. Evan bulling terrorist tactics in toto.

    I fully agree with many complaints filed against the Better Business Bureau, as they fully support bullies and terrorism to extort money from many small business owners.

                                 ABC News

BBB Rating Scam Uncovered in 20/20 Expose aired

ABC’s TV’s popular prime-time news magazine program, 20/20, posted a story recently that takes aim on the Council of Better Business Bureaus (BBB) long criticized reliability report rating system.

In an episode which first aired on Nov 11, 2010, Chief Investigative correspondent Brian Ross uncovered yet more troubling accusations of improprieties and payoffs inside the gigantic international consumer watchdog organization.

In the almost nine minute long report, angry business owners accuse the well-recognized public advocacy group of raising grades for dues paying members and punishing those who refuse to ante up the membership fees by tainting their reputations with disturbingly low BBB ratings.

Some companies characterize the BBB’s well recognized and very popular rating system and publicly available Reliability Reports as a ‘shake-down’ and a ‘scam’. In the past, it’s been called legalized extortion in some other media and business circles.

Richard BlumenthalConnecticut’s Attorney General, summarizes the attitude of many when he stated that “‘this rating system is really unworthy of consumer trust and confidence“.

In a hasty response posted at the BBB’s website the next morning, Steve Cox, President & CEO of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, stated “In some of the business ratings cited by the media, we didn’t get it right. We are looking into these specific incidents. We owe it to the public to get it right every time. We will work diligently to achieve that goal.”

Cox, however, summarily dismissed business owners’ criticism and rating questions raised in the 20/20 broadcast by saying that “any attempt to question the integrity of the entire BBB organization is completely and totally without merit.”

After seeing the 20/20 broadcast or viewing the network’s popular video online, many members of the full service and self service moving and storage industry are shaking their heads privately in acknowledgment, citing their own examples of improprieties with the BBB’s pay-to-play mentality.

The ABC expose, incidentally, aired the day after Jeff Walker, a family member who operates the for-profit website, Moving Scam (which has their own internal private rating system), proudly posted a ‘pretty interesting’ link at http://video.bbb.org/videos/Choosing+a+Moving+Company in which he contends the nation’s Better Business Bureaus are “helping consumers to understand how to select a mover and how to use the internet as a resource.”
Sorta makes you wonder who’s courting whom!



Without Prejudice UCC-1-308


Michael A. Ross

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