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JetSpeed Records - California, Hollywood / BAD BOSS

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Corry Tyler/courtland tyler Complaint Rating: Company information: JetSpeed Records 1211 horn apt 404 Los Angeles, California United States Phone: 818 720 9000 This Man has scammed and conned tones of money from workers and bands a like. if you are offered a job with this man for an assistant position run fast!!! he will tell you that your going to work with music related things (he owns a busted down record Label) check it out he has tones of law suits against him for multiple scams. he will constantly lie and try to pay you with checks that of course bounce he only pays cash and never on...

JetSpeed Records - California, Los Angeles / Corry Tyler/courtland tyler

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Corry Tyler/ Courtland Tyler/ Courtland Weinberg He changes his names because he is hiding he lives in west Hollywood ca 1211 HORN APT 404 number 818-720-9000 This Man has scammed and conned tones of money from workers and bands a like. if you are offered a job with this man for an assistant position run fast!!! he will tell you that your going to work with music related things (he owns a busted down record Label) check it out he has tones of law suits against him for multiple scams. he will constantly lie and try to pay you with checks that of course bounce he only pays cash and never on...

JetSpeed Records - California / Funds

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My name is Christopher R. Macie. When I was 20 years old, I was taken in Courtland Tyler. I was in a band called Bow To None. Through a talent agency we were established with Jetspeed/Red Galaxy Records. We flew to Los Angeles in 2003. We recorded an entire full length LP for Jetspeed Record called "The Age Of Atrocity". I, myself sent Courtland Tyler alone over $4, 000.o0 via Western Union. He never supplied our group with the materials, contractually bound, that were owed us. He has completely severed ties. We never received the physical CD's or monetary compensation for our time and...

JetSpeed Records - California, Los Angeles / Lack of payment

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I was hired as a personal assistant for Courtland Tyler (aka Corry Tyler, Corry Weinberg, etc.). The job description was not accurate to the work that he assigned me, which consisted mostly of driving him across Los Angeles in order to buy and sell coins. After only a few days of work, I picked up on his "unconventional" business and how it operated. Firstly, he does not have a permanent office. He has a mailbox at 1626 Wilcox Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90028 and he has a "virtual office" at 10100 Santa Monica Blvd. in Century City, which is a space he's allotted to use a few days out of the...

JetSpeed Records / Courtland Tyler

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I should have known better. My story is almost a carbon copy of everyone else's only with a little more "fun" attached to it. I paid Courtland almost $10k over the two to three years I thought he was doing something for it. I found it strange when he would call me in a panic on a Saturday afternoon to tell me I needed to wire him another $200 right away. What does a label who I just sent thousands to need me to send them $200 for? To make matters worse, his studio guy, Dave Morse, was moving to Nashville so I decided to move my studio to LA so I could produce records for Jetspeed...

JetSpeed Records - California, Hollywood / Total Scam

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I should have known better. My story is almost a carbon copy of everyone else's only with a little more 'fun' attached to it. I paid Courtland almost $10k over the two to three years I thought he was doing something for it. I found it strange when he would call me in a panic on a Saturday afternoon to tell me I needed to wire him another $200 right away. What does a label who I just sent thousands to need me to send them $200 for? To make matters worse, his studio guy, Dave Morse, was moving to Nashville so I decided to move my studio to LA so I could produce records for...

JetSpeed Records - California, West Hollywood / Terrible company

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I should have known better. My story is almost a carbon copy of everyone else's only with a little more 'fun' attached to it. I paid Courtland almost $10k over the two to three years I thought he was doing something for it. I found it strange when he would call me in a panic on a Saturday afternoon to tell me I needed to wire him another $200 right away. What does a label who I just sent thousands to need me to send them $200 for? To make matters worse, his studio guy, Dave Morse, was moving to Nashville so I decided to move my studio to LA so I could produce records for...