- Report: #921379
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Complaint Review: James Howell
James Howell6960 Lee Highway Chattanooga, Tennessee United States of America
James Howell Tunnel Hill Scammer James Howell of Doubleclickittofixit.com is a creepy stalker and a criminal. Chattanooga, Tennessee
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Take a look at the most recent offense. This last Monday, I got an email from Angie's list alerting me that someone had accessed my account. When I looked into this, guess who I find accessed it? Creeper James Howell. He even used his email address - email@example.com ... He proceeded to change the information in my Angie's list account.
Here's an email I got from Angie's list confirming the offense:
on the attachment you will see that another login was created on 7/30/2012 under the email address scam@doubleclickittofixit. [continued below]....
If you require more information please reply with specific requests or call the Business Center at you convenience at (866) 843-5478.
I am going to include this information along with the other evidence I have that this psycho has been stalking and harassing me, and I am going to submit it to dot 5 to get his website shut down. Beware of this creep. He's a criminal and he has absolutely no problem with breaking laws. He illegally recorded a conversation between me and some other person while I was still living in Pennsylvania. It's illegal to record phone conversations without the knowledge and consent of all parties in P.A. - But James Howell doesn't care - laws don't apply to him.
James Howell, AKA the Tunnel Hill Scammer, currently operates under many different names. Here are the ones I know about: DellReflow.com Doubleclickittofixit.com HPReflow.com Doubleclickittofixit.com Same creep, same stalker. When my old business failed, Howell quickly bought my old domain name. He then deliberately set up my old email account - for the sole purpose of attempting to read my emails and try to cause harm to me. Want proof?
"----- Original Message -----
From: James HowellSent: 07/15/12 10:46 AMTo: RRR JJJSubject: Re: Your Youtube attack, my revenge.
Do you understand what you are doing? Here, let me clue you in. You do realize EVERYTHING linked to firstname.lastname@example.org now comes to me now. That includes angry emails, Paypal notices, yes Paypal notices, eBay emails that are less than savory, so on and so forth. Plus this trick with the Homeless Taskforce farce and blood donations I will expose it for what it really is in the end like I did your contract. Now I am glad to start blogging yet again with all of this information along with your failed attempt at being an actor, since your rejection notices for American Idol auditions and your acting agencies still come here to, if you do not cease. Now you have it your way... I am giving you your out in all of this and if you do not take it I will again put you to the jury of public opinion. "
So as you can see, he not only set up my old email account, which is creepy beyond definition, he did it for malicious purposes. This is more than enough evidence to CONCLUDE that Doubleclickittofixit.com is a SCAM site. Beware.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/02/2012 08:51 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/James-Howell/Chattanooga-Tennessee-/James-Howell-Tunnel-Hill-Scammer-James-Howell-of-Doubleclickittofixitcom-is-a-creepy-st-921379. 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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