We have noted that Gordon Group / AmericanFone, LLC has a partnership with MCI WorldCom, as reported on americanfone.com. So, we decided to solicite the assistance of MCI WorldCom in resolving this growing problem. I learned from my contacts inside MCI that Scott Sullivan, President/CEO of MCI WorldCom was travelling by air on 6/12/02 and was scheduled to land at 6:20 pm EST, but he was delayed at take off, so he wasn't to land until about 6:45 pm. He had his cell phone with him, but he refused to take my call to discuss this ripoff and their partnership with the big ripoff company, Gordon Group. I am still working at trying to contact him.
You may wish to call Scott to get his assistance in getting your money back. His office phone number is (601) 460-5600, and FAX number is (601) 974-8350, but be prepared to be stalled by the secretary, because this is not the only trouble that MCI is facing; they are also under investigation by the SEC (see the story below). If that happens, you may want to note his cell phone (561) 350-0649
Please let us know if you are able to resolve your issues, especially if you get money refunded. According to reports, some people are being forced to jump through the customer service hoops, but are getting refunds. If you encounter any problems, we would like to know that also. We may have some good ideas for you.
For instance, we can provide additional contact data to resolve this matter. You may wish to contact Mark Cohen, Chief Marketing Officer via e-mail also at: email@example.com
Investigative Reporter/Consumer Advocate Volunteer
Check out this story, MCI WorldCom which is partnered with AmericanFone, LLC, which is responsible for the LD Calling Plan Scam
WorldCom cuts workforce by 6%
(SEC investigates accounting practices)
By George A. Chidi Jr., IDG News Service
April 03, 2002
WorldCom Inc. announced a 6% cut in its U.S. workforce today, eliminating 3,700 positions from its data services division.
The carrier made the cuts to better align its costs with its expectations of revenue growth in the mid-single digits, the company said in a release.
Jobs in WorldCom's long-suffering long-distance unit remain unaffected by the cut at WorldCom Group, the company's Internet backbone and business data services division. In February, WorldCom said long-distance revenue has deteriorated steadily due to stiff competition, a weak economy and users substituting wireless and digital communications for long-distance calls.
WorldCom pared 9,000 workers last year in an attempt to deal with the economic downturn. The company has 61,700 employees.
So far this year, the telecommunications industry has announced 85,222 job cuts, according to Chicago-based outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. (see story). Bankrupt carrier Global Crossing Holdings Ltd. in Hamilton, Bermuda, has cut 9,000 from its staff this year, and last month, New York-based Verizon Communications announced a reduction of 10,000 jobs for the year.
The Securities and Exchange Commission began an investigation into WorldCom's corporate accounting practices, the company confirmed last month.
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