- Report: #684585
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Complaint Review: Business Service Network
Business Service NetworkUnion Rd. West Seneca, New York United States of America
Business Service Network Scott Radin He is a Total Con Artist West Seneca , New York
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: WARNING
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: not worth my effort
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Scott never brokered a business in his life when he and Rich Noblett formed the company Broker Service Network. But of course his web site said from day one that he trained hundreds of brokers and sold hundreds of businesses. He ripped off his former employer whom we worked for as a web design person not as a business broker. He actually talked another employee Rich Noblett into leaving that same employer. All in a verysneaky way. They actually tried to steal the business of the broker that they both worked for.Maybe even in an illegal way. Scott hides behind his father who is an attorney in the Buffalo area.SCAMMER ALL THE WAY. I wouldn't trust him in any way. I've known himfor many years. He needs to crawl back under the rock from which he came.
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