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Report: #298421

Complaint Review: Big Cash Express, Deb Parker, Tony L. - Tampa Florida

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  • Reported By: New Bern North Carolina
  • Big Cash Express, Deb Parker, Tony L. spartacus.bigcashexpress.com/ Tampa, Florida U.S.A.

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I joined Big Cash Express ("BCE") on 7/13/2007. The cost of membership is an initial fee of $595, and a monthly fee of $59 ($89 if you want to include their marketing system). All I know about the two owners is that one is known as Tony L. and the other as Deb Parker. Deb resides in Tampa, FL.

BCE's product is a very good instructional course (pdf) on Internet Marketing called "Digital Gold." The Company held online conference calls devoted to the useful application of the principles espoused by Digital Gold.

The money making scheme offered by BCE was a 2 x 2 matrix which, when filled with newly recruited members, would pay an amount of $1,200 to a pay processor known as "Speedy Wallet." From there, the funds could be transferred directly to one's bank account.

Five months after joining BCE, I had only 5 positions in my 2 x 2 matrix filled, all with spillover and help from my upline. I already was having misgivings about the intentions and the integrity of the owners, so on Nov. 2, 2007, I entered my wife into the program with the intention of breaking even ( except for the monthly fees) by collecting $1,200 and then canceling both of our memberships.

My web site shows that payment was to be made to my Speedy Wallet account on Dec. 2, 2007. As of today, Jan. 8, 2008, the money is still being held by BCE as "Payment Pending."

BCE apparently has ceased operations. They no longer are hosting any of their 10 weekly conference calls, and they have failed to reply to any of my several email messages regarding this matter. I also happen to know, for a fact, that I am not the only member from whom they have withheld payment.

James
New Bern, North Carolina
U.S.A.

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#6 Consumer Comment

Do not spread false information

AUTHOR: Dan - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 08, 2008

If you had attended any of their conference calls or read their emails, then you would know that what you are claiming is not true. Tony and Deb never refused to pay anyone. In fact, I happen to know they paid tens of thousands of dollars every week because I calulated their payroll report. I also know that I joined and did not do anything and cycled and they paid me $1200 plus more every month for basically doing nothing.

These people are good people and they had a member hack into their system and use stolen credit cards to make fraudulent purchases (over 62 of them) to generate multiple cycles and multiple $1200 payouts per bad purchase. Not only did they pay out all of these commissions before they found out, they refunded all of the money from the fraud. This put them out of business and into personal bankruptcy. I know that you might be out $1200, but if you had read your emails you would have known this was going on and that their accounts were frozen and that there was nothing they could do.

And if you think about it you will know you are wrong. They were making money too. Why would they NOT pay commissions and ruin their own business. There were people in that company making thousands of dollars every week and every month. Do you really think they would risk all of that just to avoid paying someone their commission?

And if you had sent them an email, they would have answered it unless you were in the group that was being investigated for fraud. Basically the FBI froze their accounts while they did a complete investigation. It turned out that the stolen credit cards were from an online list of the Women's Red Hat League in California, but they fraudulent purchases were hard to trace because they came from IP addresses in Nigeria.

If you think very carefully about this you will know you are wrong and are making false claims with incorrect facts just because you are angry about something that is beyond anyone's control. But you should not publicly ruin someone's reputation based on inaccurate information just to make yourself feel vidicated.

These are good people who wanted to do something good. They have helped a lot of people and harmed no one. They were just as hurt by this scammer as you were. They will not be able to help people again if people like you are out there trashing them for something they did not do and would never do. They are good friends of mine and are not so stupid and short sighted that they would destroy their own business over a measily $1200.

You were caught up in something bad just like they were. I am sorry you were hurt. A lot of people were hurt, including tony and deb. I think you owe them a public apology just like you trashed them in public for no logical reason.

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#5 Consumer Comment

Do not spread false information

AUTHOR: Dan - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 08, 2008

If you had attended any of their conference calls or read their emails, then you would know that what you are claiming is not true. Tony and Deb never refused to pay anyone. In fact, I happen to know they paid tens of thousands of dollars every week because I calulated their payroll report. I also know that I joined and did not do anything and cycled and they paid me $1200 plus more every month for basically doing nothing.

These people are good people and they had a member hack into their system and use stolen credit cards to make fraudulent purchases (over 62 of them) to generate multiple cycles and multiple $1200 payouts per bad purchase. Not only did they pay out all of these commissions before they found out, they refunded all of the money from the fraud. This put them out of business and into personal bankruptcy. I know that you might be out $1200, but if you had read your emails you would have known this was going on and that their accounts were frozen and that there was nothing they could do.

