- Report: #942879
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Complaint Review: Seven Star Enterprise International
Seven Star Enterprise International1300 Godward Street NE Minneapolis, Minnesota United States of America
Seven Star Enterprise International www.sevenstarenterprises.com Precious Metals Division ALL SHOW AND NO GO ! Minneapolis, Minnesota
*Author of original report: This so called CEO has a problem with fully verifiable FACTS
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Company Response
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I arrived from Europe and made contact with Kallata who was keen to get me on board with "Seven Star Enterprises". I had expert knowledge on the Euro crisis and European Markets. Kallata wanted me to join the company in a sales capacity. I arrived to the offices of this company which were well appointed and modern however, one essential ingredient was missing which I thought was odd at the time and what was missing was staff. I ignored this factor as I understood this was a new company in start up mode and the normal stages of recruitment in such circumstances.
He had a part time secretary, one salesman and a Russian Lady who he had previously sold coins to and recruited for the purpose of to training her to sell. [continued below]....
I must state that Kallata seemed to have some compulsive behavior issues which became apparent along with an over zealous religious element which he introduced into the work place. Kallata was or is a "Reborn Christian" of some description. Everything was "God" and "Pay" and rather intrusive if not completely inappropriate in a business environment. Saying "grace" before lunch was almost mandatory! Now, I have no problem with anyone's religious belief but to have it rammed into your face all day long is not in keeping with a respect for the beliefs of other. I am of a Christian faith myself (not that it matters) but this was complete overkill.
It appeared that Kallata specifically targeted those of the Christian faith in his marketing strategy. In internet searches he declares himself some class of a prayer counselor or other and to be honest, his behavior was not that who espouses to follow the principles of Christianity. I witnessed his mood swings, abuse of staff and character traits with borderline paranoia which I found disconcerting and frightening at times. In any event,if you choose to watch some of the youtube video's he has set up and used for promotional purposes, you will see what appears to be a busy commercial enterprise, men in suits dashing about the office in heavy conference, seminars with Kallatta taking the floor blah blah etc etc. Go to his offices and see it for yourself. I saw none of this activity or any of the people who appeared in the videos. It is my opinion that these video's are staged with "rent a crowd" brought in to make up numbers. Watch closely and keep in mind what I have said here and you will see the flaws.
I now understand why at first I noticed the lack of staff. He is not professional in his man management skills at all. He does not honor his word. He may know a thing or two about Numismatic coins etc but in regard to running a business correctly, he knows nothing in my opinion.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/18/2012 09:11 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Seven-Star-Enterprise-International/Minneapolis-Minnesota-55413/Seven-Star-Enterprise-International-wwwsevenstarenterprisescom-Precious-Metals-Division-942879. 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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