Report: #1132983

Complaint Review: Dynastack Inc - Dallas Texas

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  • Dynastack Inc 300 n akard st suite 801 Dallas, Texas USA

Dynastack Inc. DBA Dynalyer Inc SCAM Artists: Jared Rice, Tony Caldevilla, Michelle Nosek, Stanley Ford Dallas Texas

*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: Tell real truth about Dynastack

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We hired Jared Rice of Dynastack Inc. to perform software development for our company based in Dallas. Upon sending payment, we quickly realized that we were in fact dealing with a scam artist. Jared Rice runs a handful of companies that receive payments without delivering products purchased. These companies include Dynastack, Dynalayer, Cheetah Local, Mexico PCS, and Bit of Glory. With his team, including Stanley Ford, Tony Caldevilla, and Michelle Nosek, they present themselves as professionals while quickly conning people out of their money. Jared Rice and Tony Caldevilla gave our company a tour of their "Dynastack Data Center" which turns out to be a seperate cage that Tony Caldevilla does contract work for (aka Airband Inc and Suddenlink Communications). After they took our money and failed to return any of our calls, we did some research and started finding other individuals that Jared Rice and Tony Caldevilla had ripped off. 

One of these shell companies, was a company called Bit of Glory. Upon contacting some of his clients, we discovered that he had stolen over $200,000 from all of his clients collectively, and again took off without a word. Michelle Nosek helps by preteding to be his "assistant" while luring in customers to think that they are trustworthy group. The site since today has been taken down, giving customers no options....not even a "false hope" that they might even be legit.

Jared Rice, Michelle Nosek, Tony Caldevilla, and Stanley Ford are very distrusting and poor individuals. We are submitting this report to WARN you incase you come across one of their new companies. 

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#1 UPDATE Employee ..inside information

Tell real truth about Dynastack

AUTHOR: Stanley - (United Arab Emirates)

POSTED: Friday, December 22, 2017

The post in question was not by an "employer" but an investor/partner and co-founder of Dynastack who became disillusioned with struggling thru the pain of a tech start-up. 

Nothing he has said in his post has in basis in truth. If someone "stole" $200,000 as claimed then why were the authorities not involved? Ask yourself a simple question. If this were true would you make a post on a website or call the police or FBI. Sorry but $200,000 is a lot of money.

How do I know this I was also a co-founder of Dynastack and invested more than $50,000 of my own money along with Michael Miller, the author of this post, into creating a new start-up company. Sometimes things don't always go as planned and building a company from a start-up is very difficult. Over 90% fail in their first year. But at least we keep trying instead of complaining about it. 

Happy to answer any questions.

Stanley Ford

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