Sam Ovens, New York, NY

This is a complaintsbureau.org complaint or review of Sam Ovens located in New York, NY. The website visitor wrote: Sam ovens has lured many people for spending in his training program that helps you start a consulting firm. He started SnapInspect and is the CEO for the company.
This is a property inspection application which was created for property management companies. It helps the managers of the companies to inspect rental properties and this application can be run on smartphones or tablets.
He has started training people for opening their own consulting firm to sell his product. However, this is not that easy as it sounds.
I know it because I spent $2000 in his program just to know that it was only trash. His entire course structure was very general and can be found online without any fee. There was nothing great that he offers through these programs.
I attended Sam Ovens webinar where he talked about the program and the benefits it has. Like many other webinars, first few minutes, he focused on explaining how difficult it was to reach where he is right now and what all he had to go through.
He took more than 50% of the webinar time explaining his great journey to success. He knows how to create positivity among people to get their money later.
Then, he explained about the program in such a way that it left me intriguing. That is what he does to attract people. When people crave to learn more, they pay. Because that is the only option to know about the deal.
Leaving this program aside, one thing that Sam is good at is convincing people. His advertisement style can fool many. So, it was easy for him to get new prey. And these webinars are his way for getting peopleÕs attention.
Many who are looking to make easy money can be convinced easily and who doesnÕt want that provision where you can earn without much of an effort. This is what he vouches for.
I joined his program by paying $2000 because he mentioned about the refund policy within a month of training. He clearly said that if a person is not satisfied and is not able to get a client within that period of 30 days, the entire enrolment amount will be refunded.
It was nowhere listed on the website though. But, he tried to stress on this part a lot at the webinar. He very well understands the psychology of his clients and a refund policy is the perfect bait.
In a hope to learn something and get my career on track, I joined his training group. He maintains a private Facebook page and gives his trainees the access to join him there for learning.
I followed all the instructions and did all the assignments for three weeks. I was prompt and waiting for something that seemed fruitful. After 3 weeks, I got furious and was unable to stand even a day of his training.
To be candid, the program was all trash and there was nothing that he charged us $2000 for. I was really upset for paying him that amount. After thinking a lot, I decided to ask for a refund.
They have mentioned to mail the refund application on their email address. So, I emailed them and filled out the information to get the refund. I received an automated mail that they would revert back in 3 days. I was reaching close to the 30-day limit and these bots were assigned to make that even harder to get the refund before time.
They replied me just before the expiry of the 30 daysÕ time period. They asked me to submit all the assignments that I did during the first three weeks. That was mandatory to get the money back.
This they could have mentioned in the website to avoid this waiting thing. But, then they wouldnÕt have got the chance to kick you out saying that the 30-day limit is over. So, without wasting my time, I tried to gather everything that I could and mailed them the documents and the proof of my efforts during the course of the program.
However, they replied with a negative response. According to them it was already over 30 days and I was not eligible for a refund. This is what I expected but still was hopeful. I generated a request far before the expiry date and it was them who replied late. So, how I was the one at the losing end.
Everything starting from the program structure to the refund policy sucks and their customer service is pathetic. They never refund and will trick you until the limit of 30 days is reached and your money is gone.
Sam ovens has created this program in such a way that he can easily make people join and even leave. But his policies are designed in such a way that one will never get access to the enrolment amount ever.
As per the 2017 report, Sam Ovens net wealth is around $12 million and he claims that 90% of his wealth comes from his consulting business. I really do not feel that his claims are true. It is just his marketing stunt. And if it stands any chance, then I am sad to know that he has scammed so many people and do not feel shame boasting about it.
Sam Ovens and his program intend to harm rather than providing any meaningful information. So, it is advisable to get some free material and also there are programs that are genuine and cheaper which are way better than the one Sam Oven sells.
I consider him a jerk and that is what suits him. He is not a sweet guy as he portrays himself but a selfish, bloodsucking pervert who is always looking to scam innocent people. No wonder why his Facebook account is private and he does not have a real customer service company rather than the bots to answer clients. Because he does not have white money to invest in that.; Sam ovens has lured many people for spending in his training program that helps you start a consulting firm. He started SnapInspect and is the CEO for the company.
