- Report: #811141
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Complaint Review: SafeTek USA
SafeTek USAInternet United States of America
SafeTek USA SOLID Worldwide **FRAUD** SCAM Company** Online retail scheme**Click Fraud**SEO Fraud**, Internet
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He claims to be a world renowned expert in construction safety and OSHA standards. His accredations are FAKE. They cannot be verified. Any company that has been through his "classes" are not certified or accredited as they think they are.
Another thing that he does to customers is through online auctions. He ships an item to an incorrect address that is within the customers using the USPS Delivery Confirmation service. [continued below]....
He usually ships the item in an empty envelope with no return address and no recipient name, just a street address different from that of the "customer". The delivery of the envelope with the Delivery Confirmation barcode attached suffices for the Postal Service to record the delivery as confirmed. He then claims the package has been delivered, and offers the Delivery Confirmation receipt as proof to support the claim.
Using a dba company SOLID Worldwide; He deceives customers with Search Engine Optimization as well as software development. He represents his company SOLID Worldwide as a supposed Internet marketing and global business solutions company. He presents prospective clients with detailed graphs and charts indicating that their [client's] web site receives some number of "hits" per month, or the countless hours he has worked on a project. With the SEO he claims that his services will increase web traffic, thus increasing the site's sales revenue. After payment, he does not provide the proposed services. He does however continue to supply the client with "screen shots" of work that he has supposedly completed and continues to bill them for services not rendered.
He often uses click fraud. This occurs on his websites that are affiliates of advertising networks. They pay per view or per click and use spyware to force views or clicks to ads on their own websites. The affiliate is then paid a commission on the cost-per-click that was artificially generated. Affiliate programs such as Google's Adsense pay high commissions that drive the generation of bogus clicks. He has said that some paid clicks cost as much as US$100.00 per click.
He has partners in Pakistan, India, China, Iraq and Syria to name a few. These people are ofen the "workers" behind the click fraud and the search engine optimization. They develop software and create bogus websites and testimonials so that people are directed to the bogus sites.
He has become proficient in identity forgery and forging government documents. He sells "safety passport" services to companies. Your company is NOT protected and he WILL NOT return phone call therefore a company that has used his services has no way of verifying the credentials of people that he has made these "safety passport" cards for.
He has used his own manufactured documents and fake ID's to obtain DOD contracts and veterans pereferance in obtaining government contracts and to obtain services not otherwise available to him. His overseas "partners" benefit from many of these contracts and he shares ALL information with them.
Anyone who has been a victim should call the FBI and make a report or submit one online. This is one dangerous person.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/18/2011 10:39 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/SafeTek-USA/internet/SafeTek-USA-SOLID-Worldwide-FRAUD-SCAM-Company-Online-retail-schemeClick-FraudSE-811141. 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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