- Report: #1036864
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Complaint Review: UNITED BUSINESS BROKERS
UNITED BUSINESS BROKERS6995s Union park, midvale utah Internet United States of America
UNITED BUSINESS BROKERS TOM MAHER, UNITED BUSINESS BROKERS, FRAUD CHEAT, LIE, LAWSUITS PENDING TOM MAHER IS A CHEAT, LIAR, FRUAD, SCAM ARTIST BUSINESS BROKER , Internet
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The real travesty is that if you are a seller, Tom is making the decisions for you on what buyers he thinks should buy your business? It is clear that Tom Maher puts his commission before the deal, as he was unwilling to Co-broker the deal with my representatives. A $5 million purchase price Tom and you charge 10% ( $500k) and you refused to Co-broker? A $250k commission on a sale is pretty good, but obviously not good enough for Tom Maher? Tom also threatened that he would sue me if i contacted the seller directly and asked him to Co-broker. [continued below]....
Bottom line is Tom Maher with United Business Brokers is Old, out dated, slow, offensive, rude, fraudulent, greedy, and just an unprofessional.
DO NOT USE TOM MAHER OR UNITED BUSINESS BROKERS WHEN SELLING YOUR BUSINESS!!!
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