Doctorfunds.com / Greg LemayScam

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Doctorfunds.com and their "V.P. of finance" Greg Lemay were supposed to help find financing for my medical practice. Once they "found" a lender I had to send them $2500 to have the lender get in touch with me. The "lender" in question was told that the loan that I needed was for debt consolidation and not for the operating capital that I actually asked for. For this reason they were unable to "meet my request". Since then I have left numerous voicemails for Mr. Lemay to call me so we could restart the process or I could get a refund per his contract. He has ignored these each time, yet found time to respond to a complaint I left on [redacted]! For any medical provider looking for help with financing your business, tread lightly when dealing with this individual b/c he is always available before he gets your money but is unreachable afterwards. You can also go to BBB website for Dallas. Doctorfunds has a C rating and of the over 40 complaints that they have 34 of them are for contract dispute and/or refunds. I was scammed, don't become a victim like I did!!!

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    Coinsultme_1st Jun 10, 2010

    I was contemplating whether to use Doctors Fund for my practice but since I decided to do a little research on the company first, I've found numerous complaints about this man and Doctors Funds. I WILL NOT be using anyone that is accused of doing the same thing over and over.

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    DoctorG Jun 20, 2010

    Yes this individual is only available before he secures your funds. What he is doing is illegal according to a bank I worked with collecting commission from the lender and the clients. That Is why he does not include the processing fees in the closing costs. I too am a victim of his unethical practice. From what I've read online he is participating in deceptive trade practice which is illegal. He response to complaints with BS quotes from his false contracts and uses the term "Doctorfunds management" instead of his real name Greg Scott Lemay. Do not use this guy or you be another victim.

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    MattWC Jun 21, 2010

    I'm so glad I read about this individual Greg LeMay and Doctorfunds.com. I was about to fill out an application online for my practice. I'm a cardiologist. Everyone is claiming the same senerio so I tried calling his office twice asking to speak directly to Mr. Lemay but was asked to leave a message. The individual would not let me talk to him directly. I guess all the post online must be true. Shame on Mr. Lemay for taking peoples hard earn money. Thank you for post everyone, I'm sure I would have been another victim!

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    Doctorfunds Jun 23, 2010

    What you have read above is complete lies and deception by an anonymous coward who hides behind this blog. We have proof that some of our competitors are behind some of these blogs. What is wrong with blogs such as these? There is a complete absence of proven truth. Anyone can start a blog about anyone and say whatever they want whether true or false. Let us all not pass judgment on anyone until solid facts are presented through the proper channels. In the case of a “legitimate” complaint from one of our physicians that cannot be handled internally, which only a handful have not be able to be handled in 15 years in business, they go through the correct legal procedures such as hiring an attorney, a mediator, etc. Always remember the way our legal system works; a company, person(s), etc. are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Anything outside of a court of law should be taken with a grain of salt, including this or any other blog. Blogs have become the place for anonymous cowards and liars to spill their lies and deception with no need for any proof to what they say. At Doctorfunds.com, we have a 15 year solid track record of providing loans to Physicians nationwide and we have a very good reputation in the industry. We keep very good records on each and every client. Please call us at anytime with any questions or concerns at 800-496-6191. Thank you. – Doctorfunds.com Management.

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    Mini Mart Jul 12, 2020
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    @Doctorfunds You are a SCAM ARTIST AND A CON MAN

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    EricVein Jun 23, 2010

    What is your email address and phone DocH. Would like to talk to you in person via phone. I would like to see the contract, email correspondence, etc.

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    FanClub Jul 07, 2010

    All doctors whom have fallen victim to his scam please join the Fan club of Greg Scott LeMay at below link.

