Beyond Buzz Review

BeyondBuzz (beyonzbuzz.com), a site from June 2017, claiming to have worked with Shark Thank, New Wave E-Bikes and The Coverre Cup is sadly enough a scam. Beyondbuzz never worked with any of the campaigns, and especially not with Shark Thank (let the tweet not fool you, it’s a fake). | Their “Since 2008” is false, as well as the location team information and “reviews” online. If you take a closer look, all reviews do not only source back to when their website came inline in 2017, but all of them are written by people who offer writing services and guest post services on platforms such as Fiverr and peopleperhour. Beyondbuzz was the site for a book, available on Amazon. The domain expired. Beyondbuzz ‘s master scammer bought it up. | Moreover, their “crowdfunding podcast” is nothing but a gig bought on Fiverr, pay a bit of attention to the audio file or try to verify anything they say in the on Fiverr.com recorded audio file). Pictures on their website, aka the “team” are all fake and stolen from the internet. | The beyondbuzz.com owner is a Russian guy, not a US or UK based company. He and his crew of two have been running and scamming people with toplevelpr, crowdfundclicks, smartboostsystem and many more. Beyond Buzz is their latest scam site. | And finally, the fake address used (7083 Hollywood Blvd) as well as fake review blog where also used by toplevelpr, smartboostsystem and several other sites. Look them up, the same scam and approach using medium articles written by fiverr writers and a video bought on Fiverr pretending to be a review of beyondbuzz. | They will charge a pre-payment to cover the ad cost (which they do not run) and a % of the campaign funds. You will pay them the prepayment but never get anything back in return. Their aim is, of course, the pre-payment. Not a single backer. Their other sites can be found in the article beyondbuzz review .

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Name: Beyond Buzz

Country: United States

State: California

City: Los Angeles

Address: 7083 Hollywood Blvd

Phone: (877) 353-5201

Website: beyondbuzz.com/

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