Experts 29 Reports & Reviews (1)
Victim Location 67846
Total money lost $4,000
Type of a scam Employment
Experts 29 advertised 4 weeks of free web training on vision mapping, increasing intimacy with God, etc. through the Elijah list for people 50-65 years old. In week 2, free coaching calls, later called "wake up" calls were offered to the first 100 people. This was later extended to an additional 100 people. Web audience was told there were @ 4500 people in the training. At the end of the coaching call, the coach offered employment with Experts 29 to be a coach, lead small groups, etc. Pay was $500 for each coaching call and minimum of $50 for small groups- all to help people find and reach their vision, help with prophecy, prayer, etc. 24 hour response to let your coach know if you wanted to do it. I said yes and immediately received an "Employee Information Form" to complete. Evidently malware was attached so information such as address, date of birth, SSN could be obtained w/o my ever sending them the form. As I was working on the form, my computer said a device had logged on. I clicked on the message and didn't get any more information. I thought it was my Smart phone that was connected to my email account. Not so. My coach was watching me complete the form and emailed it to a supervisor. I immediately got a Skype request to "talk". Next thing I know, I'm in a 3 way conference call being interviewed for this job -said I'd like to do it - immediately asked how I wanted to pay and sent a credit card form to complete. After this was all done, I commented that I needed to complete the "employment form" and email it to them. I was told by the coach that he'd already sent it to his supervisor. How could he have that information?? I never sent it to him. Only by attaching malware to the form. It became obvious the coach was the source that had logged on and that I'd been scammed. Hope this saves someone else out there some grief. Company has Delray Beach. FL and a Utah address on their email correspondence. CEO is Stephen Kasyanenko - web based internet group - advertising as Christians. Steve K previously operated a company called Christian Experts.
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