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Andy Esquivel’s Xraza Phone exposed!!!

Posted on April 18, 2013 in Andy Esquivel's Scams

Andy Esquivel

One of the goofier imaginary products which Andy has pretended to have invented is the “Xraza Phone.”   This is a sister product to the equally imaginary “Chinera Phone” which Andy pretended to have invented some time earlier.

The concept for the Xraza Phone is as racist as it is ridiculous.  Andy pretended to have purchased an iPhone knock-off from China for $27 and claimed he was going to develop a series of apps for it that would appeal to immigrants.  He claims the apps would include Google Translate so that immigrants could understand English, and makes reference to features designed to appeal to ‘Chinese people’.  Here’s the text of an email [PDF]Andy sent to Leonard Martinez pitching the idea:

Subject: Leonard please call me App for Airport is from 2 party company
and they have a third party company that want to trade technology and
all they want is percentage of Wiser tech
From: Andres Esquivel <utxpatrol@ymail.com>
Date: Tue, November 23, 2010 12:27 pm
To: lmartinez@denverlegalteam.com, info@denverlegalteam.com
They won’t let me unveil Airport app until i have answered a question that I think you need to advise on
please call 720-318-0625 i had to get a new phone because i made deal with china and they sold me
Phone that is alot like the Iphone at 27 dollars a unit this new company not William they loved my idea
of Making La Raza Iphone for Hispanics community I am calling it Xraza the phone’s app’s are all to
help immigrants just like the Chinese people help each other to succeed We will make a phone that
brings all Latino together sample one of the App’s on the phone is Google Translator and next app
would be to your attorney office just call me please
Thank You Much! Andres Esquivel
Sent with Chimera WiserPhone…

Obviously the “Xraza phone” doesn’t exist, but the majority of Andy’s emails contain a signature line claiming that they were sent from one.  Obviously Andy enjoys pretending to be a mobile app developer.  If he actually developed one, he might be able to earn enough money to pay his monthly child support bill.

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