iJango.com Scam Caught on Tape: Founder Cameron Sharpe Has Criminal Record

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.

Here’s a video of the big LIVE DEBUT EVENT of the money-making machine we call iJango.

“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.

dollar fish line prank

14 Replies to “iJango.com Scam Caught on Tape: Founder Cameron Sharpe Has Criminal Record”

  1. Well, actually, there WAS this guy in West Hollywood who shoved a Canon Inkjet up his butt, but he wasn’t trying to ram the thing up and out through his mouth. He was just stealing it from his employer, the Best Western on Santa Monica Blvd.

  2. When I was in my 20s I worked for the Texas prison system and got to read all kinds of prisoner files, including disciplinary reports. The funniest one I ever read was where a guy got the lid from a bottle of deoderant stuck up his ass because he said his cellie was trying to help him push his hemorrhoids back into his rectum.

    I may have already told this story. If so, I don’t care. I’ll be telling that story on my deathbed it cracks me up so much.

  3. I just came across this blog. Hahaha…. iJango launches today at 4pm CST and you will be an embarrassment to all of your friends and family because of this blog you wrote (if any of them ever read it or even care what you write).

    How sad a person must be to dwell on trying to put other people down.

    What a very sad life you must lead.

  4. Wow, did you drink the kool-aid.
    I attended the Las Vegas Launch Party at the Encore. I was approached by Mr. Sharp. Very nice guy, but he was very thin, and seemed to be wiping his nose a lot, and his eyes were a little out of whack. I am not going to judge him on his past drug use, but I felt it was not in his past.
    Now on to the presentation. Steve Smith opened the event by telling you that they have the best legal staff on the planet, I think he said they now have over 4 lawyers on staff. (That should scare anyone, why would you need so many lawyers) Steve went on to say that now, his son, with no real experience, is now the CEO of the company. (That makes you feel so safe in this investment).
    Mr. Sharp took the stage crying, telling everyone that he was so proud that so many people who could not afford this trip to Vegas, came. It was very moving. He introduced the guy behind the software which is IJango. Me told everyone that he with 3 other programmers have made an amazing product. (Wow they have more lawyers then they have programmers for a software company. I wonder if Google has 15,000 lawyers)
    They then jump into showing you iJango. It is clearly iGoogle, but now it is green and has iJango at the top. No other changes, but now they have removed the Google, Yahoo and other names from the top. They want to show everyone how you make money, so they go to Hulu, and want to show you a movie. The movie begins to play and it opens with a commercial. The commercial is Vaseline. I thought Mr. Sharp was going to fall off the stage. Wow, how right on was that presentation. It was clear that was not the commercial they wanted everyone to see. (But if you are going to get screwed, you better have some around), then the clip that was shown of the movie was about a drug addict. Again, wow.
    But, not the kicker, I wanted to know how this thing was going to make money. And very quickly, and lines written by the attorneys, Mr. Sharp stated, “if you direct everyone to your iJango personnel page, and they then click on Hulu, then BAM you make money” You will all be making money by every click.
    He said it so fast, then focused everyone on the making money part, that no really heard what he said. People have to go to your personnel iJango page. NO ONE WILL EVER DO THIS, NO ONE. You are kidding yourself to think that people will want to see your personnel iJango page, and then use it to go to sites that you want them to go to.
    I looked around the room, and wanted to stand up and scream, run people run, don’t drink the kool-aid, but it was clear that everyone was wrapped up in the hype, that they were not thinking. It was very sad.
    There is a chance that the iJango website will be a moderately successfull Affiliate website and that the company may make some money on the internet portion of their business model, but the overwhelming evidence is that they will generate almost all of their revenues from people paying the $390 a year for the privilege of being a distributor. If they can get a couple hundred thousand people to use iJango as their home page and then get people to use these pages as there home pages (very unlikely) and then get a portion of them to purchase from sposnored links, they may make a little money on this activity, but it will pale in comparison to the money iJango receives from people signing up for $150 and then paying $20 per month.
    For those of you signing up to be a distributor, just know that the money you will be making will be from convincing others to pay $169 to sign up, not from future commissions on internet usage. If you are comfortable with that, then you can probably earn some money with iJango by convincing others to part with with $390 per year.

  5. What a fucking joke! I worked for this clown. He will rip you off and everyone else in the way to the so called top. Good luck trying to get paid. This clown couldnt pay his employes. Best thing he ever said ” this phone is a money printing press..” what a joke!! LOL Let me guess now he says ..”this computer is a money printing press..” dont fall for his b/s. He will spend his last dollar on a desiner suit instead of paying for work that has been done for his company. He flew employes out of state to open offices and left them there. Fired them and left them stranded with not a pot-to piss in. I find his video absurd. Please people dont fall for it!

  6. Guess you have to look at it like this,It runs in the family,and they will all pay their dues cause none of us are getting out of this world alive and you can bank on that!!!

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