Buyers Cash Clubscammed thousands of dollars from people

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In November of 2014 I was approached by phone from a salesperson from a company called Buyers Cash Club. He wanted me to buy website and it would be my own store. where everything is 50% off. On the website it had brand name stores like Macy's, Best Buy, Lowe's, Home Depot, .etc. All the customer had to do was to make an order, send in the money and they would receive their purchases in 14 days. When I asked how much it would cost me he said $149.00 for the year. I thought, wow that sounds like a great deal and a way for me to make the extra money I wanted to make, so I bought it. Later on that day I received a call from the "vice president of the company. His name was Christopher Walker. He welcomed me into the company and told me that the "president" of the company would be calling me to give me a session on how to use the website. The name of my website was, where everything is 50% off always!!! The next day I received a call from the "president" and boy was he smooth. He told me his name was MIchael Walker and he has been doing marketing for the last 15 years down in Southern California and how he was now a millionaire. He said that Buyers Cash Club was on it's way to being the next Amazon and how for a short time people could invest $25, 000.00 into the business and own 1% of the business. He was so good that despite having been ripped off and scammed before by Affiliate Masters, I took the bait. He then started giving me a rush job and said that a new campaign was starting and I needed to get my campaign going by November 10th because the holidays were coming up. He gave me a price and there were 3 levels and of course the most expensive one was the one I needed to get people buying from my store. He said the campaign would be on the radio through a company called All Radio Network. I said ok. After a short while a person named Stan called me from "All Radio Network" and took my credit card number and told me about how they make commercials for people and mine would be out by November the 10th.See the Top 10 Worst Complaints in Phoenix, AZ Now you can say I was stupid and how could I be fooled after dealing with Affiliate Masters and maybe I deserve what I got, however when you are desperate to make money and you have a family to take care of, sometimes you get fooled again. These people were very, very good!! Inevitably I was scammed again to the tune of $5000.00. I have been investigating this company and I have come up with some pretty scary stuff. This is a ring of criminals that have been scamming folks for the last 10 years under various business names and they are now going by the name of Retail Cash Empire. I urge all of you out there to please watch out for these criminals. They all have extensive criminal histories. The main players are as listed: Chris Maxon aka Christopher Walker, Steven Legoretta aka Michael Davis, Lawrence Pargo aka Luke Manning, and a woman by the name of Stephanie May. There is also another woman by the name of Leah who is a part of customer service. I have been speaking with two ex-employees who worked for this group and I have also spoken to some of the victims. We are collectively trying to get them shut down. We have reported them to the Better Business Bureau and the Attorney General in Arizona. These people are hardcore criminals and are somewhat dangerous. One ex employee was threatened with her life if she didn't stop what she was doing. As I stated I have done background checks on all of them and they all have extensive criminal records for drugs, burglaries, possession of drugs with intent to sell, prostitution, and various other criminal activities. I would like anyone who has been scammed and ripped off by these people to contact me, please. I did get my money back from my credit card company, however I am here to help anyone else who needs to get their money back and my main goal is to shut these people down. I am tired of these kinds of predators preying on innocent and naïve people. Senior citizens, young people and just good people in general who are only trying to make an extra income to be able to survive in this economy. Buyers Cash Club is fraudulent, deserves to be shut down and I ask for your help in this.
Thank you,
Wendy Enright
P.S. They have also ripped off several senior citizens of their life savings. One gentleman in particular by the name of George Allen Ames. He invested $75, 000.00 into Buyers Cash Club which is now doing business as Retail Cash Empire.

Feb 01, 2015
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  • Su
      Mar 02, 2015

    They are now operating under the name Consumer Cash Network.

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  • Ri
      Mar 23, 2015

    I have been scammed and its been 8k. It was bank wire tho. I don't know why there hasn't been a lawsuit on these scammers. I want my mony back but don't know how to do it. I'll be talking to some people. Also will be calling you. Thanks

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