PBS Global stated is was part of Prudential and the business valuations were done by Waterhouse. Two very well known and trusted names. Truth is that in October 2005 the real Prudential made them change the name, thus PBS. The Watehouse is actually a 1 man show in San Diego, Ca. That man is Steven L. Claycombe and has nothing to do with the well known Waterhouse.
Two other majors points are that PBS offers a 100% moneyback guarantee that they refuse to honor. Also the website, BBB & D&B state the business was founded Jan 1997. Actual was July 2003. Also have the AAA(American Arbitration Assoc) clause and you can't sue. Although PBS sued the BBB in Central Florida.
I am amazed that PBS is not already on this site. I paid $6500 to be listed and received only 1 letter of interest in a entire 12 months and when I contacted him, he had no real interest (only websurfing) and no finances. PBS stated that it sent 2 letters and the 2nd was found to be completely fruadulent,It is also important to state that PBS is being investigated by the FTC, Florida Attorneys General, Melbourne Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce.
PBS is very good at leading you to beleive that they are very big and successful and trustworthy. Don't fall for it. Rick Hagan, Stephenie Craft, Debbie Kotula and Marthe Lepeska will take your money and do nothing except keep your money and make excuses. I am sure that there are not more reports as PBS Global targets business and the business owners have a big pill to swallow that they have been ripped off and ashamed to admit it.