- Report: #549981
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: ComputerTraining.edu BB&T Deborah Conrad John Murkey
ComputerTraining.edu BB&T Deborah Conrad John MurkeyBaltimore, Maryland United States of America
ComputerTraining.edu BB&T Deborah Conrad John Murkey ComputerTraining.edu Forced to close by BB&T, Deborah Conrad, and John Murkey Baltimore, Maryland
*Consumer Comment: $50 Million Lawsuit Against BB&T & Deborah Conrad
*Consumer Suggestion: More News Stories !!
*General Comment: Deborah Conrad lied and committed fraud
*Consumer Suggestion: News Story On The Lawsuit
*UPDATE Employee: Did Ed Give Up The User?
*Consumer Suggestion: Notice of Subpoena
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: To #19- you're just as stupid as your comments
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Response to I did look in the mirror
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Well then what are you doing here?
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Just Me? Just Who?
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Really!?
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: OK - I did look in the mirror
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Suspicions, the grassy knoll and bigfoot
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: onewhoknows seems a bit suspicious?
*General Comment: An Open Letter to John in Memphis
*Consumer Suggestion: HEY.....Baghdad Bob
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: You are all wrong, Mr. Darlington
*UPDATE Employee: Finally! These dogs may get their day!
*Consumer Comment: State of Pennsylvania launches the first attack
*General Comment: Clearly a cowardly posting by the inept ComputerTraining 'senior' management.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: You just don't know when to stop lying do you?
*UPDATE Employee: CTC stop lying and get the students & employees their money
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: The Facts: BB&T Not to Blame
*Consumer Comment: this is crazy
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: CTC STOP LYING & GET THE STUDENTS & EMPLOYEES THEIR MONEY!!
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Oh Please
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Blame Yourself
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Really?
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Liars, thieves, frauds....
The truth behind the mystery lies with BB&T...
John Murkey and Deborah Conrad from BB&T lied, cheated and stole from the students, employees, and officers of ComputerTraining.edu.
Do NOT believe these people. They are frauds.
They NEVER intended to teach-out the students. They only wanted their money. They even stole the $390,000 bonding set aside to teach out the students in the State of Maryland!
If you are from the State of Maryland, and have not received a refund, you NEVER will because John Murkey and Deborah Conrad stole your money.
Here are their numbers if you would like to ask for a refund:
John A. Murkey Senior Vice President Certified Business Services Officer
BB&T 111 South Calvert Street, Suite 2200 Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: 410-230-1074 Fax: 410-783-9439 Cell 410-980-9960
Or better yet, knock on his home door and ask for a refund...
John Murkey's Home Address CUTTER CT ANNAPOLIS, MD 21401 410-626-0906
If John doesn't answer, ask for his lovely wife, Teresa.
Deborah A. Conrad, a.k.a. Final Decision Maker:
Deborah A. Conrad Vice President BB&T Commercial Loan Administration
2 North Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 410-727-1121 Fax: 410-727-7573 Cell 443-253-2485
Here is her home address if you have questions...
Deborah Conrad ESTATES CT PIKESVILLE, MD 21208 410-653-1091
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/05/2010 09:37 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ComputerTrainingedu-BBT-Deborah-Conrad-John-Murkey/Baltimore-Maryland-21202/ComputerTrainingedu-BBT-Deborah-Conrad-John-Murkey-ComputerTrainingedu-Forced-to-clos-549981. 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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