Mike Dolev (a.k.a Yair Michael Dolev ) and Josh Black (a.k.a Yoshi Kaye)
Who are Mike Dolev and Josh Black?
Yair Michael Dolev
a.k.a Mike Dolev
Date of birth April 16, 1999
from Hod Hasaron, Isreal
a.k.a Josh Black
Date of birth December 1, 1990
from Sydney, Australia
Together, Mike Dolev and Josh Black have been swindling the unsuspecting out of thousands of dollars with a non-existent program/product known as eCom Momentum, DFY Shopify using various sites such as www.eComBeginner.com/dfy, www.eComBeginner.com/enroll, www.eComBeginner.com/24hours. Making false claims of creating, managing and advertising a fully optimized DFY Shopify, eCommerce store via a webinar. Their promises include taking you from $0-$10,000 in 30 days, doing all the work for you so all you have to do is sit back and watch the money roll in.
They CLAIM they will build a completely customized and personalized store from SCRATCH to finish, using Shopify, will install a private custom theme, pick the best niche for you, will do research for trends, choose the best products for your store, give you suppliers list, design your shop logo, test products in your store and add new products every week and run fully optimized Facebook ads and more!
In the emails they send, they declare that “This workshop could change your life” or “Today you can take 2 simple steps towards making 6 figures this year with Shopify…” or “Shortcut to 6 figures with Shopify” or “My team will buld & manage your Shopify store”
Its not a workshop – it’s a scheme to entice you to purchase from them. Once you purchase they literally disappear. Neither Mike Dolev or Josh Black will respond to your emails, Facebook PMs, Skype IMs or any other means they have given you to communicate with them. Once they receive your payment, you’ll only be in touch with their support staff, whose English is not great, even if you request to be put in touch with them directly.
If any work at all is done, it is sub-par. A shop with random products that are poorly described. Which believe it or not is worse than getting nothing. When you receive nothing you have a better chance at getting a refund.
In a few cases they’ve never deliver the shop and refuse refunds although they offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, promising your store will be fully set up within 7-14 days.
Lately they removed the original guarantee after unhappy buyers have banned together to get full refunds and expose their scheme. Here is a link to the Original Sales Page and here is the link to the New Version
Since Strip and Zaxaa have shut them down they now changed their game and trying to scam people by this personal letter sent by email, which can be viewed by clicking here
What you should do?Join our FB group here Mike Dolev & Josh Black Scam Alert but know that you will be screened. Do not take it personally
- Ask for a refund from Paypal – call Paypal before you open the dispute to get help, how to file it to get your money back. Successful refunds were received typically when the store set-up was not started and the dispute was initiated as “product not received”.
- Report them to IC3 here IC3
- Report them to the FBI here FBI
- Report them to FTC here FTC (this video will help you file your report)
- Report them to ripoffreport.com
- Report them to scambook.com
- Report them to complaintsboard.com
- Give a testimonial to help other people not to fall in to this scam HERE