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1, Report #1363651
Mar 24 2017
12:02 AM
Jeff Light Jeff Light, Publisher - Fake News Websites Jeff Light, Publisher - Fake News Websites San Diego Internet
 Jeff Light, Publisher - Fake News Websites Fake News Websites are an attempt to play on gullible people who do not check sources and will just pass the news on as if it were really true. Fake news is a type of hoax or deliberate spread of misinformation, be it via the traditional news media or via social media, with the intent to mislead in order to gain financially or politically. It often employs eye-catching headlines or entirely fabricated news-stories in order to increase readership and, in the case of internet-based stories, online sharing. In the latter case, profit is made in a similar fashion to clickbait and relies on ad-revenue generated regardless of the veracity of the published stories.Easy access to ad-revenue, increased political polarization and the ubiquity of social media, primarily the Facebook newsfeed have been implicated in the spread of fake news. Anonymously-hosted fake news websites lacking known publishers have also been implicated, because they make it difficult to prosecute sources of fake news for libel or slander. Fake news, refers to false information or propaganda published under the guise of being authentic news. Fake news websites and channels push their fake news content in an attempt to mislead consumers of the content and spread misinformation via social networks and word-of-mouth. One of the more colorful definitions of fake news comes from PolitiFact: Fake news is made-up stuff, masterfully manipulated to look like credible journalistic reports that are easily spread online to large audiences willing to believe the fictions and spread the word. The mission of fake news content isn't typically for financial gain — or at least not completely for profit — but rather for luring visitors in via clickbaiting and then getting content consumers to virally spread the false information or hoax news.Jeff Light grew up in Buffalo, N.Y., where his father was editor of the local newspaper.Over the last three decades, he has worked for newspapers and their web sites. He has been an editor, a reporter, a clerk, even a “hopper” – the person who throws the bundles of papers from the delivery trucks in the dead of night. He believes that journalism is one of society’s greatest callings. That is to say, it is one of the best things a person can do with his or her life.He studied poetry and creative writing at Brown University and has an MBA from the University of California, Irvine.He started as an intern writer in Syracuse, N.Y., in the early ‘80s. He was deputy editor, then Vice President for Interactive Publishing at the Orange County Register, where he worked from 1993 to 2010. He joined the Union-Tribune as Editor in March 2010. Fake news is an inaccurate, sometimes sensationalistic report that is created to gain attention, mislead, deceive or damage a reputation. Unlike misinformation, which is inaccurate because a reporter has confused facts, fake news is created with the intent to manipulate someone or something. Fake news can spread quickly when it provides disinformation that is aligned with the audience's point of view because such content is not likely to be questioned or discounted. n recent years, the internet has provided a low-cost distribution channel for fake news. Posting fake news in discussion forums, website comment fields, blogs and social media websites requires little, if any, technical know-how. Social media websites in particular have proved to be an easy venue for distributing fake news. Bogus stories can be tweeted or posted from a mobile smartphone and quickly distributed to a large audience through retweets and sharing. Although some creators and distributors of fake news have political or social agendas, others are more entrepreneurial, using fake news that appeals to recipients on an emotional level to make money from digital advertising placed around the content. When fake news is used to spread propaganda, it can be dangerous. In addition to shaping public opinion and behavior, it can also cause mistrust, encourage dissent and deflect attention from real news. In response to criticism about failing to curb the distribution of fake news during the 2016 presidential election in the United States, Facebook and Google have taken steps to crack down on disinformation. They have formed a coalition called First Draft and are working with major media outlets to educate Internet users about how to spot fake news. They are also working with third parties to create independent fact-checking websites and are exploring ways to identify and label news stories that can not be verified, much like the way Wikipedia editors label entries they feel should be questioned. Mr. Jeff Light has been Publisher of The San Diego Union-Tribune LLC, a subsidiary of Tribune Publishing Company since March 2016. Mr. Light