- Report: #1069465
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Complaint Review: Tixbuster
Tixbuster Marty Martinez, Martin Martinez License Plate Spray Internet
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I guy name Marty Martinez tried to get me to pay $3000.00 to get involved in a business of selling the "Tixbuster" spray. Tixbuster is a spray that is supposed to make your license plate non visible to red light cameras. I had a feeling from the start this was a scam. Marty kept saying that things are moving fast and how he was a real advertising wiz and how the operation would be up and running at ful scale in my city in less than 2 weeks. He was very pushy and didn’t seem to have much business sense. He sent me a "contract" in a docx. file. And anyone who deals with contracts knows you don’t send a contract in a docx. file. I asked for a can before we made any deals. Marty’s response was that he needs a partner to sell lots of cans and he does not have time to be sending out 1 can. I knew right there that this was a scam. He will tell you that whatever city you are from territory is getting claimed fast and how he plans to start the operation asap. I can see how other people would fall for this. At first it could seem like a good idea to make a little extra money.DO NOT SEND THIS GUY ANY MONEY.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/23/2013 02:43 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tixbuster/internet/Tixbuster-Marty-Martinez-Martin-Martinez-License-Plate-Spray-Internet-1069465. 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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