Complaint Review: ExecRank
ExecRank Sean McDonald Scam - Misrepresents Service. Takes your money, refuses to refund once you see through their sham Novata, California Nationwide
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Say it agen Sam
*Consumer Comment: It's a scam
*Consumer Suggestion: ExecRank Could Settle This in 5 Minutes
*Consumer Comment: Sam G
*Consumer Comment: Not True - They're a scam
*Consumer Comment: Agree with Author
*Author of original report: Last word
*Consumer Comment: “I do not think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday.” ― Abraham Lincoln
*Author of original report: Further proof of scam
*Consumer Comment: Complaining does not work as a strategy. We all have finite time and energy. Any time we spend whining is unlikely to help us achieve our goals. And it won't make us happier.
ExecRank is a scam. I wished I had checked the reputation of the company prior to signing up. I cancelled after I realized that none of their so-called board positions were real, or at least none of the ones they connected me to. After months, I found no connection, and most of the positions that were even close to my skills were mysteriously filled prior to discussion. The few connections I made through ExecRank wanted money from me. And, as others online have mentioned I still got charged for one more month (another $200) because I did not cancel on the day before the billing cycle. This, of course, is contrary to the sales pitch they give you when they talk you into joining the service where they say you can cancel "at any time." What is the good of being able to cancel "at any time" ? In actuality you can cancel the day before they charge you for the following month. You get a one day window to cancel (I cancelled the day after that one day window, hence my chagrin). They claim the reason for that policy is that they don't want people "poaching" opportunities. If ExecRank were a reputable company, they would be getting opportunities on a regular basis, there would be no arbitrary monthly tempo associated with "new" opportunities coming in. So, forcing members who have resigned the service to arbitrarily pay for the next month after they resign goes counter to their concern about poaching. If they really get "new" opportunities on a regular basis it would make the poaching risk even worse since that member, who knows he's resigning, gets exposed to those (allegedly regularly coming in) opportunities. If they were really worried about poaching, they would let you go as soon as you know you want to go. Given this, I can only surmise that the majority of their revenue is gained from exploiting this hook in their contract and squeezing an extra $200 for those foolish enough, as I was, to join their service. It's not the money. I am ashamed to admit it but I have paid over $200 for a tie. My advice: don't do it. Months into it, nothing but emails and meetings that go nowhere. Essentially, I paid ExecRank money to set up meetings with people who further solicited me for money. I have relatives for that, don't need to pay ExecRank.
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