- Report: #358339
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Complaint Review: QUORUM TRAVEL INTERNATIONAL
QUORUM TRAVEL INTERNATIONALStone Gate Bank Building, 301 Yamato Road, Suite 1240 Boca Raton, Florida U.S.A.
Quorum Travel International - Steven Kilchowski, Senior Management, GET REAL! Steven Kilchowski, One Step Ahead of the Law, Scams Thousands of Victims. Flees Into the Night Boca Raton Florida (
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What city and state will Steve flee to set-up next? We can only hope U.S. Postal inspectors are on his trail to stop him.
What about Steven's "fairytale" report on Rip-Off where he wrote Quorum Travel International was not a boiler-room operation? That the office was 'State of the Art,' etc. He has surely displayed the behavior of not only the moron he is, but of a liar and thief!
One things for certain; Steven Kilchowski is a 'State of the Art' experienced and professional con man, and an accomplished career criminal.
Former employee, Christine, bought into Steve's line of garbage, working an entire month believing Steve he would pay her the salary she earned. She even helped him pack the office before he disappeared into the night. Christine mistakenly believed Steve was just a manager, an employee like herself, and that he too received worthless checks.
Isn't it time to wake-up? Steve was the brains behind this fraudulent scheme. He was a major player in setting up the scam. Steve was the person whom arranged and sent out 5,000 postcards utilizing the U.S. Postal Sevice (in violation of federal law) each week telling potential victims 'Pack Your Bags, You've Won A Free Vacation and Gifts Worth $1,800!'
Steve told Christine not to worry, her paychecks would be good tomorrow, but tomorrow never came. Most employees were smart enough to quit. Others were terminated because they were on to the scam, and a threat to Quorum's existence Unfortunately, Christine believed in Steve, stuck around an entire month and has $1,715.00 in worthless paychecks.
Again, for the record, Steve fled his office into the night. Not a boiler-room? Yeah, right!
While Christine got conned out of $1,715.00, many of Quorum's Travel Club victims lost between $2,000.00 and $12,000.00 or more. Think about that! Christine must consider herself lucky!
Don't forget about the free gifts and vacations worth up to $1,800 Steve had Christine and all of his employees in telemarketing, telling everyone who called, they would receive vacations and gifts worth $1,800 simply for attending a 60-90 minute presentation. Where was Christine when droves of people whom had been ripped-off came in, sometimes with the Boca Raton Police, to complain?
Anyone with half a brain knew it was a scam! In other words... Quorum Travel International was a boiler room!
Where were you Christine when Steve gave out worthless vouchers... to thousands of people, similiar to the worthless paychecks you received. What kind of medication were you taking?
The only recourse is that George Rodriguez and Denisse Jallouck are criminally responsible for signing the 'Bad Checks' and are subject to prosecution.
Victims of the "so-called" Quorum Travel Club are encouraged to contact an Agent of the U.S. Postal Inspector's Office at any U.S. Post Office.
Because Steven used the U.S. Mail to bait his victims, it's Mail Fraud, in violation of federal statutes.
Boca Raton, Florida
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/01/2008 08:42 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/QUORUM-TRAVEL-INTERNATIONAL/Boca-Raton-Florida-33432/Quorum-Travel-International-Steven-Kilchowski-Senior-Management-GET-REAL-Steven-Kilch-358339. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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