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Complaint Review: Strategy Credit Group
Strategy Credit GroupGreenwich, Connecticut United States of America
Strategy Credit Group Credit - Strategy Group Try to get money upfront, she gets VERY ANGRY if you question her tactics, no results, can't reach her by phone Greenwich Connecticut
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This is the tactic behind the entire scam. She will be nice when she tries to bring you on board. You'll get a statement for a bill--mine was $900. You've got to be suspicious when someone wants that kind of money, upfront, and no guarantees. The bottom line is: she'll tell you the classic scam that all credit repair companies do, that they know a "way" to get through to the executives at the credit companies, they know how to negotiate the bad marks off, etc. It's a total scam. When you question Deanna Pelle and ask why so much money upfront, she'll get suspicious, a bit angry, and try to get off the phone quickly. By the way you can never reach them by phone. She'll call you when she wants money, but you'll never get through. Once you pay them money, kiss it goodbye, you'll never see if again. Look up her credentials: she went to a no-name college and basically a phone business school. These aren't high-level finance people here--it's low level scammers.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/04/2009 03:50 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Strategy-Credit-Group/Greenwich-Connecticut-/Strategy-Credit-Group-Credit-Strategy-Group-Try-to-get-money-upfront-she-gets-VERY-ANGR-533979. 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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