Stanley Preston and Brian Scott are full of bravado. They're full of other stuff, too. We heard through the grapevine that the write-ups about them on RipoffReport.com are clearly getting to them. They're saying that they're going to get those write-ups pulled down. But they're not going to. Those write-ups are going to
stay up, and rightly so. Why? Because they're true. Preston and Scott seem stumped as to how to remove truthful reports. Well here's the thing: THEY'RE TRUTHFUL! They're not coming down! Those online
consumer websites exist to allow folks to communicate to others and spread the word about the bad experiences and services they come across. There are some folks out there who are performing a public
service, as I believe I am, by writing up their experiences with these guys. I think buffoons was one of the words used in one of the reports. I'll use it again here, because it's accurate. They're buffoons. They're only interested in themselves, not their clients. They inflate their billable hours, I guess because they're tired of
being associated with a sandwich shop (their office is directly above one) and they're trying to raise enough money to move out. Maybe they're trying to avoid using their furniture as collateral again. Perhaps they'd be better off joining forces with the shop below them and selling sandwiches instead of shoveling out subpoenas.
Here's how you take care of your reputation and avoid Ripoff Report: you over-deliver on expectations. If I wanted some bologna, I'd go to the sandwich shop. I don't need it from these guys. They seem to be full of it.