She also says her course has a disclaimer that reads in part: “This is NOT a get-rich-quick scheme. The sales figures stated on this landing page and discussed in this training are outlier earnings, and are not guaranteed results for everyone.”Massengill has denied any wrongdoing. She does admit to filing a personal injury lawsuit on September 2 against Hodge in Dallas County Texas Courts, Dallas County Texas Courts. Content creator Massengill is a self-proclaimed multi-millionaire who became an Internet sensation with claims she made more than $1 million in just 40 minutes. Last fall, a Black Enterprise feature presented Massengill as a legit entrepreneur, having “mastered the creator economy [w]ithout any paid ads” when she had about 27,000 followers on Instagram. The influencer told the reporter she would teach the lessons she learned over her four years as an entrepreneur. She also claimed that she teach these skills through her online courses within 60 days.Back in 2017, Massengill quit her job at the post office to pursue a credit repair business called AMPM Credit Repair. She claims her success led to her to develop a program to empower others “wanting to learn how to launch their own credit repair company,” according to her website.According to her company’s website, there’s a waitlist to join the course, implying her courses are booked to capacity. The 60 day, 10 module courses also seem to be marketed to women, as every picture features a woman on her computer.
“$1,039,943 in less than an hour 40 minutes!!! Mom I made it! Somebody called Forbes God glorified!!!,” massengil Wrote in a post on Facebook on September 20, 2021.@ess_ess_ache STORYTIME!!! #ashleygrayson #joshuagrayson #graysons #scammer #domestic violence #fraud #dallastxfraud #scammeralert #blackmogul #inspiration #dcr #courserecipe #domestic #domesticabuseawareness #domesticviolencesurvivor #domesticabusesurvivor #greenscreen original“He [Massengill] A TikTok user claimed in a video with 2.3 million views that she duped people out of $1,000 sometimes $2,000 to be able to fund this lifestyle.Before spewing more claims, TikToker noted that the allegations are not “proven facts”. She mentions that Massengill also “stole someone else’s course, tweeted it, increased the price, and promoted it as his own.”
While it all calls for a celebration, one claim, in particular, doesn’t buy the hype. It describes Massengil and her husband.Joshua Grayson New Credit Law, LLC, as “Elite Scammers”. In a TikTok, the user @ess_ess_ache who goes by the name sherrell hodgebreaks down allegations she claims have echoed or experienced by many others. In the videos marked Parts Two and Three, Hodge continues to analyze why Masengil’s business looks so perfect. She refers to reviews that Masengil says “blocked people for petty reasons” and “removed honest reviews.” As for her course, other reviews claim that the entrepreneur who reportedly has a net worth of $30 million is “robbing people” to offer “Google Slides” throughout the course. She added, “[They] bought Ashley’s course for up to $2,000 and then were blocked, etc.” Now, Ashley is also allegedly suing Sherrell for her initial TikTok post that jump started the allegations.Shanique Liz Yates is an Atlanta-based journalist and content creator with a passion for storytelling on a range of topics that include business, culture, entertainment, and news. Her work can be found across platforms like aspireTV, REVOLT, BAUCE, and more!
“Today is my last day clocking in and working for anyone else,” said Massengill in a heartfelt post shared back in March 2017. “I’m now making more in one month with my business than I was making in three months working inside the post office. Yep! I tripled my federal salary in my pajamas. Just working from home and helping others reach their goals.”
Part 2.. The breakdown is next!! #ashleygrayson #joshuagrayson #scammers #courserecipescammer #fraud #theft #dcr #billionairescamstory #domestic #domesticviolence #domesticviolenceawareness #domesticviolencesurvivor #fraud #dallastxscammer #greenscreen“Out of everyone that’s taken her course, the only ones that we see, are ‘good’ reviews,” Hodge said in her part two video. “The only receipts we see are good receipts of people that have allegedly taken her course and made x amount of dollars whether it be in 10 minutes or 10 weeks.”“$1,039,943 in 40 MINUTES LESS THAN AN HOUR!!! Mama, I made it! Somebody call up Forbes lol TO GOD BE THE GLORY!!!,” she wrote in a Facebook post at the time.Massengill created the Digital Course Recipe in 2021 after launching her AM/PM Credit Repair four years prior, Black Enterprise reported. She found the company after realizing how much her federal salary increased by assisting those who needed help reaching their goals. She quit her post office job to teach people how to start their own online credit repair companies.STORYTIME!!! #ashleygrayson #joshuagrayson #graysons #scammer #domesticviolence #fraud #dallastxfraud #scammeralert #blackmogul #inspiration #dcr #courserecipe #domestic #domesticabuseawareness #domesticviolencesurvivor #domesticabusesurvivor #greenscreen“[Massengill] scams people out of $1,000, sometimes $2,000 to be able to fund this lifestyle that she’s flaunting all over the internet,” @ess_ess_ache, whose real name is reportedly Sherell Hodge, alleged in a viral video. The video has racked up over 2.3 million views since it was uploaded.Several of Massengill’s clients have allegedly been coming forward and claiming the woman is a bonafide scammer. One TikTok user who goes by the handle @ess_ess_ache is dedicated to “exposing” her. Ashley works alongside experienced Certified Physician Assistants, specially trained in dermatology. She provides a variety of skin-nurturing services, including treatments from custom facials and chemical peels, to microdermabrasion and dermaplaning, and even waxing and tinting. Our chemical peel options vary in strength and intensity, based on your needs. We offer a Classic Peel that uses Vitamin C, hydroxy acids, and enzymes to help accelerate skin cell renewal, which is perfect for first-timers. Additionally, we have a Lightening Peel that is effective for correcting dark spots and other pigmentation concerns, as well as a Lift Jessner Peel that uses more powerful ingredients like salicylic, lactic, and retinol acids to offer more dramatic results like helping to improve the appearance of moderate to severe acne, aging, or pigmentation concerns.