NiGen BioTech, LLC - They advertise a weight loss product called the "HCG solution." Already, the FDA has outlawed HCG homeopathic weight loss supplements. This one doesn't say it's homeopathic, but I don't see much difference. It caught my eye because of the incredible advertisement they published. It says,
"But do they really work? To tell you the truth, almost every expert will say either "absolutely not," "The reduced calorie diet plan caused the weight loss" or "the weight loss was the result of the placebo effect." Yet the fact remains that tens of thousands of men and women swear by it... just ask your friends."
I was dumbfounded. They're saying that it's universally reviled by weight loss experts and dietitians, but if you ask someone with no qualifications whatsoever, they'll say it works. It's an interesting tactic. I suppose it will only work on people who don't believe "almost every expert."
All City Management Group - Another timeshare resale company that claims to be in the area. Their website is (surprise surprise) privately registered, so no details about the company can be ascertained. They claim to be at an address without a suite number or address letter. They say that they have a buyer lined up for their victims' timeshares, but they have an 8% finder's fee.
Investment Negotiation Email - "I want to know if you are willing and capable of partnering with me on this investment..." That's about all you need to read before hitting "send to spam folder." It's from someone you've never heard of, emailing from email@example.com. It's a variation of the Nigerian email scam, only with a clever twist...it's from Cote d'Ivoire. How clever.
Easy Financial Services - They want victims to Wire money to some guy in Canada to secure a loan. Illegal on lots of levels They claim to be at 2500 Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles and have the phone number 213-438-9795