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Complaint Review: BTC Marketing
BTC Marketing10190 Katy fwy suite 555 Houston, Texas USA
BTC Marketing Mass Appeal Doug Ascher Different company name, same scam Houston Texas
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All these sports and entertainment marketing companies that deal with merch and refuse to call them coupons are all the same. They literally move the same "management" team around the country and keep opening up new company names in the same city once people become hip to the scam. They especially pray on new college graduates promising "management" and running your own office if you follow their pyramid of training regiments. They keep you "motivated" while you hit the streets soliciting to anyone and everyone selling their product. (It's usually sports and entertainment packages that the customers pays an initial fee for and there is usually unclear or hidden charges and/or restrictions to use the packages) They make a ton of money while you attempt to climb the ladder to run your own location. The funny part is you will actually see folks open their own offices and bring others with them, unknowing that the person running the new offices has already done it before. They keep the same rotating team of upper management while daily convincing and brainwashing their foot soldiers that if you work hard enough for us you can have it all. Sorry, they'll either change the company name or bring a new team from another office that has "closed" from another major city. Some folks do it just as a salesperson which is fine however they tend to "blow" those people out who will take the belief factor away from those who are super deadicated because they actually believe they'll run their own locations. I am writing this because I saw so many good hard workers break up families because they actually believed these companies would deliver on the bigger picture. Doug Ascher has run atleast three of these companies in Houston under Apollo direct, mass appeal and now Btc marketing. I literally cannot believe he and the larger company smart circle continue to operate in such a way and poor young jobless people continue to be used up as foot soldiers, like I stated earlier. I found out about this new company yet again and felt compelled to warn others. I even saw six people uproot their lives, moved clear across the country to help the"new manager"open a "new" office (which was just a new company name) and then get "blown out" ( you can't actually get fired since your a 1099 employee) after moving to the new city to help "motivate" the newest group of distributors. They don't want people working their too long otherwise folks start to become keen to the scam and pass "negativity" or be a "neg bomb" to others. Please, realize its the same group of people shifting around the county taking advantage of hard working individuals who can't find any better work at the time. They use a strict language and calculated formula that they teach the salespeople to use on their customers to make the sale; all the while they're using the same manipulative tactics and techniques on their "employees"
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