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Complaint Review: THE ZAKEN COMPANY AKA QUICK SELL LIQUIDATORS

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  • Submitted: Tue, October 22, 2002
  • Updated: Wed, October 23, 2002

  • Reported By:Concord NC
THE ZAKEN COMPANY AKA QUICK SELL LIQUIDATORS
13034 Jolette Avenue Granada Hills, California United States of America

THE ZAKEN COMPANY AKA QUICK SELL LIQUIDATORS ripoff fraudulent business SCAM con artist did not follow through with promise to assist in business venture. Granada Hills California
*UPDATE: Rip-off Report REVIEW: many complaints posted by a competitor, new policies in place, easy refund policy, excellent business opportunity - Consumers can feel confident and secure when doing business with Zaken Corp

*Consumer Suggestion: Do it yourself...

*Consumer Suggestion: Do it yourself...

*Consumer Suggestion: Do it yourself...

*Consumer Suggestion: Do it yourself...

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SPECIAL UPDATE:September 27 2012: Tiran Zaken remains committed to increased customer satisfaction and has improved their business practices over the years to better serve their customers. Tiran Zaken is truly dedicated to making sure their customers are satisfied and that any complaints which do arise are addressed promptly and fairly.

To date, Tiran Zaken has made good faith efforts to resolve all complaints reported on Ripoff Report. Based on our experience, the member business has proven to be among the top members of the Ripoff Report Corporate Advocacy Business Remediation and Customer Satisfaction Program as a Verified Safe Business.

Over time and since becoming a member, Tiran Zaken has remained actively engaged and improving the way they address customer service complaints. As an active and current member of the Ripoff Report Corporate Advocacy Business Remediation and Customer Satisfaction Program we are happy to report that now more than ever Tiran Zaken remains committed to improving customer satisfaction.

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 NAPW - Tiran Zaken is Rip-off Report Verified I started with Quick-Sell Liquidators about 1 day ago. I was told that if I found closeout merchandise according to the formula Mr Zaken outlined, I could make at least $4280 approximate monthly.

My personal salesman, Nick Lasorsa, would find the buyers for the merchandise that I located. I would get a 50% commission on whatever they resold the merchandise for.

I was to fill out a merchandise analysis form, which explained all about the merchandise, the company where I got the merchandise and how much the bid price would be.

I tried to contact Mr Lasorsa a multiple times and only got is voicemailbox which was full. Fortunately I went to Altavista website and did a search on The Zaken Company and came up with numerous ripped off reports of Unsatisfied Associates.

I feel I have been ripped off big time and probably many others have too.

Kenneth Concord, North Carolina


This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/22/2002 01:58 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/THE-ZAKEN-COMPANY-AKA-QUICK-SELL-LIQUIDATORS/Granada-Hills-California-91344/THE-ZAKEN-COMPANY-AKA-QUICK-SELL-LIQUIDATORS-ripoff-fraudulent-business-SCAM-con-artist-di-33151. 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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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Do it yourself...

AUTHOR: The Fraud Chick - ()

Kenneth,

After reading countless complaints about the Zaken Company it would appear as though they are in the business of selling the idea of business to people rather than an opportunity to make real money.

The thing about the liquidation business is that its a cottage industry. The industry is a very tight knit group that takes care of its own and looks upon outsiders as fly-by-night operations that are more interested in a fast buck rather than pleasing the customer.

Want to get into the liquidation business? Be careful what you ask for because you just might get it.and brother, will you get it. This is something you can do yourself.

Use your internet search engine to research mailing addresses of some US manufacturers like Mirro, 3M and countless othersif youre lucky you may get a retailer, but most of those have contracts with major liquidators.

The manufacturers pull together lines of product for retailers across the country. The majority have in stock product thats either outdated, damaged or didnt movethats the stuff you want to take off their hands. But not so fast, its not as easy as that. There are contracts involved where you may have to deface the product and then you may be forbidden to sell the item within so many miles of certain retailers. It can be very difficult to get rid of liquidated stock and liquidators are often stuck with the cost of storage and destruction.

As for Zaken, take them to small claims and get every dollar back.

Good Luck,
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

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AUTHOR: The Fraud Chick - ()

Kenneth,

After reading countless complaints about the Zaken Company it would appear as though they are in the business of selling the idea of business to people rather than an opportunity to make real money.

The thing about the liquidation business is that its a cottage industry. The industry is a very tight knit group that takes care of its own and looks upon outsiders as fly-by-night operations that are more interested in a fast buck rather than pleasing the customer.

Want to get into the liquidation business? Be careful what you ask for because you just might get it.and brother, will you get it. This is something you can do yourself.

Use your internet search engine to research mailing addresses of some US manufacturers like Mirro, 3M and countless othersif youre lucky you may get a retailer, but most of those have contracts with major liquidators.

The manufacturers pull together lines of product for retailers across the country. The majority have in stock product thats either outdated, damaged or didnt movethats the stuff you want to take off their hands. But not so fast, its not as easy as that. There are contracts involved where you may have to deface the product and then you may be forbidden to sell the item within so many miles of certain retailers. It can be very difficult to get rid of liquidated stock and liquidators are often stuck with the cost of storage and destruction.

As for Zaken, take them to small claims and get every dollar back.

Good Luck,
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Do it yourself...

AUTHOR: The Fraud Chick - ()

Kenneth,

After reading countless complaints about the Zaken Company it would appear as though they are in the business of selling the idea of business to people rather than an opportunity to make real money.

The thing about the liquidation business is that its a cottage industry. The industry is a very tight knit group that takes care of its own and looks upon outsiders as fly-by-night operations that are more interested in a fast buck rather than pleasing the customer.

Want to get into the liquidation business? Be careful what you ask for because you just might get it.and brother, will you get it. This is something you can do yourself.

Use your internet search engine to research mailing addresses of some US manufacturers like Mirro, 3M and countless othersif youre lucky you may get a retailer, but most of those have contracts with major liquidators.

The manufacturers pull together lines of product for retailers across the country. The majority have in stock product thats either outdated, damaged or didnt movethats the stuff you want to take off their hands. But not so fast, its not as easy as that. There are contracts involved where you may have to deface the product and then you may be forbidden to sell the item within so many miles of certain retailers. It can be very difficult to get rid of liquidated stock and liquidators are often stuck with the cost of storage and destruction.

As for Zaken, take them to small claims and get every dollar back.

Good Luck,
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Do it yourself...

AUTHOR: The Fraud Chick - ()

Kenneth,

After reading countless complaints about the Zaken Company it would appear as though they are in the business of selling the idea of business to people rather than an opportunity to make real money.

The thing about the liquidation business is that its a cottage industry. The industry is a very tight knit group that takes care of its own and looks upon outsiders as fly-by-night operations that are more interested in a fast buck rather than pleasing the customer.

Want to get into the liquidation business? Be careful what you ask for because you just might get it.and brother, will you get it. This is something you can do yourself.

Use your internet search engine to research mailing addresses of some US manufacturers like Mirro, 3M and countless othersif youre lucky you may get a retailer, but most of those have contracts with major liquidators.

The manufacturers pull together lines of product for retailers across the country. The majority have in stock product thats either outdated, damaged or didnt movethats the stuff you want to take off their hands. But not so fast, its not as easy as that. There are contracts involved where you may have to deface the product and then you may be forbidden to sell the item within so many miles of certain retailers. It can be very difficult to get rid of liquidated stock and liquidators are often stuck with the cost of storage and destruction.

As for Zaken, take them to small claims and get every dollar back.

Good Luck,
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