Trustify Trustpilot Reviews

Sorry, folks, I've been trying to stay away from the stale topic of Danny Boice, Jen Mellon and Trustify but then someone pointed me towards Trustify Trustpilot reviews (you can find Trustify Trustpilot reviews here). Some signs that things are over...

Danny Boice’s Drug Induced Fever Dream – Journey to Trust

What follows is a bit is a blog post and analysis of said blog post that formerly could be found on the Trustify web site. The post was titled, "Journey To Trust, Part 1 -the man with the knife." After I started posting links to the blog, Danny Boice must have thought it would be better if he removed it.  It's gone. Of course, I am a patron of the arts so I will try and restore this artwork. The article, an incoherent, mix of Dashiell Hammett, Louis Carroll, Jim Morrison, and a 12-year-old, pre-pubescent boy,  spending his 4th year in 2nd grade. This blog post had no place being published in an amateur porn web site, much less a "professional business-oriented blog." But hey, Danny Boice paid a company hundreds of thousands of dollars to write a documentary about him and his wife. His company was going under and he wanted it to appear that it was still a thing so he just kept posting goofy content that didn't belong there. Let's analysis this failed literary trash, Journey To Trust, Part 1 -the man with the knife. Fucker’s quick. He’s beside me and Jen in an instant, but I’ve still got him. My heart...

Is Robert Katz a Deadbeat?

Robert Katz, is he a deadbeat? That's the assertion made in a GoFundMe campaign opened-up in December 2018 by 22 people who say Mr. Katz owes them a total of $79 thousand. Deadbeat? That's the opinion of these 22 people who may be biased because Robert Katz stiffed them.  To get an unbiased opinion I went to the one man who knows Rober Katz like no other...

Plate Vision wins Best of Show

DCTech has a best of show award winner that actually means something. It's not one of those LifeFuels-like, pay-the-fee-receive-an-award award things. Plate Vision is a product developed by two University of Maryland Professors, Dr. Chris Davis, Dr. John Rzasa.  The company was formed in cooperation with the help of the University of Maryland, Office of Technology Commercialization OTC. OTC helped Davis and Rzasa find the resources to create a business plan, find a CEO and garner an investment from TEDCO, the State of Maryland's, early-stage investment arm. The match between entrepreneur and University of Maryland technology was made through a partnership between the University of Maryland's (UMD) Office of Technology Commercialization, headed by Julie Lenzor and Mindshare. Ms. Lenzor is the UMD's, Chief Innovation Officer. Mindshare is a local DCTech university for startup entrepreneurs.  Founded in the 1990s by local service providers, VCs, and entrepreneurs, Since it's founding Mindshare has trained over and counts an alumni organization of over 1,000 entrepreneurs. Plate Vision CEO, Todd Levitt graduated from Mindshare in the late 90s when he was the co-founder of Olympus Development Group, a software development firm from which he successfully exited in 2002. Since then Todd has been the owner of 20 guys...

Trustify – The Fat Lady Sings

It ain't over until the fat lady sings. In the case of Trustify, the fat lady sings. She's singing loud and clear. With the Danny Boice, Jen Mellon nuptials (look it up in the dictionary, pretend Harvard boy Boice) in shambles, the company being sued by a long line of creditors so long that many people are asking the courts to start a Disney World Fastpass-like service. As I reported earlier in the week, Boice is contacting anyone with an email address and asking if they want to buy $1 million of his personal worthless shares in a worthless company for $1.50 per share. Basically he's asking, "who wants to buy -$5.00 shares for $1.50. Nobody...

Caution Danny Boice Trustify Secondary Shares For Sale

Caution Investors! Danny Boice is offering $1 Million of his personal Trustify Secondary Shares for sale. He is reaching out to investors to try and raise $1 million dollars, for himself personally and not for the company. By selling Trustify Secondary Shares, Danny and not the company gets the money and therefore the employees who have not been paid in months will not benefit from the sale. In multiple emails, Danny is reaching out to investors to sell shares he alleges were at one time worth $3 per share for the bargain basement price of $1.50. Back in December 2017 when Boice was out raising money for his series B, he presented the following to the market. While Danny Claims that the company did $8 million 2017 ARR claims that 2018 ARR would be $20 million, employees tell me they think revenue never exceeded $100 thousand in any month. As far as the companies Balance sheet is concerned the company owns no assets of any value and its debt well exceeds an estimated $2 million. How has the staffing evolved since raising a round in 2018? Fake, retroactive-cofounder and soon to be Danny's Ex-wife, Jen Mellon, left her husband to become a human and left the...

