I also believe Eric Graham the 'Conversion Doctor" to be a fraud and a scam artist. We signed up for one his website evaluations and he tried to simply keep the money and not do the work. He knows exactly what he is doing - the deliverable on many of his services is more than a 60-day turn around and he is aware that after 60 days most banks and credit card companies will not intervene.
We only got our money back - and from the bank, not Eric - because we had a complication in the ordering process and found Eric Graham to be unresponsive, so we told him that we changed our mind and were not going to move forward with the evaluation and instructed him NOT to charge our card for the purchase. Of course, Eric then quickly contacted us, blamed the communication breakdown on his 'assistant', promptly processed our payment, and then became uncommunicative again. The bank eventually investigated and determined that he had processed the payment without our authorization.
Unfortunately, like most people above, I only found this complaint board AFTER attempting to do business with Eric Graham the 'Conversion Doctor'. I wanted to include this post for others considering doing business with Graham Advantage or any of its derivatives and also to share the research I did while considering what recourse we had for Eric’s attempt to steal our money.
I agree with Mike TT above – and he has provided a link to the Missouri Attorney General’s Office. In addition, here is a link to Graham Advantage’s profile on the Better Business Bureau site – with a grade of F.
Here is a link to the Federal Trade Commissions fraud complaint form.
Eric also has many articles on a popular site called Ezine Articles. Below is a link to his page. In the upper right hand corner a link that says ‘Report Author’ - this is if you wish to report an author engaged in fraudulent practices.
Here are the 2 major newspapers in Eric Graham’s area.
KC Business Journal