Are You A Victim of InComm Fraud and Negligence?

By on June 26, 2016

I was the victim of both via internal embezzlement through PayPal My Cash cards and incompetent to obstructionist investigation by the Skeet Rolling InComm investigation team. I lost $1500, was wrongly blamed for the loss, and after finding thousands of dollars in more victims and notifying InComm of their internal problems – was continually blamed. You can see the problems I discovered and my proof of them here: Skeet Rolling and InComm Complacent with Fraud

If you have also been wronged via this product or others from this company, feel free to get in contact with me and tell me your story. Click the title of this blog post to open it and get to the comment section.


4 comments on “Are You A Victim of InComm Fraud and Negligence?

  1. You have compiled a compelling story. From my experience, the cases which get resolved are the ones where the victim(s) go to the media. See most recent instance here:

    http://elliott.org/problem-solved/target-wont-return-gift-card-credit-decision-final-can-help/

    While this was a retailer-specific incident, it still has relevance because the investigatory process would be similar obviously. I would recommend to you a similar tact. In fact, one of the most prolific consumer protection experts and a nationally syndicated media host, Clark Howard, is based in Atlanta. I think he would be interested in your story and the facts you have unearthed.

    https://www.clark.com/

    1. i contacted lots of agencies and lots of news organizations actually, had some mild interest from a small subset but no one ever picked it up to run with it. i’m 99% sure i did send the story to clark. being unable to get some others to pick up the story and make it bigger is one of the reasons i decided to make this site.

    1. i have several CFPB complaints towards incomm as well as some carriers of the product, these are sent to the corporate headquarters and coming from the CFPB, will indeed get you some kind of response from the company. however the response from incomm was basically not addressing any specific point i made and them saying there was no merit to the accusations. the CFPB itself lacks the teeth to do much unless there is a monumental amount of fraud and complaints received (think wells fargo) – else even if i can prove these broken things, they won’t do anything (oh one guy? few grand? meh.) the class action lawyers i had would have been able to subpoena data out, i believe, which would have been interesting because incomm’s entire fraud model is built towards creating false positives. unless someone who had their money taken specifically volunteers that the money was taken however, there is no proof that the victim actually assisted the fraud. a flawed assumption the entire model is built around is that any paypal account associated with VAF means all unauthorized transactions to it were also VAF, logically flawed in the case of a 3rd party liquidating the actual PPMC card.

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