- Report: #717245
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Complaint Review: Jennifer Hampton
Jennifer HamptonBronx New York New Jersey, New Jersey United States of America
Jennifer Hampton Bree Smith, Aubrey-Eric Smith, Eric Smith, Northboro COnsulting, Leo Lin, Windham pizzeria, Sandwich Franchise in Bronx, Maryland Classic Coastal Beach Front Seasonal Motel, Leo Lin, Bree Smith, Aubre Not to be Trusted!!! New Jersey, New Jersey
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Nixam Scammer
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How can a person claiming to be the following:
"Bree Smith - 888-290-6317 ext. 83
Bree Smith is Managing Partner of NorthBoro and a seasoned consulting professional with extensive experience in the fields of Insurance and Business Intermediation. Bree specializes in Franchise Sales, Domestic Hospitality, Life, Health and Disability Insurance. Bree works tirelessly to ensure positive outcomes with each and every client interaction at NorthBoro, no deal is too small for his full and professional attention.
Does anyone know if this person has a State license to sell Insurance in the State of New York?
This individual claims to be "a seasoned consulting professional". But this professional is quick to slander your company on message boards because he disagree with your company's policy. It would be absurd to trust this person with any of your personal and business information. If he can slander our company because of a $10 issue that he did not understand, what will happen if a larger amount of money is involved? Don't want to find out!!!
We are fully investigating this individuals and any feedback from the public is appreciated. He claim to be brokering the following properties:
This person does not have a Real Estate license and is selling and brokering properties and he has the following individuals as his partners:
"Jennifer Hampton 888-290-6317 ext. 86
Jennifer Hampton is Senior Partner and lead Intermediary for International Hospitality. Jennifer is a licensed attorney and has experience in mergers and acquisitions and complex deal creation. Jennifer is second to none in creative deal structuring and her unique knowledge of international real estate and finance has proved invaluable to her clients over the years. Jennifer is also available to consult on domestic hospitality and mid to large business retail/ manufacturing buy/sell scenarios."
We tried to contact this person, but the email came back undeliverable. Does this person actually exist? I strongly suspect that Mr. Smith is using this attorney without her consent?
If anyone knows this attorney, let us know.
The same with the following individual (email came back undeliverable and if this person is real, probably don't know his details are being used:
Leo Lin 888-290-6317 ext. 85
Leo Lin is an experienced accounting and insurance professional. Leo specializes in working with emerging markets and foreign investors in the fields of hospitality, manufacturing and domestic retail. His strengths are in mediation and creative deal construction. His hands on approach to all facets of the deal make Leo a unique commodity in the industry of intermediation.
This lowlife fake business consulting person should not be trusted with any of your sensitive information. It appears that he is operating a big scheme to collect leads and send to his two so call partners (If these other persons are real). We will get to the bottom of this!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/13/2011 03:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Jennifer-Hampton/New-Jersey-New-Jersey-/Jennifer-Hampton-Bree-Smith-Aubrey-Eric-Smith-Eric-Smith-Northboro-COnsulting-Leo-Lin-717245. 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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