serves as an Editor of The San Diego Union-Tribune, LLC and also served as its President. He served as Chief Operating Officer of The San Diego Union-Tribune, LLC. Mr. Light served as Vice President and Editor at The San Diego Union-Tribune, LLC. Mr. Light served as Vice President of Interactive of The Orange County Register Communications in Santa Ana. He served as Deputy Editor of The Orange County Register. Mr. Light served as Deputy Editor of On the internet, news that is created with the intent to deceive often has poor grammar and misspelled words; it may use racial language or have an excessive number of capital letters and exclamation points. To verify the accuracy of a news story, it can be useful to query a search engine in order to confirm that legitimate, traditional news sources are also covering the story; fake news stories often have only one source. Another strategy for identifying fake news is to check the host site's domain name and URL. Often, fake news will appear to have a legitimate-sounding domain name, but will have a URL that ends in or another unusual suffix. Fake news is in the News these days, so what is it? The term is most often used to describe completely fabricated stories, but can also be applied to a broader continuum of news. Many news outlets will exhibit some form of explicit or implicit bias while not falling into the fake news category. Assessing the quality of the content is crucial to understanding whether what you are viewing is true or not. It is up to you to do the legwork to make sure your information is good. A recent study carried out by Stanford’s Graduate School of Education assessed more than 7,800 responses from middle school, high school and college students in 12 US states on their ability to assess information sources. Researchers were “shocked” by students’ “stunning and dismaying consistency” to evaluate information at even as basic a level as distinguishing advertisements from articles. If you think you, an adult with an internet connection, are better placed than a middle school student to assess sources, this collection of comments on “literally unbelievable” humour stories is humbling. It’s not that readers are stupid, or even necessarily credulous: it’s that the news format is easy to imitate and some true stories are outlandish enough to beggar belief. In its purest form, fake news is completely made up, manipulated to resemble credible journalism and attract maximum attention and, with it, advertising revenue. Examples include: “Transgender tampon now on the market”, “Pope Francis at White House: ‘Koran and Holy Bible are the same’”, “U2’s Bono rescued during terror attack, issues sick message to victims”. Hosted on websites that often followed design conventions of online news media, with anodyne titles such as “Civic Tribune” and “Life Event Web” to give the semblance of legitimacy, the stories are geared to travel on social media. Strictly speaking, fake news is completely made up and designed to deceive readers to maximise traffic and profit. But the definition is often expanded to include websites that circulate distorted, decontextualised or dubious information through – for example – clickbaiting headlines that don’t reflect the facts of the story, or undeclared bias. With nearly all online media motivated to some extent by views, a publication doesn’t have to be written by teenagers in Macedonia to perpetuate misinformation. The very structure of the web enables what BuzzFeed’s head of data science calls “not-fake-but-not-completely-true information”.
Entity: Internet
2, Report #1361760
Mar 14 2017
04:37 PM
Sam's Special Offers Jeff Ordered light up crochet hooks on 1/1/17 and have not received despite being charged for them. Multiple inquiries met with canned response from Jeff about shipping backlog from holidays. Rip off! Internet
 Ordered LED crochet hooks on 1/1/17. Sent several inquiries and received canned responses about being back logged due to the holidays and allowing 3-4 weeks for shipping. It's been well over 2 months with no communication or order being received. Last email sent was yesterday, no reply. Jeff is the name of the individual who replies to my previous inquiries. I was charged for the hooks.
Entity: Internet
3, Report #254670
Feb 06 2010
11:24 PM
Jeff Boos Tried to kill me and sexually assalt my daughter High Falls New York
Tony Canton was hired by Jeff Boos of High Falls NY. Jeff Boos is a neo-nazi and so is his father. Jeff tried to attack me last year. Then I told the police I was uncomfortable having him unsupervised around my daughter. The next thing I know there was a 50 year old man hang-out outside my studio. He had a suite and a mustache with brown hair and was wearing a bera'. This was Jeffs family's professional hit to have there Neo-Nazi internet group take over Nomad Glass and frame me again... or as Tony said RUn over by his bobcat and barried in the desert. Looks like your too fat and slow to get me yet huh? Bitch! Damon Beacon, New YorkU.S.A.
