Vortex Debt Group / Americorp to Become Synthis, Tipster Says

A tipster (send in your tips here) has written in and said:

Thought you might like to know Vortex/Americorp has now changed their name to Synthis Inc. seems since Missiouri has banned them and the Attorney General has sent letters to consumers to file for a refund that it would be to costly to them to refund all these clients, there solutions would be to file bankruptcy, one way of getting out of paying them back, and these poor consumers have no clue what’s fixing to happen to them.

It’s also sad to see what they are doing to clients in Canada, these peopel can lose there homes if they get sued but do you think they care heck NO. I hope you can get it out there to beware.

So I Took a Quick Look

A search of public records did find that Synthis, Inc has registered as a Delaware corporation to do business in Florida at the same address used by Americorp and Vortex Debt Relief. – Source

It appears Vanessa Vinicombe, the listed president for Synthis does or did have a relationship with Americorp. Here she is listed in 2010 with Americorp documents relating to the bankruptcy filing for Allegro Law. – Source

But publicly she says she has been the CEO of Synthis since 2000. It also shows she is interested in credit and collection issues in Canada.

The State of New York does not list any registered corporation for Synthis, Inc. so it makes me wonder how Vinicombe can be receiving mail for Americorp in New York in 2010 and claim to be the CEO for Synthis since 2000 but Synthis is not registered in New York. And then, according to public records Synthis, Inc was only registered as a Delaware corporation on 2-25-2011. – Source.

Synthis, Inc says it is located at 3270 Suntree Blvd, Suite 102B, Melbourne, FL 3240[sic] and past stories I’ve written show the Vortex Debt Group address to be Vortex Debt Group, 3270 Suntree Blvd, Suite 102A, Melbourne, FL 32940. – Source. Suite 102A is/was also the address of the Tim McCallan (Americorp) company, Media Mogul. – Source

See also  Synthis - Consumer Complaint - January 25, 2013

As of the time of the publication of this article I had not yet heard back from Vanessa Vinicombe with a response to my questions and the activities of Synthis.

Sincerly,


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18 thoughts on “Vortex Debt Group / Americorp to Become Synthis, Tipster Says”

  1. I cant believe Synthis tried me…. so they finally fired me on Jan 9th, 2013 and this is the thanks I get after dealing with they’re company mess …. I AM YANTE KNIGHT no need to hide my name… I dont own this company, I just worked for them… a single mother looking to make a decent income… after almost two years of dealing with a business that didnt know what they were doing themselves, I stuck it out and remained a team player and they fired me for being unprofessional… they’re entire team except for Vanessa down talks to their employees and they expect for me to sit there and hush up.. they really dont care about people as long as they are making money, I guess thats business for you… and now because they forged documents, faked conduct meetings w/ me, my unemployment maybe at risk… I cant believe this is the thanks I get… so now i’m telling the truth… they are scams and expected me to lie to customers…. thats why I called my client’s after work and explained to them what they needed to do in order to request their refunds…. I’m about building people up not tearing them down… so I played my position and played it well. At the end of the day, I’m not disgruntled, I have a Paralegal Degree and did not obtain it to mislead people in the wrong direction. Life and the experiences we go through only make us stronger to know…. there is a better job out there for me and WILL appreciate my services 🙂

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