John Raygoza Scams Yo Momma

John Raygoza's D-bag B-Ball

The John Raygoza horror story begins :: like so many grimm tales before it :: “Once upon a time” … or “Μια φορά κι έναν καιρό” as they say in Greece when they’re anachronistically speaking Greek.

Once upon a time {last month} I was reading Steve Salerno’s SHAMblog

“I’ll admit that when this news alert arrived in my inbox this morning, I thought it might have something to do with the ballsy and groundbreaking work being done over at Salty Droid.”

Nice! Unsolicited compliments from a respected author who has been repeatedly published everywhere I’d want to be published if I wasn’t the mother fucking king of the Internet :: an whose recentish book I read and enjoyed greatly. That’s cool and all :: but remember when The Gnome said

“Jason Jones is obviously very smart, witty, very funny, and has one of the best writing styles you may find around.”

Impressing the literati :: $3.50

Impressing the illiterati :: very priceless

Anywayz …

“… the lawsuit at hand seems unrelated to what the Droid calls “The Syndicate”—in terms of the principals involved, anyway. The actual business model sounds disturbingly familiar.”

First :: I don’t call them “The Syndicate” … that’s their own gay name for their own gay group.

Second :: are they unrelated? The Droid spoke with the attorney bringing this class action lawsuit against John Raygoza and his partners … and he seemed to agree. I pointed him to a few stories {you can guess which ones} that I thought he might be interested in given that he’s bringing a RICO claim against Internet Marketers :: says sassy lawyer to me …

“Ok -it’s some idiot with a bad haircut teaching racketeering 101 – why not go after some actual crooks instead of wannabes?”

Ha! A funny first impression of Frank :: and three-fourths correct …

  • some idiot –> check
  • bad haircut  –> check
  • racketeering 101 –> check
  • Raygoza above Kern on the crooks-n-wannabes list –> Oh my fucking god … nope.

Salerno in the comments of his post …

“Regardless of what The Syndicate is doing, there are still so many freelance gurus and other non-affiliated IM pitchmen selling their own products for far less.”

Well :: sales for “far less” cause far less harm :: victory! You can’t beat evil … but you can keep it disorganized and inefficient. The more I know {and it is much} … the more I don’t believe in “freelance gurus”. It’s a cartel system :: there is a winning cartel at the top :: and many other baby cartels pushing out their baby cartel tentacles in support. Only a truly gifted cowboy can remain a mercenary in a cartel world. John Raygoza ain’t no gifted cowboy.

So before we discuss the horribly depressing particulars of the lawsuit … let’s place Raygoza within the context of the tale we’re already telling.

It starts :: as much cat crap has :: at Armand Morin’s Big Seminar. John Raygoza’s first Tweet :: October 2008 …

“I just got back from Atlanta (big seminar). Thanks for the great time!”

Special thanks to speakers like …

  • Mark Victor Hansen
  • Eben Pagan
  • Stephen Pierce
  • Brendon Burchard
  • Joe Polish

… so many assholes … so little time.

The PR release for the event says that …

“Armand Morin currently earns in excess of $15 million per year on the Internet and he will show the secret to his success.”

Wows! That’s a lot. I’m sure it must be true though … cause peoples aren’t supposed to lie. So I guess between then and now Morin has brought in a cool excess of $30 million … that must be why he reduced the price of Big Seminar 14 so dramatically … cause now he doesn’t need the money … and he’s just out to help good people {gag!} like John Raygoza get started in “this business”.

I hope John Raygoza was able to easily earn $15 million using the special secrets that he learned at Big Seminar … or maybe just even one-tenth of that :: because they’re smart and I’m retarded :: else he might start feeling like the stupid mother fucker that he is :: and compensate by ratcheting up the evil.

Raygoza’s pontifications on bragging …

“Some people blatantly display how much money they’re making on MySpace – $30,000 – $45,000 a year…is something to brag about??”

Is $15 million something to brag about?

Is having an apartment something to brag about?

“Be There! I’ll Expose Those Headlines That Makes Me Millions… Don’t Miss It!”

Oh John Paul Raygoza … if only you weren’t such an ignorant fuck :: you’d understand why that is so funny.

Moving on … John Raygoza to the previously mentioned Idiot-HairCut-Raketeer™ …

“@masscontrolkern – I would do it only because it’s TR! – BTW, are you in LA still…Dave and I were sched to meet up at your place this week”

“TR” :: probably referencing Teddy Roosevelt … like these d-bags love to do. Wait :: did I say Teddy Roosevelt? Cause I meant Tony Robbins! Teddy Roosevelt is totally not ga ga goo roo … he probably hated capitalism and America … that’s why he went around busting up cartels. TrustBuster they called him … fucking socialist.