    http://doctorfunds-scam.blogspot.com/2010/05/too-good-to-be-true.html

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    FlaDr67 Aug 17, 2010

    Congrats to the doctors that did their homework... I only wish I had. I, too, am a VICTIM of Doctorfunds.com. I have personally experienced EVERY aspect of every complaint on these blogs. I was offered a sweetheart deal that no other bank could touch... a working capital & debt consolidation loan at 8.5% fixed for 10-yrs in 2010. REQUIRED to wire-transfer the processing fee of over $4000 directly to Bank of America (routing# 026009593, Acct# 004886689049). Once they had my money I found out there were NOT a direct lender but a loan "broaker" (scam artis is a better definition) and had NO authority to negotiate or set loan terms or interest rates. I was referred to another company who was an actual lender. The person to whom I was sent even admitted "he didn't deal with those LeMay deals, he lets his assistant work them out". After waiting a month for true loan approval, my loan was declined. I tried cotacting Greg Lemay directly by phone & e-mail...you guessed it... no response. I filed a complaint with the Dallas BBB. After waiting a month, the BBB indicated they too, received no response from either Greg LeMay nor Doctorsfunds.com. Since I was already "screwed" out of my processing fee, I sent a copy of the bank letter declining my loan back to Doctorsfunds.com requesting another referral hoping to find a bank that would approve the loan. Boy was I nieve!! They referred me to a different lender who offered to split the loan request into 3-loans each one small enough to avoid income verification. The first loan was an equipment lease/sell back for 60-months at 27% (twenty-seven) interest !! Anyone outthere think this is a good deal? The other two loans wouldn't even be presented until I accepted the first loan. Since this was to be mainly a loan consolidation and my current loans were at 10-15% interest, I turned down the offer. And there Greg LeMay has you... once you reject a loan offer for any reason, the contract states he has earned his "processing fee" in full and has no further obligation to you. By the way, I was & still am current on my loans & have a credit score of 780! To the rest of you I would urge you to use your credit cards, beg-borrow-steal from anyone you can rather than deal with Doctorsfunds.com... better yet, take the 5% processing fee they'll charge you, go to Vegas & gamble... if you win BIG, the money is yours free and clear, if you lose it all, at least you have a vacation to show for it.

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    Class-Action-Lawsuit Aug 26, 2010

    If anyone is interested in a class action lawsuit which I highly recommend. There are more then enough victims to bring this guy to court. Base on the evidence and scam we can put this scam artist out of business for good. Hopefully we can recoup our money in the process. If it is a class action lawsuit we do NOT have to be there physically. Please contact "THE WRIGHT FIRM". The owner is Attorney Paul Wright he is very informative and easy to talk to. Their number is (214) 780-9696. He will collect everyones information and evidence. Once there is enough people we can start filing the class action lawsuit. I do not want to see our money go towards the funding of Mr. Greg LeMay new house, fine wine, and his gas guzzler Hummer.

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    Victim of Greg Lemay Dec 07, 2010

    I am sad to say that I too am another foolish victim of Doctorfunds.com. What you have read above was exactly what happened to me down to the fine details. The owner Greg Lemay should be in prison for grand theft. To this day he has not return any of my emails or phone calls once he got his processing fee. When I first apply he returned my phone call the same day (within hours of me leaving him a message). All incoming messages are screen by himself or his secretary. Its only a matter of time before every healthcare professionals and banks will know the most revolting name Greg Lemay and Doctorfunds.com. AVOID THEM AT ALL COST!!!

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    All Your Victims Dec 08, 2010

    Victims | 1 min ago
    Greg Scott Lemay the owner of Doctorfunds.com (DBA Omega Financing) is nothing but a liar and crook. He has stolen over $200K worth of processing fees from hard working doctors who needed funds for their practice through lies and deceptions. That's grand theft and he deserve to be in jail. Greg Lemay wherever you go work from now until the end of your miserable life no one will ever do business with you. You're out of business because of your unethical practice and morals. May god have mercy on your pathetic soul.
    Sincerely
    All your Victims

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    DoctorZ Mar 20, 2011

    Greg Lemay has changed his company name again. It is now call "MedFlow Capital, Inc.". Same scam different name. Also same theme "15 years of experience, bla bla bla". Please visit his new website at www.medflowcapital.com. Please pass the word to other Doctors!!

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    TomT1 May 24, 2011

    John
    San Diego, CA
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    #202
    Feb 24, 2009

    I would disagree based on my personal experience with your business.

    I would not recommend your services to any physician
    John
    San Diego, CA
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    #203
    Feb 24, 2009

    Larry,

    I was originally quoted roughly a 10% rate per the contract with Doctorfunds.com and Greg LeMay.

    The rates quoted afterwards were in the 24 to 35% range for a much lower amount and much shorter term. It was also very difficult to get the actually rates. They kept quoting monthly payments and would hesitate whenever I asked what the rates were.

    I have left multiple messages and emails with Doctorfunds which have not been returned. I was able to actually get Greg LeMay on the phone somehow last week and he promised that he would be returning my origination fee since the loan had not funded within the terms of the contract. As of today, I have not received the check, nor has Mr. LeMay returned any other phone calls.

