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National Racing Services / Scam and cheating

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I was also 'employed' by NRS. I sold about $3000 of merchandise to family and friends. I was suspicious from the first, but Mark Meyers (real name Mark Mingolo) was very smooth with his cover-ups, but he did make a few slips that allowed me and a few others to figure out what he was up to. We confronted him and forced him to return the money we had given him, both from ourselves for the training materials and for our customers. He made us sign a paper stating we had no problems with his business practices to get the money, though. I contacted the police and every agency I could think of, but no one seemed to want to do anything about this. I would be more than willing to help if anyone is going after him.
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Ju
  27th of Jan, 2009
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I had done the same to but everyone said that this was civil not criminal and that on paper he did not own the company and wasnt liable. but at least i got all my products. i thnk they are ivestigating the manager who took over the office . the company has solid paperwork to protect themselfs thats why nothing will ever happen. i signed a release form and other bs stuff
St
  26th of Feb, 2009
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SCAM ARTIST!!! WILL TAKE ALL MONEY AND MAKE LOTS OF PROMISES WITH NO PRODUCT OR POSITIVE OUTCOME.

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