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Prodori / Scam

1 Beverly Hills, CA, United States Review updated:
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I've compiled a list of compelling evidence in this post and on my blog that proves without a doubt Prodori is no high end jewelry company and that they are owned by Vortal Group, the same company that owns Policeauctions.com! Don't believe me? Read on!


http://prodoriisascam.wordpress.com/ < < < < < < CLICK TO READ MY BLOG

1.

Go to the California’s website of registered corporations directly @ http://kepler.sos.ca.gov/ and search for Prodori.

/personal info has been removed/

3.

Use Google.com, search /name removed/ Vortal Group

One of the first search results should take you to a LinkedIn professional business profile stating that /name removed/ works as a Buyer/Marketing/Business Development for Vortal Group Inc.

PRODORI Jewelry is a SCAM!!!

Warning! Warning! Warning!

Starting off do not buy anything from the Prodori Jewelery company. That is unless you like cheap Chinese junk from a fake jewelry company.

PoliceAuctions.com A.K.A the Vortal Group INC. Owns Prodori and every jewelry company marketed by them.

Read along and the proof will unfold.

Cautious as I was, I bid for and won a Raphael Leon watch on PoliceAuctions.com. After receiving the watch and seeing its quality up close, I became skeptical of the craftsmanship on a watch with an MSRP of $20, 000 +. that I won for only a few hundred dollars.

A fter a quick inspection I took the watch to a professional jeweler of mine, someone I had dealt with in the past and who’s credentials come from the Gemological Institute of America. Her inspection showed the diamonds were’nt the quality advertised and the gold used in the plating is known as “dirty” in the jewelry industry. I even had her open the case to take a look at the movement. Her exact words when the watch was opened were, “This is the worst type of Swiss movement I have ever seen in a $20, 000 watch, and whatever I paid for it was too much.”

My wife was right, it really was TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE

Follow along and see the evidence for yourself that PROVES Prodori is a SCAM and Policeauctions is a deceptive company full of crooks.

*** All of the information below was found using Google.com

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/david-austin/25/5B3/B35

Further down you find his account on AsianProducts.com (an overseas marketplace)

(Click the link for the PROOF)

http://www.asianproducts.com/supplier_5/vortal-group-inc._A11589492964013606.htm

I even found a BLOG by PoliceAuctions.com that states clear as day /name removed/ is an employee of the Vortal Group

4.

Use Google.com and Search Prodori.

Somewhere on the second page I came across a company listing for Prodori on Alibaba.com

Apparently Alibaba is a website that acts as a marketplace for companies to distribute their products.

Prodori lists it’s business contact information as Mr. Preston V. Lawrence

NOTE** THE CONTACT NUMBER IS THE SAME TOLL FREE NUMBER FOR POLICEAUCTIONS.COM

5.

Use Google.com and search Preston V. Lawrence Vortal Group

You will come across this LinkedIn profile stating Preston V. Lawrence is the Dir of Marketing & Client Services at Vortal Group Inc

6.

Prodori’s Address is listed as
9595 Wilshire Blvd Suite 900
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
That’s nothing more than a virtual office for the Beverly Hills Business Center offered to anyone for $95 a month..so where are the real headquarters, are there even headquarters?
I seriously doubt it.

(Click the link for the PROOF)

http://www.davincivirtual.com/loc/us/california/beverly-hills-virtual-offices/facility-717

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Comments

  • Ro
      26th of Mar, 2011
    0 Votes

    I have personlly dealt with Preston and I can can say that if you have any problems with your watch he will
    stand behind it and replace it or fix it.He's done it for me, and I am very happy with the product and service.
    it's a very good watch for the money, I have a limited edition mens watch, and get plenty of comments about
    how nice it is. Buy one you'll like it. Robert Marinelli

  • Te
      10th of Jul, 2017
    -1 Votes

    Thank you for the heads up! I had two bids going on two Podori perfumes and even researched them and found them on Ebay going for $300--400 hundred. I had never heard of them and because I am a creature of NEW and Rare perfumes I swooped in on it. What could it hurt for 18.00 while ebay had it for 300? I am so disappointed in this policeauction.com as I thought it was a government site and although most of the stuff was pretty cheesy I thought they just sold off the good stuff and put the junk on there.

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! You saved me a nightmare

  • Ca
      20th of Aug, 2017
    -1 Votes

    It's obviously a scam maybe because I use auction houses regularly one knows yes you do get great buys however if something is worth $20, 000 your not getting it for a few hundred, I don't like to call people liars Robert maranelli is either on the payroll or a liar...beware auction houses can be checked out do research protect yourself...how these people are permitted to still be trading or legally be permitted to use the address they pay for is criminal

  • Ja
      27th of May, 2018
    +2 Votes

    Caveat emptor. Buyer Beware. I saw the name "Prodori" for a handbag on the Police Auction website, but before I bid on anything, I did research. I love a good bag & had never heard of the brand, which seemed unusual. A quick Google search revealed they have no real retail enterprise. They sell on Amazon, eBay, Shopify & PoliceAuctions.com - so i wouldn't pay more than a couple of bucks for anything with that name on it no matter what they claimed their strikethrough price to be. You're gonna get what you pay for, so don't pay much. Or better yet, skip it & go to Walmart.

  • El
      1st of Jul, 2018
    0 Votes

    For me my love of handbags goes back a long way, and even though at times I can't afford the real thing I'm as picky as all get out and normally just don't get till I can afford it.
    When I saw the name "Prodori" i had absolutely no idea what or who in the world this was, for me that's weird!!! Do my research I have to find a storefront for them or I have so many red flags going up in my brain.
    I found no storefront not even one that was an online storefront. So if you don't want to get ripped off my advice? Stay as far away from them as you just like I'm going to.

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