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  1. It's a small scale classic Ponzi scheme. File reports at the FBI, FTC, Local Police and Ic3.gov. If everyone files they'll get this guy or guys. They need to pay for this crime.
    3 points
  2. For those who want to move on and salvage what you can I have a few suggestions. Take an inventory of: Everyone who paid and what did you get, drone, website, training etc.. Anyone who paid and got nothing? Has anyone received a partial or full refund? Does anyone know how many "licensee's" there are? Is there a list? All of those who became part of DronesForce should exchange contact information. As @Patricio has started to do, everyone should exchange or post your URL [if you received one] and what was your "territory". In
    2 points
  3. I’m convinced Steven Marsh in this thread is Alex Larson Also, Arwin at Memphisuav is Alex +1 (901) 531-9799. He's going to talk in a southern accent but listen closely and you'll hear Alex. This is also true of Chris P from www.vancouver-aerial.com. +1 (778) 655-8540. He’ll talk with a Canadian accent but he’s also Alex. And finally, Eric P from Alburquerque DukeCityAerial.com +1 (505) 605-6945. I recorded all my conversations when talking with anyone related to Drones Force. I didn’t record these conversations because I was suspicious. I did it so I could review my notes when put
    2 points
  4. Hey Scammed, As you guessed there are over 30 people who lost money. You should join the FB group.
    1 point
  5. Hovering is a battery killer. Try to keep moving, it takes less power to stay in the air if the drone is moving. I’ve also noticed that recording drains the battery faster, which I guess is obvious I guess.
    1 point
  6. Everything effects a drones flight time, so from that perspective some of what you say is true but there's a lot more to it than the battery. I don't know how much people are really interested in this. If people want to discuss this I'd be happy to share my experiences.
    1 point
  7. We are looking business partners for our company
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  8. Wow, didn’t intend for that to happen. I joke that because I’m Australian, English is my second language. Part of the point I was trying to make was not actually meant to be critical of their effort but to point out the harm that PR can have. I totally understand that when your a vendor supporting a customers R&D you can’t talk about the project publicly, but in those situations you probably shouldn’t talk about them at all. You have to be careful of stealing your customers thunder and not being able to include all the information you would like in the way you would like to pres
    1 point
  9. Hi All, Sorry to hear about all of your losses. I too got scammed by Alex Roudinski (Real Name). When he sold me a photo booth from their other scam (Zoom Fotobooths). Alex Roudinski and Doug Allen have opened numerous franchisee scams and ripped off hundreds of people. Alex owns a fireplace company up in Canada called thebioflame. His contact number is 1 844-866-8888. These Canadians think they can rip our hard earned money away from us. They will pay!
    1 point
  10. That’s your email. What’s your Drone Force website?
    1 point
  11. So very cool! I grew up on a farm in Iowa. I have some cool stuff of the farm I grew up on - my uncle farms it now. Here's one I did of some silage harvest last year. I have a few more in the can too...just have to find the time to edit.
    1 point
  12. I would say nobody got what they agreed to. If you’re lucky, you got some equipment, some training, & a website. In addition to Drones Force getting you missions, you were also suppose to get 6-months of google add words to help promote your website. I’m sure nobody got that either. Sad that people are out there scamming honest people.
    1 point
  13. How to make the most of slow motion in drone video, when and how to use it in the most cinematic way. Why we need high frame rate and how to use them. How to edit slow motion video
    1 point
  14. I don’t know who you are but i did invest like others and I defended the company and I admit I was wrong now. They did deliver on everything they promised throughout the process and I had no reason to doubt them. I read through this forum and others have also said positive things about this venture. DHawk is one of those posters. I’m now trying to move forward and I will do that with or without help of people here who don’t want to collaborate.
    1 point
  15. Yes that is who I expected also, Steven Marsh but I didn’t have any proof. Go back and read through the conversations. He always tried to shut those down who spoke negative of DF. He also was the only one who said he was flying and making money but no details. In the post that Alex made me remove I had suggested that maybe Steven Marsh was part of DF.
    1 point
  16. Also their Instagram post about being at a drone expo in Japan was a lie (see attached pic). Clearly photoshopped logos and they weren’t on the list of vendors on display. https://ssl.japan-drone.com/en_la/results/exhibitor_list.html If I had to guess, unless anyone has met them in person, they’re not even in Canada.
    1 point
  17. I was looking into them around July and backed out once I saw their Google reviews. Clearly fraudulent and paid for. Multiple reviewers giving 5 stars to Drones Force, locksmiths in Jamaica, places in France, etc. All were either world travelers that happened to review the exact same unique places; or they were paying a firm for fake reviews which is illegal in the USA. Then the ads saying “franchise” but in discussions saying it was a licensing agreement instead so they could attempt to get around FTC laws. Should get all affected and do a class action along with handing them over to the prop
    1 point
  18. Hi all, we're doing our best to track local drone laws by U.S. state and by country and wanted to share the link here to make it easy for anyone to find / comment on laws we might be missing: https://uavcoach.com/drone-laws/ Hat tip to power-member @Steve Bennett for the original forum post back in 2017 or so that got me thinking about doing our own directory of local drone laws instead of relying on, let's just say more sub-par sources of information
    1 point
  19. For an off-the-shelf system, have a look at the DJI Matrice 210.
    1 point
  20. @airone is 100% accurate in his financial assessment of this opportunity EXCEPT that there is more than one drone pilot network supplier to Talon and not all are staffed equally. I just finished a training course for this exact opportunity and it was the most professional group of experienced commercial drone pilots that I could have hoped for training me. The course was most beneficial in that just as @Av8Chuck stated above, the flying does require extreme attention to your orientation, winds aloft will try to push you into or away from your tower creating an oblong orbit which might affect
    1 point