August 23, 2015
Uncategorized Asheville, Austin Lead Management, Bradenton, Canada, Chip Austin, crook, deadbeat, Florida, fraud, Hal Austin, Jacksonville, Mission Hospital, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania Leave a comment
August 18, 2015
Another scam he has run ripping people off. Complaint found at http://www.consumermotion.com/product/loan-mod-calls-p161736.html
Loan Mod Calls
Phone number: 904-629-8460
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|Scammed by Loan Mod Calls August 12, 2009
Didn’t provide service and won’t refund money
This complaint is directed towards Virtual Lending’s division “Loan Mod Calls” http://www.loanmodcalls.com for not providing service invoiced to me. I contacted Hal Austin, Senior VP of Sales to purchase live transfer leads. I have the invoice stating 3 inbound live call transfers per day for a total of 17 transfers for $500. I was instructed to go to their bank (US Bank) to deposit the $500 into their account # 153461914530 and routing # 122235821. The deposit slip I have for proof of deposit is dated 07/27/2009. Services were to begin on Monday, July 27th. For that whole week I only received ONE live transfer which is not what we agreed on. During that week, I had kept in contact with Hal through phone and email to resolve the issue, he told me he would talk to Jack his floor manager about making sure I got my leads. On Wednesday, July 29th, I spoke to Hal again about not getting any transfer leads and he said that he was finishing up two forensic audits for customers that would need to modify their mortgages. He said that if I didn’t get them that day, I would get them by the next morning. Another broken promise, I received nothing. By Monday, August 3rd, my boss and I called Hal on the phone to ask for my refund. He was talking again about his call center issues and pretended that he didn’t know I had only received the one transfer (which I think was fake, but can’t prove it)in the last week’s time and when I confronted him with the fact that I had been in contact with him all week and that he did know, he got defensive and said he was wasting his time and losing money dealing with me. Told us to email him my address so he could mail me my refund. It’s been over a week since I requested the refund. I emailed him asking when to expect the refund, but have not heard back from him. Hal Austin did not provide the live transfer leads I paid to his company. He understood that if the leads worked out for me, that my whole company would be on board which would mean more business for his company. I find it baffling that he would risk the potential business loss over my $500, but I guess a scammer will take what he can get. Hal Austin if you are reading this, shame on you! I’m a single mom with no money but decided to invest in my business so I can grow, but you took advantage of me. The California Attorney General and FTC are next on my list of consumer protection agencies to file complaints against you and your company. I have filed with the BBB. Karma is a b#tch.
August 17, 2015
Uncategorized Asheville, Austin Lead Management, Bradenton, Canada, Chip Austin, deadbeat dad, Florida, Hal Austin, Jacksonville, Mission Hospital, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, St. Augustine, St. John's County, thief Leave a comment
August 7, 2015
There is a writ of bodily attachment issued in Duval county, Florida, and a warrant for his arrest issued from St. Johns county Florida. If you’ve seen this person please alert authorities immediately, or send a private message to this blog. Your reward will be to make one little boy very happy to receive the support he needs. Apparently this deadbeat needs to experience the long arm of the law to comply with an order. All information received will be kept confidential. Your support order with HAL AUSTIN has a past-due total amount of $46,212.97 as of today
July 26, 2015
7 Signs You Might Be Dating A Psychopath
About a decade ago, I became involved with a guy I jokingly referred to as “a Romantrix.” Don’t bother Googling that term. I made it up to describe someone who dominates you so much with hot pursuit, that romance is inevitable.
This particular Romantrix inundated me with love letters, flowers, candle-lit dinners, and continuous promises to love me forever. Unfortunately in his mind “forever” meant seven months.
I eventually discovered he was cheating. He was more than a two-timer. He was a three- and four-timer. So all that intense pleasure from the beginning of our relationship quickly led to lots of pain. Shortly after our break-up, I discovered a fascinating article in the New York Times about the psychology of evil.
The article highlighted what it called “The Psychopath Checklist,” a helpful list that criminal psychiatrists use to test the potential of someone being a hardcore psychopath, capable of committing repeated evil and violent crimes.