Raygoza throwin’ down the fancy pants biz talk to The Rich Jerk :: King of Business …

“@kellyfelix It depends. I believe in hiring commission-only employees! 70% of my staff works on commission only.”

Well you’ve got to believe in something …

“@kellyfelix The days of working with 3 employees is priceless. Overhead was my apartment rent + VOIP charges…profits were ridiculous.

then i got Greedy…But as Gordon Gecko says in Wall Street, “Greed is Good!” ; )”

*wink wink*

Greed is good :: he said :: as he destroyed the world.

Let’s hook up for some drinks

@mariaandros Bardot is off-the-hook! We have to go out again…Let’s take @jimmydavis there…he needs to go out more often.”

Or maybe a bite to eat

@drkilstein a hotdog at Pinks or a chili burger at Tommy’s in Rampart…which probably explains why I’m at the ermergency room right now”

Not-Doctor Kilstein loves talking about pink hot-dogs … but sometimes you need to hang out with people who are even cooler … like Bill Maher

“hanging with Bill Maher at the Barlot”

Cool. Fake it ’til you make it.

All of this posering must be exhausting for John Paul Raygoza. It’s tough being a girl out there on the mean streets. It’s best if you can find some sort of group to join :: you know just a loose association of like minded competitors … something like a trade union … only nothing at all like that. John Paul agrees :: and tells the zero people who read his blog about it …

“I just finished talking with Tim Warren, Vice President of Maverick Adventures. I joined Maverick business adventures to hang out with like-minded individuals. The group was started by Yanik Silver.”

Maverick Adventures :: starting at just $11,000 per year … and going up :: up :: and away! Other members include … 85% of the d-bags previously mentioned on this blog. Vicious Garden Gnome :: and John Raygoza’s Twitter BFF :: Mike Filsaime recently mentioned his own membership in the group during his “Jason Jason Jason” interview with Mike Young.

Now Raygoza ties it all up for us by blog-mentioning The Gonme and The Yanik in the same sentence …

“It’s scary busy at PushTraffic and on top of that I attended Yanik’s underground event in D.C. & Mike Filsaime’s JV event in New Orleans.”

Perfect.

What good places to offer other “mavericks” your services

“Anyone out there need a SALES FLOOR to upsell your leads?…don’t leave money on the table in 09! DM me if you’d like us to upsell for you!

Our Sales floor is 30 strong. Our partners make on average an extra $30,000 a month on the backend! DM me if you want to get started.”

Making them Internet monies the old fashioned way … telephone boiler rooms with commission only sales staff.

The class action lawsuit against John Paul Raygoza :: John Glen Denton :: Andrew Mark Weitz Esq. :: David Sipes :: and interestingly …

“Law Firms and credit card payment processing networks which knowingly aided and abetted defendants’ criminal enterprise”

… begins like this …

“Once upon a time when the only mail was at the post office, con artists placed ads in magazines advertising: “Make Money at Home Stuffing Envelopes” or “Typing at Home.” The unfortunate victim would pay $10 to learn how to get started in the envelope stuffing or typing at home business …”

My how things have changed.

Let’s skip over the legal analysis completely for now {too boring} :: and get right to the victim’s stories. The Droid hears an unfair share of horribly tragic stories :: but they’re almost always “off the record” for fear of retribution. One of the great things about a lawsuit like this is that it gives people reason :: and confidence :: to go on the record with their tales of woe.

The following is just a small glimpse of a massive problem …

____________________________

Douglas M

Losses of $30,000. When he tried to get a refund he was accused of :: “Extortion, defamation, slander, and conspiracy.”

_______

Richard J

A Michigan attorney …

For the past 7 years he has suffered from T6 paraplegia and currently receives Social Security Disability. Over the years as his condition has worsened, he has sought a legitimate work at home opportunity. In November 2008, he was telephoned by salesman Rob Martino at PushTraffic. Martino gained plaintiffs trust and learned all about his disability, struggles, and goals. Martino falsely feigned an interest in plaintiff’s well being and Martino even claimed his own brother was a paraplegic which was very likely a lie to gain plaintiff’s confidence…

It gets worse …

“Plaintiff’s health condition had gotten far worse and he was battling for his life with a deadly MRSA staph infection requiring hospitalization. Even though aware of this, Martino persisted until plaintiff orally agreed to a refundable $15,000 turnkey investment with Martino and PushTraffic…

Plaintiff was briefly released by ambulance from the hospital to attend to business as it was thought he would likely die from MRSA. Martino called plaintiff and demanded he sign a contract, plaintiff physically could not and Martino then pressured plaintiff’s secretary into signing for him. Plaintiff was in the hospital from January to May 2009 and survived the MRSA infection. He then discovered a $20,000 charge on his credit card.”

Holy shit!

