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Complaint Review: i-way
i-way The iWay Joe Lorenzo i way The i-Way Scam at Universal Studios Hollywood Review Hollywood Internet
*General Comment: The iway, joe lorenzo
*General Comment: Joes I Way Scam
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My son hears an ad on the radio for a chance to be on Fairly Odd Parents. I am like what are you talking about. I call the number 855-678-5861. The person who answers the phone sounds like they are eating chips while I am asking them who the audition is for. They tell me i way. I am thinking who is i way. So I ask for the website and this is what I found.
A talent agent named Joe Lorenzo is runnning ads for a talent audition scam at Universal Studios Hollywood called i-way aka The i-way. This "talent search" costs thousands of dollars for kids to attend. I haved reviewed their terrible website which includes a trade mark Universal Studios Hollywood logo. Hello? Any one ever heard of trade mark infringement? This website looks terrible http://the-iway.com. When you look at their "success stories", who are these poeple?
Run from this scam!
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