Ben Cannon of G-Pal, an apparent low-rent psychopath (who was recently arrested)for impersonating a police officer), is personally supervising a conspiracy to defraud conservatives, gun owners, and gun rights activists by pandering to them through an internet theft ring operating under the front of “G-Pal”. Basically, the way the scam works is that Ben pretends to run a Conservative’s, gun owner’s and gun rights activists’ alternative to Paypal called G-Pal, but instead collects money, and keeps most of it, ignoring all withdrawal attempts by clients, and only dishing out small amounts to randomly selected ones in an apparently bizarre strategy to keep his ponzi scheme going. The ring also maintains a fake “customer service” number which only leaves callers on hold with music, with no “customer service reps” ever coming on the line.
I have received dozens of communications from individuals and organizations who have been ripped off by G-Pal, and in advance of a lengthy investigative piece, given the dire nature of their daily theft, I am posting this emergency alert to to help prevent any more innocent Conservatives and gun owners/rights activists from being preyed upon by a con-man posing as one of them.
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