This is a property inspection application which was created for property management companies. It helps the managers of the companies to inspect rental properties and this application can be run on smartphones or tablets.
He has started training people for opening their own consulting firm to sell his product. However, this is not that easy as it sounds.
I know it because I spent $2000 in his program just to know that it was only trash. His entire course structure was very general and can be found online without any fee. There was nothing great that he offers through these programs.
I attended Sam Ovens webinar where he talked about the program and the benefits it has. Like many other webinars, first few minutes, he focused on explaining how difficult it was to reach where he is right now and what all he had to go through.
He took more than 50% of the webinar time explaining his great journey to success. He knows how to create positivity among people to get their money later.
Then, he explained about the program in such a way that it left me intriguing. That is what he does to attract people. When people crave to learn more, they pay. Because that is the only option to know about the deal.
Leaving this program aside, one thing that Sam is good at is convincing people. His advertisement style can fool many. So, it was easy for him to get new prey. And these webinars are his way for getting peopleÕs attention.
Many who are looking to make easy money can be convinced easily and who doesnÕt want that provision where you can earn without much of an effort. This is what he vouches for.
I joined his program by paying $2000 because he mentioned about the refund policy within a month of training. He clearly said that if a person is not satisfied and is not able to get a client within that period of 30 days, the entire enrolment amount will be refunded.
It was nowhere listed on the website though. But, he tried to stress on this part a lot at the webinar. He very well understands the psychology of his clients and a refund policy is the perfect bait.
In a hope to learn something and get my career on track, I joined his training group. He maintains a private Facebook page and gives his trainees the access to join him there for learning.
I followed all the instructions and did all the assignments for three weeks. I was prompt and waiting for something that seemed fruitful. After 3 weeks, I got furious and was unable to stand even a day of his training.
To be candid, the program was all trash and there was nothing that he charged us $2000 for. I was really upset for paying him that amount. After thinking a lot, I decided to ask for a refund.
They have mentioned to mail the refund application on their email address. So, I emailed them and filled out the information to get the refund. I received an automated mail that they would revert back in 3 days. I was reaching close to the 30-day limit and these bots were assigned to make that even harder to get the refund before time.
They replied me just before the expiry of the 30 daysÕ time period. They asked me to submit all the assignments that I did during the first three weeks. That was mandatory to get the money back.
This they could have mentioned in the website to avoid this waiting thing. But, then they wouldnÕt have got the chance to kick you out saying that the 30-day limit is over. So, without wasting my time, I tried to gather everything that I could and mailed them the documents and the proof of my efforts during the course of the program.
However, they replied with a negative response. According to them it was already over 30 days and I was not eligible for a refund. This is what I expected but still was hopeful. I generated a request far before the expiry date and it was them who replied late. So, how I was the one at the losing end.
Everything starting from the program structure to the refund policy sucks and their customer service is pathetic. They never refund and will trick you until the limit of 30 days is reached and your money is gone.
Sam ovens has created this program in such a way that he can easily make people join and even leave. But his policies are designed in such a way that one will never get access to the enrolment amount ever.
As per the 2017 report, Sam Ovens net wealth is around $12 million and he claims that 90% of his wealth comes from his consulting business. I really do not feel that his claims are true. It is just his marketing stunt. And if it stands any chance, then I am sad to know that he has scammed so many people and do not feel shame boasting about it.
Sam Ovens and his program intend to harm rather than providing any meaningful information. So, it is advisable to get some free material and also there are programs that are genuine and cheaper which are way better than the one Sam Oven sells.
I consider him a jerk and that is what suits him. He is not a sweet guy as he portrays himself but a selfish, bloodsucking pervert who is always looking to scam innocent people. No wonder why his Facebook account is private and he does not have a real customer service company rather than the bots to answer clients. Because he does not have white money to invest in that..

