What do u think bout Paul Orberson.

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Brownsville, TN

#1 Jan 29, 2009
I think he is a low life piece of shit...
whatever

Elizabethtown, KY

#2 Feb 1, 2009
nice try susan.
johnboy

Elizabethtown, KY

#3 Feb 1, 2009
you mean skanky susan
whatever

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Feb 1, 2009
johnboy wrote:
you mean skanky susan
exactly! i stand corrected!
johnboy

Elizabethtown, KY

#5 Feb 1, 2009
man told me he stuck that ass with a strait pin an still didnt get a reaction nasty piece a ass

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#6 Mar 22, 2011
Paul Orberson is a major crook...similar to Bernie Maddoff.

FTC Steps Up Efforts Against Scams That Target Financially-Strapped Consumers - More Than 90 Actions Brought By Commission and Its Law Enforcement Partners including Paul Orberson's FHTM
Attorney General Roy Cooper today joined state attorneys general from across the country and the Federal Trade Commission to announce a national sweep targeting business opportunity scams, including actions against four companies that have targeted North Carolina consumers.

“When jobs are scarce, claims to help people make money fast become plentiful,” Cooper said.“Consumers think they’re buying into a great way to earn a living, but they could end up paying far more than they’ll ever make.”

Operation Empty Promises is a national sweep by the FTC, Cooper and other state attorneys general aimed at stopping business opportunity scams and educating consumers about how to avoid them.
Announced as part of the sweep are actions taken by Cooper’s Consumer Protection Division against four companies including Fortune Hi Tech Marketing who claims that people who buy into its business earn thousands of dollars a year. Based on consumer complaints, Cooper’s office launched an investigation into FHTM in mid 2010. Consumers say they paid money to the company but were only able to make money by recruiting others into the scheme, not by selling any actual goods or services. A total of 25 consumers have now complained about FHTM, and Cooper’s office is investigating the company. Although this case is currently under investigation, it’s important for consumers to know that a pyramid scheme is a violation of the law and is defined as any plan in which a participant pays money for the chance to receive money upon the introduction of new participants into the program.
“We’re looking closely at business opportunities that seem to offer false hopes, and also reaching out to educate consumers on how to recognize and avoid fraud,” Cooper said.

Later this month, Cooper’s office plans to launch a tool kit to educate consumers on fake business opportunities which will include print, web and video materials. The goal is to prevent North Carolina consumers from losing their hard-earned money to scammers trying to take advantage of a tough employment market.
“Don’t let scammers use empty promises of jobs with high earnings to take your money,” Cooper warned consumers.“Before you agree to invest in any business, check it out thoroughly and always be skeptical of claims of guaranteed profits.”

Cooper has taken action against a number of other kinds of scams fueled by hard times. For example, his Consumer Protection Division has won 13 cases against foreclosure assistance and loan modification scams in the past five years, including two so far in 2011.The Federal Trade Commission today stepped up its ongoing campaign against scammers who falsely promise guaranteed jobs and opportunities to “be your own boss” to consumers who are struggling with unemployment and diminished incomes as a consequence of the economic downturn.

“Operation Empty Promises,” a multi-agency law enforcement initiative today announced more than 90 enforcement actions, including three new FTC cases and developments in seven other matters, 48 criminal actions by the Department of Justice (many of which involved the assistance of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service), seven additional civil actions by the Postal Inspection Service, and 28 actions by state law enforcement agencies in Alaska, California, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington, and the District of Columbia.
research first

Elizabethtown, KY

#7 Mar 22, 2011
that's not the same paul orberson dumbass. stick to your own local topix!

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#8 Mar 29, 2011
Is it the same Paul Orberson that is running for Kentucky Governor?

This blog is awesome.

http://www.sequenceinc.com/fraudfiles/2011/03...
lmao

Gradyville, KY

#9 Mar 29, 2011
no dumbass the only running this one is doing maybe is from the law lol we are in redneckville here, take your big political junk somewhere else we are here to gossip!

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#10 Apr 8, 2011
Everyone in Kentucky is a redneck!

Courtesy of Corporate Frauds Watch:
In 'MLM business opportunity' frauds, direct association with trusted brands has been a lie by Shyam

