Healthy Online Services Informative - What To Do Know
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA -- After reading a number of posts on this site, it is very apparent that Healthy Online Services is nothing more than a bunch of criminals perpetuating a scam on numerous innocent individuals..
This is the first this that must be done. Because the company is based in Scottsdale, AZ., a criminal complaint must be filed against them by everyone who they have tried to rip off. Now, this would not only include individuals that ever ordered anything from them.
If by somehow they got your personal information and then attempted to extort money from you, they committed a crime. If they contacted you by mail, they also committed mail fraud. 1 count for each time they mailed a letter to you. If they contacted you by e-mail, they committed computer fraud, again 1 count for each contact. If they obtained your name, by some means other than you giving it to them, they have committed identity theft. If the contact was because you signed up for a 14 day trial offer, which you canceled and they continued to charge you credit card, they committed credit card fraud. Each of these are criminal in nature and should be reported to the Scottsdale, AZ. police department 1-480-312-2800 (ask for dispatch).
Civil torts: If you received the "Extortion" Letters and they violated any portion of the FAIR DEBT COLLECTION ACT. You can sue them and be awarded for each violation of the act they committed. This would include contact at work, harassing contact, contact before 8AM and after 9PM (your time) and use of foul language or threats.
First step though is call the Police Agency who has jurisdiction (Scottsdale, AZ) and file the complaint. Don't let the PD tell you that it is not their jurisdiction, or that it is a civil matter. This is where the crime perpetuated from; therefore it is the proper jurisdiction. The criminal laws violated were listed above.
I'll be filing my complaint tonight as soon as I get their mailing address. I am also contacting my local FOX NEWS station to inquire if they would like to do a nationwide investigation concerning this issue.
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