Connor Robertson

A.k.a. Elaine Mack (etc... many fake aliases)
Fraudster, Spammer / Male /

Connor Robertson is a Fraudster and Spammer who is a citizen of , 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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Elaine Mack


We are helping scale companies through organic appointments on LinkedIn (and email).

Most of our clients are able to book 5-7 calls per week(without the use of paid traffic)

We do not charge per lead or a recurring retainer… so your lead cost goes down over time.

Is this something you would take a look at?

P.S. – > We are not restricted to 100 connections per week either.

Elaine Mack
8755 East 25th Ave
Denver, CO 80238

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One response to “Connor Robertson”

  1. Jesse Nickles says:

    Connor is yet another American scammer who ilegally buys massive email lists and spams the fuck out of thousands of US companies using fake aliases and Gmail acounts to sell yet another lead generation service

    He also pretends to be a doctor, when in fact he only has a “degree” from a chiropractor program

    Report this fraudsters to the FTC and local authorities

    Update: after I told Connor to stop spamming me he claimed “There is an opt out… you opted in originally through a lead form 46 days ago…. Our opt in form goes through go high level( and doesn’t directly track IP address on submission.(feature coming soon though from them and their web builder + form builder)”

    … of course, that is not true and even if someone was impersonating me, why use a fake Gmail and fake name to contact me?? = fraud

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