RepZe's fraudulent scheme victimizes many people around the world through extortion. The owner will re-post content on other sites they own and request further payments to remove content they re-posted. This fraudulent LLC is not a legal business entity in Colorado or any other state. The owner and operator has hundreds of cheater type websites that scrape content from each other. The website domains typically contain words like "expose", "cheater", and many others. Once a victim notices shocking content about them they become in a panic. Based on emotion they feel inclined to pay extraordinary fees to have the content removed. This is text book blackmail. (demanding payment in order to not reveal negative information regardless of it being true or not).


Fraudulent LLC | Not a legal entity

The State of Colorado and every other state in the United States maintains a database of all legal businesses. Business are required to meet certain criteria in order to register in Colorado. Criteria such as; physical address in the state, registered agent with normal business hours, and an actual identity. RepZe does not meet any of these criteria.

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FRAUDULENT ADDRESS | Not a legal business address

Repze is the defendant in a recent lawsuit filed in 2020 for crimes such as rackateering, fraud, and blackmail. The process server was unable to find a legitimate place of business when attempting to serve the fraudulent company. The address 9615 E County Line Rd-Ste. B#444 Centennial, Englewood, CO 80112 is nothing more than a PO Box at a Post Net store. The process server interviewed the owner of the store and concluded that the business is non-existent at the address.

FRAUDULENT IDENTITIES | employees do not exist

Do a quick search of the employees listed on the website. None of them actually exist. Matt Hamp, Sofia Sylvia, and Timy Berndt. None of them are actual people. It is the same person. If you speak to them on the phone, pay close attention. It is the same person using a voice changer to conceal their real identity.

Matt Hampe

This youtube video depicts an individual declaring themselves to be "Matt Hamp".

Another video shows the same person advertising a phone company.

"Matt Hamp" is a paid actor advertising "spokesperson" services on fiverr who goes by the name voiceoverbyluis.


Content is often times reposted after removal. This fraudster will often times repost the original content on a similar cheater website. They do this by post dating the article by several months. They are able to do this because they operate the cheater site. This gives the illusion that the second post was made before the date of removal. By creating a post with a date prior to the original they can convince victims into paying more money by claiming the "older" post is not related to the new one.


RepZe is named as a defendant in a 2020 federal lawsuit Koe v. Maini, 9:20-cv-80147 District Court S.D. Florida. The nature of the case is "Racketeer/Corrupt Organization". Acts reported in the case:

  • Fraudulent Misrepresentation

  • Defamation

  • Invasion of Privacy

  • Civil Racketerring Influenced and Corrupt Organizations

  • Computer Fraud and Abuse

  • Breach of the Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

  • Deceptive Trade

  • Civil Conspiracy

Fraudulent Misrepresentation
​Fake company using a fake address with fake employees.

Extortion and Blackmail
​Threats to post defamatory content on other cheater sites if payment is not made.

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