Raygoza, IncFortune & JumpLaunch Scam!

UNBELIEVABLE!!! Raygoza’s goons are still at it. One of his “victims” from the past recently took another hit!

This time, someone claiming to be from “NetGold365” was the caller. I’m not familiar with that program, but judging by the collective experience of Push Traffic, IncFortune, DotIntel, etcetera ad nauseum victims, that program may be perfectly legitimate, but THE CALLER WAS NOT! As the expression goes – SSDD.

Caller lies about who he represents, asks for credit card info for “pre-authorization” and immediately charges the account for several thousand dollars.

This time when the client received paperwork, it was for the services of IncFortune and JumpLaunch! A dead giveaway that it’s just another Raygoza scam – Push Traffic’s reputation is now so dirty they’ve probably retired the name on their paperwork.

Anyone associated with John Raygoza and Ted Molina is suspect. Raygoza claimed he personally wasn’t the one who called to persuade, then rip me off (But who knows? See the opening post on this blog). However, we have seen posts by ex employees who tell exactly how Raygoza teaches his salespeople to gain the trust and goodwill of the “mark” then proceed with the scam.

Raygoza/Molina are smart enough to use paperwork to cover their ***es with the banks; and the banks are almost in league with them in that they appear to be ignoring the hundreds (more likely thousands) of customer complaints.

SUGGESTIONS FOR SAVING YOURSELF MAJOR LOSSES AND GRIEF:

  • Don’t give your phone number on “opt-in” forms. If an “opportunity” won’t give you information without you giving a phone number, be wary. That’s how Push Traffic got my number – from another marketer.
  • If called by someone claiming to be an internet marketer whom you didn’t specifically ask to call – hang up – YOU HAVE NO WAY OF KNOWING WHO THE CALLER REALLY IS, and if you allow conversation, you’re letting him know you’re open to approach.
  • The MOST important rule of all – no matter how friendly/persuasive/helpful/whatever they appear to be, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER GIVE YOUR CREDIT CARD NUMBER TO ANYONE, UNLESS YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY AND SPECIFICALLY GIVING THAT INDIVIDUAL PERMISSION TO IMMEDIATELY PUT CHARGES ON YOUR ACCOUNT.

If a company is legitimately charging you for goods or services they will usually ask not only for the number on your card, but also the name on the card, your billing address, and sometimes even the security number.

Push Traffic did not have the name as it is on my card, because if I’d been agreeing to a transaction at the time, I’d have volunteered that information to assure the success of the charge! However, the bank said they didn’t have to have a name – merely a number – do you wonder why I say the banks are not doing what they need to, to protect their customers?

If you HAVE BEEN TAKEN online, don’t let fear, shame or embarrassment stop you from reporting it to every agency possible – as quickly as possible. I’ve been waiting almost a year to get anything, including communication, let alone the return of the money they stole  from me.  Raygoza and Push Traffic have now acknowledged me but are still trying to wriggle out of responsibility for what they’ve done.

Links for reporting online scams are on the sidebar to the left; and the contact for the LAPD computer crime task force is:

Det. John Barragan at:

30146@lapd.lacity.org

Detective Barragan wants as many of our scam complaints against John Raygoza’s companies as possible – if you haven’t, please file yours with him.

Comments:

Sandy 2010/04/17 at 15:17

I’m with Ann…DO NOT FEEL INTIMIDATED OR EMBARRASSED IF YOU WERE SCAMMED BY THESE SCUM BAGS. If you do nothing else, email Det. John Barragan with your complaint… who knows, you may receive your money back because your name is listed as one of John Raygoza’s victims

Ann 2010/04/13 at 15:24 | In reply to clarence forcier.

Just additional proof that JR is a sociopathic personality – his world is all, and only, about him – absolute pond scum.

clarence forcier 2010/04/13 at 08:26

They are as lousy as anybody can get, they have no guilt when it comes to ripping you off…
(speculation about disposition of proceeds edited out, with apologies to the writer)
I got maybe 15 hours out of 40 of useful information, otherwise my coaching was mostly about themselves.
I told them I had no prior experience on the computer and John said “That’s not a problem, we will
show you how to do everything, we will teach you, what you need to know, and you can watch videos.”
Inspite of the fact that I told him I had 2 strokes and can`t remember very much for very long.
he said “NO PROBLEM, we will show you,” and flew me out there twice and just got a hotel room and
went to the office and sat in the conference room for 2 days each time and gained nothing that
would help me. John said “we charge $10,000.oo a day for that”. I guess that’s why they feel
justified in taking my $30,000.oo and saying “have a nice day – bye.”

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  • Sandy  On April 17, 2010 at 15:17

    I’m with Ann…DO NOT FEEL INTIMIDATED OR EMBARRASSED IF YOU WERE SCAMMED BY THESE SCUM BAGS. If you do nothing else, email Det. John Barragan with your complaint… who knows, you may receive your money back because your name is listed as one of John Raygoza’s victims.

  • clarence forcier  On April 13, 2010 at 08:26

    They are as lousy as anybody can get, they have no guilt when it comes to ripping you off…
    (speculation edited out, with apologies to the writer)
    I got maybe 15 hours out of 40 of useful information, otherwise my coaching was mostly about themselves.
    I told them I had no prior experience on the computer and John said “That’s not a problem, we will
    show you how to do everything, we will teach you, what you need to know, and you can watch videos.”
    Inspite of the fact that I told him I had 2 strokes and can`t remember very much for very long.
    he said “NO PROBLEM, we will show you,” and flew me out there twice and just got a hotel room and
    went to the office and sat in the conference room for 2 days each time and gained nothing that
    would help me. John said “we charge $10,000.oo a day for that”. I guess that’s why they feel
    justified in taking my $30,000.oo and saying “have a nice day – bye.”

    • Ann  On April 13, 2010 at 15:24

      Just additional proof that JR is a sociopathic personality – his world is all, and only, about him – absolute pond scum.

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