Paul KnightAll scammers under one roof running FreedomBank
I talked with Paul Knight from Freedom Bank about their payment solutions. The services seemed fine, and the fees were also attractive.
However, how these guys pushed me to sign the agreement struck me. They called me every day to remind of their conversation and would ask me for a date to complete the formalities.
This was when I asked my team to thoroughly scrutinize the company and find out if anything fishy was available on the internet. Thankfully, I did that. Because I could find a lot of information that wasn’t nice. Instead, the company has a dark background.
The website of FreedomBank lists Cameron McKean as the CEO and Founder. And this guy is also linked to How to Pay Pvt Ltd. This company is old, however, has many complaints about its name.
Another person associated with Freedom Bank is Adam Clarke from MacroPay. According to his clients, Adam is responsible for losing his clients’ money. He lost thousands of dollars without any clue about returning it to his clients. Unsurprisingly, this guy is also a fraud.
This is not it. The website of the Freedom Bank is operated by How to Pay itself. They even share the same address. This is the height of fraud. These guys are all accountable for clients’ problems with the payment solutions they offer. Still, they are doing their business as if they are clean.
After collecting all those details about the company, I called Paul back to interrogate the truth behind those claims. I knew he would want to dodge those charges, which exactly happened. This further made me suspicious about the company.
Usually, companies offering payment solutions go through bugs and glitches in their system. This is not an unusual problem. However, the responsible ones take care of the issues at the earliest to resolve their clients’ problems. How to Pay and MacroPay, on the other hand, were sitting idle, doing nothing but blaming each other for the money disappearance.
Now they have come up with Freedom Bank to fraud more money from clients and stuff their bank accounts. This is outrageous. After I talked to Paul about the complaints listed online and their relationship with How to Pay, the marketing calls stopped. These guys knew I wouldn’t proceed with their offerings.
They did not even try to clean their name or offer me some clarifications that the charges held no ground. I am never going to work with these people. And I am writing this complaint to warn businesses planning to indulge in any agreement with this company. Everyone associated with this company is a con artist. All the big names you would find on the company’s website are related to several complaints.
I am surprised these guys have the nerve to do it all over again. I hope they get what they deserve.