- Report: #1043773
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Complaint Review: Professional kids entertainment
Professional kids entertainment1057 hempstead tpke Internet United States of America
Professional kids entertainment How can look alikes be Professional? Internet
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So what about the employees that work for this company. If they use them over and over that would make them employees. WOW, Thats a lot of employees for benefits! I see there ads everywhere, on google ads, in news papers, all over the net. Again my question is how, when the owners of the trademark said it is not for professional use, are you doing this professionaly? I am not an attorney, just a parent, these are my personal opinions. But the people in the news paper are the attorneys and they say they will stop this stuff.
As for me and my family, we do not want some big stranger with no license or insurance wearing a mask handling our kids. If you do have all this professional paper trail, please forget this and show it with each of your 50 employees at every job, prove it. You have to understand us parents are afraid of strangers now days. Was that you out there? Just asking? I say this in good faith. We just want what is best for the kids.
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