- Report: #1126473
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Complaint Review: US Institute for Excellence in Commerce
US Institute for Excellence in Commerce3226 Woodley Road, NW Washington, Dist of Columbia USA
US Institute for Excellence in Commerce, USIEC.org Meaningless award scam Washington District of Columbia
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Owner of company has received multiple notices from this group claiming that they are recognizing our company as a United States Excellence Award recipient, with a panel of industry executives that met and determined which companies met and exceeded industry benchmarks.
Basically what they are SELLING is a framed certificate, a crystal award, and a very vague press release, all the spectacular price of $358.00, more or less. These items are useless because this is not a well-known, or doubtfully even real, organization. You can find what appears to be a press release by them on google, but it appears to be FAKE.
Names of the 'executive panel' are not included on their website, so how is one to know who they are? What gives this mystery panel the deciding factor in anything?
There is a key word on one of their pages that leads to believe this website was generated by someone in/from Canada based on it's FRENCH origin. [continued below]....
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