No one now seriously disputes that deluded, core-'MLM' adherents look at 'MLM business opportunity' frauds only in two dimensions,'positive' and 'negative.' A growing mountain of quantifiable evidence proves that vast numbers of ill-informed people have been deceived into entering this style of camouflaged totalitarian cult, then, on the pretext that 'the duplication of a step-by-step positive plan will lead to success,' they have been intellectually-castrated (without their fully-informed consent) so that their minds will only accept what their leaders have arbitrarily defined as 'positive,' and to exclude what these same charlatans have arbitrarily defined as 'negative.' When seen only in the fake 'positive' context of:'Business','Independence',' Financial Freedom','Direct Selling','Low Risk','Income Opportunity', etc.'MLM business opportunity' frauds can appear to be authentic. This dangerous inversion of reality has been further confirmed by (apparently independent): celebrity endorsements, glossy-advertizing,'Direct Selling Associations', etc.; all of which form a pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity, because all these artificially-created, fake 'positive' contexts have actually been financed by the profits of fraud in order to continue to perpetrate the same fraud. It is only when you take 'MLM business opportunity' frauds out of their artificially-created, fake 'positive' contexts, that their true, predatory nature becomes immediately obvious.
One of the most-deceptive, fake 'positive' contexts in which 'MLM business opportunity' frauds have been presented is there apparent direct association with trusted brands. Currently, in the USA, the millionaire racketeers behind the 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing' lie are being challenged in court for having pretended direct association with some of America's most famous companies: including: General Electric, DuPont, Time, Verizon Wireless and AT&T, Travelocity, Peter Lamas and BSP Rewards Mall. For, according to documents presented in court, none of these companies has ever had a direct association with 'FHTM.' Furthermore, the officers of all these companies were actually unaware that their valuable brand-names and trademarks were being used by racketeers to commit fraud. The only connection that the 'FHTM' fake has had with all these authentic companies is that 'FHTM' has been a corporate customer of their products and services. Yet again, the use of this devious technique of psychological persuasion has been copied from the original 'MLM business opportunity' fraud,'Amway.'
According to an 'FHTM' whistleblower, Joseph Isaacs:'When these companies find out that their trademarks, names, logos and reputations are being used by FHTM in order to aide FHTM in proving its legitimacy they will issue a cease and desist order, insist on actions to stop or not allow FHTM to market their products'. Indeed, currently every one of the companies listed above has either issued a cease and desist order against 'FHTM,' or no longer allows itself to be aligned with 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing.'
Again, according to Joseph Isaacs,'FHTM leaders would systematically tell prospects during presentations that FHTM must be legal, because no iconic Fortune 100 company would affiliate with a scam' and that 'all of these major companies had sent their CEO’s and legal teams to meet with FHTM founder, Paul Orberson, to evaluate his MLM company.' Self-evidently these scripted-lies were part of an overall pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity.
David Brear (copyright 2011)
we dont care

Elizabethtown, KY

#11 Apr 9, 2011
too long; didn't read. we don't give a f*ck about the paul orberson you're talking about so quit posting here
captain redneck

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Apr 9, 2011
frankly scarlet we dont give a dang about you
fhtmclassaction wrote:
Everyone in Kentucky is a redneck!
Courtesy of Corporate Frauds Watch:
In 'MLM business opportunity' frauds, direct association with trusted brands has been a lie by Shyam
No one now seriously disputes that deluded, core-'MLM' adherents look at 'MLM business opportunity' frauds only in two dimensions,'positive' and 'negative.' A growing mountain of quantifiable evidence proves that vast numbers of ill-informed people have been deceived into entering this style of camouflaged totalitarian cult, then, on the pretext that 'the duplication of a step-by-step positive plan will lead to success,' they have been intellectually-castrated (without their fully-informed consent) so that their minds will only accept what their leaders have arbitrarily defined as 'positive,' and to exclude what these same charlatans have arbitrarily defined as 'negative.' When seen only in the fake 'positive' context of:'Business','Independence',' Financial Freedom','Direct Selling','Low Risk','Income Opportunity', etc.'MLM business opportunity' frauds can appear to be authentic. This dangerous inversion of reality has been further confirmed by (apparently independent): celebrity endorsements, glossy-advertizing,'Direct Selling Associations', etc.; all of which form a pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity, because all these artificially-created, fake 'positive' contexts have actually been financed by the profits of fraud in order to continue to perpetrate the same fraud. It is only when you take 'MLM business opportunity' frauds out of their artificially-created, fake 'positive' contexts, that their true, predatory nature becomes immediately obvious.
One of the most-deceptive, fake 'positive' contexts in which 'MLM business opportunity' frauds have been presented is there apparent direct association with trusted brands. Currently, in the USA, the millionaire racketeers behind the 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing' lie are being challenged in court for having pretended direct association with some of America's most famous companies: including: General Electric, DuPont, Time, Verizon Wireless and AT&T, Travelocity, Peter Lamas and BSP Rewards Mall. For, according to documents presented in court, none of these companies has ever had a direct association with 'FHTM.' Furthermore, the officers of all these companies were actually unaware that their valuable brand-names and trademarks were being used by racketeers to commit fraud. The only connection that the 'FHTM' fake has had with all these authentic companies is that 'FHTM' has been a corporate customer of their products and services. Yet again, the use of this devious technique of psychological persuasion has been copied from the original 'MLM business opportunity' fraud,'Amway.'
According to an 'FHTM' whistleblower, Joseph Isaacs:'When these companies find out that their trademarks, names, logos and reputations are being used by FHTM in order to aide FHTM in proving its legitimacy they will issue a cease and desist order, insist on actions to stop or not allow FHTM to market their products'. Indeed, currently every one of the companies listed above has either issued a cease and desist order against 'FHTM,' or no longer allows itself to be aligned with 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing.'
Again, according to Joseph Isaacs,'FHTM leaders would systematically tell prospects during presentations that FHTM must be legal, because no iconic Fortune 100 company would affiliate with a scam' and that 'all of these major companies had sent their CEO’s and legal teams to meet with FHTM founder, Paul Orberson, to evaluate his MLM company.' Self-evidently these scripted-lies were part of an overall pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity.
David Brear (copyright 2011)
sham_wow

San Jose, CA

#14 Nov 16, 2012
What ever happened to the sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Paul Orberson and the other leaders in 2010? Its been very quiet about that.
research

Campbellsville, KY

#15 Nov 18, 2012
sham_wow wrote:
What ever happened to the sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Paul Orberson and the other leaders in 2010? Its been very quiet about that.
For the millionth time: wrong person, wrong place! Are you really that dense?

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