Executive Marketing Collective

Executive Marketing Collective

We were scammed by a “marketing firm” that claims to specialize in marketing for MSPs. The company is called Executive Marketing Collective, and is run by Elizabeth Vanover or Elizabeth Lam (she uses both names in various places). She charged us $1,000 per month for marketing services that were not performed, and ended up taking us for about $6k. | I know of quite a few other MSPs that were victimized in exactly the same way by this scammer. She claims to have a “team” of employees sitting in her office in Denver sending out mailers, making cold calls, and doing other marketing activities. However, one of her other victims who happens to live near her office happened to stop by and found that it’s all a sham. There was nobody there at all! | She makes up fake email addresses and pretends to be other people at her company who then email you to make you think you’re dealing with someone other than her. The reality is that is just her – nobody else. When asked for proof that she is making calls, sending mailers, or setting appointments, she can’t provide anything. | She told us about a couple of appointments she supposedly set for us with local businesses, but when we contacted those businesses to confirm the appointments, they had never heard of her or of us and knew nothing about any appointment. | This is a total scam – avoid this business and this woman like the plague. If you are already one of her victims, please reach out to me.

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