- Report: #810616
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Complaint Review: USA Supreme Technology
USA Supreme Technology3039 W. Peoria Ave Ste# C102-219 Internet United States of America
USA Supreme Technology Recession Proof, This so called business ripped me off $30,000 for a web biz that was never registered in my name therefore commissions could never be paid even if there were any commissions. Dan Brunson is a druggie, Internet
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Please do not be fooled by their song and dance. You will be sold a very pricey web biz that will never be registered in your name through GoDaddy. The registration and ownership will be USA Supreme. Therefore commissions will never be paid to you either. They will stop answering your calls and emails. Basically you are left holding the empty bag and they have your money. They will laugh their way right to the bank with your money.
Numerous people have been forced into bankruptcy because of how much money these crooks have taken from innocent people. Dan Brunson ripped me off $30,000 and me along with hundreds of other have lost a ton of money. If you have been stolen from by USA Supreme, please contact the AZ Attorney General, Federal Trade Commission and any other federal offices that will listen. This scheme and the owners must go to jail. A class action lawsuit is possible to help us get our money back.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/17/2011 06:51 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/USA-Supreme-Technology/internet/USA-Supreme-Technology-Recession-Proof-This-so-called-business-ripped-me-off-30000-for-810616. 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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