LifeFuels is a Punchline to a Joke.

LifeFuels is entering its 5th year as a company. Actually, LifeFuels is not a company, it's a punchline to a joke. What do you call a company that has been in business for 5 years and has no product, no sales, no nothing of any value except for press releases? Lifefuels is not a company, LifeFuels is a punchline to a joke. On April Fools Day, 2014, Life Fool Jonathon Perrelli founded LifeFuels...

Offering Free Investment & Investor Due Diligence Service

For the last few years, I've been researching and reporting on, clowns, scammers, schemers, and scumbags. I've been doing due diligence for investors and founders seeking investments. Sometimes it's as simple as a google search, sometimes, it's a tip from a source, and sometimes, I have to reach out to my sources.  My due diligence has uncovered: Clowns - The Incompetent Imbelishers Paul Singh Evan Burfield Jonathon Perrelli Jason Feimster Alexandra Stanton Crooks - The Guys Who Should Be Locked Up Danny Boice Jen Mellon Andy Powers Ram Reddy Matthew Pugsley In the course of my day, I do research to promote my blog which promotes my business. The blog is designed to gain an audience and demonstrate how I apply knowledge, experience, and critical thinking to work with my coaching clients. Readers frequently send me notes of: thanks from those I've helped from getting in trouble - Before the Fact requests for help from those that have been damaged - After the Fact tips from those who want to put bad actors on my radar screen - Tips Here are just a few examples: Before the Fact Glen, thank you for your due diligence on Jason Feimster. I found him on Veterati and...

Trustify – In Search of The Danny Boice and Jen Mellon Autobiography

JenniBack in March, Danny Boice of Trustify had this huge think tank meeting with a large group of people at the Trustify offices. In attendance, employees, and representatives from a Boston-based PR firm hired to promote Boice's and Jen Mellon's "brand," a production company hired to create a feature-length documentary about Danny and Jen and a publishing company hired to ghostwrite Boice's autobiography. The first chapter of the autobiography was written and circulated the Trustify office. I'm told it was hilarious. Danny had a big falling out with the owner of the publishing company a few months later. I later learned that the company Trustify hired to write the autobiography was The Round Table Companies (RTC), run by CEO, Corey Blake. Aleksandra Corwin was assigned as the ghostwriter. Once again, Danny Boice and Jen Mellon were spending Investor's money to pump up their public profiles. This was cash, in a company hemorrhaging cash, that could have been used to build a better company, and make payroll. I'm willing to bet that Danny stiffed RTC, and the other companies involved with this autobiographical book and documentary. I bet RTC is one of the money companies on the list of unpaid Trustify Creditors. I'd like to ask all former Trustify employees,...

The Definition of Transactional – DK Tenant Rep

Warning to all commercial landlords, according to DK, he isn't a landlord so he doesn't care if you get paid! In October, I spied a post on social media from DK about the great deal he got for one of his clients. His clients, in this case, were a cruel, crooked, wicked couple. If you read any of my posts, you might know them, Danny Boice and Jen Mellon of Trustify. If you haven't heard of these two and their dumpster fire of company, Trustify, just check out these Glassdoor reviews. In typical Mr. Cranky, delicate and sensitive style, I replied to his LinkedIn post on the Trustify Subject. I highlighted many of the problems with the company. Then Mr K contacted me on LinkedIn and respectfully asked me to remove my comment. And I did. See the transcript of the interchange below. October 30, 2018 DK 5:30 PM Connecting re: comments Hi Glen, Hope all is well - looks like we know a lot of the same people. FYI, I work hard at what I do and getting exposure is important to building our brand as a business. While I absolutely respect your dislike of Danny/Jen at Trustify, and perhaps you all have some history, I'd like to ask...