Entity: High Falls, New York
4, Report #734511
May 29 2011
08:16 AM
The Learning Stone - Jeff Nielson Learning Stone - NJ Corporate Jeff Nielson SCAMMERS / CROOKS / THIEFS / DO NOT INVEST IN THIS SCAM Internet
PLEASE READ THE WHOLE COMPLAINT I want everyone to understand how this outfit works so they are armed and ready for them, if ever they are unfortunate enough to run into them. I am trying to find other people out there that feel they may have been mislead by the marketing and promotional tactics imploded within the many  interfaces of Applied Knowledge Institute such as eVertex Solutions, The Learning Stone, JNJCorporation, NJ Corporate & My Financial Software My Business Kit to name the ones my research has thrown up. They appear to have a very professional system set up whereby a reassuring, polite and what comes across as a very concerned staff member contacts you and arranges a telephone appointment which they are very insistent that your partner attends with you. BUT NOTE: they will not tell you who the company actually are in advance so you do not have time, are presence of mind to research them first. Instead they quote we are an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau and this means their credentials are second to none. They very skilfully ply you with the suggestion that they know by talking to you, and how you have answered key questions that you are hard working people who want to do well by their family and are just the sort of people that meet with their company profile and ethics. They leave you with the suggestion that not everyone is chosen and it is a very stringently regulated process, but if you are asked to come aboard they will provide with an opportunity to sort out your financial issues, provide your family with financial security and a residual income. For all of that they simply ask that you be willing to allow them to use your success story to show others, and further claim to back all of this up with a personal assurance that if you do everything that is requested of you and you are not in profit by the end of their course they will stay with you until you are so what do you have to lose. When you are desperate to find work and a means to care for your family and someone appears to offer you a life line your mind is not always in a place where it analysiss everything clearly. I am ashamed to say that myself and my husband where sucked in. Instead of taking the adage that if something sounds to good to be true it usually is, we focused on the reassurance of a person called Jeff Nielson. He maintained that we would have his personal backing and he would follow our progress and if any issues ever arose he would be only to happy to help. We told him that we were already financially strapped and had used all our savings over the last year to keep afloat he continued with his pitch that we could use the system that he called leverage by using what credit facilities we had left to join THE LEARNING STONE. They would then get us get off to a flying start, with their $200 dollars a day programme so that we would very quickly be back in profit. He also stated that when it came time to start paying the credit card bills he would help us transfer it unto a credit card that offered interest free payments and that was affiliated to him so it wouldnt be a problem he give us the web address for this as proof that it was a real business. He then pasted us over to credit control I believe his name was Justin and he would go over the contract with us. Justin told me that this part of the process was going to be recorded, ( I really hope it was) as during that process I voiced my concerns about being sure the credit card thing was real etc he said he didnt know anything about that but he would pass me back to Jeff Neilson for confirmation after he had completed our call. Mr Neilson did not come to the phone after I had signed up... I am now in my 3rd week of a 16 week programme with The Learning Stone  and I honestly just want my money back everything I have learnt so far I could have picked up watching blogs about ebay on uTube. I am from Northern Ireland and have discovered very quickly that drop shippers do not want to ship for me due to the legalities of being within the United Kingdom but not part of the mainland. When I say anything to my coach he says I am not trying and to search the internet to find ones that will. He then gives me my homework watch these webinars and write down a list of things you want to market etc. In my opinion its a complete defence tactic to make it seem likes it me not wanting to follow the programme so they can then claim I didnt follow their instructions and thats why I didnt succeed.  We paid for this service with our credit cards, money we did not have, we went for the full package and paid over 12, 600 over $15, 500 dollars as a last ditch effort to save our home and our family.  I now spend my days in tears neither of us are sleeping and I am worried to the point that I think it might be best for my family if I was dead because at least the insurance cover would pay the mortgage as long as it looked like an accident. If anyone can show me a way to get my money back then please contact me at this email address -  Note The strangest thing has just happened i filed this same report on another website as I want as many people as possible to know what is going on here and I got a call from a guy who says his name was Biune from The Learning Stone and he wanted to know if everything was going ok when I responded that it wasnt all of a sudden the call ended...
Entity: Internet, Internet
5, Report #789419
Oct 16 2011
12:20 PM
Jeff Lerner - Work With Jeff scam Internet
I submitted my email to the Work With Jeff website, it looked interesting.  I received several emails and was interesting learning more before spending the $29 application fee.  So, I called the phone number on the bottom of the email.  I actually got Jeff personally.  Well, this must have been quite a surprise for him.  He asked how I got the number and seemed quite flustered.  He them asked me to forward the email to him.  He also said he would call me back since he was on hold at the time with another client.  He never called me back.  He never emailed me.  If you cannot support the product you are selling, then obviously it is a scam.  I am glad I did not waste my money.
