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Bryce Kapitzky

A.k.a. Jenny Dela Cruz (etc... tons of fake aliases)
Fraudster, Scammer, Spammer / Male / Center-Right

Bryce Kapitzky is a center-right Fraudster and Scammer and Spammer who is a citizen of United States, and has been associated with the following entities as either a significant contributor, participant, promoter, or beneficiary, according to our OSINT research:


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hiring Filipino spammers





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Jenny Dela Cruz jen**

Jenny Dela Cruz

My name is Jenny with DealForce. I tried to call you earlier but wasn’t able to connect.

As a quick summary, DealForce consults with you on your ideal customer, creates prospect research, then outreach sequences based on the messaging you’d like to send to the client. We’ll forward prospects and leads that have engaged with your brand a minimum of 6x. Then we’ll validate the contact’s ph# before sending to you.

We do this for $20 per lead.

Thanks very much! I’ll try to call at a later time.

Jenny Dela Cruz Senior Strategist

Chicago, IL

Email: XXX
Phone: (630) 348-7477


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One thought on "Bryce Kapitzky"

  1. Jesse Nickles says:

    Update: Bryce got pissed that I exposed him here, so he paid his sham lawyers from Rapid Legal to threaten me… when that didn’t work, he tried to hack into my Instagram account. A perfect illustration of how these bastards function…

    Bryce is a capital D douchebag, yet another out of hundreds of fraudsters selling illegal “leads”… he illegally buys email lists and then illegally mass-spams thousands of US companies trying to sell them more spam (leads) while using fake names and aliases of the Filipino freelancers he pays to do the fraud on his behalf, probably thinking it gives him legal protection (it does not).

    This dickhead also pretends he works at Forbes, and that he has 2 different “bachelor” degrees on LinkedIn… in the same field? Right

    When emulating douchebag spammers is considered cool, something is wrong with our society

    Report Bryce’s consumer fraud and spam to the FTC and local authorities

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