- Report: #1119321
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Complaint Review: AshurTech, Inc
AshurTech, IncMoultrie, Georgia USA
AshurTech, Inc John WilkersonTony Watson DO NOT PAY EMPLOYEES Moultrie Georgia
*Author of original report: Paid In Full thank you John Wilkerson
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I am a cell tower climber. I worked for AshurTech, John Wilkerson CEO and Tony Watson COB, on a job in Maryland for Nexius. I reported my time as the company required from January 1 thur 15 2014. I was supposed to get paid on January 25th. As of today my team and I have not been paid. They come up with every excuse not to pay me and our team, but I can assure you they got paid for the work we did and kept the money. I was told this is not the first time John Wilkerson has done this. His former company Superior Communication Solutions, Inc., (SCSI) was sued in Florida by 6 of his former employees 8:12-CV-2052-T-17AEP he owed hundreds of thousands of dollars (Never Paid) and oh, he closed that business to open AshurTech.
I have also learned that SCSI and John Wilkerson were sued by a company CMB for Misappropriation of Trade Secrets in Federal Court Central District of California case #SACU12-00360 CJC. How can this guy be in business? Stay away from these people. I was told our Chairman of the Board was some retired admiral Tony Watson, I looked him up on the internet and he was charged was some sexual misconduct while in the military as an Admiral!!! Go figure these guys are working together.
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