- Report: #316984
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Complaint Review: Princeton Executive Group
Princeton Executive Group600 N. Pine Island Road Plantation, Florida U.S.A.
Princeton Executive Group Are they related to Phoenix Executive Group (PEG) New Jersey, exact scheme? Plantation Florida
*Consumer Comment: YOU REALLY DON't NEED TO PAY A HIGH PRICE FOR A CAREER SEARCH
*Author of original report: You sound like John Lennon, but don't give real answers
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: False and Malicious Charges Denied and Refuted
*Consumer Comment: State your name
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While reading the reports about Princeton, I also found reports about Phoenix Executive Group in New Jersey (already out of business due to a lawsuit) and Harvard Professional Group. All of them using names of well known Universities and operating on the exact same scheme.
I would like to get all information possible about Princeton and the other cases and then see if there is ground to proceed with a lawsuit.
Also, I have another question. If I paid by credit card, can I ask the credit card company for a refund? Anyone tried this before?
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