Jamal Vazquez Is Using Websites To Scam Thousands Of People

Jamal Vazquez Is Using Websites To Scam Thousands Of People

THE DIRTY ARMY: Nik, This is Jamal Vazquez. You might already know who he is because he was exposed on here 3 years ago for his scamming website called Epic Mob Clothing. I just found out that he is behind another website named UnlimitedCaps.com (Unlimited Caps). He has been scamming thousands of people since 2014. I’ve been researching nonstop and I found that he also runs RareCaps.com (Rare Caps), WavyHats.com (Wavy Hats), DaVisionCap.com (Da Vision Cap), RareStation.com (Rare Station) which is the same scams that he always does.

Look up all of the reviews for the websites and you’ll see how he scams all these people. He makes websites and never ships out the orders! I’m absolutely sure that he has about 100 websites like this. His Instagram is @jsopopular and in his bio he says “Self Made Millionaire.”

No wonder why he is a millionaire. He has really scammed thousands of people and gotten away with it. A lot of the customers have been trying to get their money back but have gotten no luck. This fraud needs to be held accountable for all of the people he has scammed. Everyone please comment if you have been scammed like me and any information you have on this fraud. We need to all come together to put this thief behind bars!

I just checked his hats. They are for dorks.- nik

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  1. LgMarch 20, 2018 at 4:08 PM

    Bought four hats from a page on instagram called Da visionn cap never got them complained about it on the Instagram page and I got blocked

  2. DdMarch 6, 2018 at 4:41 AM

    Contact me ASAP!!!! I’m filing a lawsuit against him, email me and I’ll give you the story of why. PLEASE.! I need your help

    • FreddyJune 21, 2018 at 3:24 PM

      I’m also a victim… how can I get involved- I placed a order about a year ago and never received my hats. I still have the email that was sent to me with a fake tracking number that I remember pinging to different locations. I also have my fake confirmation email.

  3. LolDecember 28, 2017 at 5:03 AM

    He also owns craftedAirPods.com too, he’s been scamming for the longest.

  4. Birkus C.December 20, 2017 at 4:18 PM

    This guy scammed me too. I bought two caps from his DaVision site. There was a “promo” going on where you could get a free hat if you just pay the shipping. The total came to $18.95 and I paid. I waited patiently since the order date (July 7th, 2017) and they still have not come or been shipped. Today (December 20th, 2017) I decided to start looking for the website to make my complaint, and found that the website isn’t even reachable. I don’t know if this is part of the scam or if he got caught, but shortly after that is when I discovered via this article that it was all a scam. Guess I’m not getting my money back.

  5. JJNovember 11, 2017 at 10:07 AM

    I ordered 2 hats…they never came

  6. DestinySeptember 29, 2017 at 12:30 PM

    My 14 year old son worked and earned his own money to order hats from davision.com, not knowing it was a scam. He took my sons money, and we never received the hats.

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