ED Magedson – Founder
FTFT ,Face To Face Technologies, Global Marketing, American Cash Awards, Dynasty TechnologiesP.O. Box 18352 Golden, Colorado United States of America
My son was hired by FTFT over two years ago. When he told me what he was doing, I thought it was some kind of scam. Him being a young adult and believing everything people tell him, he worked selling magazines. He had me talk to the owner, Travis Mason, to assure me this was on the up and up. Travis fed me a line and like my son, I believed every word, even when I contacted him 3 weeks ago about the IRS letters on income of $20,000.00 my son was said to have made. I asked Travis to send me the checks on how he paid my son and any appropriate paperwork to validate this claim. He explained to me that he would send me a copy of the "books" on Ronnie where Ronnie got 20. a deal cash (if the sale was enough to give him his "draw" but it had to be in cash in order for them to receive any funds), then he told me about the 15. a day that comes off their books for their nightly hotel expense (of which there were some 8 kids to a room), and their meals and entertainment were on them. He assured me the numbers were correct, he would have his accountant email me the information within the next two days, and would follow up with a call. None of which has happened. My son has NOTHING to show for having gotten 20g's. We have informed the IRS that these figures are not correct, but have no way to validate the claims of payment, or non-payment.
Since all this transpired, I have been able to sit with my son and find out the ins and outs of FTFT and Global. My son told me that more or less, the cash goes into the Managers pocket and the checks get deposited. It seems that they have a spill that they get more points if they get cash towards a trip to somewhere elegant for a week. These trips, nor the money in lieu of the trips are ever dispursed. Travis and his managers "hire" kids that are kicked out by their families, who have no family, who live on the streets, have been living on trains and in stations, ect. Kids who are greatly appreciative for 20. a day and a place to sleep. It is an ideal situation for a con artist. For the most part, most of these kids have no id, drivers license, birth certificates, nothing. These kids are not to blame...they are sold on an idea that seems tangible, but it never surfaces. My son was brought up way better than what he has been living through, then to find that he has scammed people and ACTUALLY believes that these orders are turned in. I know that some must be because I get about 15 magazines at my residence and po box every month, but it don't help all the others who gave money and it went straight into Travis' pocket.
Please don't blame these kids. I have rescued several that have been left behind with no where to go. Put them on a bus and brought them to my home, put them in a weekly rental hotel, bought them clothes, gave them Christmas when reps of Global left them in the snow in Denver on Nov. 18, 2009. My son has been scammed and now deals with the IRS for not receiving monies that Travis shows he earned. I will work diligently to bring this guy and whomever associated with exploiting these kids down and hopefully get the IRS and maybe the FBI to get a closer look at this.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/04/2010 05:27 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ftft-face-to-face-technologies-global-marketing-american-cash-awards-dynasty-technologies/golden-colorado-/ftft-face-to-face-technologies-global-marketing-american-cash-awards-dynasty-technolog-610490. 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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