Lately many people have contacted me for upadtes on the whole Quick Connect saga. The truth is there hasnt been any updates at all. I havent even had time to sit down with my attourney to talk about our legal recourse until the first week in March probably.

However many people have been commenting and sending me TONS of information on Kris Yoder the owner of Quick Connect, Help My Pc, and other companies.

A reader earlier commented on a post saying:

Just learned something new about Quick Connect today. I watch their site pretty closely, and they have a staff page. At one point we courted their lead designer, Duane Teeters. We offered him a ton to come work for us, but he was loyal to Yoder and to his credit was a good employee. Well, he is GONE from their staff page. Yoder hired two kids to replace this talented guy, and their work is not nearly as good as Duane’s IMO.

Oh, and if you want a nice laugh, one of the kids he hired is named Josh. If you visit Quick Connect’s homepage at and view the source, you should do a search on the age for the word “Josh.� It looks like Josh has some hidden links on Yoder’s home page to promote his own art business.

This guy doesn’t seem to be able to keep a reign on his own employees! And also, I received a Dunn and Bradstreet report on him yesterday. He was shifted from a “likely to pay on time� category to a “high credit risk� category. That would explain where you $3,000 went. It is gone just like Duane.

Now because of up and coming litigation on retreaving my expenses plus lost revenue I have been advised to not comment on this post by my attourney.

I will say that I saw the hidden text and link and ….. (silenced)

You can read the public deposition by Kris Yoder on ANOTHER case that was filed against him here.

Also I just want to say that I appreciate all the support and help people have offered in trying to recover my funds from this company.

Please understand that I have to turn down all interviews at this point on the subject and depending on the settlement I may never be able to talk about it.

By Jeremy Schoemaker

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5 thoughts on “ – Kris Yoder and company practicing bad html?”
  1. SHOE-

    This company must read your blog hourly! They have already removed it.

    They are nailed though cause yahoo has it in there cache and Google too on some data centers

    Click here to see

    view source and search for “josh” you can see the hidden text

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