Entity: , Internet
6, Report #1349011
Jan 10 2017
05:36 PM
Jeff Ford Jeff Ford Scam - Appliance Repair Largo Florida
Dont ever let an appliance repair man by the name of Jeff Ford in your home.  He is a scam artist and will take your money and never repair your appliance.  I called a company that just hired him as a technician.  He came to my house to repair my dishwasher.  Told me he need to order a part and needed a $150 check.  Told me to make the check out to Jeff Ford.  Told me it would be a couple of days and the he would come back when the part arrived.  I called him 3 days later told me the part was in Orlando and was coming next day.  Next day I called and he told me he picked up the part and could be at my house on Friday.  He would call with a time.  He never called and when I called him he told me between 2-4.  At 5 when he never showed up I texted him to find out if he was coming.  He called and said it was late and traffice he would come first thing Saturday morning.  He gave me all sorts of excused and even got nasty on the phone.  Saturday morning I text him to find out where he was and was nasty told me he had to drop off his kids.  That he was doing me a favor by coming out on Saturday.  He was doing me no favor he had a job to finsih.  When I said then let me meet you for the part gave me all sorts of excuse why he couldn't give me the part.  Then my husband called him and got nasty said he was not going to fix our dishwasher.  He is very rude and has every excuse in the book.  I ended up calling the police and filing a fraud report.  Told him and he keeps telling me that I should be getting my check.  I won't hold my breath for the check.  Its the point now that I don't want this to happen to anyone again.  DO NOT EVER USE JEFF FORD FOR APPLAINCE REPAIR.
Entity: Internet
7, Report #11234
Jan 10 2002
12:00 AM
Jeff Weaver Adulery Lexington NC
Jeff Weaver has the lion's den on Lamb Rd. Duped my wife into being his redneck 'ol lady, shotgun in hand. And he feels fine walkin' her into church, Methodist or Baptist. Don't worry about your rotten teeth, I've heard Hades will burn a long time.
Entity: Lexington, North Carolina
8, Report #274293
Sep 12 2007
02:34 PM jeff, jeff, jeff Somewhereout There Internet
Looks like I have been scammed too... why didn't I check into this before I placed an order with these guys :( order was expected on Sept 8/07 for 4 seasons of Duckman That Jeff guy has big balls to post here.. I have emailed him directly, I recieved a Tracking number that has never been activated...??this is a fraud Jeff, just stand up and say so.. I think it would all make us happier, than your sorry excuses.. Nice that you have time to post responses here.. why don't you go help the shipping dept.?? I have been ordering online for 10 years, and have never had an experience like this...espeshally if this order does show up and is just junk... Andrea St. Albert, AlbertaCanada
Entity: Internet
9, Report #1173896
Sep 02 2014
12:24 PM
Jeff Davis scams keezletown Vermont
Individual pretends to be a care taker for a army sergent kids. Hes a con artist .
