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Jul 10th 2008 5:40PM You should read the comments from Steve Verona's brother, Bruce. Don't know if it's really his brother, but if it is, it's 100% validation that MyGallons is NOT to be trusted. Look toward the end of the thread.
Jul 5th 2008 3:20PM Well well well. Seems Mr. Verona is running MyGallons out of a "virtual" office rented from Regus. He may not even physically be at the address listed by the BBB and in his client agreement. Appears that 1221 Brickell Ave, Suite 900 in Maimi is a Regus location renting 'virtuall' offices for a whopping $250/month. Tsk Tsk Tsk. Shame on you Steven.
Jul 4th 2008 12:21PM The owner, Steven Verona, has filed for bankruptcy in 2001, has no history of risk management, and basically misled subscribers. Several details on his website have changed over the past few days. His company ahs been rated an "F" already by the BBB. Read the attached link:
Jul 3rd 2008 11:25PM Here's a link to the Better Business Bureaus report on MyGallons. A rating of "F". Loosely translated, that means do not give them your money"
Jul 3rd 2008 5:23PM Funny, I contacted US Bank Voyager, the company MyGallons is allegedly using as the card provider. They said they have NO business relationship with the customer. Upon further investigation, the founder, Steven Verona, says he is still trying to find a suitable provider, and if he doesn't find one, he will return everyone's membership fees.. Right. This smells of fraud.
Here is a link to the MSNBC article outing the fraud website:
I highly recommend you do your own search on the founder, Steven Verona, and you will see there is not much substance behind the glitzy website.