Second to None, Inc. — scam; fraud
This was a very polished presentation purporting to raise money for at risk teens through the sale of magazine subscriptions. The salesperson--self described as a beneficiary of the program, represented that the organization was a 501 (c) (3) and that the price in excess of the value of the magazine was tax deductible. I paid $75.00 for a subscription which never arrived. The company does not have a 501(c) (3).
This is an organized racketeering company, pure and simple. take down the name and address of the salesperson, have him sign a statement confirming his representation that it is a 501 (c) (3); get the name and address of his supervisor and do report it to your Attorney General's Office and to the IRS.