- Report: #354321
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: CIA - Credit Investigation & Arbitration
CIA - Credit Investigation & Arbitration1655 Centurion Drive Santa Rosa, California U.S.A.
CIA - Credit Investigation & Arbitration Sonoma County Credit Restoration Service Fraud Santa Rosa California
*Consumer Comment: Apparently he is shady in more than one business transaction.
*UPDATE Employee: Disgruntle X-Employee
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They sell a product that they really don't followup on, or care about nor have anything invested - it may as well be a vaccume cleaner they're selling. If you don't get a return call for months - you'll know why. They're in the business to act on your behalf to clean up your credit - stuff that you can do for yourself. It is a valued service considering the time constraints, if by the appropriate persons/company. Just not this one.
Also, they've put together an "affiliate program" for professionals i.e. brokers, or pro's within the financial sector - for clients, or those that encounter persons with bad credit...
This company is run by cons. One is Austin Canum, the other on 4/05/08 Chris Miranda the Pres was hunted by the NYPD - Staten Island for Grand Larceny for ripping off a cop! They flew to CA to take him back to NY. Details in the NY Post, Staten Island Advance.
Sonoma County, California
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/22/2008 02:20 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/CIA-Credit-Investigation-Arbitration/Santa-Rosa-California-95403-4153/CIA-Credit-Investigation-Arbitration-Sonoma-County-Credit-Restoration-Service-Fraud-S-354321. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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