- Report: #766246
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Complaint Review: PowerBoard
PowerBoardInternet United States of America
PowerBoard Stephan Schurmann, Steve Schurmann, 21st Equity Homes, Villainabox Don't do business with this company unless you want to pau with your money Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Schurmann Update
*Consumer Comment: Schurmann the truth
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: MARK TAYLOR FROM THE PHILIPPINES IS TRYING TO DISCREDIT OUR CEO
*Consumer Comment: Truth Exposed on Schurmann
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This is the kind of individual you will be dealing with, if you do business with Stephan Schurmann, aka Steve Schurmann. He is a con man, liar and a thief. All of this can be verified with just a little due diligence. He has now bought his superior skills from abroad to the US, in search of suckers to scam for franchise fees on a stolen product. Everything he has is smoke and mirrors. Just ask him for references of any building projects he has completed, or tell him you will pay for a prototype to be built. He will kick you to the curb and go in search of another sucker. He is incapable of building anything and cannot train anyone to build anything. Do you home work before you part with your money. It will be the last time you see it.
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