Additional information about Sam Ovens
3rd Avenue 750
New York NY 10017
Telephone:
Website: samovens.com

The GMS Group Review, Houston, TX

This is a complaintsbureau.org complaint or review of The GMS Group Review located in Houston, TX. The website visitor wrote: The GMS Group LLC has very well portrayed its vision and mission statements on its website which primarily focuses on providing the best services with a personal touch. They provide the best schemes to its corporate and institutional clients. Best, but not for the clients, for them.
The GMS Group has spread its horizons at 7 different locations and is a reputed company. But, the truth behind the reputation can be experienced, once you become its prey through their strategy of fooling people. These White-collar scams have become frequent and it is difficult to know by yourself whom to trust and whom not to. You can only know the details once you are inside the trap.
I know all this so closely because I was the part of the company and after I joined, I came to know the illegal ways of making money the company was involved in. They took $14000 from the money that was to be invested. Later, they lied about IRS having the money. They said that it was owed by the IRS.
After confronting IRS, it was made clear that they never levied any duties from The GMS Group LLC and did not have the money. They further added that the money was with The GMS Group LLC itself.
They keep misleading people by talking fishy. Continuous pressure and regular inquiries were also not enough to take out the truth from the mouths of The GMS Group LLC owners and the comptroller of the company involved in the scam kept on lying that the IRS had the investment money. They did not bother to return it.
On top of that, the manager and the broker continued to act as per the plan that suited their personal greed. They used the investment money other than the $14000 to clear the high-risk investments. This included General Motors which was close to bankruptcy and street Bonds which was a non-municipal bond, State of Georgia, a deal by Lehman Brothers which was not a municipal bond but a commodity. These were supposed to be the conservative investment but that was not important for these culprits.
They did not include any research team while taking the decision and the bonds selected incurred a loss of $15000. They sold three municipal bonds on the same day by taking the decision on phone. There was no written proof for the permission underlying the selling of these portfolios.
All these incidents happened in 2011 and they continued making individuals and companies fool. Recently, all their frauds have been clarified and have been subjected to pay fine. This took quite a long period to bring to everyoneÕs notice but has atleast warned them that we are not quite.
The GMS Group LLC enjoyed a lot of perks with illegal means and was not ready to give up even after so many blames. However, this fine will bring their name to the forefront of all the financial institutions who were once engaged in illegal means.; The GMS Group LLC has very well portrayed its vision and mission statements on its website which primarily focuses on providing the best services with a personal touch. They provide the best schemes to its corporate and institutional clients. Best, but not for the clients, for them.
The GMS Group has spread its horizons at 7 different locations and is a reputed company. But, the truth behind the reputation can be experienced, once you become its prey through their strategy of fooling people. These White-collar scams have become frequent and it is difficult to know by yourself whom to trust and whom not to. You can only know the details once you are inside the trap.
I know all this so closely because I was the part of the company and after I joined, I came to know the illegal ways of making money the company was involved in. They took $14000 from the money that was to be invested. Later, they lied about IRS having the money. They said that it was owed by the IRS.
After confronting IRS, it was made clear that they never levied any duties from The GMS Group LLC and did not have the money. They further added that the money was with The GMS Group LLC itself.
They keep misleading people by talking fishy. Continuous pressure and regular inquiries were also not enough to take out the truth from the mouths of The GMS Group LLC owners and the comptroller of the company involved in the scam kept on lying that the IRS had the investment money. They did not bother to return it.
On top of that, the manager and the broker continued to act as per the plan that suited their personal greed. They used the investment money other than the $14000 to clear the high-risk investments. This included General Motors which was close to bankruptcy and street Bonds which was a non-municipal bond, State of Georgia, a deal by Lehman Brothers which was not a municipal bond but a commodity. These were supposed to be the conservative investment but that was not important for these culprits.
They did not include any research team while taking the decision and the bonds selected incurred a loss of $15000. They sold three municipal bonds on the same day by taking the decision on phone. There was no written proof for the permission underlying the selling of these portfolios.
All these incidents happened in 2011 and they continued making individuals and companies fool. Recently, all their frauds have been clarified and have been subjected to pay fine. This took quite a long period to bring to everyoneÕs notice but has atleast warned them that we are not quite.
The GMS Group LLC enjoyed a lot of perks with illegal means and was not ready to give up even after so many blames. However, this fine will bring their name to the forefront of all the financial institutions who were once engaged in illegal means..

