An individual named Iyron Davis reached out to our company about obtaining some of our products. He said that he was the founder of the company and his publication reached over 100,000 subscribers each month. He was very adamant about letting us know how lucrative it would be if we have him some of our luxury goods for him to "test". In return, he would offer a large feature in his magazine to promote our brand. Needless to say, we agreed to send him some of our products (approximately $2,000 worth) in exchange for the promised advertisement. Mr Davis said that the advertisement would be a part of the next issue if he received our products before a certain date. Our products were delivered to Mr Davis on the promised date. We fully expected to see these products and our company featured within his magazine in its next release. Neither our name or our products could be found in the issue. We reached out to Mr Davis who was somewhat apologetic in our conversation. He promised that the placement would be in the following issue. We waited patiently and were shocked to find that he had done the exact same thing once again. We tried reaching out to Mr Davis several times without any response. I wanted to share our experience with Iyron Davis / The Blueprint Magazine so that others won't fall prey to his scam. Upon further research, it turns out that this same thing has happened to many others as well. Iyron Davis also runs the same scam in his other publications
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