Entity: keezletown, Vermont
10, Report #1163805
Jul 21 2014
04:14 PM
Entity: Internet
11, Report #1167941
Aug 06 2014
05:15 PM
Jeff Randol Nationwide
My friend works for a call center in Windsor and encouraged me to apply. When I went in to interview the police we there and I turned around and left I wanted no part of that. After some digging I found out that Consumer Education Outreach owned by Jeff Randol is a front for scams he perpetrates. Jeff Randol has been operating as an independent business owner since 2001. He has run through a string of illegal and bankrupt businesses such as Great Leads and Consumer Education Outreach. His main focus is low-grade outbound call campaigns targeting senior citizens, the elderly and at-risk adults, even tens of thousands of consumers on the National Do Not Call registry. His business is a front for his illegal TCPA Robo-calling campaigns, which use pre-recorded voice messages for consumer theft. Currently, he is being funded by ePath Media a company owned by Bill Baskin & Jeremy Buttke based in California to run press 5 business to consumer automated call campaigns for Reverse Mortgage and Solar. Some of the unregistered business names Jeff Randol uses as fronts include Green Energy Association and American Mortgage Quotes. Sometimes he has his call center staff claim to be from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or from an energy company like Pacific Gas and electric to steal people’s information.  He even fakes the caller-id’s to trick the unsuspecting consumers into believing the calls they are receiving are from the government or a public utility. Jeff Randol’s personal life is just as screwed and corrupt as his business; he is under investigation for fraud and violations of the TCPA laws, a sexual harassment suit, and several wrongful termination lawsuits. He has been convicted of providing alcohol to minors and using false identity credentials (Colorado Case, Weld County, 2000M913), Felony Theft of $15,000 (Colorado Case, Boulder County, 2004CR3709), he even filed for personal bankruptcy in August of 2013 (US Bankruptcy Court case 1317811ABC). Theres talk online and on Facebook that he has been physically abusing his beautiful wife Debi and then told her to claim she fell off a horse. While he's having an affair with one of his employees. That is why the police were at his call center to investigate the allegations of fraud and domestic violence. Jeff Randol continues to operate his boiler room business in Windsor Colorado. Jeff Randol has no business phone lines for a reason, so that no one can call his fake business. You have to reach only him on his cell phone at 970.518.7228. Don’t believe me – look for yourself randol  
Entity: Internet
12, Report #1348351
Jan 07 2017
08:41 PM
Entity: ROGERS , Arkansas
13, Report #1374370
May 20 2017
12:32 PM
Jeff Jimenez Phone scammer California Internet
Jeff Jimenez the scammer, advertises selling phones online at cheap prices, ask you to pay via western union/money gram and after paying makes up stories about shipping problems and that you have to pay more to activate shipping. This man is a crook and needs to be stopped!
Entity: Internet
14, Report #1377962
Jun 08 2017
07:48 PM
Jeff Szekely is a fraud, smam artist who is known for selling trade secrets  (see google).  he is part of a fraudulent company called Medeffect.  He has framed innocent people to steal there accounts and slander and defame his business partners.   Do not trust this man with a 50 feet pole, he will screw you out of job, your life and your peace of a nice life. Karma and the trust will previal   Jeff Szekely is the biggest scam in the medical industry
Entity: Nationwide
15, Report #1006731
Jan 31 2013
12:31 PM
Jeff Lesner Jeff Lefner , Jeff Conner settlement , loans, court, Department of Justice, District Atorney Detroit, Michigan
I've been getting phone calls to my mothers house stating that they were from the Department of Justice Jeff Lesner with an Indian Accent that I owed 277.00 for a loan that I supposedly took out in 2010 he was requesting that I pay via Western union or Green Dot Money Pak  I looked online to see if there were any more cases as mine and you bet they were so What I did is that when he called me back the following day what I owed was 227.00 really ?  are you kidding me if you tell a lie be smart and follow up with it anyways sorry went off track I refused to pay and he threaten me with a warrant for my arrest and that I was going to have a cop go to my mothers house with in the hour I told him to go $@&* himself and hung up. I then called the department of Justice and they were able to verify they to dont ask payments for any type of personal loans. So if you have this happened to you  verify with the department here is a link to the website:  Oh and anothe always do a reverse phone checkup you can find lots of info behind the phone number that shows up on the caller ID 
