More Jason Feimster Plagiarist – Conman and Fake VC

Unfortunately for the World, Jason Feimster, Plagiarist, Conman and Fake VC is back (check out 3sI Phony VC). His web site is back up and this semi-literate, conman is continues to steal other people writing and present it as his own (see this post about his prior plagiarism foibles). If Jason Feimster ever had an original thought it would die of loneliness. That must be why this guy steals other peoples work. There was a while where his low-rent, Wix website went down… but heeeeeeee’s back! It’s back up.

Last week, I received this note (some details were removed to protect the identity of the note’s author):

Hi, Glen. Thanks for your posts about Jason Feimster. I’m an entrepreneur. I found Jason through a military veteran mentoring site, Veterati, and scheduled a call with him. I was looking for some guidance as I try to raise a seed round. My call with Jason was weird. He asked questions in rapid-fire sequence, barely giving me time to respond. He seemed so excited about my startup; seemed like he was desperate to invest. When I hung up I got suspicious and Googled him and your “clown prince” postings came up even before his own pages! I definitely will avoid. Irks me that a USMC veteran (or is that a lie, too?) would treat another veteran (me) this way. I’m talking with other seed investors, albeit with a bit more caution. Thanks again! 

I decided to check out my google stats and found that traffic to my site for people searching “Jason Feimster” was up 33 percent in the last 90 days and impressions were up 39 percent. An indication that this conman is out there fishing for suckers. A search of his name found that Jason Feimster, Plagiarist created a new self-titled web site at http://www.jasonfeimster.com where he continues to steal the intellectual property of others. Since Jason Feimster, Plagiarist and conman won’t give credit where credit is due, I’m going to give the original authors of Feimster’s plagiarized works credit here..

Let’s check some examples from his new page:

You Get Paid for Your Value

(Stolen from How to Study by Dr. Syeda Seri Raza’s How to Study – See the original here)

Motivation means action and action brings results. Sometimes your actions fail to bring the results you want.

So you prefer to be nice to yourself and not put yourself in a difficult situation. 

You wait for the perfect timing, for an opportunity, while you drive yourself into stagnation and sometimes even into depression.

Get out there, challenge yourself, do something that you want to do even if you are afraid.

(Source, Item #6 of How To Study)

Just how committed are you to your goal?

How important is it for you, and what are you willing to sacrifice in order to achieve it? If you find yourself fully committed, motivation will follow.

(Source, Item #1 of How To Study)

You lack motivation not because you are lazy or don’t have a goal. Even the biggest stars, richest businesspeople or the most accomplished athletes get lost sometimes.

What makes them motivated is the curiosity about how much better or faster they can get. So above all, be curious, and this will lead you to your goals and success.

(Source, Item #10 of How To Study)

Two other plagiarized posts include:

Let’s head over to the cheap-ass laughable 3Si web site where Jason Feimster, Plagiarist pretends he’s a VC instead of what he really is… an out of work circus clown. Here we find a few other interesting articles

From the 3Si I’m a Conman Pretending to Be a VC Fund Web Page https://www.3siholdings.com/news

Startup Funding

Most businesses need a start-up capital before they can really get going. However, financing a business or rather finding financing in any economic climate can be quite a hassle. We cannot deny the fact that, in our current state of affairs, securing funds is as tough as ever. (If the grammar is Mr. Cranky-esque, It probably

(Source, Opening Paragraph of How To Finance Your Start-up Business, By Lindelwa Godie – see the post here)

Actually, any and every business does not get funding. Statistics cite less than 1% of startups receive VC funding! Keep in mind that VCs and banks are not to be confused.

What businesses a bank would fund, most VCs won’t! Contrary too is true! What businesses a VC would fund, a bank would shy away from.

VCs fund only the businesses with hyperbolic growth potential, and not the routine, linear-growing businesses.

So the Idea and the Hyperbolic-Growth-Potential, are the ones that get funded! Of course, the days of “Presenting such an idea in an attractive PowerPoint Presentation and getting the funding”, are gone.

Now, the idea has to be Implemented / Executed and the Initial-Traction has to be demonstrated, to be able to extrapolate the hyperbolic growth. Then, and only then, one might get the funding.

If you have any questions about raising startup capital or just want to learn more about us, you can visit www.3SiHoldings.com/book-online and select a time that works for you.

(Source, Quora Post by Manoj Bhaiwal, see post here)

and then an moronic post with this goofy Meme.

You Can’t Succeed While Your Comfortable

Feimster stole this  bullshit post from some guy who calls himself Samadvice. Samadvice seems to be a low-rent producer of wantrepreneur Memes. He must be Feimster’s guru because Jason seems to love copying his Memes. They are all over the 3Si site. To me, these Meme’s and trite prose are the kind of crap that people who will never achieve anything  perceive as secret of anyone who achieved anything.

Hey Jason! Hey Samadvice!

People don’t give a shit about your degree… that’s not exactly true. When I’m hiring an attorney, I want an attorney who had a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree… you know, graduated from law school. And I sure as hell wouldn’t want to hire someone like Michael Cohen, who graduated from,Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School… literally the worst law school in the country.

I’d rather have a Buick-driving, guy poking around in my brain who graduated from Johns Hopkins Med School than a Bugatti-driving Podiatrist who graduated from University of Arizona College of Medicine… literally the worst Med School in America.

I’d rather get business advice from a Kia-Driving moook like me who finished in the top 77 percent of my class at Maryland, and has 40 years of startup experience including multiple profitable exits than some clown who got a mail-order degree and has never run or sold a business of any significance. You know a guy who’s been out of the armed services for 5 years and is struggling to pretend he’s a VC and got his degree from a for-profit diploma-mill like American Military University (the alma mater of Jason Feimster, Plagiarist).

As far as business is concerned, I don’t care where or if someone earned a college degree.  With a few exceptions. I care if they pretend they went to Harvard and they didn’t and… if somebody was stupid enough to get their degree from a for-profit, online-only, University when so many, real legitimate public Universities offer business degrees, that is a disqualifier. If Jason Feimster is a top example of the kind of person that graduates from American Military University than I care about a “University” that will award degrees to a certified imbecile. Feimster’s degree is an issue. Because Jason Feimster has not demonstrated the ability to verbalize or write down anything of any value that he hasn’t stolen from someone else. Jason Feimster, plagiarist and a conman.


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