- Report: #275092
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Complaint Review: Grant Writer Pro
Grant Writer Pro, Nevada U.S.A.
Grant Writer Pro Misleading and Evasive Las Vegas Nevada
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Within an hour, I received a 2nd call from them. I interrupted this foreigner's script reading, only to confuse her. I asked where she got my phone number; she said from a website I was on. (Note: I was not on a website for this.) I told her I was on the Do Not Call List and to remove me from their call list. She said OK. The 3rd call came within another hour.
When this foreigner asked how my day was going, I responded, "I'm confused." I told her this was the 3rd call from them and explained the other two calls. When she tried to sell me the package again, I asked to speak to her supervisor. The phone went blank, when she came back, I was told he was on another line.
I asked if they had a website; she gave me GrantWriterPro.com. I asked what country she was calling from, she responded, "Nevada." I told her to remove my name from their call list immediately. That was the last call. Please beware. The US Government does not give grants to individuals to start businesses. If you are looking for help starting a business, contact your local college or community development organization.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/18/2007 04:57 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Grant-Writer-Pro/Nevada/Grant-Writer-Pro-Misleading-and-Evasive-Las-Vegas-Nevada-275092. 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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