On March 22, 2011 I contacted Nina Ebert (President - A Words Worth) via email to have her review my resume in regards to hiring her services to create a new resume for me. On March 23rd I actually remembered to attach my resume to the email to Nina Ebert. To make a long story short, on April 2nd she asked me to meet her at her primary residence in Egypt, NJ to go over my resume creation expectations. She made it a point to brag about her professional works by showing me a book she was published in. We spoke for about 1 hour. She seemed to know what she was doing, but when it got close to being there for one hour she hurried the interview along so she could get me out of there. On April 17, 2011 she emailed me the draft of my new resume and cover letter making it a point to put in the subject line (ahead of schedule). We scheduled a time on April 19th to discuss changes that needed to be made. There were so many discrepencies in the resume that we had to talk on the phone to discuss the changes that needed to be done. She was very rude on the phone, almost making it seem like I didn't know what I was talking about. She had made spelling errors, sentence structure errors, and added information in the resume that I had never told her to add.On April 19th at 237 pm I let her know by email that the resume looked good, but the dates needed to be fixed. At no time did I tell her that I fully accepted the resume and no more changes were needed.On April 20th I emailed her about more changes that needed to be made that were very unprofessional (copied/pasted hyperlinks from the internet on the resume).On April 20th we had a heated conversation because she was telling me that she was not going to do anymore editing to the resume. She became so infuriated that she even hung up the phone on me. Leaving me to edit my own resume to fix it.