MLM Wireless Scam ProxyComm Founder John Peterson Launches Veep Mobile

MLM wireless scam, ProxyComm, founder John Peterson launches Veep Mobile, while claiming massive fraud perpetrated by ProxyComm distributors… Not once but twice. Then he comes on to our community and tells the world he is closing down ProxyComm, and locks out distributors, while still charging them autoship payments.

This act of fraud seems to have been approved by John Peterson and carried out by his brother Austin Peterson.

Here is what one former ProxyComm reps has to say about ProxyComm

If you are a ProxyComm distributor who has been charged for autoship of your useless viop service, and have found no support or method of turning off your autoship since you have been locked out of the back office, then you MUST contact three different legal agencies.

1. Attorney General of Georgia
PHONE: 404-651-8600
FAX: 404-651-9018
Fill out the consumer complaint form.

2. California Attorney General
Calafornia allows the consumer to file online or you can download the complaint forms.

3. Contact YOUR State Attorney General and file a compaint in your state.

ProxyComm listed two addresses California and Georgia. Both of these states HATE companies who pretend to be a legitimate MLM company, which in reality operates an illegal MLM Pyramid scheme.

Here some additional support documents you can download and attach with your complaint.

ProxyComm Legal Document
ProcyComm Acceptance Form
ProxyComm Presentation
ProxyComm Compensation

Living An Epic Adventure,

Troy Dooly

MLM Wireless War Update The Winners, Wounded and Dead MLM Mobile Companies

MLM Wireless War Update: The winners, wounded and the dead MLM mobile companies. Just think last year at this time few people were even focused on MLM Wireless Companies. Now we are seeing internationally respected magazines picking up the story and sharing the good, bad and ugly.

Well let’s take a look at the biggest to the smallest MLM Telecommunication Companies.

1. ACN – The World’s Largest Direct Seller of Telecommunication Services.

2. 5Linx – Leading the MLM VOIP Telecommunication industry by offering cutting edge technology.

3. Lightyear Wireless – Changing the way the world views wireless services.

4. GI Connect – Any Time, Anywhere, Any Place.

Those are the top four straight MLM Telecommunication companies. The bulk of their services focus on some form of traditional wireless or VOIP technology.

Now let’s take a look at the new legitimate MLM Wireless companies. In order not to upset the apple cart, I will list them in alphabetical order.

1. Financial Destinations – came on to the scene strong, but due to different cultures, they decided it would be in the best interest of their distributors to end their original strategic partnership, and move in a different direction. I am currently starting to beta test their new FDIVoice service and will do a series of articles after the test is complete.

2. TeleVerus – Seeing a change coming in MLM, TraVerus founder David Manning entered into the MLM Wireless war, with a strong balance sheet, and a vision to go all the way. However, due to the fact VOIP wireless is still very unstable, and causing a blemish on an otherwsie solid reputation, TeleVerus is halting the marketing of VOIP wireless until they have a solid product. We will be doing a three party series on TraVerus in January of 2010.

3. WOW Mobile – Liberty International founder Randy Jeffers saw an opportunity to fill a void and launched WOW Mobile. However, like David Manning, he quickly realized the VOIP technology is not ready for retail use just yet. He has teamed up with T-Mobile to offer a solid wireless service, and is halting the sales of VOIP cell phones until the technology is stable. I am beta testing technology with WOW to help create a solid platform.

Now let’s look at a couple of MLM Wireless Companies which we classify MLM Scams or MLM pyramids.

1. Global Mobile 1 – Global Verge launched Buzzirk Mobile telling the world they would be offering the first of its kind super Wireless Phone. Soon, they switched their story, and relaunched Global Mobile 1, and are offering discount cell service through distributors and retail outlets, competing with their distributors. They have continually changed their stories, and blame the field for their problems. This is the third time the owners have played this shell game.

2. ProxyComm – This company closed its doors after we went public with the fact they screwed their distributors, not once but twice. Their claim to fame was their unlimited VOIP service. The company founder stated he closed the company due to fraud. However, he and others on his corporate team claim to have long tenures in telecommunication and technology security. I fine it hard to believe a company who’s founders are experts could experience continued fraud. During the period of the purported fraud the founders launched a new company with no compensation plan.

Living An Epic Adventure,

Troy Dooly

ProxyComm Advanced Communication Services Is Not A MLM Distributor Friendly Company

ProxyComm aka ProxyComm Advanced Communication Services, LLC is not a MLM wireless company, that is distributor friendly, and may very well be operating as an MLM pyramid.

After receiving several emails and reading comments here at MLM Help Desk, we decided to review the company again.

We did not post earlier this year, because the company was very open and straightforward (or at least seemed to be), stating because of $1 million dollars in fraud charges on their VIOP wireless services, they were suspending commission payments and forming a new company.

They also stated ALL commissions owed would be paid. However, evidence seems to point to the fact this did not happen, and in the month of October they missed more commission payments.

John Peterson

I have personally reached out to the Co-Founder and CEO, John Peterson for some answers, before I come right out and state they are a MLM Scam.

However, I will say based on their current “Legal Document” which is a part of the ProxyComm distributor agreement, ProxyComm is not a MLM distributor friendly company, and does not meet the standards published by the Distributors Rights Associate.

There of questions I have to ask Mr. Peterson, and I have given him until Monday December 7, 2009 to respond to my phone message.

If I have not heard form him by then, I will be left with no choice but to publish all of our findings, and go on the premise ProxyComm fully understand what they are doing, and are purposely refusing to pay their distributors their rightfully earned commissions.

Living An Epic Adventure,

Troy Dooly