- Report: #444153
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Complaint Review: Michael Sessions VMI Marketing
Michael Sessions VMI Marketingwww.visionmarketinginternational.com Oak Brook, Illinois U.S.A.
Michael Sessions VMI Cares more about his hair then his pregnant wife no backbone and the IRS should check into his business VMI Marketing it used to be Marketing Sessions Oak Brook Illinois
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He can't concentrate and has to have his HUB run his business for him. He is always at work and traveling so it makes me wonder when he will have time for his new baby and wife. He has no scruples or morals and does discriminate against people. I wonder what would happen if the IRS got a hold of his tax records? I wonder what would happen if Cydcor went under or the clients dropped him.
I know they have been having major problems with clients lately. I also know Michaels bank account is shrinking. Partly because he needs to keep deals like Brian Darling afloat. He will show you his watch and his new suit and brag about his money but that's all he has. Good luck having an intelligent conversation with this guy best to stick to things like frosted tips and tanning beds.
An x-cydcor employee
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/16/2009 01:53 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Michael-Sessions-VMI-Marketing/Oak-Brook-Illinois/Michael-Sessions-VMI-Cares-more-about-his-hair-then-his-pregnant-wife-no-backbone-and-the-444153. 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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