I have first hand knowledge that the company York Mahar Inc. (Marine Travel Services and Marine Security Services) has been conducting illegal activity, bad business practice and mistreatment of employees for many years. Such illegal activities include double charging client credit cards, not paying taxes on employee payroll for at least 5 quarters that I know of and filing false reports of fraud against her own employees.
The President, CEO and currently only employee of Marine Travel Services, Alicia Mahar, is responsible for all of the companys wrongdoings.
She was the hand that stroked the keyboard many nights of putting the double charges through from her own home just so she could use the company account to pay for her lavish and unnecessary expenses. She claims that she never once
collected a paycheck from the company, this is true (as far as I know) however, the company was bleeding money towards the end of its life. Her bills were more than the company could afford. Employees went weeks without being able to cash paychecks, and when finally "laid off" had weeks if not months of vacation time they were not paid for. Yes I understand that that might not be a big deal, except for the fact that the reason the employees had such large amounts of vacation time is because vacation time was never approved.
To the best of my knowledge Marine Travel Services closed its doors about 1 year ago this week, yet someone posted recently that Alicia is still double charging credit cards and I really hope that the company that she is working with sees these reports and does some research of their own. It's not very hard to find out that this company and its only employee are currently under investigation by both the IRS and the FBI for fraud and tax evasion. As well as being added to the United States government blacklist for direct and indirect work.
Alicia will say and do anything to prevent her reputation from being tarnished including lying, under oath, to a judge.
Please do the research for yourself and don't listen to her if you are a customer. Talk to other companies that she
has worked with in the past and ask yourself one question: If she did such a good job for these companies as she says she did, why don't they do business with her anymore?