Brent Johns took a video I created for a company and claimed that his company produced it. There were three other videos in his portfolio that belonged to two individuals I now personally. That is just the start of it. After finding out that he took credit for my work, I started some investigative work on his website. His “President of North America”, Ryan Latchman, does not exist; nor does his “President of International”, Steven Chen. The pictures he used for these two people where istock photos! He claimed that the two people existed and that they were not istock photos. He removed the photos within an hour of confronting him on these lies. He claims that he has 52 offices. I contacted two individuals that had their company facebook profiles linked from his site to theirs. They never heard of him! He made it up, all of it. They were upset when I contacted them and gave out his cell number so he could remove the links. I encourage you to do a background check on his “education” as well. From his website: BA English University of Washington BS Psychology University of Washington MBA Boise State University BA Graphic Design Full Sail University BS Web Design & Development Full Sail University MS Media Design Full Sail University MS Internet Marketing Full Sail University A few of these checked out and a bunch did not, don’t waste your time like I did. His web development skills are below average and he uses other’s work in his resume.
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