And if you think about it you will know you are wrong. They were making money too. Why would they NOT pay commissions and ruin their own business. There were people in that company making thousands of dollars every week and every month. Do you really think they would risk all of that just to avoid paying someone their commission?

And if you had sent them an email, they would have answered it unless you were in the group that was being investigated for fraud. Basically the FBI froze their accounts while they did a complete investigation. It turned out that the stolen credit cards were from an online list of the Women's Red Hat League in California, but they fraudulent purchases were hard to trace because they came from IP addresses in Nigeria.

If you think very carefully about this you will know you are wrong and are making false claims with incorrect facts just because you are angry about something that is beyond anyone's control. But you should not publicly ruin someone's reputation based on inaccurate information just to make yourself feel vidicated.

These are good people who wanted to do something good. They have helped a lot of people and harmed no one. They were just as hurt by this scammer as you were. They will not be able to help people again if people like you are out there trashing them for something they did not do and would never do. They are good friends of mine and are not so stupid and short sighted that they would destroy their own business over a measily $1200.

You were caught up in something bad just like they were. I am sorry you were hurt. A lot of people were hurt, including tony and deb. I think you owe them a public apology just like you trashed them in public for no logical reason.

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#4 Consumer Comment

Do not spread false information

AUTHOR: Dan - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 08, 2008

If you had attended any of their conference calls or read their emails, then you would know that what you are claiming is not true. Tony and Deb never refused to pay anyone. In fact, I happen to know they paid tens of thousands of dollars every week because I calulated their payroll report. I also know that I joined and did not do anything and cycled and they paid me $1200 plus more every month for basically doing nothing.

These people are good people and they had a member hack into their system and use stolen credit cards to make fraudulent purchases (over 62 of them) to generate multiple cycles and multiple $1200 payouts per bad purchase. Not only did they pay out all of these commissions before they found out, they refunded all of the money from the fraud. This put them out of business and into personal bankruptcy. I know that you might be out $1200, but if you had read your emails you would have known this was going on and that their accounts were frozen and that there was nothing they could do.

And if you think about it you will know you are wrong. They were making money too. Why would they NOT pay commissions and ruin their own business. There were people in that company making thousands of dollars every week and every month. Do you really think they would risk all of that just to avoid paying someone their commission?

And if you had sent them an email, they would have answered it unless you were in the group that was being investigated for fraud. Basically the FBI froze their accounts while they did a complete investigation. It turned out that the stolen credit cards were from an online list of the Women's Red Hat League in California, but they fraudulent purchases were hard to trace because they came from IP addresses in Nigeria.

If you think very carefully about this you will know you are wrong and are making false claims with incorrect facts just because you are angry about something that is beyond anyone's control. But you should not publicly ruin someone's reputation based on inaccurate information just to make yourself feel vidicated.

These are good people who wanted to do something good. They have helped a lot of people and harmed no one. They were just as hurt by this scammer as you were. They will not be able to help people again if people like you are out there trashing them for something they did not do and would never do. They are good friends of mine and are not so stupid and short sighted that they would destroy their own business over a measily $1200.

You were caught up in something bad just like they were. I am sorry you were hurt. A lot of people were hurt, including tony and deb. I think you owe them a public apology just like you trashed them in public for no logical reason.

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#3 Consumer Comment

Same situation as James in New Bern

AUTHOR: Josh - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, July 08, 2008

I wasted 6 months paying into this business with highest hopes that slowly faded, then died. The program looked and sounded awesome, and I had an awesome sponsor, until this business flopped. I'd still love to hear from my sponsor; we started out with this concept of 'our efforts benefit each other'. I'd like to know from others what went wrong, has anything been done to follow up with Tony and Deb, and so on. What's going to prevent them from re-surfacing with new names and products?

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#2 Consumer Comment

Same situation as James in New Bern

AUTHOR: Josh - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, July 08, 2008

I wasted 6 months paying into this business with highest hopes that slowly faded, then died. The program looked and sounded awesome, and I had an awesome sponsor, until this business flopped. I'd still love to hear from my sponsor; we started out with this concept of 'our efforts benefit each other'. I'd like to know from others what went wrong, has anything been done to follow up with Tony and Deb, and so on. What's going to prevent them from re-surfacing with new names and products?

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#1 Consumer Comment

Same situation as James in New Bern

AUTHOR: Josh - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, July 08, 2008

I wasted 6 months paying into this business with highest hopes that slowly faded, then died. The program looked and sounded awesome, and I had an awesome sponsor, until this business flopped. I'd still love to hear from my sponsor; we started out with this concept of 'our efforts benefit each other'. I'd like to know from others what went wrong, has anything been done to follow up with Tony and Deb, and so on. What's going to prevent them from re-surfacing with new names and products?

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