Marketting Private: Forums Buying & Selling Jon Paul Schell is at it again Reply To: Jon Paul Schell is at it again

  • Anonymous

    February 22, 2022 at 8:35 pm

    This has brought up a lot of bad memories for me, I will attach some screenshots of our conversation which includes some of his details – it may not be in the best order but I feel any order you might be able to understand the frustration.

    To be clear, I never received any items from Jon Paul Schell or his wife Shirley Remington Schell, it has been months now, and I never will receive anything from them because they are con artists. My bank credited me the money back that Jon scammed from me and concluded their investigation into the matter. I hope one day Jon Paul Schell is arrested, it would bring some ease knowing that he would serve time for defrauding so many people. I don’t know why the law doesn’t step in but the most we can do in this digital age is share our stories, and I’m not ashamed to say I was scammed by Jon Paul Schell. I hope others learn from my mistakes, and I’m sorry Ryan also had to go through this experience, it weighed heavy on me for quite some time and took me a long time to move on from.



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