Is hole-in-won.com a scam?
By mustang6560 on 5/16/12
Is hole-in-won.com a scam?
Troy Peissig's surprise at acing an $18,000 hole-in-one contest at a charity tournament has been replaced by bitter disappointment now that he hasn't been paid a dime nearly two years after making the 170-yard shot.

Now state authorities are intervening, and issued an arrest warrant last week against the operator of an insurance company they say failed to pay up on a policy purchased by the Missoula tournament.

Peissig, a scratch golfer, said it is a case of "how a good situation can go bad quickly."

The Montana commissioner of securities and insurance said Kevin Kolenda of hole-in-won.com has been unresponsive in the case and now faces felony charges. The agency said Kolenda also has failed to pay in other cases around the country, and continues to operate the scam without a license to sell insurance even though he has been sanctioned by regulators in Alabama, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Nevada, North Carolina, and Washington.
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[ comments ]
bobhooe says:
I bet he was disqualified for using his friends clubs
5/16/12
 
mustang6560 says:
I see what you just did there...
5/16/12
 
Backquak says:
@bobhoe +1 +1 +1 +1 +1
5/16/12
 
Banker85 says:
lazy mustang lazy...
5/16/12
 
Kickntrue says:
He's allowed to be lazy. It's his birthday! Happy birthday Capt. Oob.
5/16/12
 
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