To ALL prospective business opportunity consumers,
I would sincerely like to convey my complete and total disappointment with Mario Signorelli and his "Business Opportunity". I was mislead to believe that buying into this "Business Opportunity" with Mario Signorelli would be an amazing opportunity for me to start my own business. Sure I knew it would be hard work on my part and I was more than willing to do this.
After going to Las Vegas to be receive "On the job training" I soon realized that this was a scam. While in Las Vegas I found myself waiting for hours on end to hear from Mario Signorelli to go train in the application of products that I had paid for. I was under the impression that all training had been prearranged. It didn't take me long to figure out this was just a scam. No training had been prearranged. We would just show up and Mario would demonstrate products that I had no knowledge of. IE: Grill Cleaner.
I was lead to believe Mario would train me his self if I came to Las Vegas and all I would be responsible for was my plane ticket and food. Mario had arranged for me to have a room at The Tuscany Suites Hotel gratis as they are a customer.
I was told to fill out and Application For Purchase and to give it a day to be verified. I was notified that I qualified to purchase into this "Business Opportunity" and at that time I was instructed to wire transfer $16,876.04 for the system I purchased. Little did I know the wire transfer of $16,876.04 was being put directly into Mario Signorelli's acount for Go Posi. I was lead to believe Mario Signorelli was doing business with Ceiltech/Posigrip when in ALL actuality he was going behind their backs and was being dishonest with me and his partner Charlie Werz in Daytona, Florida.
After realizing what I had gotten into I sent a demand letter to Mario Signorelli demanding my money be returned as I had received no training or products. I have yet to receive any type of refund. This has been going on since 4/23/12.
Mario Signorelli is a fast talker and will try to convince you that he has your best interests at heart. I am a harworking honest businessman and I really would not like this to happen to any one else.