_______

Clarence F

Age 73 :: had recently suffered two debilitating strokes that left him with brain damage :: taken for $30,000. He’s now facing eviction from his home.

_______

Ann B

Canadian :: Age 66 :: on a disability pension for polio related paralysis … $4,500 charged to her credit card without her consent.

_______

Arline O

A recent widow living in Phoenix :: lost $10,000 … the proceeds of her late husband’s life insurance policy.

_______

Ewing D

Age 70 :: has both diabetes and Parkinson’s Disease :: taken for $20,000. A fraudulent testimonial that he never gave is still being used on one of the d-bag sales pages.

_______

Greg T

Victimized for $58,000. Greg was worried about $30,000 he’d already lost :: and was told the only way to recoup his money was to pay an additional $28,000.

_______

Lillian C

Age 80 :: conned out of $10,000.

_______

Luke Y

A New Yorker on disability for Schizoaffective Disorder :: out $4,200.

_______

Beverly S

Age 65 :: sold $20,000 worth of bullshit nothingness by an asshole salesman …

[Correction :: Jan 2015 … a previous version of this article named the salesman named in the complaint … but that person had had his name misappropriated by this boiler room and was not in fact the salesman. His name and picture have been removed.]

_______

James B

Age 69 :: $13,800 … gone.

_______

Laurence W

Age 87 :: Australian :: $55,000.

_______

Deborah P

Age 50 :: totally disabled with severe neck and back problems that make normal functioning difficult. Raygoza and his henchmen know this … and take her for $18,000.

“Plaintiff finally tracked down Raygoza and complained in a phone call. Raygoza asked when she began with PushTraffic and she gave him the date and he stated that her six months were up, “tough luck.”

_______

Marc M

Marc lives in New Jersey :: his wife is suffering from cancer so they could use a little extra income to help cover costs. Instead he was taken for $10,080.

_______

Benita S

Age 66 :: Englishwoman from Essex :: lost $10,000 to Raygoza and his band of thug morons.

_______

Lowell R

Age 71 :: duped for $25,000

_______

Melanie R & Margaret G

Margaret is 70 years old and lives in Louisiana with her daughter who has a severe learning disability.

“Plaintiffs were vulnerable individuals, elderly and with a learning disability, defendants preyed upon these disabilities and repeatedly contacted plaintiffs until they had extracted all of the money in plaintiffs’ possession.”

_______

Stella T

Age 72 :: lives in Canada and has a heart condition … she lost $30,000.

_______

Janis J

Age 58 :: lives in Texas and cares for her elderly father … she suffers from Chronic Depression and Anxiety/Panic Disorder …

“Plaintiff was telephoned by Denton in February 2009 and told Denton about her disability and he said he would “help” her because she had a “humble heart.” Instead Denton turned her over to IncFortune which extracted $50,000 from plaintiff on false promises of profits.”

_______

John U

Age 56 :: from the Mariana Islands :: lost $40,000.

“… and has suffered extreme privation as a result including inability to provide the necessities of life for himself such as food.”

_______

etc. etc. etc.

Not fucking funny.

>> bleep bloop

294 thoughts on “John Raygoza Scams Yo Momma”

  1. Hey T-Bag (Also known as Raygoonza),

    Johnathan Levy and Thomas Easton renew my faith in humanity. They are tenacious in there causes for justice for the “little” people. How stupid of you not to settle now, while you still could, without having to wear an orange jumpsuit.
    Orange, though, is what you deserve and orange is what you and David Sipes will eventually get. I know you tried to bride these lawyers to drop the lawsuit – another stupid step in your downward spiral.
    Unfortunately, orange will suit your skin color John Paul Raygoonza, David on the other hand will look terrible in orange.

    Better start counting your days of freedom!

  2. Let me just play devil’s advocate here and say: It’s okay when the government rips everyone off but it’s not okay if it’s private enterprise scum?

    1. @Anonymous, is this a “why me? Everyone else does it too!” response? How old are you – 10?

      In case you haven’t noticed the lawyers in the Raygoza case, particularly Jon Levy, charge in to fight injustice and crimes against the people no matter who the perpetrator.

      Instead of attempting to divert attention – join the fight.

    2. @Anonymous, are you seriously asking that question??? ?? ?? My 6 year-old niece could answer it for you. Two wrongs don’t make a right.

