• Report: #1112810
Complaint Review:

Pennington Consulting Group LLC

  • Submitted: Fri, January 03, 2014
  • Updated: Fri, January 03, 2014

  • Reported By: Sarah Harper — Birmingham Alabama
Pennington Consulting Group LLC
2700 American St, Springdale, AR 72764 , Select State/Province USA

Pennington Consulting Group LLC Too many phones calls Arkansas

*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: No Upfront Fees and No Outbound Cold Calls...

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#1 UPDATE Employee ..inside information

No Upfront Fees and No Outbound Cold Calls...

AUTHOR: Pennington Consulting Group - (USA)

First - we do not ever charge upfront fees. We charge our fee once you get the funding in your hands.


We do what we say we can do and back it up with our performance based fee. 

We don't get paid until you get paid plain and simple.

If a person or company tries to charge you a sizeable or large upfront fee to get you funding. I suggest you run because it is a scam and you will lose your money and never even get any funding.

We teach this to our clients in hopes that they will spread the word so people don't keep getting scammed for tens of thousands of dollars.

Second - based on the date on this report filed and the name it does not match nor fit any client we have ever worked with. Her name does not even exist in our client system. We did a search. Also we have never worked with anyone from Birmingham, Alabama too.

Third - to address the claim regarding too many calls. We have a very straight forward policy. We do not make any outbound calls to anyone that has not come to our website and ask us to call them, referred to us by one of our referral partners wanting us to call their client because they asked to be called or lastly if the person called into our company and we are calling them back. No cold calls and no repetitive calls ever.

These claims seem to be fraud and a low blow initiated most likely by one of our competitors.

People love our company. Why?

It's simple. We actually get people funding and do what we say we are going to do.

This is why we have Businesses and People coming to us on a daily basis 7 days a week all day. This is why our referral partners refer us people daily. 

We love this business. We are good at what we do. And you actually get funded.

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