    Draw your own conclusions.

    -John
    Larry Stachikowski
    New York, NY
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    #204
    Feb 27, 2009

    Thank you John. I wish you luck dealing with this situation.

    I'll look else where.
    John
    San Diego, CA
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    #205
    Mar 9, 2009

    Just an update about Doctorfunds.com and their BBB rating.

    Over the past 2 weeks there have been 2 more complaints that are registered against Doctorfunds.com for a total of 24 in 36 months.

    Larry Stachikowski
    New York, NY
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    #206
    Mar 9, 2009

    Interesting post John.

    Did you get your origination fee back yet? This whole senerio doesn't seem right.

    Lar
    Justin
    Lexington, KY
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    #207
    Mar 9, 2009

    I believe I have also been taken down the road of the old "bait and switch." I was told that I could have a loan at 8.5% for 10 years. I was pushed off to an outside loan "guru." This guy has no idea of the terms that I was given originally. The new guy is asking me to look for my own funding through people I have used before. I have been trying to get LeMay's people to return my calls for almost 3 weeks now. All of this after giving up my consulting fee...
    Tom
    Eden, NY
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    #208
    Mar 9, 2009

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    Hello Justin and John.
    You are definately not alone. I was offered the same as you; 8.5% for a 10 year unsecured term loan to consilidate my debt. I was attempting to secure $210K. I sent in my $5K "origination fee" of which another $5K would be due at signing. I was told in an email from Greg that this whole process would take approximately 2 weeks.

    After I sent in my 5K, Greg and his crew became almost completely absent. They rarely returned emails or answered my phone calls. I would sometimes call there 20 times in a day and get someone almost by accident. They would tell me "We'll look right into this and get back to you later today." 3-4 days would go by with no return phone calls.

    It has been 6 weeks now and I still don't have a loan. I've been told everything from "Matt left the company so I'm behind", "I had pneumonia", "there was a bad storm", ect..

    Currently I'm being told that my loan is with "Mike Valdez" at Evolution Practice solutions. This guy actually picks up his phone, but no real action has taken place on my loan. I'm worried that his email ends in "applyforworkingcapital.com ". Last I checked, the web site's contact phone number was dead.

    I have contacted the FBI for possible wire fraud, the SEC for possible fraud, and also the BBB. I have found the BBB to be useless. After letting them know of the situation, their only resolution was to sue Greg in small claims court. They have all these complaints but still have an A- rating... I don't understand this.

    Justin and John, I hope that you will do me a favor and follow up with these organizations yourself.

    I was originally scared to write on an open forum like this out of fear that I might get screwed... guess what.. I'm getting screwed anyways.

    I do have a small speck of hope that this will all end peacefully with a loan handed to me but with all the events unfolding now.. I doubt it.

    I have asked Greg on numerous occasions that I want my $5k back. He fails to acknowlege it and just keeps telling me to be patient.. I'm tired of patience.

    Tell me if this "unrelated" story looks familiar:

    http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/md/Public-Affairs/p...

    I will keep this forum updated as to how this unfolds. I hope that others will post their stories.
    Justin
    Lexington, KY
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    #209
    Mar 10, 2009

    Another avenue that I have thought of trying would be the Texas Attorney General. They have a fraud and scams department. I would be happy with my money being returned as well. I have even asked for a receipt for the loan origination fee. This cannot even be given to me. I have been given the big storm story as well. Steve Arbanas is the person that is supposedly now working on my account. It was previously Matthew Estep. I have not been told why Matthew is no longer with the company. I would be willing to contact the FBI. Would you be willing to contact the Texas Attorney General?
    Tom
    New York, NY
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    #210
    Mar 10, 2009

    I'll call the Texas Attorney General today. Your wire funds transfer sheet should be enough to prove you sent it. Also check and save any and all emails from this guy. They wrote back to me and confirmed that they recieved my wire transfer.

    Odd story though.. I tried to contact Greg yesterday and dialed the regular 800 number. Rather than Steve's voice being on the voice mail it was Greg's voice. I wonder if Steve has left the company as well?

