• Report: #689552

Complaint Review: Advance Placement Services,Inc.

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  • Submitted: Tue, February 01, 2011
  • Updated: Wed, April 11, 2012

  • Reported By: john — kent Washington United States of America
Advance Placement Services,Inc.
2002W chicago ave. Chicago IL60622 Chicago, Illinois United States of America

Advance Placement Services,Inc. APS Scam Jay,Steve,Jennifer ......are professional liars Chicago, Illinois

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: IVAN DROFYAK & LYUBAOV DROFYAK, VENDORS

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I mail my deposit check for $600 on Feb.28,2010.I've been told that a local person will get in touch with us in 3-4 days and start helping with locations.After plaing phone tag I contacted the BBB in April 20,2010.In May I was taken to 3 locations not even near where I had requested and was told.This is what they found,take it or lived it.I was supposed to have final say.

I paydadditional$450.00 for the 3 location (I have to find replacement.) Aftertheyhorrible service I decided to request my $150 back(partof deposit) Steverefused to refund my money back.

Steve,Jay,Jennifer....are professional liars.Stay away from APS scam.Kent WA


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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

IVAN DROFYAK & LYUBAOV DROFYAK, VENDORS

AUTHOR: Jay - (United States of America)

On March 8, 2010 Ivan Drofyak and Lyubaov Drofyak paid our company a $600 deposit to secure four locations for their vending machines.  Ivan Drofyak lives in Kent, WA, just outside of seattle.  Ivan Drofyak's only request with regard to his geographic perameters was that he did not want to go into downtown Seattle, due to heavy traffic.

On March 30, 2010 we provided Ivan Drofyak and Lyubaov Drofyak with the following locations:

Keelan
15405 Des Moines Memorial Drive
Burien, WA 98148
(206) 244-0228
(206) 244-0615 (fax)
Apt complex w/ 146 Units
Accessible 7 days, 8:30 am to 10pm
Place in common area
10%  of profits back to apartment complex
Waiting for product selections
Please call Advance Placement Services with your delivery date

Antoinette Felder
Concord International Elementary School  
723 South Concord St.
Seattle, WA 98108
206-252-8100
fax: 206-252-8101
Open: M-F, Hours:
65 employees, 15-20 customers daily
Place machine in Breakroom
10% given back to location
Note: on Spring Break 3-29 to 4-04-10
Please contact Advance Placement Services with your delivery date  

Ivan Drofyak refused both of the locations, even though they were within the geographic perameters that were established, by him, before we started the job!  Ivan Drofyak did not deliver his machines to the locations, our company lost the money spent on marketing into the area, and all of the time that we spent negotiating with these businesses was wasted.  Worse still, these businesses that were promised machines, and relied on that promise, never got vending service.  

At that point, we decided to send out a field representative to secure the locations for Ivan Drofyak's vending machines, as we found that it would be impossible to find locations within his perameters using direct marketing.  The field representative met with Ivan Drofyak, in person, and proceeded to secure three out of the four locations contracted for, again based upon the geographic perameters he established.  Again, Ivan Drofyak, after the work was done, stated that the locations were not within the area he described.  The female field representative told him that if he did not want the locations, he did not have to pay for them, but she would not continue to work for him because it was clear that we could not satisfy him.  This was after she spent two days in the field working, securing the locations for Ivan Drofyak.  Ultimately, Ivan Drofyak decided to accept the locations provided and paid the $450 balance to the female field representative, even though the businesses were not ideally located.  No complaints were made as to the quality of the locations.

To call this a scam is ridiculus.  If we were a scam, we would have taken his money and done nothing.  The fact is that we spent hundreds of dollars on this process.  We worked, in-house, on a direct marketing campaign, which cost our company time and money, for two weeks to secure Ivan Drofyak's first two locations.  We then had a field representative drive out to Ivan Drofyak and spend two full days working with potential businesses and securing three more locations for Ivan Drofyak's vending machines.  Our company invested a lot of hard work, time and money to complete this job and were unable to meet Ivan Drofyak's expectations, but there is nothing further from the truth than to call this a "scam."  Ultimately, Ivan Drofyak did place his vending machines into three of the businesses that our company worked diligently to secure for him.
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