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Their contracts aren't worth the paper they are printed on. Dubious CEO.

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I signed an agreement with Tech Wildcatters in 2019. Little did I know that I would subject to ridiculous meetings with their incompetent CEO, forced to sign up for mentoring sessions with mentors that were trying to sell me their services, and that I would be tainted with their bad reputation.

Don't even get me started on their partners and sponsors.

There aren't any. The company logos on their web site are make believe...they aren't involved at all and in their defense, Tech Wildcatters probably just stole their logos.

How many investors did I meet through Tech Wildcatters. Zero. That's how many.

Unless you count the 3 goofy guys that are friends of the CEO. They acted like investors in their Target khakis and replica shoes.

2 months of wasted time, broken promises, and to put it simply, one big confusing ordeal.

As a founder, I have lost precious time and unknowingly alienated potential advisors, employees and investors thanks to being associated with Tech Wildcatters.

Take my experience as a lesson learned and avoid doing business with Tech Wildcatters.

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Last year, I received a Tech Wildcatters newsletter stating there was new management and a new vision. I went online and saw multiple reviews written about the new management and how the business was thriving.

They were seeking more mentors, more investors, more sponsors, and more startups. I have supported the Dallas startup ecosystem for over a decade. I decided to give Tech Wildcatters another chance. I scheduled a meeting and met with a nice young lady named Jewels.

To make a long story short, she lied to my face. There was no new management. The company is still run by Mr. Ricky Tejapaibul.

They have lost most of their sponsors and mentors. They have been unable to raise a new investment fund for years. That's why they sent out the newsletters and online postings that were nothing but false statements. They are attempting to deceive investors, again.

I want to make sure everyone knows that Tech Wildcatters has been run by CEO Tejapaibul for over 4 years. He took the company from having dozens of mentors and sponsors to nothing. The startups he works with are scams. He has no real investors.

What he has is a stream of trust fund money from a corrupt family in Thailand. The Tejapaibul family has a history of criminal activity, oppression, and drug smuggling. The CEO is the silly son that they couldn't trust with anything so they shipped him to the US to play in startup land and gave him with a small trust fund from money made from oppressing poor Thai people. The CEO has a fabricated resume and biography.

He has been banned from startup events. He has been banned from angel networks. He invests in illegal massage parlors, pyramid schemes and real estate scams.

Use the internet search engine. He and his family can't hide from the truth.


Tech Wildcatters = scammers. Ricky Tejapaibul = dumb crook.

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