    I think the more people that are made aware of this company's workings the better.
    Justin
    Lexington, KY
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    #211
    Mar 10, 2009

    I didn't wire transfer. I sent a cashier's check. I didn't want them having my bank account information just in case it was a scam. I have never dialed the 800 number. I always dial their direct lines.
    John
    San Diego, CA
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    #212
    Mar 10, 2009

    Justin and Tom,

    Thanks for posting.

    Justin - I received the same response from Greg Lemay at DoctorFunds about the delay in refund. 1) Big storm in December 2) Matt left company in January, etc...

    Here's what I've done:

    1) Filed complaint with the Dallas BBB 2 weeks ago. I followed up with them yesterday and they hadn't received a response back from Greg LeMay or DoctorFunds.

    2) Spoke with my bank about possible wire fraud so they are contacting Bank of America. Also sent about 1 hour on the phone with B of A to let them know I thought they may have an account holder potentially committing wire fraud.

    3)Trying to figure out civil action. Good news is my wife is an attorney, so she's walking me through some of the process, but we're in California, so it may require a trip to Dallas to actually file in small claims.

    4) Other good news - I do have a college buddy in Dallas that is also an attorney - but mostly IP/patent. I have a call into him about the situation. I would think if there are several physicians that there may be a better likelihood of an attorney taking the case. I'll check with him about other avenues to pursue

    Tom - let me know what response you get with complain against Greg LeMay and Doctorfunds.com with the Texas Attorney General
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    Mark
    Raleigh, NC
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    Mar 20, 2009

    You might have another to join you. Like those above I talked to Greg LeMay after sending them an inquiry. Greg seems very professional and comes across as somebody who has been doing the loan game for a long time.

    I went through the process and was sent this message "Our Credit Committee has given the OK to move forward on the loan amount below and has chosen the underwriter to do your loan. They have given us the Green Light to move forward on your loan". I was sent a document with specific loan amounts, interest, and payment terms.

    So, I've wired the $2, 500. Since then, I've had no communication from Greg, but have been contacted by a guy named "Mike Valdez" at Evolution Practice solutions (same as an above commenter). He tried to sell me some old computers - hmmmm!

    Who knows, maybe we are panicking before this plays out. I'll keep watch at this site and post any news I get both good and bad.
    wayne
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    Mar 20, 2009

    Well looks like we all got the same problems. I was getting angry reading this because the same thing has happened to me. I sent them the fee well over 40 days ago, and have not heard a thing! Everyone has vanished. I am trying to get a refund. I have told them to cancel my loan application and I need a refund ASAP. If there are enough people for a class action please let me know, thanks.
    Tom
    New York, NY
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    Mar 24, 2009

    ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
    GREG ABBOTT

    March 17, 2009

    Re: Doctorfunds.com

    Dear Tom xxxxx,

    Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding a possible violation of consumer protection laws. Consumer complaints help us monitor trends in business practices, and assist us in determining enforcement priorities.

    A compliance specialist in our office will review the information that you have provided and will contact you if we need additional information. Otherwise, you will not receive further communication from this office regarding your complaint. Also, this letter does not indicate that the Attorney General will take any action of your complaint.

    Please be aware that the Attorney General does not represent private individuals in personal civil matters. In matters of statewide significance, or when substantive evidence is accumulated indicating that a person or business is systematically violating Texas law, the Attorney General can take action on behalf of the collective legal interests of the people of this state.

    We appreciate your time and interest in preventing consumer law violations and in the affairs of Texas consumers. We rely on citizens like you to help us enforce the Deceptive Trade Practices Act and other consumer protective laws.

    CONSUMER PROTECTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION
    OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

    Basically.. a BS letter. Let's see what the FBI does..
    Tom
    Eden, NY
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    #218
    Mar 24, 2009

    Unfortunately... Welcome to the forum Mark and Wayne. If you could do me a favor and start off by contacting the Dallas FBI, the SEC, Texas Attorney General and Bank of America and tell them if your business dealing with Greg.(You can attempt to make a case with the BBB just to get another complaint registered)

    It may help press this thing to a closing.

    If we have to perform a class action suit, it would probably be best to wait and see how the FBI handles this first.