Guess which traits evil psychopaths share?
- Extreme charisma
- Need to always be doing something
- Feelings of high self-worth
- Pathological lying
- Proneness to boredom
- Emotional unavailability
To my amusement, all these adjectives were also very appropriate to describe my Romantrix — an adorably charismatic, fun, active, confident guy — who turned out to be a total Prince Harming.
One of the top traits to look for in a partner is an appealingly strong character. Think about it. Charles Manson, Stalin, and Mussolini were all considered passionate, charismatic, attractive, and intelligent back in their day. But just because they had that popular wish list of qualities, doesn’t mean they would have made good partners.
Seeking strong character always matters far more than personality, because character will determine how someone behaves — and/or misbehaves! Personality is the tip of the iceberg of who someone shows themselves to be. Character is the true foundation.
A relationship is only as strong as how you handle challenging times. Yourrelationship will always suffer if either you or your partner displays poor character during conflicts, disappointments, stress, crisis, temptation, sadness, monetary challenges, illness, misunderstandings etc.
For this reason, I believe that instead of looking for that popular wish list of qualities (sexy, funny, successful, smart etc) you should be seeking a “wish feeling.”
And the number one feeling you should seek is the feeling of safety. (In my book, it’s even more important than love!) Without safety, you’ll never feel true love, because you’ll never feel comfy being vulnerable enough to reveal your true self – thereby experiencing true intimacy.
Without strong character values, the challenges you face as a couple will steamroll your relationship. However, if you embrace strong character values (honesty, empathy, good communication and a devotion to self development), then during tough times you’ll be open to discussing problems, listening with an open mind, empathizing with an open heart, talking honestly, and evolving — so as to make sure problems don’t keep repeating.
A person with strong character is also able to see how a relationship is not just there as a “den of pleasure.” A relationship actually serves a secondary function.
The Two Functions Of A Relationship:
1. Den of pleasure — for fun, companionship, sex,laughter, etc
2. Laboratory for growth — the ultimate place of challenge for each of your souls (core selves) to be inspired and supported to stretch, grow, evolve!
Unfortunately, many people only view a relationship solely as a place to experience that “den of pleasure,” leaving out the soul-ly aspects of a relationship: lab for growth.
If you’re not able to view a relationship as serving both of these two functions, when problems arise, you’ll think: Hey this is no longer a fun den of pleasure, I’m outta here!
But if you each understand how a relationship serves this double function, then when challenges arise you’ll understand that sometimes you have to leave the den of pleasure to head into that laboratory for growth, and that’s A-OK!
In fact, that’s even awesome! Why? Because one of the most important things we should all do is live a life with a passionate commitment to self development! We should always be open to stretching and growing into our best selves!
To be clear: You shouldn’t want a relationship where you each try to change who you are. And you shouldn’t want a relationship where you keep disrespecting who the other person is.
Instead, strive for a relationship in which you support each other in evolving into your truest and best selves, where you deal with challenges as an opportunity for growth! And it’s always “strong character muscles” (and not tight buns or thick wallets) that will help you to achieve this esteemed mission!
July 9, 2015
Uncategorized Asheville, Austin, Austin Lead Management, Bradenton, Chip, Chip Austin, credit analyst, crook, deadbeat, deadbeat dad, drama, Florida, fraud, Hal, Hal Austin, Jacksonville, justice, mortgage, North Carolina, scam, St. Augustine, St. John's County Leave a comment
There is a writ of bodily attachment issued in Duval county, Florida, and a warrant for his arrest issued from St. Johns county Florida. If you’ve seen this person please alert authorities immediately, or send a private message to this blog.
March 28, 2015
Uncategorized Ashville, Austin Lead Management, Bradenton, Chip Austin, crook, deadbeat dad, Florida, fraud, Hal Austin, Jacksonville, justice, liar, mortgage, North Carolina, Salisbury Leave a comment
Time waits for no one
I feel the walls are closing in
My mind spins like helicopter blades
I never thought i’d be here now
The warning signs were so unclear
The ricochets of busted dreams
~lyrics by Bush