Report: #999781

Complaint Review: MD Network, Inc. and Emily VanHuss

  • Submitted: Sat, January 19, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, February 14, 2013
  • Reported By: bluewolf — Jupiter Florida United States of America
  • MD Network, Inc. and Emily VanHuss
    P.O.Box 1060,
    Kittredge, Colorado
    United States of America

MD Network, Inc. and Emily VanHuss HP Consulting, INC. RIP OFF? Don't know yet... Kittredge, Colorado

*UPDATE Employee: FROM THE COMPANY, NO!! you were not ripped off!! and to emilys mother

*General Comment: from the parent

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

Well, not sure I've been ripped off...yet.  I actually just thought I'd check out the website online, if there was one.  The girl who sold me the magazine told me there was and I could make a comment on the site about what an honest and friendly sales person she was.  Wow.  Then, I saw all these rip off articles about this company.  Can't believe I fell for it.  Whoever is responsible behind this should be caught.  Number one, they are exploiting children and it's sick.  SICK!  These kids will always be con artists now.  What else will they know how to do when they see how well their acting "pays" off. 

I gave cash so yeah, I'll never see that magazine, Motor Trend, that I got for my son who loves autos like most boys.  And while it was sickening to pay $45 for a one year subscription, I did it for a "good cause".  Emily was a sweetheart.  I had previously told kids who'd come to our door, "no" mainly because I didn't have any money on me.  It just so happened I'd won a little off a scratch off ticket so I gave it all to this girl.  Well, I didn't loose as much as some of these people but still, that's not the point.  You count 100's of people like me giving their cash away to these young punks and they are making a pretty darn good living, tax free, for doing a little bit of acting.  My daughter wants to go into acting.  Hmmm....kidding!  Wonder if these kid's parents know what their own are up to?  Doubt it.  Unless they're behind it as well.  Who knows?

So, how do you catch these guys?  Curious.  Maybe next time one of them shows up at my door, I'll think on my feet and turn them down, naturally, but then follow them once they walk out of my circle and see where they go.  Then, I'll turn in the license tag over to the police.  Only thing I can think of.

I'll update this if anything ever happens.  Good luck to others who want to stop these scam artists! 
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#1 UPDATE Employee

FROM THE COMPANY, NO!! you were not ripped off!! and to emilys mother

AUTHOR: HP Consutling, Inc Customer Service - (United States of America)

To the customer that had Emily come to her door, No, you were not ripped off by any means! and Emily is anything but a scam artist. Rather than posting garbage online, why don't you call the customer service number that is provided on the receipt that was given to you? TOLL FREE; 888.494.1472. Please call us at your earliest convenience, we are open
M-F 10am-3pm MST (Mountain Standard Time). Delivery of any subscription is, as stated on the receipt that you signed at the door, WITHIN 120 DAYS. Please provide us with your receipt number and we will be happy to look into your order to make sure your son receives his Motor Trend magazine. We can also provide to you, from the magazine publishers themselves, a receipt of your order. Thank you.

To Emily's mother,

It is very sad to see you post such negative comments about your own daughter online. Since Emily has been with us, she has gone above and beyond. We have NEVER heard anything bad about Emily since she has started working for MD
Networks, other than the garbage that her own "mother" has recently posted. Rather than publicly humiliating Emily's mother with the other side of the story we have heard, we would like to share with you a few great accomplishments that Emily has succeeded in while working for MD Networks. MD Networks keeps track of ALL the positive as well as negative feedback we hear from consumers, here are just a few comments we received in customer service as
it relates to Emily. The "M00000" stands as the consumers receipt number. 1/15/2013-2/14/2013; Emily Comments: M00024858+ Great Personality, 00025404+Polite and Cordial, 00024879+knowledgeable and patient-00026248, well-spoken 00025727, poised, wanted to adopt her 00013167, Polite-presented materials upfront, 00023318+polite and helpful. Emily, as well as the rest of MD Networks, has also recently participated in multiple charity events. The
Enchanted Forest Titusville, Fl. October. 2012 The volunteer efforts that MD Networks contributed to The Enchanted Forest were amazing. The crews luckily got there just in time after a big hurricane had hit, and were able to clear
paths for the public to still enjoy their facility. Not only did they pick up paths; they moved trees, plants, and rubbish that needed to be cleared allowing new growth for future paths. ***Emily joined MD Networks shortly after this*****(Rip off report is having trouble uploading images when posting this)  Toys for Tots. Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. December 2012.When Christmas time rolls around, the owner of MD Networks, does his part to give back to the community in which he is staying in. For the month of December, he put up a sales crew bonus geared towards Toys for Tots. Every time an agent made his/her quota, the company owner, took them to the nearest toy store to pick up a gift for Toys for Tots. MD Networks made 200+ little kids happy this holiday season. Specifically, Emily, was able to donate 17 toys to
less fortunate children.  March 2013. Habitat for Humanity, New Orleans. We will be working with Habitat for Humanity building and re-constructing small projects for the New Orleans area.

We will make sure to post a pic of MD Networks doing this (hopefully this website wil be functioning properly by then), as well as send a copy over to Emily's mother. Thank you.

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#2 General Comment

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AUTHOR: svanh - (United States of America)

I am the mother of the girl which you have reported and wish you had not given her the money. Emily seems very sweet but is a troubled girl who lies as easily as she breathes. Less than a week before the date on your report she was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. I know what she does but she is 20 and there is nothing I can do about it. I know because I've tried. I know posting about your own daughter may seem wrong but I'm hoping if word gets out she wont be able to make money on it and she'll come home.
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