- Report: #495177
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Complaint Review: EPS
EPS1025 NW 17 AVE, STE D DELRAY BEACH, Florida United States of America
EPS EPS Electronic Processing Solutions, A Merchant Services provider decides to Steal Overrides DELRAY BEACH , Florida
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ELECTRONIC PROCESSING SOLUTIONS, INC.AKA EPS in
They contend that the losses on the $2500 payment have caused them to withhold my commissions/overrides. The portion of the application payment that corresponds to me has been more than recuperated by EPS, but they refuse to make any payments at all on "ALL" of the companies I referred.
Please keep in mind that they continue to receive commissions on my clients which produce fees based upon approximately $1.5 Million in Merchant Services volume. I have given them months to try and do the right thing, but they have ignored my repeated request to resolve this matter. The president of the company, Hellen McQuain, has time and time again acknowledged that I am do my fees, but they refuse to make any payment.
Brokers, be careful in dealing with this company as Ms. Mcquain and her partner Steven Krauthamer do not keep their word.
Stay away from this company -- They will earn your trust and you now know the rest.
PS EPS, I welcome a rebuttal
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/15/2009 11:30 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/EPS/DELRAY-BEACH-Florida-33445/EPS-EPS-Electronic-Processing-Solutions-A-Merchant-Services-provider-decides-to-Steal-Ove-495177. 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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