Entity: Detroit, Michigan
16, Report #307519
Feb 09 2008
01:47 AM
Jeff Pohlman Tire & Jeff Pohlman Jeff Pohlman Tire of Oxford, OH & Owner Use Deceptive Practices & Lack Proper Customer Skills- AVOID!! Oxford Ohio
My complaint is about Jeff Pohlman tire located at 304 W Spring St. Oxford, OH 45056. On December 22, 2007 my wife and I took our work vehicle a 93 Honda Accord into Jeff Pohlman for a radiator flush and fill. They say they honor their competitor's coupons, but this is not entirely true, in a clear reasonable and logical sense. To make a long story short, when we came in to pick up our vehicle that late afternoon we presented them with a Midas coupon 50% off a radiator flush and fill (Midas, a well known established, professional and reasonable auto service center nationwide) the manager took OFF 50% OF THE COMPETITORS PRICE (MIDAS) WHICH WAS $44.99 MINUS 50% WHICH IS $22.00 FOR THEIR FLUSH AND FILL. THEN TOOK THE $22.00 AND MINUSED IT FROM JEFF POHLMANS FULL PRICE FOR A FLUSH AND FILL WHICH IS $79.99 AND BROUGHT IT DOWN TO $57.99 BEFORE TAX. Now, where are the logic, reasonableness, and understanding in this reasoning??? Very puzzling, indeed! We tried to explain to the manager that when we brought our work truck in last year (2006) we then at that time presented the same competitors coupon for 50% off a flush and fill and Jeff Pohlman did the proper, sane, logical & reasonable procedure of taking 50% off of Jeff Pohlmans total for a radiator flush and fill. We were not making any progress explaining this to him while keeping our composure and using no profanity or being belligerent. After a period of trying to reason with him, he calls the police. Keep in mind no threats with weapons, words or the like were exchanged by us. The police came and spoke with both of us. Since it is a civil matter, he suggested speaking to the owner. In the mean time, I did not have use of my vehicle because Jeff Pohlman tire impound it until I resolved the matter with the owner. I called the owner the very next morning (Dec 23, 06) to discuss the matter. Again to make a long story short, he had already made up his mind without even speaking to the #1 person in his business, the customer, not an employee of 1 day or 30 years. He said he sides with the manager and would not apologize for his action etc. He said they take pride in having letters of appreciation for his service and his manager, but did not mention the unsatisfied ones. As a business man, that he portrays, I was shocked, appalled, discussed and disturbed with how I was treated by him over the phone. The lack of understanding, reasonableness, caring & appreciation not to mention his lack of concern and poor attitude toward for his #1 asset to his business, the customer, whether that customer be a one timer or a City of Oxford contract. Although he painstakingly gave us the 50% off his price (which that is how it should have been in the first place) he said he did not know what the fuss was all about over a small amount. I am sure he directed that to me, the consumer. If not, his manager(s) would know and would be trained how to handle these matters when they arise. I have been a business owner for over 17 years, and this insubordinate, disrespectful conduct, by both the manager and owner, would never be tolerated by me or any of my contractors or subcontractors, our standards are much higher. After this disgraceful folly, I do not advocate Jeff Pohlman tire and make it known to the Better Business Bureau and others. We do not need a company like this in Oxford, OH or any where else for that matter. If others choose to use this business, beware! Leave your logic, good sense, reasonableness & and human rights at the door when you enter the doors! Customers are #1 OXFORD, OhioU.S.A.
Entity: Oxford, Ohio
17, Report #574285
Mar 01 2010
12:14 PM
American Power & Light ,Space Energy Terrestrial AKA Space Energy Terrestrial SCAM! UN-ETHICAL!! DO NOT WORK FOR OR DO BUSINESS WITH THESE PEOPLE!! Fort Lauderdale, Florida