    I've completely given up all hope that my loan will go through at all. I'm now out for revenge.
    Alex
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #219
    Mar 24, 2009

    I was scammed by AAA Games & Systems INC located in Pittsburgh PA. I meet him to do a website for me, took the money and never again His Name is Michael Skoncey. I already report him with the police, BBB, and FBI Fraud, if something like this happen to you, you should do the same
    Alex
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #220
    Mar 24, 2009

    This person took money from me. he is fake has like 4 different websites and like 3 diferentss address, 5 diferents email address. this is a scam becareful

    http://www.jimmymonk.com/
    www.aaagamesandsystems.net

    His name is Michael Skoncey
    Janycess
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #221
    Mar 25, 2009

    THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!!
    I am suppose to meet this guy to pic up something
    from Craigslist. Something did not seem right.
    I googled his name and thank goodness this site came up.

    THANK YOU ALEX
    Janycess
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #222
    Mar 25, 2009

    Thank you so much Alex. I emailed him earlier this week about something he posted on Craigslist.
    Thank you for awesome people like you to help others out.
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    Michael Skoncey
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #223
    Monday Mar 30

    Alex wrote:
    I was scammed by AAA Games & Systems INC located in Pittsburgh PA. I meet him to do a website for me, took the money and never again His Name is Michael Skoncey. I already report him with the police, BBB, and FBI Fraud, if something like this happen to you, you should do the same
    Hi this is Michael Skoncey. I met "Alex" and he wanted me to design a website for him. I met him signed an agreement with him. Not 3 days after I meet with him, he is wanting his money back (well you know as I do that it takes a week to design a professional website). Well that 3 days later I had already started and completed a couple pages on his site. I had to have spent 10 hours on his site, and he wants his money back. He threatens me with the police that If I do not pay him by wednesday (which was 2 days after) that he would go to the police. I respond quickly telling him that I have spent 10hours on his site and have completed a couple pages, but I agree to refund him. I refunded him on wednesday (this was the last day he gave me to refund him, I did in fact refund him, and I do have proof of this). But, he reports this on tuesday, when he gave me until wednesday to refund him.

    I do not understand why he did this when I did refund him by wednesday, and I paid him through paypal and have a copy of the refund receipt.

    Why would you do this to me?
    Michael Skoncey
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #224
    Monday Mar 30

    Alex wrote:
    This person took money from me. he is fake has like 4 different websites and like 3 diferentss address, 5 diferents email address. this is a scam becareful
    http://www.jimmymonk.com/
    www.aaagamesandsystems.net
    His name is Michael Skoncey
    This is Michael Skoncey. I told 'Alex' that I design websites (which I do). These different email adresses and websited are my clients, that I have done web design work for.

    If you wanted to you could contact them and they would all tell you I designed websites for them.

    I am not a scammer, I simply design websites.

    Why would you do this to me Alex? I refunded your money!
    Alex
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #225
    Tuesday Mar 31

    Michael Skoncey wrote:
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    Hi this is Michael Skoncey. I met "Alex" and he wanted me to design a website for him. I met him signed an agreement with him. Not 3 days after I meet with him, he is wanting his money back (well you know as I do that it takes a week to design a professional website). Well that 3 days later I had already started and completed a couple pages on his site. I had to have spent 10 hours on his site, and he wants his money back. He threatens me with the police that If I do not pay him by wednesday (which was 2 days after) that he would go to the police. I respond quickly telling him that I have spent 10hours on his site and have completed a couple pages, but I agree to refund him. I refunded him on wednesday (this was the last day he gave me to refund him, I did in fact refund him, and I do have proof of this). But, he reports this on tuesday, when he gave me until wednesday to refund him.
    I do not understand why he did this when I did refund him by wednesday, and I paid him through paypal and have a copy of the refund receipt.
    Why would you do this to me?
    DO NOT PUT YOUR SELF AS A VICTIM...
    THIS IS A EMAIL I RECEIVED FROM MICHAEL YESTERDAY 03-30-2009.
    "This is Michael Skoncey. I found this link:
    http://www.topix.com/forum/city/pittsburgh-pa...
    You are telling people that I have several different email adresses and websites, that is a lie! You know that I developed other people's websites.
    I also paid you your refund by wednesyday as agreed, this complaint was filed on tuesday, the day before my final day to send the refund.
    I have proof of refund, I also have proof I started work on your website (10hours). I also have proof that these are not my websites and email adresses.
    I advise you to take down those two complaints, IMMEDIATELY.
    If you do not I will be forced to take this into legal action.
    I need to hear from you that these complaints have been taken down by tomorow (tuesday) by 10pm
    please reply asap
    thankyou!"
    Joe
    Valrico, FL
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    #228
    Wednesday Apr 1

    Wow! These are very interesting comments. I have been having the very same interactions w/ Doctorfunds.com and Evolution Practice Solutions. I have been waiting for more than 3 months for this process to be completed! I forked over 2K and have just gotten the run around. I'll be happy to join anyone who is considering legal action against these scammers.
    Alex
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #230
    Wednesday Apr 1

    I am still waiting for what I paid to him...
    I gave him money and I got nothing...
    Thank you Michael
    Alex
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    #231
    Wednesday Apr 1

    This is what I got from Michael...

