BBB Warning of PDL Ventures –

Better Business Bureau- BBB is warning consumer of PDL Venture which operates several PayDayLoans outfits and websites          


Website Address:

  1. http://

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Business Name: PDL Ventures

  • High Country Loans
  • Impact Cash, LLC
  • PDL Technologies
  • Red River Ventures, LLC
  • Rocky Boy Technologies, LLC
  • Rocky Boy Ventures
  • Rockyboy Technologies
  • Business Address: PO Box 270
  • Box Elder, MT 59521
  • See the location on a Mapquest Map
  • See the location on a Google Map
  • Principal: Maranea, Account Services

Phone Number:
(866) 631-8201
(800) 707-0102
(866) 824-0893

BBB processed a total of 129 complaint(s) about this business in the last 36 months, our standard reporting period. Of the total 129 complaint(s) closed in the last 36 months, 110 were closed in the last 12 months.

These complaints concerned:

  • 81 regarding Billing or Collection Issues
  • 23 regarding Contract Disputes
  • 15 regarding Customer Services Issues
  • 5 regarding Refund Or Exchange Issues
  • 3 regarding Selling Practices
  • 2 regarding Service Issues

These complaints were closed as:

  • 3 Administratively Closed
  • 99 No Response
  • 25 Resolved
  • 1 Unpursuable
  • 1 Unresolved

The Business Bureau is warning consumer of [PayDayLoan]

BBB Rating
Based on BBB files, this business has a BBB Rating of F on a scale from A+ to F.

Reasons for this rating include:

  • 147 complaints filed against business
  • Failure to respond to 11 complaints filed against business.
  • 26 complaints filed against business that were not resolved.
  • BBB does not have sufficient information to determine how long this business has been operating.
  • BBB does not have sufficient background information on this business.
  • Click here for an explanation of BBB Ratings

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Business Contact and Profile

Name: 500 FastCash
Phone: (888) 919-6669
Fax: (800) 416-1619
Address: 515 G St. SE
Miami, OK 74354
Employees: 10
File Open Date: May 2007
Type of Business: Loans
BBB Accreditation: This company is not a BBB Accredited business.

One Click Cash –

Consumer Alert

This is an ALERT to avoid taking a loan with One Click Cash – The BBB have processed over 179 complaints against this outfit. consumer alert

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BBBBusiness Contact and Profile for OneClickCash

Name: OneClickCash
Phone: (800) 349-9418
Address: 52946 Hwy 12, #3
Niobrara, NE 68760
Principal: Compliance Department
Customer Contact: Compliance Department – (800) 349-9418 or
Email Address:
File Open Date: January 2006
Type of Business: Payday Loans

BBB Accreditation: OneClickCash is not a BBB Accredited business.

BBB Rating for OneClickCash            

Based on BBB files, OneClickCash has a BBB Rating of F on a scale from A+ to F.

Reasons for this rating include:

  • 179 complaints filed against business
  • Failure to respond to 13 complaints filed against business.
  • 29 complaints filed against business that were not resolved.
  • Overall complaint history with BBB.
  • Government action(s) against business.
  • BBB does not have sufficient information to determine how long this business has been operating.

BBB does not have sufficient background information on this business.

Spam – MobileKast –

Stolen Identity

from Doug Monahan –
to Akira Igaki –>
date Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 3:02 PM
subject Conference Call – Followup
hide details 3:02 PM (3 hours ago)
March 13, 2010

Akira Igaki
Japan Sun Oil ,Ltd
Trustee Kojimachi Bldg 4f
Chiyoda-Ku,Tokyo, 102-0083

Dear Akira:

I’m CEO and Founder of MobileKast. It’s been 90 days since I last wrote you. I’d like to get set up a telephone conference call to demonstrate our latest iPhone apps and how they could help drive sales, and decrease costs for your organization. We’ve been winning numerous awards with our iPhone augmented reality apps. Check it out at Our shot to #1 in the iPhone store. It’s at 600k downloads and counting. MacWorld gave it their Editors Choice Award with a 5 mice rating. I would appreciate it if you would forward my information to your staff.

My entrepreneurial foray was in 1992 with Sunset Direct, Inc. Sunset skyrocketed to #28 on the Inc. 500, driving over $2 billion a year through outsourced sales and marketing service programs. I led business development programs for Apple, AT&T, Canon, Dell, IBM, Intel, Google, HP, Lucent, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, Panasonic, Oracle, Samsung, Sony, Sprint, Toshiba and Yahoo to name a few.

