Global Cash FlowFraud and cheating!

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I had seen the Global Certified Network Specialist thing. And it really looked good because it was recommended from a secondary link from here. One of two businesses that worked, as the poster said it in their posting for no rip off scams.

I signed up for the program, and seen the 'special-once-in-a-lifetime-chance-to-apply-or-you-lose-your-chance-at-more-cash-with -us-than-you-will-on-the (heh) 'standard' (COUGH BULLS%@!)- and-BROKE-applicants splash page, and about 19 clicky links, REALLY pouring on the sell of the lifetime. Man with this program, you can BUY the internet, and get the google CEO's to paint your house too for free.

Well I SHOULD Googled them, but the dollar signs were affecting rational means of thought, and I applied for the VIP program.Halfway through the special offer page, I clicked 'Cancel' and voided the sale, or so I 'thought' happened.

About 30-45 minutes later, one of their sales specialists... (Ya know who he is, John Smith from the Matrix. Number #211) calls me and starts the very well crafted 'sales-pitch' (Cough _HORSE$#!T !!) Not 'REALLY' John Smith, I'm protecting them from ridicule here if I used their real names.

Man I gotta get some tea, i am coughing a LOT Here. After the 45 minute pitch, and including Mr Smith oh-so-kindly-cutting-the-price-to-get-you-and-your-account-## signed up. He had me.

I initially told him I canceled it, but he said he could pull some strings, and try to get me on a scholarship or some #@%! After a try or two, he said 10 minutes later I was declined. I said it was no biggie, and I'll sign up again when time came.

It turns out that the John Smith #211, and everyone else surrounding his cube, ran my credit card through the system 2xs, and APPROVED each time @ $199.00 and change. For a Total of over $400.00 from my account. And the third time was not the charm, as my account had been bled dry 10 minutes later. When John Smith realized my card was empty, I guess he couldn't buy lunch for every one there. Thats when he called me back and said I was declined.

Pretty slick. Until my wife checked the card later and seen my account overdrawn $429.00. After sleeping on top of the doghouse that night and work the next day, I called my bank Wachovia, and needed fraud help with this.

After 6 tries, and after John Smith#211 swearing if I was approved, i'd be working with them. He had no way to the cash. After speaking to the Senior Account Manager, John Smith 148, he assured me he'd reverse the charges AFTER I notified him I tracked the times my card was swiped for 2 approvals, and one decline.

I 3 way'ed the next call with my Wachovia Bank supervisor, and talked to a VERY kind and professional lady there, named Jessica Rabbit. I told her my bank guy was on phone with me, and explained the fragrant OVERCHARGES and timestamps on my account. She Promptly returned every dime to mt account, with my bank guy over her shoulder watching her re-key my cash in my account.

Sure enough, my bank guy says everything is returned, and Miss Rabbit emailed me copies of ALL the transactions, and I'll also be refunded any fees that pop up like processing, and such.

Please be careful with this company, as I didn't get COMPLETELY boned in the @$$ by what happened. Jessica Rabbit, to her Credit, was VERY helpful, and returned what was stolen by John Smith #221. Mebee even fired him.

I can only hope.



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    De Anna Rodriguez Jan 10, 2018

    As a single mom of two, I can't afford to lose cash! I feel for this problem and paid what they asked for. I tried to do the so called "step by step videos" for over 3 months. I watched the videos overe and over, and still couldn't get it going! The people that you see that made it, is because they had someone set it up for them from the company. I know this because I got a call from one of them saying that one person will be picked to have a one on one with them to set everything up. This [censor] is a scam and I tried with all the efforts I have, then I realized they took my money and ran.

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    cjsmolich Feb 06, 2011
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    Scammers all the way...the only valuable information I've ever found online on 'how to make money online' has been FREE! I'm still paying off this scam...I wonder the same thing - How do these people sleep at night? I wish I would've heard this advice when I started looking online for ways to make money = Chop up the credit cards and Look for FREE online income makers only. There are a select few. Very rare to get your money back on anything and the scammers know it...they've been scamming for years and they are allowed to get away with it...over and over even if one site gets shut down they will find another way to pop something else up to scam you with somewhere else...never ending scams!
    Been Scammed - A Lot!

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    rppayero Nov 08, 2010
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    my nephew is a victim of this fraud and I. would like to help him recover most of the 1800.00 debited. any suggestion. his e-mail is [email protected] and mine is [email protected]

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    looseink Jan 11, 2010

    I spent two years with GCFN and made a total of $110.00 after spending close to $8, 000 between GCFN and Dan Kushell. Ifinally got my original $399 back, after ### and complaining for a long, long time. To learn more, visit my blog 'Global Cash Flow Network - Expose!' at

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    former scammed Sep 23, 2009

    global cash flow and dan kuschell are one and the same

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    Anonymous Phx Jul 19, 2009

    I'm sorry to hear about your fathers situation, but it sounds like someone should have been checking in on dad long before all these life crises took place. Note to all children of elderly parents that are left to be cared for by the computer, DON'T LEAVE THEM WITH THE CREDIT CARD TOO. If he was well enough to read through the material and feel like it was a good commitment to make, doesn't give you the right to come along and expect to collect money back for services that he used. Is it your father or YOU that wants the money back?

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    Jim Jan 27, 2009

    I agree 100%, they scammed my 70 yr old father who is not well out of $5, 000.00. When I contacted them to explain the situation, he has been hospitalized since just after Christmas, had his leg amputated on new years day and may be in the early stages of dementia; they told me they would return $895.00 of the $5, 000.00. Even after explaining his current finical situation and that he did not have the money even if he could complete his obligation they weren't helpful at all, I have not been allowed to speak to any person more than once. I don't know how these people sleep at night or look in the mirror everyday. So to those who are thinking of "making it a great day" with Global Cash Flow my advise to you is DON'T DO IT!!!

    Son of Jim

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