This guy Lawrence Pargo, along with Chris Maxon, Steven Legorreta, Leah Larae Sager, and Stephanie May Johnson are sending out thousands of letters to random addresses advertising for Jet.com. CEO Marc Lore may think this is free advertising, though it’s completely against his/his companys benefit. Theyve created a business bank account known as “Jet.com Investments” and ask people to wire-transfer thousands of dollars to it, for “said to be” shares of Jet.com. They claim to offer free memberships for life when you buy the shares and even for a time put products to “purchase” early for “cheaper”. No, they steal all incoming money and will give you nothing in return. They are hurting the name of a real company and when people try to research Jet.com, they immidiately find that its a real company and great investment. Jet.com is owned by Marc Lore and has nothing to do with the criminals mentioned above. Do not pay any of these fake people with their fake websites. Luckily, JetInvest.com was pulled down but only becausr Lawrence Pargo is hiding from the government in his home at . Marc Lore, you need to get a legal department to shut down these scammers before they ruin your company. I absolutely love the real Jet.com, but now I can’t buy anything from it, and I can’t invest. That’s $45,000 from one person and I have a list of 6,400 more victims that i got whrn I cracked into the scammer’s website. .
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