    Totaly lost my money..

    Amount received:
    $15.00 USD
    Fee:
    -$0.74 USD
    Total:
    $14.26 USD


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    Date:
    Mar. 25, 2009
    Time:
    09:31:37 EDT
    Status:
    Completed

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    Subject:
    Re: Refund
    Note:
    Hi this is Mike. Below you will see the receipt of the deposit, etc.:

    Deposit $75.00
    Meeting on 3.11.2009 (545pm to 645pm)$25.00
    Started work on 3.13.2009 (10am to 1130am)$37.50
    Total Refund Due [$12.50]
    Shipping Address:
    No Address Provided
    Tom
    New York, NY
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    #232
    Monday Apr 13

    Let me ask those of you who have been scammed by doctorfunds.com a question. In your opinion, when taking your case to court, who do you sue (Greg or doctorfunds.com ) and which county (Plano, Rockwell, or Collins)? Thanks!

    Greg LeMay
    Dallas, TX
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    #233
    Thursday Apr 16

    John wrote:
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    My dealings with doctorfunds.com would lead me not to recommend
    The loan terms were much. much different than advertised.
    John Martinez
    John, will you please let people know that we gave you a full refund of the money you sent into us! Thank you! Greg LeMay - V.P. of Finance
    Greg LeMay
    Dallas, TX
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    John, will you please let folks know that we sent you a full refund of the money you sent to us.
    Thank you!- Greg LeMay - V.P. of Finance
    John wrote:
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    My dealings with doctorfunds.com would lead me not to recommend
    The loan terms were much. much different than advertised.
    John Martinez
    Greg LeMay - Doctorfunds
    Dallas, TX
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    #235
    Thursday Apr 16

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    Please contact me concerning any of the complaints you see in this forum. We have full paperwork on all these doctors and will be glad to provide that information for anyone that asks. We will also provide references for doctors we have provided loans for in the last 14 years.
    You can contact me at 800-496-6496. Thank you!
    Greg LeMay - V.P. of Finance
    Tom wrote:
    ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
    GREG ABBOTT
    March 17, 2009
    Re: Doctorfunds.com
    Dear Tom xxxxx,
    Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding a possible violation of consumer protection laws. Consumer complaints help us monitor trends in business practices, and assist us in determining enforcement priorities.
    A compliance specialist in our office will review the information that you have provided and will contact you if we need additional information. Otherwise, you will not receive further communication from this office regarding your complaint. Also, this letter does not indicate that the Attorney General will take any action of your complaint.
    Please be aware that the Attorney General does not represent private individuals in personal civil matters. In matters of statewide significance, or when substantive evidence is accumulated indicating that a person or business is systematically violating Texas law, the Attorney General can take action on behalf of the collective legal interests of the people of this state.
    We appreciate your time and interest in preventing consumer law violations and in the affairs of Texas consumers. We rely on citizens like you to help us enforce the Deceptive Trade Practices Act and other consumer protective laws.
    CONSUMER PROTECTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION
    OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
    Basically.. a BS letter. Let's see what the FBI does..
    Tom
    New York, NY
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    #236
    Saturday Apr 18

    You are so full of crap Greg. I have asked you for a refund several times and and you ignore me. I sent you $5K.. I want it back.

    Think before you do business with this company.
    Frank
    United States
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    #237
    Yesterday

    I have also been trying to reach Greg LeMay to refund my money of $2500.00
    Greg, I just left you a message so you know who I am.
    Please send me the refund, I don't think you can give me the loan since it has about 6 months.

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    TomT1 May 24, 2011

    This was taken from a web site that went down about a year ago... I bet Greg thought this information would magically go away. If any of you are being scammed by this guy call "The Wright Firm".. Its a law firm located in Greg's town. They are very familiar with Greg and know how to get ALL your money back (plus more if you have to sue him). This is a scam. No other way to present it.

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