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Scammers Beware


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If you have fallen victim to a funding or business credit scam then you are NOT alone. There are people out there that can help. This site has been dedicated to documenting information to help inform others and help to assist in bringing to justice these types of criminals and shedding light on their behaviors and the techniques they use to control their victims.

You may find names of individuals or companies here that you have dealt with or provide us information on individuals or companies that you have dealt with that you feel are NOT legitimate sources.


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The purpose of this site is to give you a voice and help us shed light onto fraudulent behavior that typically goes unpunished.

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  1. brad smith says:

    Ed campbell appears to be connected to Thomas Walkley of Akron and they both appear to be involved in this scam. Is it possible you could contact me? I know the securities division of the State of Ohio have/are still investigating Ed.

  2. Gregory says:

    I paid for credit repair from a Tom Post (202)791-8597. I waited and waited and wAited until he stopped responding back. I paid $300 for the service via moneypak

  3. barry edwards says:

    has anybody paid in licensing fees to THCPharmaceuticals
    and now cannot get a response?
    Website and login are still functioning. System confirms messages are being received.

  4. R. Garrett says:

    aka gmsfinancialgroup.com

    They take your money, then it’s silence…no work…can’t get in touch with anyone…don’t do anything as promised.

    From what I can tell researching, there are several aliases attached to GMS Financial Group, one of which is MidWest Financial Group.

  5. C. Irwin says:

    I was scammed by GMS Financial Group (aka Mid West Financial Group)as well. It appears as though they are trying to change up their website and stuff in order to stay in business. I also see that more people are starting to complain about their scam. I know that I have filed a complaint with the BBB and Consumer Protection Bureau. Good luck all!

  6. C Irwin says:

    Mid West Financial Group became GMS Financial Group, and is now doing business as USA Shelf Corporations. It’s all the same scam. You’ll find some interesting reading on ripoffreport.com

    Caveat Emptor!

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