I completely agree with the Dixon scam report written on this site. I was thinking of investing in Dixon Golf and started to research the company. I came across several disturbing reports so I looked into the company deeper. The company is ran by William Carey and Dane Platt who show up as the current owners. If you pull up Eyconic Marketing it’s shows Pace Jordan. If you google Pace Jordan there are many articles listing him as the owner of Dixon Golf and William Carey as the CEO. All this research led me to conclude that Dixon Golf did indeed own Eyconic Marketing which collected money for distributorships to sell their golf balls. The sold booklets of 30 sleeves of golf balls which they list as a $300 value for only $30. Sounds like a great deal until they stop bringing in money from new distributors to keep the book purchasers from complaining. Once this happened people stopped receiving the golf balls or they wouldn’t send them till you complain. This is called a Ponzi scheme. Dixon Golf thinks they can get away with it by passing the blame on other shell companies they own. There is always a paper trail and it only takes a little digging. I want to thank the author of the other complaint for saving be from being scammed by Dixon Golf. I will definitely not be investing in Dixon Golf and if everyone does their due diligence on Dixon Golf they will not have the money coming in to continue this Ponzi scheme. Shame on you Dixon Golf. .
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