• Report: #1159008

Complaint Review: theecheck.com

  • Submitted: Wed, July 02, 2014
  • Updated: Fri, January 09, 2015

  • Reported By: Carlito — British Columbia
4758 Ridge Road #268 Cleveland, Ohio USA

theecheck.com Zeus Vega owner , Lou Feijoo , Ashley Nguyen ,William Thompson Scammers , they took our rolling reserves Cleveland Ohio

*Consumer Comment: This is not their first scam

*Consumer Comment: Fight Back! Do not let them scam you!

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For anyone wanted to do business with theecheck.com , read this and then decide.

in 2013  we started doing business with theecheck , they gave us echecks processing and things were kind of smooth for a while. In 2014 we have aquired CC processing and of course our echeck volume went down.

 Theecheck.com and specifically Zeus Vega offred us a CC processor (with high fees) and we werent ready to take it. After a while , bam. They sent us a short letter saying that the bank has decided to STOP paying us our rolling reserves because our echeck processing volume went down.

Of course , for anyone in the business , that is complete BS. No bank will steal your RR on such pretenses.

  We asked for the official letter from the bank..they did not reply. We asked for any documents proving it..again complete silence to our multiple emails.

   The people behind theecheck.com especially Zeus Vega , Lou Feijoo , Ashley Nguyen and William Thompson are thieves. Do not do business with those people , you have been warned.

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#1 Consumer Comment

This is not their first scam

AUTHOR: PharmIndia - ()

Zeus Vega has been scamming online for sometime.    Here are some links to reports about his other / former company that he used to scam several people, myself included to the tune of $14,000.   How this con man is not locked up yet is beyond me.   Here are the links about his former company, EverythingCheck.Com



Also, it turns out he was involved with the company named Altcharge in Las Vegas that stole millions from its clients.  This article also brings up some rather troubling history involving his past.




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#2 Consumer Comment

Fight Back! Do not let them scam you!

AUTHOR: Wronged - ()

This is not the first, and unfortunately likely not to be the last time that I have been informed of TheEcheck.Com doing something like this.  They took from me almost $10,000 USD.  You are correct to inform people to proceed with caution when dealing with them.  Weekly payouts have been excessively late by weeks at a time, and when finally received they are often short of the full amount, and the accounting department either has no clue what is going on there, or they are extremely gifted at lying / playing koi.

As for any reserves they collect, you might as well consider that a donation to the fraudsters, you'll never see a dime of them.   The best course of action that you or any one else that has been robbed by these people can do is goto the United States Federal Trade Commission website and file an official complaint.  You can google search for "file ftc complaint" and should get taken to the proper section of the website.  Best case scenario the FTC forces them to give you your funds.  The worst case, TheEcheck.Com gets shut down and someone there gets in a whole heap of trouble.  Either way I would say its a win / win for the merchant community.


The address posted on their website turns out to be a post office box.  If you look it up in Google Earth it shows it to be some sort of shopping plaza with a postal store.  I am eager to find the true location of the office and make it known publicly so that these people cannot hide any longer.   Thus far I have had very little luck in doing so, but I do a new search once per week in hopes something will come along.


Good luck, and I would file that FTC complaint as soon as possible.  I know that myself and several others have already done so, you want to ensure you do as soon as possible so you can get your funds before these people vanish off of the face of the earth like all crooks seem to do.

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