We’re the world leader in mobile app development for the IPhone. We also develop and promote products for the BlackBerry, Android, Symbian and Windows portable platform. Below are a number of links to see our latest work. Attached is a personalized and customized PDF presentation created especially for you.I’ve asked my EA Julie Brown to give you a call to arrange a time to speak.


Doug Monahan
Chief Executive Officer & Founder
4500 Steiner Ranch Blvd, Suite 1106
Austin, Texas 78732

FBI 2009 Cybercrime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] in collaboration with the Internet Crime Complaint Center [] have again published it’s annual report that shows cybercrime continue to be on the increase. The Executive Summary is listed below and the complete Report can be read at Internet Crime Complaint Center website

Executive Summary

From January 1, 2009 through December 31, 2009, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) Web site received 336,655 complaint submissions. This was a 22.3% increase as compared to 2008 when 275,284 complaints were received. Of the 336,655 complaints submitted to IC3, 146,663 were referred to local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies around the country for further consideration. The vast majority of referred cases contained elements of fraud and involved a financial loss by the complainant. The total dollar loss from all referred cases was $559.7 million with a median dollar loss of $575. This is up from $264.6 million in total reported losses in 2008. Unreferred submissions generally involved complaints in which there was no documented harm or loss (e.g., a complainant received a fraudulent solicitation email but did not act upon it) or complaints where neither the complainant nor perpetrator resided within the United States (i.e., there was not an appropriate domestic law enforcement agency for direct referral).

Complaints received by IC3 cover many different fraud and non-fraud categories, including auction fraud, non-delivery of merchandise, credit card fraud, computer intrusions, spam/unsolicited email, and child pornography. All of these complaints are accessible to local, state, and federal law enforcement to support active investigations, trend analysis, and public outreach and awareness efforts.
On January 1, 2009, IC3 implemented a new complaint classification system based on a redesigned questionnaire that generates an automatic classification of the complaint into one of 79 offense-based categories. This redesign also resulted in a number of changes to the way the system gathers and classifies complaint data. Further information about these changes can be found in Appendix I of this report. Significant findings related to an analysis of the complaint data include:

  • Email scams that used the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) name (schemes in which the scammer pretended to be affiliated with the FBI in an effort to gain information from the target) represented 16.6% of all complaints submitted to IC3. Non-delivered merchandise and/or payment (in which either a seller did not ship the promised item or a buyer did not pay for an item) accounted for 11.9% of complaints. Advance fee fraud (a scam wherein the target is asked to give money upfront- often times- for some reward that never materializes) made up 9.8% of complaints. Identity theft and overpayment fraud (scams in which the target is given a fraudulent monetary instrument in excess of the agreed-upon amount for the transaction, and asked to send back the overpayment using a legitimate monetary instrument) round out the top five categories of all complaints submitted to IC3 during the year.
  • Of the top five categories of offenses reported to law enforcement during 2009, non-delivered merchandise and/or payment ranked 19.9%; identity thieft, 14.1%; credit card fraud, 10.4%; auction fraud, 10.3%; and computer fraud (destruction/damage/vandalism of property), 7.9%.
  • Of the complaints involving financial harm that were referred to law enforcement, the highest median dollar losses were • found among investment fraud ($3,200), overpayment fraud ($2,500), and advance fee fraud ($1,500) complainants.
  • In those complaints in which perpetrator information is provided, 76.6% were male and half resided in one of the following states: California, Florida, New York, the District of Columbia, Texas, and Washington. The majority of reported perpetrators (65.4%) were from the United States. A number of perpetrators were also in the United Kingdom, Nigeria, Canada, Malaysia, and Ghana.
  • Among complainants, 54% were male, nearly two-thirds were between the ages of 30 and 50, and a little over one-• third resided in one of the following states: California, Florida, Texas, or New York. The majority of complainants were from the United States (92%). However, IC3 received a number of complaints originating in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, India, and Puerto Rico.
  • Male complainants lost more money than female complainants (ratio of $1.51 lost per male to every $1.00 lost per female). Individuals 40-49 years of age reported, on average, higher amounts of loss than other age groups.
  • In addition to FBI scams, popular scam trends for 2009 included hitman scams, astrological reading frauds, economic scams, job site scams, and fake pop-up ads for antivirus software.

The 10 Most Common Complaints

  1. FBI Scam
  2. Non-Delivery Merchandise Payment
  3. Advance Fee Fraud
  4. Identity Theft
  5. Overpayment Fraud
  6. Miscellaneous Scam & Fraud
  7. Credit Card Fraud
  8. Auction
  9. Computer

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