- Report: #742248
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Complaint Review: Millennium Marketing Group
Millennium Marketing GroupInternet United States of America
Millennium Marketing Group Scott and Stephanie Norman Millennium Marketing Group ripped me off!!! Overland Park, Internet
*Consumer Comment: Interesting and sad
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When I received the so called marketing material, which looked like a 7th grader did it, I was worried. Then when he gave me a phony list of companies he said he would contact, which I don't believe they ever did, I knew I was ripped off!
I called Scott Norman myself to request a refund and he talked terribly to me. The Christian stuff went right out the window. He screamed like a maniac. One of his employees told me later he does that a lot because his home life is really bad. Something about his wife being abusive and an ex stripper and that he left his family for her when his second child was still a newborn. His first kids live in the same city and he hasn't spoken to them since he left. Wow!!! People like him give religion a bad name.
Long story short is you cant believe a word he says. I checked and he has several cases filed against him in many states. I also heard he has been ripping off investors for many years and that he is being investigated for that also.
After this I am sure he wont give my money back but I hope he realizes how wrong he is and changes his ways.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/17/2011 07:14 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Millennium-Marketing-Group/internet/Millennium-Marketing-Group-Scott-and-Stephanie-Norman-Millennium-Marketing-Group-ripped-me-742248. 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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