I have read through many of the reports on this site regarding this "company" It saddens me to know there are people out there (monsters if you will) that make a living stealing from hardworking people like you and me.
I have received two phone calls from company. This first time I almost got sucked in but I thought it was extremely fishy that rep (named Denvil) wouldn't mail me any of the information for me to look over before agreeing to this program, all the while he kept badgering me for my account information so I could get this garaunteed grant.
After I told him to mail me everything and I will have my attorny look at it and make sure it's legit, he hung up on me.
That was in December and today he called me again, the same exact guy (with an indian accent) Before he could get a word in edge wise I asked for his name the name of the company and their location (which this phone call was New Hampshhire). After I got those answers I all of a sudden got disconnected.
I want to say I feel for those who got tricked into thinking this was a legitiment company and had their money stolen from them.
Now because I did not have any money taken from me I cant report anything to the better busines bureau, but I can hopefully give anyone some insight on how to do it. Please go to www.bbb.org or http://complaint.bbb.org
The following is from the site itself:
The complaint includes the complainant's name and postal address;
The complaint includes the company's name and provides sufficient information to determine the company's location. A mail address or phone number (except for toll-free numbers) will ordinarily be sufficient;
The complaint seeks assistance from the Better Business Bureau;
The complaint is from a customer, or the customer's authorized representative, of the company complained about. Authorized representatives include lawyers and guardians or caretakers who are filing on behalf of minor children, the elderly, or persons with disabilities;
The complaint relates to a marketplace issue (see below for a list of complaints we cannot handle);
The complaint alleges a problem experienced with the services or products that the company provided or agreed to provide;
The complaint is not in litigation and has not been resolved by a previous court action, arbitration, or settlement between the parties; and
The complaint contains no abusive language.
Or if you really want to make this public someone should call Help Me Howard on Fox News New York.
I hope that the victims of this scam can seek their retributions.
Butler, New Jersey
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