- Report: #1160971
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Complaint Review: LicenseDirect.com
LicenseDirect.com webutation Not Reliable Data, Will Not Correct, Philippine Company Manilla Internet
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This is very simple. The information for several of my colleagues and me is not only incorrect it is entirely misleading. These people have all sent in the proper signed docuamentation as descibed by the website.
They all get emails from the Philippines signed by "MOONIS". Then the information does not change.
We don't really care--nobody in their right mind uses these sites to check licensing when the State will provide not only verification but our education, employment, etc., etc.
The point is that this is a fraud. It is out of the Philipines. These people are lazy bottom feeders who prey on unfortunate people who do not know how to contact their state. The site is what is called a Zero Effort site designed by Erren Silverstien of Burbank, CA. The site is a search engine and these lazy moochers in fact can not correct the data.
I just think it is my duty point out a fraud bottom feeder when you see one.
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