  3. Hey T-Bag, you miserable low life.

    You’re running scared…you should be. It’s only a matter of time now. I can already hear those jail keys jingling. You’ll look good behind bars, like a monkey in a zoo. Hey, maybe someone will throw you a banana now and then – you’ll be grateful for that as you won’t be in the business of acquiring anything else any longer – like peoples’ hard-earned money. Very possibly a banana might be the only possession you’ll own after the impoverished victims are justifiably compensated. Your days are numbered, T-Bag…get back in your tree and do your swinging now, cuz you’re about to be relocated to a whole ‘nother jungle…

  4. And here is why these people target old people for their scams

    “Older adults aren’t as upset by possible financial losses as young people are, psychological research has shown, and Stanford University researchers found in a recent brain-imaging study that seniors’ brains don’t anticipate a loss as much as younger ones do. That might be leading them to make less rational—and therefore less profitable—choices. ”

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=older-but-not-wiser&WT.mc_id=SA_CAT_MB_20101124

    As Antoine Dodson may say
    Hide your mom
    hide your gran
    cos they is scamming everyone out here

    1. @Anonymouse, I think a big problem that needs to be addressed is the fact that so many of the elderly generation buy into the stigma of being too old to learn everything they need on their own in order to master technology, business, and so forth. Some think that this is all too complicated and they imagine endless rows of books that they’ll have to read and study before being able to do things like facebook or websites and have fun.

      I’ve introduced three elderly people to computers and taught them enough to where now they can email regularly, chat on cam, visit facebook, upload their own basic website, and make purchases online. The hardest part was not the actual computer, but it was helping them to get a fresh new outlook and let go of the fear of it.

      My advice to anyone willing to listen is if you have elderly persons in your family take the time to teach them the computer technology to the point where they can email, chat, ebay, facebook, twitter, and web surf /research with ease and comfort.

      Maybe remind them that despite all of this new technology, there are some things in this world that never change, such as trusting their own gut instincts and plain old common sense.

      Nothing worth having is going to come from nothing and there are much more important things than trying to get rich quick. “Not all that glitters is gold.”

      Bottomline: If you feel your emotions being worked by a sales person and you’re being pressured to buy, then there’s something wrong. The priority of the sales person is to get you to buy, not your satisfaction.

      Most of us already know this, but sometimes it helps to help the realize that their life experiences count much more than they think.

  5. Hi I’m Jason.
    I was scammed by John Raygoza the low-life son-of-a-bitch!!!!!!

    He ran me up for $95.40 for his hosting company!! Who do I contact!

    I want this asshole in federal prison right next to Al Capone’s grave!

    File RICO on his ass so he can spend time in a orange jumpsuit so it can match his skin color!!!!

    Run John Raygoza, RUN! you think you are clever and smart because you took $95.40 from me??? Hhahahahah. I’m going to make sure you spend your life in prison for taking $95 bucks from me you hotshot!!

    I hate hotshots! Fancy car muther-f’er! I seen all these pictures of you with expensive cars? Where are they now? Impounded by the FBI???

    I’m no longer with your outfit! I signed up for Prepaid Legal and now I’m making $200 per month from it! If anyone wants to know how I do this, email me at jasonteller76@yahoo.com!

    I’ll make you some extra dough, unlike that charleton John Raygoza! Clever son-of-a-bitch, wannabe hotshot will rot in Jail when Doctor Jonathan Levy is done with him. Jonathan Levy is a hotshot attorney, John Raygoza….so run for your life! He took down the Vatican!!

  6. I feel like punching John Raygoza. Everything I read on this page is what happened to me. He forced me to sign a contract and my credit card refused to do a charge back $2,118 because of the contract. so John Raygoza the criminal got away with my money. I had told the credit card company I cannot pay Push Traafic is run by a con artist and I am disabled and have no income. They refused to give me back my money or do a chargeback and the first time I fell behind in payments I got harrasing phone calls for 2 months to pay the bill or it will go into collections. John Raygoza ruined a lot of people the same as I was got bankrupted and for him to bad mouth a sweet wonderful attorney as John Levy PHD he will surely be shot down in court. Put that in your Devil pipe and smoke it scum douche bag Raygoza. You have hell to pay with all of your victims that you left for dead. You and all of your devil disciples. Bad faith and misfortunes await you in the ditch you dug for yourselves. I’m selling the shovles to try and make money for your graves to pay the credit card you defaulted me on.

    1. @Thomas Hauser, Crap!

      I’ll wager that any comments on that blog in defense of Levy will be suppressed.

      Just like the blog you guys put up to discredit that woman who fought against RayBOZO, this new blog is just a puny attempt to discredit an honest person who supports the victims of this disgusting crime.

      Why don’t you all just admit defeat? You lied, cheated and stole money. Fact.
      If you expect to win this case you are all mad. Putting up a defamatory blog is yet another reason why you are all losers.

  7. How about a limerick fest! I’ll start.

    There once was a sleaze called Raygoza,
    a true criminal and a poser.
    The perpetual scammer’s
    now off to the slammer
    So now we’ll all see who’s the “closer”.

