- Report: #455669
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: R. L. Stevens & Associates
R. L. Stevens & Associates800 South St. Waltham, Massachusetts U.S.A.
R. L. Stevens - R. L. Stevens & Associates How much profit do you need to make to abstain from 2/3rd of your revenues? Bedford New Hampshire
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Resume writing, cover letter writing, role play training, a DVD, access to a database.
This is what they promise:
8-10 weeks job search (even in this global economic downturn) and a success rate of 98% in finding a job that pays 50% more than your old job.
This is the price tag:
some $5300, plus a fee on job acceptance which depends on the salary, up to another 9k.
Alternatively: $4975 (only offered to YOU, because you are so special) and zero additional fees on acceptance.
Now do the math:
Instead of 5k+9k=$14k in 8-10 weeks, they aim for $5k RIGHT NOW, which is roughly only 1/3 of the possible revenue. Despite the success rate is told to be 98% and the additional 2/3 would be due in only 3 months!
-66% in 3 months are several (!) 100% per year. Several 100% per year are also available at places like Lehman Brothers, Bernie Madoff and others.
This is what you save yourself if you allow them to have no stakes or financial interest in your success. Cashing in a large fee upfront and then being completely out of the game obviously means a lot to them.
Manchester NH, New Hampshire
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/27/2009 06:22 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/R-L-Stevens-Associates/Waltham-Massachusetts-02453/R-L-Stevens-R-L-Stevens-Associates-How-much-profit-do-you-need-to-make-to-abstain-455669. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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