- Report: #130114
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: USight, The Summit Group, Links4Trade, PMI
USight, The Summit Group, Links4Trade, PMI727 North 1550 East Suite 300 Orem, Utah U.S.A.
USight, The Summit Group, Links4Trade, PMI ripoff fraudulent scam Orem Utah
*Author of original report: uSight, MYEBIZ, The Summit Group, Links4Trade, ripoff, fruadulent, scam
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That's correct. I did receive a $1000.00 refund, of the $2695.00 which should of been paid in full and then some. I intentionally left that out hoping for an immediate response, as I knew I would be able to update this claim. I will now address the problems with The Summit Group that you say didn't exist. I was so needy at the time that I forgot to make a copy of the check. I needed you or someone to acknowledge that I even had problems. Thank you for acknowledging that a problem existed, because The Summit Group and uSight were in denial of any wrong doings when you both responded to my complaint with Utah's Consumer Protection. August 23, 2004, I received an E-mail from CEO Tonny Brandt Andersen of uSight, naming your company responsible and how I needed to take this matter up with The Summit Group, because I had sent the cashiers check to your company, to your address at the directions of Greg Joiner, the companies Sr. Director. And now you're saying your company is not the one with a problem. A perfect example of how you all having been bouncing these problems back and forth. It took over a month to receive the refund after you said it was mailed, despite my notifying the company several times about the address change, prior to sending the check. What is your title or position? Lehi, you were the accountant, supposedly. I've never had any contact with you until I hadn't received the check. You make it sound as if you have assisted me throughout this whole ordeal. You only corrected my mailing address and issued and reissued the checks. Perhaps you will tell me about the other issues you've helped me with, that I don't know about. I've had at least 25 different conversations with Erik Larson, who was to be a superior over the coward Greg Joiner, who never returned a call to me after I put that cashiers check in the mail. Erik did nothing more than listen to my complaints. The person who reponded to the compaint with the Department of Consumer Protection named Kristy Caldwell suggested that I should have a refund of $1000.00. Immediately after that, I was told that she was no longer working for the firm. Did she get fired because she made such an offer!!! I would like you and the other employee's to conduct a search on the False Claims Act. Repond!!! There is something in it for you. How did your company receive my contact information, when you now and then say you're not affiliated with uSight and Links4Trade. You didn't mention PMI. Are you still affiliated with them? I now believe uSight has violated the Privacy Rights Act when they gave my name and contact information to The Summit Group that prompted Greg to call me. I was told that I would immediately receive a receipt listing the purchases. When it did arrive, it showed that I had purchased the following. Design Package,6 Advanced Coaching Sessions, Platinum L4T plus 2,000 Guaranteed Visitors. (The first coach I had, said and e-mailed me saying I had purchased 8 coaching sessions). Greg led me to believe that I was purchasing an addition to the Platinum Package at a sale price, calling it a different name. I had informed him that I had purchased the Platinum Package from Usight. He said the additional package was needed because of the many products I use on the site. It wasn't until I obtained a receipt via the e-mail on May 19, 2004, that appeared as if I had bought the same package twice. A e-mail I received from the Design Package manager named Neal Jenks on April 7, 2004, said they were to start laying out the text for the site within a few days. He followed up after my complains of not starting, apologizing for the delay, saying they were swamped and said he knows, we've been told at the seminar that they would get started building our sites within 2 weeks if we needed to. The site wasn't up and functioning until June. I attended the seminar on March 18, 2004 and Greg contacted me on March 31, 2004. When I attended uSights seminar, we were told that we were purchasing everything needed to get started. Greg, was inquiring more information about the type of business I had. He said that once the site was completed, how my company would be featured on uSights web-site as a promotion to increase sales, as the other 3 people talk of there experience. He directed me to the site. Only those 3 people and their businesses have been featured since. I was also told that I would have coaching lessons and would be given instructions on how to make money selling and/or leasing the other 4 web-sites and 4 merchants accounts and help me with getting my products on E-bay. I explained about me being laid off work, the latter part of April 2004, in how if I purchased the package at that time how I would recoup the money I spent and from that point on could expect $4-6,000.00 a month or more, with the combined services of uSight, The Summit Group, Links4Trade, PMI, the professionally built site, business featured, guaranteed hits and the enhanced traffic, etc The first coaches session with Josh Birmingham, ended after the 4th session, with him saying that there is nothing else to talk about until my web-site was completed. The 3rd and 4th sessions were shorter than the 30 minutes, that was to be, with him calling late and cutting the sessions short. He thereafter was not returning messages left on the phone and his e-mails were returned undelivered. I requested another coach that took about 3 weeks to get started. I was trying to ask questions about the rent and lease of the sites and E-bay and would be told that I am not at the point where I should concern myself and that would come later. His quotes was that I was trying to put the cart before the horse. He said that before our sessions would end, those issues would be discussed. They never was. The sessions abruptly ended when they were notified hat I filed a report with the Consumer of the Protection. He had provided more than 6 sessions and I was told that they were granting me the additional sessions because of the situation with the first coach. They never could reveal how many sessions I would receive at that time he started. I had to move and sale my house of 12-1/2 years, just to get reestablished, because of this uSight, Summit Group, PMI, and Links4Trade mess. We ought to see if we can find representation to sue the corrupt state of UTAH for negligence and allowing this to happen and to continue. We should go armed with hundreds of notes, arriving early to pass out at these seminars of this kind, with a message saying I was ripped off by a company named uSight, now called MYEBIZ. The former CEO for uSight was Tonny Brandt Andersen. For more information about this company and the one you are here for, PLEASE VISIT ripoffreport.com before making any purchases. Laronda Kansas City, Missouri
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