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Links to Raygoza Scam Reports

This is a combination of posts giving links to sites and forums where one can find scam reports already posted, and where you can post your own comments.


1)  the Warrior Forum, where you can see reports by those who are suspicious or have already been taken (in no particular order):

http://www.warriorforum.com/main-internet-marketing-discussion-forum/206696-john-raygoza-rob-artino.html


2)  a blog whose main thrust is not about scams, but had a post today about Inc Fortune (a  John Raygoza company), Chris Cobb and Mike Hill by the blog owner who was scammed by these scumbags:

http://www.davidlouismonk.com/?s=incfortune


3) IM Report Card (Real Reviews of Internet marketing Products, Services, People, Biz-Opps & More) Reviews by real people: http://www.imreportcard.com/ it is worthwhile checking out (this is not an affiliate link – they don’t offer incentives for recruiting).

They don’t yet have a review of Raygoza or any of his companies (that I saw anyway), but I have submitted a suggestion. And, I posted in the forum there ( http://www.imreportcard.com/forums/ ) in the “Discuss sites not yet listed” section under “Scam Site Reports” and “Specific Site Questions.”

You have to register at the site to be able to post, but there’s a lot of useful information there anyway. While my experience was with Push Traffic, most of the rest of you got stung by one of Raygoza’s other operations. It would be helpful if you all made those companies’ names known at IMRC and got Raygoza and his salesslugs listed there for what they are – parasites.


4) Links to 2 reports:

http://capital-one-credit-card.pissedconsumer.com/capital-one-partner-with-incfortune-com-in-internet-crime-20100409177786.html

http://www.complaints.com/2010/april/9/Capital_One_-_A_Partner_in_Crime__231347.htm


5) Excellent posts detailing scams perpetrated by, and the abysmal performance of John Raygoza’s companies, Pushtraffic, Dotintel, Successrate and Incfortune. David Sipes is named as one of the company’s reps who has facilitated  fraud.

http://www.code4gold.com/forums/Fraud-and-Scam-Alerts/14888-0-Re-Push-Traffic-Scam-and-John-Ragoza-Scam.html


6) Why Do Work Site

http://www.whydowork.com/forums/john-raygoza-not-scam-t18324.html

and even better:

http://www.whydowork.com/forums/pushtraffic-scam-john-ragoza-scam-t18204.html#p124497

 

7) a blog and newsletter published at least weekly that gives excellent feedback after investigating the merits of online opportunities, and there’s a good section on scams:

http://www.ivetriedthat.com/2010/01/06/beware-of-push-traffic-inc/comment-page-1/#comment-12794


Comments:

Deb June 26, 2010 at 16:02

Hi Ann,
I was just looking thru JR’s blog and came across something quite funny when you think that he wrote this and he is also the person who scammed so many people. I will try to copy and paste Date of his blog is November 2008. What happened to his soul????


I normally don’t reach out to rappers for wisdom but I’m a big fan of rap and I remember these lyrics dearly and everytime someone breaks my trust I remind myself of these lyrics……and move on.

I’m lucky. I’ve reached a point in my life where trust doesn’t dissappoint me as much as it use to.

I’ve had people who I’ve trusted dearly (beyond money) but unfortunately their trust was in the almighty dollar.

Sad but true. It’s reality so you must move on.

I learned trust on the streets. Your word is your bond. And if you break that bond you ruin your reputation. And the way you handle your reputation says a lot about your character.

A wise man once said, “A man’s reputation is what other people think of him; his character is what he really is.”

I worked in a company where I had access to the owners customer database – one day some guy decided to exploit a hole in the database and began to screw with sales numbers and after a short while he ended up stealing around $20,000 worth in sales. The sad part is that he was the VP’s right-hand man and he was promised a huge future but he got greedy. Today it’s hard for this individual to get a reference – last I heard he was back living with his parents.

Here’s how you can make a lot of money without selling yourself out!

* Work Hard
* Work Smart
* Enjoy your life
* Build and Maintain relationships
* Don’t burn bridges
* Give back
* Be true to yourself

Here’s a good one for you:

Be nice to everyone you see on your way UP, because it’s going to be the same people YOU see on your way DOWN.
– John Raygoza

SO SO SAD THAT HE SCREWED SO MANY OVER ON HIS WAY UP, THERE WILL BE NO HELP ON HIS WAY DOWN.

Sincerely,

Debra P


Ann June 26, 2010 at 16:14 .

Hi Deb,
Well, you got me on finding laughably unbelievable quotes!! Leaves me absolutely speechless in light of the countless people he’s hurt.


cherrishugsay 2010/08/07 at 16:08

Work At Home Scams haven’t affected me in years. And it won’t exist for you either if you:

1. Become An educated job seeker, Dummy!

The only way you can get scammed is if you don’t know what to look for and you don’t do your research. Here’s a quick way to know if the company you’re interested in working with is a scam. Go to Google.com enter the company’s name or website address and the word scam or scams. For example, Paidresponse Scams, You’ll either find tons of results tearing the company apart or nothing significant.

A good resource is:
http://www.findthescam.net

2. Don’t actively search for jobs!

I know this sounds ridiculous but a little known secret in job seeking is the fact that many employers don’t actively post their jobs. Instead they are searching resume databases of various job sites. So if you’re like everyone else who searches through job listings every day and applying to those listings you’ve pretty much missed out on some hot leads. I’m not saying you shouldn’t do this. But you should also be posting your resume to as many job sites as you can.