Mike Zammuto and the liars over at Brand.com have scammed me for thousands of dollars. Mike Zammuto is running an online ponzi scheme. I have solid proof from a friend of mine who once worked for Brand.com He told me hands on that Mike Zammuto allows his employees to rig Google’s crawler which in turn manipulates the search bar so that your online reputatuion actually becomes worse. For instance if you call Brand.com and tell them your problem the first thing they will do is ask your name. “”Do Not Give It To Them!!!”” After they elvauate your situation they will give you a very expensive retainer fee and promise you a clear Google history. They claim they are better than Brandyourself.com and they absoultely despise the good people at Reputation.com Mike Zammuto allows his wolves aka (metphor for employees) at Brand.com to stalk you after your initial conversation. They are relentless and they will NEVER let up. Brand.com and Mike Zammuto are playing manipulative dirty tricks with their ORM and SEO techniques. If you refuse to sign with them they will manipulate the “”Auto Suggest”” tab in google and falsify negative information which in turn will make your online pressence even worse. Be aware of Mike Zammuto. Zammuto is a scammer among scammers. He will take your money and use it to furnish his 7 bedroom house in Pennsylvania, he is known for paying prostitues and he also has a rediculous problem with drugs. Brand.com is a SCAM .
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