SCAM! UN-ETHICAL!! DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THESE PEOPLE!!   I am filing this complaint today so others that are lured in do not make the same mistake I did!! Anthony Lewand, Richard Kern & Jeff Altman with American Power & Light AKA Space Energy Terrestrial are Scam artists!! Their principal offices are located at 1994 East Sunrise Blvd. Suite#144 in Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 33304 & also 425 Market street Suite#2200 in San Francisco, CA 94105  Website: &     If you receive any calls from any one of these phone numbers, BEWARE because they might make up an Alias. Their numbers are 954-682-5595, 954-608-6969, 954-338-7690, 954-325-6930 & 801-847-6969  Dont trust them!! As they lie very convincingly!!!   They solicited me back in October of 2009 to enter into an agreement as an ISO, Independent sales office to recruit prospects/business owners to switch their electricity over to American Power & light. I invested a lot of time, energy, money placing ads, recruiting sales personnel for my call center & phone time working for months without ever seeing one dime. One deal that I know of that was signed, sealed & delivered was a company named Little Ricks Caf which I was due a $2,400 commission & they basically would come up with one excuse after another as to why my wire was not sent.   Apparently, this is their normal un-ethical business practices to have people work for them & pocket the commissions earned & not payout one penny.   Rip Off is only one of many complaints that I intend to file including the State Attorney General, the FTC & many other regulatory agencies in addition to sueing them in Broward County Court. I just want to make sure that anyone that is considering working for them or doing business with these people, you should think twice because chances are they will have you working for nothing      
Entity: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
18, Report #536038
Dec 08 2009
04:07 PM
Jeff Scott Soto JSS Jeff Scott Stoledoe, Jeff Scott Sort of, Jeff's Scott Soldout Jeff Scott Soto, JSS is a theif of intellectuall property. Internet
JSS, Jeff Scott Soto, ex: Journey, ex: Ingwie J Malmsteen ex: credible musician/singer/writer IS A THIEF OF SONGS.                         JSS STANDS FOR JEFF STEALS SONGS!     Jeff Scott Soto has stolen songs from me and I think it is only right that it be made public. I have offered him a solution by making restitution. I am only posting this to make those unaware of the potential danger. If you are writing, humming or scribbling on a napkin around Jeff Scott Soto  DON'T! SEARCH HIM FOR RECORDING DEVICES AND HIDE YOUR WORK REFERENCES! He is a thief of intellectual property. It has just also come into light other songs ideas he has ripped off. Khymera's You Cant Take Me was borrowed with out asking mmm? 'stolen' by Jeff Scott Soto (allegedly of course) I listened to Jeff's song Believe in me and the history of Jeff's malicious behavior is catching up with him. All I know is I have been ripped off by Jeff and he refuses to make it right. There was a scenario of solution presented to JSS/Jeff Scott Soto and he laughed it off. I seem to recall another fellow he did the same thing to. Plagiarism is illegal and Federal crime.  I will have my day in court. A grand jury may solve this soon. Do not support this crook. He has no credibility in the music profession. I am so not happy about his crimes and I will be posting a web site also. JSS stands for JEFF STEALS SONGS See you in Federal Court Jeff.
Entity: Internet, Internet
19, Report #648772
Oct 08 2010
06:30 AM
Jeff Wagner @ Jeff Wagner trucking bounced paychecks, wore out equipment, denied unemployment Waterloo, Wisconsin
This guy is having financial problems. He is bouncing checks all over Wisconsin. The third time my paycheck bounced my wife told me to come home and that's what I did.He eventually made checks good. But my last two checks he took out $955.xx as cash advances. Which is bogus. He did that because I took his truck home. He had no money to pay me and sure didn't have money to buy me bus ticket home.So he charged me for coming to get his truck.I filed unemployment. I got one week of that then they told me they had to review my claim because of information they received that I may not be eligible any more. Which means he is fighting my claim and doesn't want me to get unemployment.I worked for this guy for 6 years. Had to drive more hours than law allows and falsify log books.Equipment is wore out, constantly breaking down. A moving safety hazard. He was audited by Dept. of Transportation and found non-compliant. He forged paperwork. Numerous safety violations. His authority was revoked and he received a hefty fine.He managed to get a conditional authority to keep running and to get complilant.This worked for about a month maybe then it was right back to same old methods.I have heard from former dispatcher that he does drugs and drinks alcohol while driving. He is his worse driver. The ones he hires are not much better. Doesn't give them road test or drug test.One driver has had two accidents so far. Jeff hisself has had accidents too along with speeding tickets and other violations.Avoid this company like the plaque. Someone is going to get killed if the D.O.T. doesn't shut him down for good. And I am going to help D.O.T. to do just that. He is a danger to motoring society.Did I mention he has driven a commercial vehicle with a suspended license? Big time loser.
