- Report: #117128
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Complaint Review: Personnel Concepts
Personnel ConceptsSan Dimas California San Dimas, California U.S.A.
Personnel Concepts ripoff Official looking compliance letters San Dimas California
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These are private companies that send out letters to people that appear to be from an official govement agency(ie: irs,DIA, DET, etc.) Often times the outside of the envelope will include:
"Imediate Compliance Requested"
Logos with eagles etc.
Today I received a letter from the above referenced company that said my business was not in compliance with federal laws that require me to hang posters in my office regarding unemployment rights & benefits for my employees. They instruct me provide my credit card information and that they will send me the required posters(for a fee). It states failure to do so could result in fines of up to $20,000. I know it's a scam, and it's probably legal(very careful wording) but it's wrong, it's deceptive. These companies rely on trickery and scare tactics to sell their products. I get this crap mail all the time and it's obvious to me it's a scam, but I hope others do not get tricked into buying from these deceptive companies.
I hope that the above is articulate enough for people to understand, just trying to help out. Thanks.
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