Crossfire Newspaper Group/Jones Boys LLC Scam

It’s astonishing that newspapers like the CARROLL COUNTY TIMES, Washington Times, Altanta Journal Constitution, Contra Costa Times, Burlington County Times, Pioneer Press, Desert Dispatch and all the others allow this operation to represent their newspapers by bullying, harassing and putting their credit card information at risk.THESE NEWSPAPERS THAT USE THIS OPERATION MUST ORDER A CEASE AND DESIST ORDER BEFORE MORE SUBSCRIBER’S CREDIT CARD INFO IS COMPROMISEDThe people that work at this Vegas boiler room operation are getting the subscriber’s credit card info and writing it down. This is a typical boiler room operation filled with desperate people that are gambling, drinking all their money away. Why is it the management Evelyn Bruns and her brother Norm let the thelemarketers getb the credit card info?Would the subscribers that are called and harassed by this people feel comfortable knowing that their card info is falling into the hands of telemarketers in a Vegas boiler room?Read a few of the other complsints posted about this Las Vegas operation is repeatedly calling people registered on the FEDRAL DO NOT CALL LIST AND IGNORING THE REQUESTS OF THOUSANDS OF OTHERS THAT HAVE SAID NO AND DO NOT WANT TO BE CALLED AGAIN.AREN’T THERE ENOUGH PEOPLE OUT OF WORK AND LOOKING FOR A JOB LOCALLY? WHY DOES THE BURLINGTON COUNTY NEWSPAPER HAVE TO HAVE A MISLEADING, RUDE BOILER ROOM OPERATION IN OPERATION IN LAS VEGAS?Who is liable for this harassment? THE Carroll County Times, Burlington County Times? Crossfire Newspaper Group/Jones Boys? If I were the Burlington County Times Newspaper I would be very very concerned about an impendeing CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT being filed by the thousands that are being harassed by their contracted company Crossfire Newspaper Group/Jones Boys in Las Vegas.

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