    1. @A Non,

      The once was a phat phuck called Andy Jenkins
      Pot Smoking Foul Mouthed internet “salesman”
      He was part of the syndicate
      they sold all sorts of shit
      Some of them spent time in jail
      and now the droid’s on their tail

  8. Masha from Russia (not a real name)…

    Yeah – he didn’t graduate from Cornell University. If he did, I’d respect his degree.

    Nope. Law.Cornell.Edu is an open-source platform that allows any individual to publish content. Basically Jonathan Levy wrote what you see in the link you provided.

    Read here: http://www.law.cornell.edu/

    I know, I know…you’re disappointed in your legal team because they didn’t inform you that they were conspiracy-theorists. They tried to sue the Vatican: FAILED. They tried to sue Barrack Obama: FAILED!

    John Raygoza and PT Crew: Due the math!

    Ask your legal counsel to provide you with a case he won.
    Your lawyer has never practiced litigation. He sits behind a computer and types bogus lawsuits that are laughed at by real professionals.

    Reality will set in sooner or later. John, David, myself, and everyone else on the lawsuit know what your counsel doesn’t want you to know. He’s a loser. You get what you pay for. Haven’t you asked yourself why he’s doing this for free? Because nobody – to this date – has been willing to pay him.

    Jonathan Levy is not a real doctor and not a real lawyer. Come to terms with it. Talk sh** about me, john, pt, and whomever you want.
    You gave up an opportunity to make money online, for an opportunity at a frivolous lawsuit. You’re losing. Come to terms with it.

  9. Okay…this is getting very creepy for me.

    Jonathan, is this stuff true? Are you going against the Vatican? I’m a true Cristian and I find this very appalling to me that you would denounce Christianity. Are you doing this because you are jewish? Is this the real reason you hate John Paul Raygoza? Because he has the same name as the pope and he’s catholic?

    I read some disturbing stuff you said about Barrack Obama, a fellow Christian man and I am very sadden by your accusations of him.

    I’m going to send you a private email asking that I get dismissed from the case immediately.

    Very disturbing! Count me out of the case guys. I only lost $2400 from John Raygoza, but I’m not about to lose my faith in God by supporting someone who denounces the Catholic church.

    1. @Anonymous, You’re full of shit. You aren’t a victim, you’re part of the con. Jackass! That kind of b.s. only GUARANTEES victims are going to see this through until they get some hide.

  10. Yup…unfortunately he is an Illuminati theorist and a Birther (somebody who believes Obama was born outside of the U.S.A.).

    Look – you guys invested in an online program. You signed contracts with Raygoza’s company and we all know what the court system thinks of contracts. They uphold it 99.9% of the time. You are really going to fly into California and try to fight a case in which you signed a contract for. It’ll be a big waste of money.

    I’m not saying you can’t win, but hire a better attorney otherwise you won’t win the case.

    *Jury is made up of 12 people
    *In Los Angeles you’re dealing with an area where the majority is the “minorities”. Blacks and Hispanics.
    *When it leaks that Levy is a Birther and denounces the Vatican, do you really think they are going to support a bald-headed, Jewish conspiracy theorist?

    Hard facts are hard to swallow. Good night yall!

    1. @Thomas Hauser, Burn in hell, motherfucker. You’re a scammer-loving scumbag. Too bad you just added some fuel to the fire. It’s gonna be one hot winter, asshole!

    2. @T-bag ::

      Wow. Keep on snorting whatever your snorting … it’s doing wonders for your personality.

      Not even gonna look up any of this shit your talking about Levy cause it counts for jack. He’s licensed to practice … and you are going to lose … period.

      Let’s say he’s a sleazy nut-job … well then cool … he’s like 65% of other lawyers. Must be nice to be in the majority. And almost all plaintiff’s cases are taken on contingency you fuckin reject … cause people who just had all of their money stolen can’t afford lawyers.

      Your comments are blatantly anti-jewish … and I’ll never delete them … so congrats for that. Hopefully soon I’ll be able to attach your real name to all your delightful comments.

      Happy Thanksgiving.

    3. @T-bag, this trial isn’t about blacks, Hispanics, or Obama. It’s about you cheating people, some of which are blacks and Hispanics themselves.

      Hispanic communities, especially, place very big importance on family and caring for the elderly, so when the LA community finds out about how you cheated people’s mothers and grandmothers, they’ll no doubt be more than delighted to make an example out of you.

      Sweet dreams,
      422

    1. @T-bag, thanks for all of the research you’ve done and all the links you’ve provided. I had no idea that Dr. Levy was such a humanitarian and you’ve only solidified the impression in my mind that he and the other attorney, Richard Joseph are doing good things, not just in the law suit against Raygoza, but for mankind in general.

      Keep up the good work mate.

