New Leaf Marketing

Rachel – Jan 25, 2021

The rep came to my door offering sales of children’s books. She seemed polite, and not threatening in any way. I just now realized I never received my order that I was hoping to get for Xmas for my granddaughters. After some research I see now, my good nature and hospitality was taken advantage of. So disappointing and frustrating that I was taken in so easily. This was in October 2020.

Craig – Aug 26, 2020

Victim Location 60540

Total money lost $65

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

An individual from New Leef Marketing came to my door to sell me books as part of a mentorship program. Their sales receipt is fake and their website is questionable at best.

Tabitha – Jul 23, 2020

Victim Location 45212

Total money lost $20

Type of a scam Charity

Door to door reg Brenda Johnson was very nice and personable and talked about the company helping build self esteem to black women. She gave me a tablet and had the website pulled up. The sale was to purchase a book to be donated to a school in Indiana. I asked why she was doing this in Ohio why the books weren’t being donated to Ohio schools and she said Covid is preventing that. I had a 20$ bill on me so I gave her the money and she provided me with a receipt.

After I left I realized I may have been scammed into something so I did some digging on Facebook and Google and they don’t seem to be legit. Dayton Children’s Hospital cited them as a scam.

Willie – Jul 22, 2020

Victim Location 45209

Total money lost $20

Type of a scam Charity

A representative from New Leaf Marketing showed up at our house uninvited claiming to be in a mentorship program learning professional skills, networking, etc. then proceeded to ask for a donation for books. Many neighbors have had similar experiences with this organization but provided credit card numbers and have been hacked. The person was NOT wearing a mask.

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