Developer needed to develop unlimited Video Surveillance Platform.
Unlimited Cameras (Only limited to server abilities)
Dedicated virtual server that can expand as demand increases on server
Ability to connect any IP Camera or digital cameras
The Ability to connect any IP Camera or digital cameras, including:
• IP Networked Cameras
• USB Cameras
Skills: .net framework, application programming, c++, database programming, php
“Ignacio NicolÃ¡s RodrÃguez is a scam artist. WARNING!!!! Be very careful of this guy.
The first red flag was, he said he was in Argentina and he's actually in THAILAND. Nowhere close to Argentina. After being caught in the lie, he changed his story that he was born in Argentina but not living there now. I've taken a screen shot of his profile. Just in case he goes and change it to where he really is located.
If he wants to develop your project with his "Agile" process, RUN!! What that means is he wants to do your project without any pre-planning. He wants to figure it out as he goes. He will ask you to participate and meet virtually him. Don't let that give you any confidence. It's a trick to make you feel comfortable.
This scam artist got $3,000 from me before I stopped the project. Throughout the entire project, he would promise deliverables that he either delivered in poor quality or didn't deliver at all.
This scam artist thinks he's gotten away with stealing $3,000 but we'll catch up with him.
STAY AWAY FROM THIS GUY!!! Remember you were warned. The quality of his work is not what he says. Don't let him fool you with his 20 years experience. It means nothing.
He has a silver tongue. Everything he says sounds so believable and sincere. Don't let him fool you.
Also you should know that ELANCE is not involved in the arbitration. They have a $750 fee that you'll have to pay 1/3 of, to some outside company that really can't do anything to recover your funds. Don't bank your money with elance. Only pay when you are scheduled to.
BE CAREFUL OF THIS FREELANCER!!! I'm willing to send you our communications so you'll have an idea of how he may scam you. if you really want to hire this scam artist and you have doubts about what we are saying, I'm willing to show you via documented communications with him. We'll show you crafty he is.
He should NEVER be trusted.
“Dear Ken, as expressed many times I am sorry that you decided to move to a different project, especially after my team and I have invested time and enthusiasm on it.
You made a serious of claims similar to this one, which are indeed far from professional. Elance understood that you failed to present a viable case.
I sincerely wish that you would share all of our communications with anyone that would request them, but then again, I have been disappointed by you more than once.
It is my personal opinion that there's a path that you still need to go through before you can engage your time and other's in a project. The first step is to deeply believe in it. The second is, if for any reason you may need to cancel, try to handle it better.”
Freelancer Feedback Comments for Client:
“More than anything, working with this client was a sad surprise. The idea was good and I believed in the value of the project.
Still, for reasons that he declined to share, he decied to cancel half-through. It came to me as a surprise that on top of the untimely cancellation he requested a refund for half of what he had paid, when the values presented and more than well documented amounted for quite a lot more than that money (I even sent him a value list which was uncontested).
For reasons which I presume are related to the inconsistency of his claim, he decided to decline the telephone call that Elance had setup as a first step for resolving the issue. He also declined to use the arbitration offered by them.
This customer has good ideas and it will only take him a bit more confidence on himself and others to take them to good ends.”