|Vertical Mail Mortgages Trends John Nash is a scam Artist http://www.verticalmail.net/index.htm, Internet |
|13th of Sep, 2011 by User564323 |
|I hired Mortgage Trends/ Vertical Mail to do some online advertising. It took a long time for them to put together the "creative" to send. Once that happened I was promised and signed a contract for consistant marketing with a guarentee of a minimum 300 responses or I would be fully refunded my money. Once I paid, the marketing piece was only sent a couple of time from which I received less than 5 responses. After more than a month of trying to contact John Nash in an effort to continue the campaign I finally got him on the phone. He promised that he would send my money back. After failing to do so I have called numerous times over the last several months to figure out what was going on. I have been promised my money has been sent, I even offered to provide an over-night paid package and have the check picked up. Once I offered that, it was obvious I was not getting my money back because John hung up on me. I now have to go through the process of filing for a judgement in the state of Florida for a couple of thousand dollars. Also, he has listed an office in New York. When you look that address up it leads to a church. John Nash has lied to me countless times and stole my money. Do NOT use this company.|
|We too were scammed by VericalMail and John Nash. We have referred the matter to our attorney and plan to aggressively pursue. We will also be contacting States Attorney generals in Florida and NY. We paid for an e-mail campaign and a PR campaign, neither ever took place, no creatives were produced, he made lot's of promises, but that's all he does.|
|Being totally ripped off like this hasn't happened to me very often. I entered into a signed contract with Vertical mail after talking to their partner or Vp John Nash on several occasions. He promised and agrred in writing to do 20 targeted mailings to their lists of real estate, mortgage and other business owners that he said was several million people.|
I paid the $10, 000 fee via wire and then the problems started. The copy they created initially sucked, the first mailing they said they did produced nominal results and then they just fell off the face off the earth. We emailed them, called him, sent lawyers letters to their offices and still no response.
I have built 5 successful companies in the past and because they threw around some names of people I knew, I trusted them. What a GIANT mistake.
I am writing this report to make sure NO ONE who does their search on them online does so blindly without access to the truth about my experience.
John Nash was a fast talking smooth operator with a knack for ripping me ( and maybe others ) off.
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