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REALLY? STOP IT NOW DUMB ASS

THIS COMPANY HAS BEEN CLOSED DOWN DO YOU REALLY THINK THEY ARE STILL CALLING YOU GET REAL FRIEND
HERE IS WHAT YOU DO WITH ANYONE THAT CALLS YOU


I hope this helps you guys. the companies that are already listed with the FTC that they shut down... those are not our companies my friends, they are already caught. I have made over 25,000 turning in companies like this but you cant go after the ones they ALREADY KNOW ABOUT. here is what you do please make sure you do this right away as soon as you get a call from anyone wanting to sell you a debt relief interest reduction service: 1. go along with them. > go through all the way to the end > until you get to a verification step (this is where you get all their real information) this will tell you the name of the real company that is charging you and they will also give you a real phone number because they are scared you will charge back your sale. > if you cant get to this part because you have given all false information go in and tell them (there is to much security on my account they wont give any info over the phone, BUT im looking at my statement and it shows $10,541.01 balance and av: $4,458.91 say it shows my rate is 19.99% and thats all they will need to pass you through to someone to give you the pitch on how much it will cost, agree to all that (remember if you are giving fake info your goal here is to get their real company name and number and turn them in) if you gave real info (let them charge you (trust me) then call your credit card company as SOON as you get off the phone and dispute that transaction right away and change your card info.. that easy) you will get your money back from the card company, and on top of that (you will have a real valid charge from a company with real company info that way when you call the FTC and all other companies you have valid information that they can find and tack) bottom line here is that they are breaking the DNC and FTC rules by calling us with a robot and not a person and on top of that our numbers are on DNC lists and they always violate that, what upsets me is that people are still wasting time on the old companies they are already berried lets find the other jerks out there to pin down and save us all....


Contact FTC FCC and also contact the FBI about the robo-dialers and cardholder services continuous violations of the RICO Act-
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act U.S.C. Title 18, Chapter 96 § 1962:

Sections 891-894 (relating to extortionate credit transactions), section 1028 (relating to fraud and related activity in connection with identification documents), section 1029 (relating to fraud and related activity in connection with access devices),”
Section 1 of Pub. L. 91-452 provided in part that:
shasha
 Dec 11th, 2013
CALL NEWTEK MERCHANT SOLUTIONS AND COMPLAIN: 414-831-3900


New Information from FTC website:

The FTC amended their complaint in June 2013 to include the following companies invovled in this scamming business. The amended complaint adds several new defendants to the case, which now include: 1) WV Universal Management, LLC, also doing business as Treasure Your Success; 2) Global Financial Assist, LLC; 3) Leading Production, LLC; 4) Willy Plancher, individually and as a member of WV Universal Management, LLC, Global Financial Assist, LLC, and Leading Production, LLC; 5) Valbona Toska, also known as Val Jones, individually and as a member of WV Universal Management, LLC, Global Financial Assist, LLC, and Leading Production, LLC; 6) HES Merchant Services Company, LLC; 7) Business First Solutions, Inc.; 8) VoiceOnyx Corp.; 9) Hal E. Smith, also known as H.E. Smith, Harold E. Smith, and Howell E. Smith, individually and as an officer of HES Merchant Services Company, LLC; 10) Jonathon E. Warren, individually and as an officer of Business First Solutions, Inc., and VoiceOnyx Corp.; 11) Ramon Sanchez-Ortega, also known as Ramon Sanchez and Ramon Ortega; 12) Universal Processing Services of Wisconsin, also doing business as Newtek Merchant Solutions; and 13) Derek Depuydt, individually and as an officer of Universal Processing Services of Wisconsin.

I called Newtek/Universal Processing Services of Wisconsin after googling the phone number. After pushing the lady to get me to the CEO, I was transferred to Derek Depuydt's voicemail!

CALL NEWTEK MERCHANT SOLUTIONS AND COMPLAIN: 414-831-3900

Even the BBB entry for this company shows:
Payment Processing Company Named for Assisting, Facilitating Telemarketing Fraud
Date of Action: 6/18/2013


On 6/18/2013 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed an amended complaint against the defendants behind the firm Treasure Your Success (TYS), which allegedly made deceptive “cardholder services” robocalls, promising to lower consumers’ credit card rates in exchange for an upfront fee as high as $1,593.93.


Among the additional defendants named in the amended complaint is a company called Newtek Merchant Solutions, and its former president Derek Depuydt. According to the complaint, they approved TYS for a merchant account without performing customary reviews (such as obtaining telemarketing scripts, as required by their own procedures) and despite clear warning signs of fraud. They continued to process credit card transactions for TYS, despite knowing that it had high charge-back rates, had fraud alerts on its credit reports, and was on MasterCard’s fraud monitoring program.


The complaints alleges Newtek processed $2.8 million in transactions for Treasure Your Success over a nine-month period until July 2012, despite inordinately high chargeback rates, the FTC claims. The complaint also alleges Newtek also neglected to obtain telemarketing scripts before granting a merchant account to TYS, according to the FTC. Nonetheless, the complaint says, Newtek withheld as much as 20% of the telemarketers’s proceeds each month to fund a reserve account against chargeback losses.

The FTC
is requesting it be awarded preliminary injunctive relief, reimbursements of costs and permanent injunction to prevent future violations.
Pist off
 Aug 14th, 2013

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