I was contacted by a Patrick and SponsoredWhips the friday before memorial day. I made it clear to him that I was not comfortable releasing money due to the fact of there being so many scams and this seeming like it was too good to be true. He ensured me this was legit and that there was a 30 day money back garuntee with the service. He wanted me to send a money order for $199 that friday, but I hadnt been paid yet. He said they would not be able to hold my application due to the high demand for sponsorship. Surprisingly he was able to hold off one day for me until I could get the funds to do so. I ended up allowing myself to get suckered in and sent the funds to some strange name, something Mahini or whatever. Since then I received an email, as have others, asking me to fill out a bunch of info and make a wish list. Once I emailed it back to him, he said he was putting my package together and mailing it out. Well here it is over a week later and still no package. Also, he told me he wanted to speak every day. Well I have attempted to call each day, and always get that he is busy and promises to call me back. I spoke to him again today, saying I will no longer need his services and he says he will call back on his way home. When I tried to explain that I was tired of being told he would call back, he proceeded to hang up on me. Not only did he scam me, but another member of my car club was suckered into it, and he said he would gather sponsors for our club. I am a U.S. Marine and work hard for the money I have. I dont like to be scammed and surely wont let this happen again. Out of all the reviews I have read, my scenario fits perfectly with everyone else. I will be contacting BBB, Chamber of Commerce, the Attorney General and also have connections with the District Attorney General in DC. This guy and his scam need to be put to an end. If you simply look at the site, none of the cars in the pictures or videos look like your everyday persons vehicle. They came straight out of magazines and youtube videos and such. Not to mention, the testimonials all seem pretty fake too. To anyone that is considering their services, DO NOT, and I repeat DO NOT let them sucker you in. Its a lie and some how they continue to get away with it.
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