Cameron Sharpe, the alleged pyramid-scheme founder of iJango (which is going to “multi-level Google”) was caught on tape espousing his plans and stepping out of a Maserati in a no-parking lane.
This exclusive footage was provided confidentially to WillVideoForFood. It turns out Cameron posted it to YouTube too, but just keep reading.
I was sent this clip by my brother’s friend, who trades energy using multi-level marketing (the guy loses more money in his coach pillows than I’ll make this year)… I thought he was endorsing iJingo.
- So I forced myself to watch it, puzzled by the smarmy, painful Amway-like feel to it.
- I was perplexed how Cameron could create a new search engine and use “friends and family” to pry people away from Google and Yahoo (even if it worked nearly as well, which it probably wouldn’t for at least 104 reasons).
- I was curious how, despite his well groomed hair and pressed suit, he’d develop a model to sell ads against the hundreds of search engines that have come and gone in even better economic times.
- Most of all, I couldn’t believe my brother’s Richie Rich friend was buying it.
- Turns out he sent the clip as a joke, even though I don’t think it’s a hoax… I think iJingo is for real.
In the next 1.5 hours, I became intrigued about how Cameron had retained some of the “finest attorneys in the world,” to confirm this iJingo idea had never been done before! Nobody had ever multi-level marketed Google… creating a one-stop shop for everything you do online, then used the selling power of friends and family to whore it.
Cameron’s attorneys also discovered nobody’s ever shoved a Canon Inkjet up their butt, up their anal canal and out through their mouth. They were very thorough attorneys.
Now iJango isn’t exactly a public website, and this was the only iJango news story I could find. I guess you have to go to a personalized iJango one like this: http://ijango.biz/default.aspx?refid=2002931. Found that URL from this lady used to be pitching Global Resorts, but has now tasted the iJango juice.
I’m thinking she’s moving to selling “Bags ‘O Glass” via kindergarten teachers when she realizes iJango only has 19 uniques per month.
ClickSniper had already unearthed the iJango scam… snagging the coveted #1 ranking for a Google search of iJango. Then again- clearly Google is manipulating the iJango results because it’s deeply threatened. I can’t believe Google is letting iJango use YouTube to unleash this beast. Here’s what ClickSniper reports:
Cameron Barrett Sharpe aka Barrett Stone started up a dating scam called Ultimate Singles in 2000 with another criminal named Jason Breakey. This company was responsible for all the street sign spam you may have seen in your city at one time or another. If you Google the company, or either of their names with the word scam; you’ll see lots of results on various complaint sites. Here is just one example I found of Cameron Sharpe on Complaints.com, that details exactly how the scam worked.
But before you decide Cameron is a scam artist, here’s his side of the story. Not that I read it all, as I’d already undergone 7 horrific minutes of him. I did notice he turned his life around, as a “a recovered alcoholic and cocaine addict” (his own words). I imagine he was a successful dealer too, given that car and suit. Friends, they don’t make statues out of skeptics.
“It’s a one-stop shop for everything,” said Cameron to a crowd of former Walmart greeters.
Damn what I’d pay to be hiding in one of those iJango recruiting session with a hidden camera and one of those fake dollars attached to a retractable fishing line. In fact, if you want to make quick money, forget iJingo. Try this puppy out.