      422

    2. @T-bag, After reading your obsessed comments, I have come to the conclusion that Dr. Levy is truly doing a great thing. Most attorneys go for guaranteed income, whereas Dr. Levy is not. That’s a genuine sacrifice on his part, and it’s incredibly admirable. Despite your obvious bad intentions T-Bag, you’ve only helped the cause.

    3. @T-bag, Why does what “the professionals” think matter? As SD says, J Levy is licensed to practise law and will be bringing a case against you.

      Regardless of color, “people” know a sleazy, self-righteous thief when they see it. Contracts don’t justify your trail of scorched earth.

      Bubba … you’re going down.

  11. What’s you’re quals T-bag? Reads like UR a straw grasper. I sense UR playin’ in the sandbox! Let’s thank the universe for punters like Dr. Levy who have a concience! A low life ignoramous such as yourself would know jack about what goes down behind the Vatican’s closed doors!

  12. T-bag, sorry to disappoint you, I am not a client of Dr. Levy. Only an idiot mistakes the lawyer for the client – Levy is representing people (not himself) suing the Vatican and was defense counsel for the lawyer suing Obama. Likewise it is your own former victims who are suing you, Levy is their attorney with two others. Looks like your brain surgery went wrong and you are suffering from diarrhea from your mouth.

    “Truly yours”,

    Masha Rasputina

    PS A little bird told me 95% of the lawyers in LA are Jewish and bald, so good luck in Court John Paul III.

  13. @ T-bag.

    It’s time you had a bit of education. (Firstly. I don’t believe in any religion because throughout history it has been the cause of conflict, corruption and deaths.)

    I’ve read the case against the Vatican (Bank). The Vatican claims immunity from lawsuits because they are a “sovereign state” (ie. a separate country) and you can’t get in there to run a trial because THEY WON’T LET YOU!

    Who knows what goes on behind those walls?

    In brief, the Nazis looted cash, securities, silver, gold, jewelry, business assets, art masterpieces, equipment, collectibles, religious items, livestock, and intellectual property etc. from Holocaust victims during WW11.

    At the end of the war, 10 trucks of the loot (valued at that time at around 50 million dollars) were driven into the Vatican. (The officers and trucks were disguised as British. Before reaching the Vatican, the British disguises were removed and the plates were changed to Vatican licence plates). The treasure was (illegally) certified as Roman Catholic property and therefore retained by the Vatican Bank.

    Despite tons of evidence, the Vatican insists it is immune from lawsuits.

    (Incidentally, in his 1996 autobiography “Salt of the Earth”, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (later Pope Benedict XVI) revealed that he was a member of Hitler Youth when he was 14 years old. Hitler was a Catholic.)

  14. @ T-bag.

    Further to my previous post about the Vatican being a sovereign state.

    Washington DC is also a sovereign state. Obama lives there, so perhaps that’s why he can’t be sued either! (Just a guess)

  15. let’s use the KISS method
    Mr Ragoza and his team are simply lies, and stupid
    Over their way to steal money, they could use a bullet to the head
    The rest of us need a beer, coffee, wine or tea
    they will face God one day ;)
    he’ll handle with em like every other bad person….. the thing they don’t realize is the word eternity………….. wonder wonder wonder……….
    sad thing is have a huge brother that would love to go and take him out :)
    nuff said

  16. T-bag (or is it Ted Molina?)

    You said:

    “I’m not saying you can’t win, but hire a better attorney otherwise you won’t win the case.

    *Jury is made up of 12 people
    *In Los Angeles you’re dealing with an area where the majority is the “minorities”. Blacks and Hispanics.
    *When it leaks that Levy is a Birther and denounces the Vatican, do you really think they are going to support a bald-headed, Jewish conspiracy theorist?

    Hard facts are hard to swallow. Good night yall!”

    Well guess what? Juries don’t care about skin color. They care about the economy being the way that it is. How big banks have stolen money from millions, how corporations have stolen money from the people and how white-collar crime is on the rise.

    So guess what Push Traffic and all other Raygoza businesses are? A front for white-collar crime. So in other words, you took advantage of people from all over the world in the worst time possible… Signed contracts or no contracts, what was done was illegal and immoral. You really think a signed contract will keep your asses from going to the slammer?

    The Raygoza gang is one of the worst examples of what being human is all about. Scamming others to indulge yourself in irrelevant things. Like expensive cars, cocaine and hookers. (yea I know the secrets, I worked for you guys for 2 days on 2009 before quitting do to Molina’s ethics). Ted Molina is just as much as a sociopath as his half brother John Raygoza. In my two days, I trained under Molina and found out that he has the intelligence of a high school dropout.

    Keep scamming people guys. Karma is a bitch.

    -A.T.

    1. @woah!, You nailed it in my opinion! Molina is the jerk who tried me on after I realized he and JR had scammed me and canceled. He even looks like a thug. Is he “as much a sociopath as his brother” or worse!?

