- Report: #1127634
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Complaint Review: Hole in One International
Hole in One International6195 Ridgeview Court A Reno, Nevada USA
Hole in One International HIO International Mark Gilmartin Lies about their industry relationships, Rips off clients with Mis Information Not truthful Insurance Fraud Deceptive business practices Reno Nevada
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DECEPTIVE Business practices False Claims about their company Mis Informs the Public and cannot fulfill business promises while defaming others in the promotional industry or in order to garner clients trust.
They take the LOW ROAD
See what happens to clients that take their gutteral word
** $1 million dollar lawsuit against hole in One International by Diabetes ridden lady and Indian Casino Gaming
*** $1 Million Dollar lawsuit in Arizona takes down unsuspecting local MDA Muscular Dystrophy Association with them
**** Another $1 million dollar lawsuit by Commodities broker in NYC at Trump Golf Course and NBA player
***** Harley-Davidson lawsuit against Hole in One International after claims of a
Golf Cart Industry and Golf Course Industry duped by them
Tries to take down or pass the buck to Australia company for their mistakes
Works out of a backroom in a warehouse but claims multi-million deals
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