Man Blamed Telemarketing Scheme Targeting Elderly On Addiction Sentenced

Kyle Dennis, who defrauded elderly investors through a business opportunity scam, was sentenced to prison for a telemarketing scheme that targeted the elderly.

Dennis told investigating agents he committed the offenses due to his opioid addiction and to pay for personal expenses.

Dennis was the sole owner of Red Mountain Holding Company and Internet Advertisement Holding Company. Investigators say between July 6, 2015 and September 25, 2017, Dennis contacted customers by phone to sell web creation services, claiming his businesses were affiliated with Google. Special Agents with the Arizona Attorney General’s Office and the Phoenix Division of the F.B.I. investigated this case and learned Dennis never provided the web creation services to his customers. Agents discovered Dennis obtained approximately $590,820 from multiple investors from Indiana, Washington, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana and Florida.

In July, Dennis pled guilty to one count of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices and to three counts of Theft. He agreed to 7.5 years in the Arizona Department of Corrections and to probation.

2 Comments

  1. Hey Kyle just remember when you get to prison and your bunky wants to play “house” and ask if you want to be the husband or the wife, always respond with “the husband”.
    He’ll still tell you to get over and service your wife, but at least you’ll have the underhand early on.
    Enjoy your 7.5yrs as a “guest of the state”, you’ve earned them….

    The Oracle

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