      Whoever did their payment processing had a good thing going – no way they didn’t figure out what Push Traffic was doing, which definitely makes the Raygoza/Molina brothers “a front for white collar crime”.

      You have my thanks for your comments here – would love to have you “guest” a post on http://onlinelowblowsandsuckerpunches.wordpress.com/ Will you think about it?

      Ann

  17. I’m really sorry guys, for creating a lot of sock puppets and posting here trying to bully people. It’s usually when I’m high on coke that I do that. My apologies again. If I stay sober long enough I might grow a conscience and realize all the wrong I’ve done. Or I can rot in hell. Who knows…I’m almost out of coke, so there is hope.

  18. I am written about in the beginning of this page. I am disabled due to severe neck problems and was swindled by JP Raygoza. The man is a chronic liar, did or still does use boiler room tactics. He first had me contacted by Rob Arturo (spelling?), I was called night and day by JP Raygoza himself and promised that he would pay my credit card bills from his office and promised I would receive a check for $5000.00 within two weeks. I was told it was a joint venture with him personally, that if I didn’t make money he wouldn’t make money (which he would not let happen). Next thing I know I am given a coach, which changed to webinars, which were hard to ever get into because they would not inform me in time for the webinar. I got all this and no customer service for $18,000.00. The low life deserves to be put in jail (and hopefully be no influence on his daughter). I may be able to forgive him some day but I don’t know that he has any morals, or regrets for what he has done. I pray I have the strength to stop hating him and eventually have pity for his soul.
    Deb Proffer

    1. @Deb Proffer, Your story is heartbreaking. I truly hope that John Raygoza gets exactly what he deserves….and soon.

    2. @Deb Proffer ::

      Thanks for the comment Deb … that’s pretty incredible stuff.

      I wouldn’t waste too much mental energy trying to forgive this piece of garbage. It’s a good plan to let go of hate and rage :: for the sake of yourself. But he’s not deserving of your forgiveness or pity. His behaviors are sub-human … and he deserves NOTHING but scorn and punishment.

  19. What comes across from many of the comments is that, while Raygoza and his pals are definitely the main villains, almost as bad are the credit card companies who are facilitating Raygoza and co’s crimes by not allowing chargebacks, even when there is clear evidence of criminal behavior.

    And because these companies get a commission from all transactions, they are actually benefitting from the illegal actions of Raygoza and co.

    Their unwillingness to get to grips with this issue is in stark contrast to the speed Visa and Mastercard have moved (with encouragement from the US goverment) to shut down the ability of Wikileaks to take any donations – http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/09/world/09wiki.html?hp

    It’s clear that the suffering of people scammed by Raygoza is of no importance to the credit card companies.

  20. He got me for 30K+ too.
    When I got nothing in return, I canceled the payment and of course he threatened to sue.
    After meeting him,he was a real jerk. Now they’ve pulled the plug on his Jump Launch hosting and now I’ve lost it all.

    1. @Boston Blackie,
      On behalf of all victims, it is my privilege at this belated stage, to make this post.
      It is common knowledge to the plaintiffs, but so that the casually interested may know, Raygoza failed to show up to contest the suit, and was thus in default. So Raygoza forfeits the case. [September, 2011.]
      It has taken time: 2 years and 4 months in my case, longer for others, and squeezing money out of the racketeer still looks hard, but at least, our grievances made it to Court and we have the decision we were looking for.

  21. Court documents obtained today were filed by John Paul Raygoza’s UNPAID lawyers. The PDF documents may be accessed at http://www.pushtrafficswindle.com

    Raygoza’s lawyers are withdrawing because he hasn’t paid them, and they are unable to communicate with him adequately to build his defence.

    Funny how the complaint almost mirrors the reasons he’s being sued in the first place – no payments of amounts owed, (nice way of saying refusal to return fraudulently obtained funds), and refusal to communicate.

    Is this a stalling tactic, or just the sociopathic “god complex” again – Raygoza giving the rest of the world the finger.

  22. I think the little creep in LA let his true colors show, and has been arrested!! Hopefully he didn’t hurt anyone in the process.

  23. I GOT MY MONEY BACK! I also signed on which cost me roughly $8,500 and was told that this was the only money I would have to pay. After doing some research 3 months into the supposed program I came across these complaints. I got in contact with my lawyer who referred me to a company who got me my money back within about 2 months after them taking my case. The company did NOT charge me any upfront fees and did what they promised “FIAD Services” out of Pompano Beach FL their website is “fiadcs.com” the guy I worked with was Luke Daniels email “ldaniels@fiadservices.com” or phone 800-753-6724 ext. 222 all in all they were great gentleman/company to work with he was sometimes hard to get a hold of but he did what he promised nice to know there are still some honest people out there. They also added me to a list they are putting together to file a class action lawsuit against these thieves. THANK YOU! -Terri & George H

    1. @Terri Haskie ::

      I just had a nice little 30 min convo with “Luke Daniels” about the pluses and minuses of lying to The Salty Droid … hopefully he spends the weekend thinking about how hard he just fucked up … and gives me an answer that doesn’t sound like a shit taking a shit.