Additional information about The GMS Group Review

Houston TX
Telephone: 305 329 3100
Website: www.gmsgroup.com

Drezden Capital, Atlanta, GA

This is a complaintsbureau.org complaint or review of Drezden Capital located in Atlanta, GA. The website visitor wrote: Drezden Capital LLC is located in Atlanta and is run by Michael Bach. The company is an investment firm that deals in private equity and securities. His company fakes all the services and works for phishing your bank account routing. He will lie to you for buying your company and promise to transfer you the money. He will even prepare the fake sale agreement document.
It is surprising, but true that he is not licensed and his investment banking is operated illegally. He is also reported to carry Ponzi scheme. The more you will try to uncover the truth behind his identity, you will be disgusted further.
He has criminal record and this can easily be verified through the Virginia. Here, he was charged for ruse, procuring money under untrue pretenses and various other charges. He was arrested and was convicted. Sterling family had to suffer a lot of damage because of his scam. After this, he shifted to Atlanta where he is operating Drezden Capital Investment.
I am sure after knowing all this, no one would try to test his intentions. That is the reason why he moved to another city. He keeps luring people to get in the trap and scam them with their money and savings. Not only companies, but he has scammed individuals as well.
He always has a lot to say and knows how to impress others. He maintains his personality and keeps him up to date with the current trends. You will find him wearing expensive suits and travelling in nice cars. He maintains all this to fool people and give a fake impression to others.
His shell company named, Scirage Captial Partners LLC. Is also listed on linkedin and he claims to be a fund manager.
Michael is the name, Clifton Odell Boyd Jr changed after filing a petition. He did this after he was linked to many scams and Michael is the name he changed to. But, sooner or later, truth becomes obvious. Clifton Odell Boyd Jr requested for a name change and this is all because to freshen up his reputation among people whom he wants to rip off.
So, if you hear about Michael Bach or Clifton Odell Boyd Jr, remember that they both are the same person and he is there to fool people and launder money for his interest. He is a con artist and can scam you before you would realize it to be too late.
He has many companies which he entitles as his major clients and sometimes will give you fake history of his experience. To know about him better, google from his old name. You will find many serious charges under his name. You can try to find pictures of him on the internet and you will know that they both are same person.
Do not believe with your money on Michael and Drezden Capital Investment, or any other company he is associated with. He will rip you off and will take away your money.; Drezden Capital LLC is located in Atlanta and is run by Michael Bach. The company is an investment firm that deals in private equity and securities. His company fakes all the services and works for phishing your bank account routing. He will lie to you for buying your company and promise to transfer you the money. He will even prepare the fake sale agreement document.
It is surprising, but true that he is not licensed and his investment banking is operated illegally. He is also reported to carry Ponzi scheme. The more you will try to uncover the truth behind his identity, you will be disgusted further.
He has criminal record and this can easily be verified through the Virginia. Here, he was charged for ruse, procuring money under untrue pretenses and various other charges. He was arrested and was convicted. Sterling family had to suffer a lot of damage because of his scam. After this, he shifted to Atlanta where he is operating Drezden Capital Investment.
I am sure after knowing all this, no one would try to test his intentions. That is the reason why he moved to another city. He keeps luring people to get in the trap and scam them with their money and savings. Not only companies, but he has scammed individuals as well.
He always has a lot to say and knows how to impress others. He maintains his personality and keeps him up to date with the current trends. You will find him wearing expensive suits and travelling in nice cars. He maintains all this to fool people and give a fake impression to others.
His shell company named, Scirage Captial Partners LLC. Is also listed on linkedin and he claims to be a fund manager.
Michael is the name, Clifton Odell Boyd Jr changed after filing a petition. He did this after he was linked to many scams and Michael is the name he changed to. But, sooner or later, truth becomes obvious. Clifton Odell Boyd Jr requested for a name change and this is all because to freshen up his reputation among people whom he wants to rip off.
So, if you hear about Michael Bach or Clifton Odell Boyd Jr, remember that they both are the same person and he is there to fool people and launder money for his interest. He is a con artist and can scam you before you would realize it to be too late.
He has many companies which he entitles as his major clients and sometimes will give you fake history of his experience. To know about him better, google from his old name. You will find many serious charges under his name. You can try to find pictures of him on the internet and you will know that they both are same person.
Do not believe with your money on Michael and Drezden Capital Investment, or any other company he is associated with. He will rip you off and will take away your money..

Additional information about Drezden Capital

Atlanta GA
Telephone: NA
Website: michaelbachatlanta.com