Entity: Waterloo, Wisconsin
20, Report #1180623
Oct 02 2014
06:48 PM
Jeff Ribbits / Big Ribbits aka Citipunch Jeff Fournier, Big Ribbits, Citipunch Jeff FournierBig RibbitsCitipunch Citipunch Loyalty APP, Jeff Fournier, Big Ribbits Conway South Carolina Internet
Jeff Fournier, Big Ribbits, Citipunch Jeff FournierBig RibbitsCitipunch Citipunch Loyalty APP, Jeff Fournier, Big Ribbits Conway South Carolina has ripped me off.I joind a business membership program that was to provide me with a back end system where I can be able to sell a rewards program to local business so that the business can reward their customer for doing business with them.From the start the program was riddled with issues. Jeff Ribbits/Fournier whoever he is kept giving members excuses after excuses of updates and a better system. Well he has not. After paing him $530 for 6 month contract to use his system he decided to kick me out of the membership because I complained in his public support forum. He stated he will provide me a refund the next day and within 3 weeks of back and forth Bull Shit telling me I will get a refund he decided to stop all communications with me and stolen my money.It's been over two months since his last communications and now he has stolen many members money.Watch out for this person at all cost. He is not an honorable person. He hides under false names to cover his tracks and he is morally bankrupt.To read more go to: 
Entity: Internet
21, Report #34784
Nov 10 2002
10:55 PM
Jeff Paul Systems Ripoff Rochester New York
The people at the Jeff Paul Systems lie to you with there infomertial about you making money right away, after to get the first package they tell you, you need to buy a $500 package after that $4000 and before you even use any of the packages you need to pay another fee to actully begin using them fee several times. The only help they give you is to help you send them the money. They even call you up to tell you You Qualify For A Special PriceMore like special rip off price.DO NOT PAY THEM FOR ANYTHING.Sue Martin New York, New York
Entity: Rochester, New York
22, Report #537141
Dec 10 2009
10:00 AM
Jeff Beacher Scam Artist Las Vegas, Nevada
Jeff Beacher has been holding fraudulent karaoke and costume contests for years and there are numerous witnesses to this fact.  He either splits the money with the pre-chosen winner or takes the check away stating it was just for show.  He has done this at very high-end gaming casino properties here in Las Vegas as well as clubs.  There are people who have participated in these scams who are willing to testify and complaints have been sent to the LV District Attorney's office.  Celebrity Robin Leach was even heard stating , Oh everyone knows Beacher has been fixing his contests for years.  Metro has been alerted as have several members of the press and Las Vegas hotel personnel.  We are awaiting word from the D.A. now.Beacher also lures hungry performers by dangling carrots and then does not pay them their promised fee.  There are tens of thousands of known money owed out to acts as well as airport security guards according to eye-witnesses.Currently, a performer went into Beacher's office to get his $100 check for a gig and was told he would not get paid unless he signed a waiver to protect Beacher from having anyone speak out against him.This guy is very bad news and it is my wish that an attorney or member of the press who wants to rid this world of scammers like this will gather all the eye-witness accounts and bust this guy wide open.
Entity: Las Vegas, Nevada
23, Report #459367
Jun 07 2009
10:38 AM
This seller misrepresents his mdse on eBay. When msde is received you realize it is not as advertised. When you call him he acts real stupid or dumb. He says if you give him an excellant feedback report he will give you anything you want. My mistake was to comply. No knowing this closes the case with eBay. He said if I return the mdse he would refund the full amount. The mdse was returned but no refund ever appeared. I turned the issue over to the Bureau of Consumer Affairs and they were unable to make contant. He has been put on their BUYER BEWARE LIST. His MO is business machines, mostly small between $50 and $150. BEWARE! BEWARE! BEWARE! BEWARE! Alan NASHVILLE, TennesseeU.S.A.
Entity: Kentwood, Michigan
24, Report #689686
Feb 02 2011
06:16 AM
JEFF MCDERMONT rip off of $1250 for website Internet
This guy Jeff McDermont ripped me off for $1,250. He was to sell me a website. and the supplier source to order mac computers at wholesale prices. I sent him a check , he cashed it the same day he received it, and i got nothing. His contact info is below . This guy is a real scum bag, dont do any buisiness with him !!!! McDermont, Jeffrey macbookmall@yahoo.comMacBook Mall180 Steuart StSan Francisco, California 94105United States(415) 855-7583
Entity: Internet, Internet
25, Report #674608
Dec 23 2010
10:24 AM
Jeff Bernard Overcharges, false advertising, rip-off Auburn, Massachusetts
States on website free estimate, he does not give one, nor does he mention he has a minimum $200 fee. Did not give a receipt of any kind. Charged $250 for less than an hour's work (to my mother who is in the "elderly" category) to change a sink drain. He also failed to mention his license is in "stayed suspension" status. Also states nowhere on his website his actual physical contact address, I had to do an internet search for that. Called to complain to him, he has a lousy, backtalk reply and could care less. I filed a report with the licensing board.  
Entity: Auburn, Massachusetts

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