      Either that or SD vs. FIAD is coming up with alacrity.

      1. @SD, I know proper form is for me to add SD vs. FIAD to my list of demands for you to write about, but I wanted to get my vote in early if some day a softer, kinder fake-robot says for us that we ever get to vote on these things.

    2. @Terri Haskie,

      fiadcs.com is on IP 6,629,860 other of the websites just like all the pros-do…unlike scam sites like the SEOBook.com place that only can afford to put 1 site one dedicated IP

    3. @Terri Haskie, Does the “25 years of combined experience” mean about the new scam-recovery-recruiting posters coming through the door every day from the company going on it’s 4th month in fake-bizness?

      I want to find out more about who mr. Michael Cooper is there, because the name is sounding familiar to my ears.

    4. @Terri Haskie, btw, mr. FiadCardServices.com, probably you should go grab the registered trademark you claim you’ve registered on your site but which can’t seem to be found in USPTO as registered really at all.

    5. @Terri Haskie, I have the alternative to the FiadCardservics Unicorn-scam recovery system which will be fun for people to go about posting by the shilling fiad-posts all about the net…which is…

      …victims can go ahead and go direct to the court appointed receiver and go get their own remission form to get their money at:
      http://www.robbevans.com/html/contact.html

      see info here about

      http://www.robbevans.com/html/ivycapital.html

      Tada!

      Also I waive my fee for posting that link up there and also for posting this link about his handling receivership for iworks, which somebody once told us about here at SD site.

      Btw. I’ve decided to go ahead and waive my contingency fee for posting the link.

      1. @Jack, For context of above, FIAD sets up their recovery services right 2 weeks past 8/17/2011 date receiver gets auth-to-start-liquidation

        then starts posting about after 9/2/2011 corp date things like:

        “I Can Help You Get Your Against Ici,ivy, Fls, Etc
        Posted 10-01-2011 at 02:08 PM by fiadservices.com
        I have had many clients who have also been scammed by Fortune Learning Systems/ Ivy Capital / BDD/ Wholesale match which we have successfully recovered. PLEASE note we also recover any interest paid on the charge/s in question and there are NO UPFRONT FEE’S.”

        1. @Jack ::

          An almost identical version of Terri’s comment from elsewhere on the web today …

          I also hired these idiots but I GOT MY MONEY BACK! I was originally scammed by Global Fortune Network AZ for $8, 500 and was told that this was the only money I would have to pay. After doing some research 3 months into the supposed program I came across complaintsboard and found “businessrecoveryservices.net”. I bought the do it yourself recovery kit which was a waste of time, not to mention it cost me an additional $1, 200.00. Everything included in the kit is free information available online which i followed and have yet to hear anything back. FRUSTRATED I got in contact with my lawyer who referred me to a company who got me my money back within about 2 months after them taking my case. The company did NOT charge me any upfront fees and did what they promised “FIAD Services” out of Pompano Beach FL their website is “fiadcs.com” the guy I worked with was Luke Daniels email “ldaniels@fiadservices.com” or phone 800-753-6724 ext. 222 all in all they were great gentleman/company to work with he was sometimes hard to get a hold of but he did what he promised nice to know there are still some honest people out there. They also added me to a list they are putting together to file a class action lawsuit against Global Fortune Network, Phoenix, Arizona. THANK YOU! -Terri & George H

          http://www.reviewstalk.com/complaints-reviews/business-recovery-services-l7901.html

          When I asked “Luke” who his mommy was … he said Michael Cooper.

          Mr. Cooper was recently DBA “BCA Recovery LLC” … here’s their BBB F rating …

          http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/financial-services/bca-recovery-in-margate-fl-90041071

            1. @Jack, Wow, Looks like the guy is trolling for serious loot. Getting people to pay IN ADVANCE half of what “is recovered?” On their credit cards?? What a racket.

  24. I take it that this “i got my money back” is another Raygoza scam????? He has a million dollar plus judgment against him. Time to be humble, a bit!!!!

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  27. Did he ever get “busted” or made to pay up for all the crap that he made possibly thousands out of, and if so how much?

    Did anyone ever get funds returned/

    I got called by a “Jack Hill”, yet he sounded a little Hispanic when I spoke to him, and was talked into revealing a credit card number and then had access to the “webinars” for the coaching etc etc.

    I’ll check back to see if there is some advance on this.

    Burned for $7500

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