Premier Mentoring contacted my elderly mother while she was mourning my step-dad's death and on pain medication, following a surgery, and offered to help her start a business. They charged her more than $13,000, initially, and then continued the scams with multiple phone calls and charges per day every day, thereafter. Finally, she caught on after she no longer needed the pain medication.
By the time we got her credit cards cancelled, Premier Mentoring and it's other company names, all at the same physical address, had charged her more than $25,000. When my Mom disputed the charges they'd made without her authorization, etc, Premier Mentoring said they'd sue her for violating her contract. She sent them a letter, demanding that they only communicate with her in writing, via mail, concerning her dispute; they refused, and continue to call her on her home phone and cell phone more than 15 times per day, every day, stalking and harassing her.
Further, additional fraudulent charges just popped up on her cards that they'd charged her, without ever speaking to her or selling her anything else (fraudulent or otherwise) over and over again, in amounts as small as $1,900 and as large as $9,995. Premier Mentor's entire staff, owners, and all employees and staff associated with them and their businesses all need to go to jail for credit card fraud, and they need to be sued for the money they've stolen from my Mother and all of the other victims they've committed fraud against.
This company and the criminals that work for them should all spend at least a decade in jail, all of their belongings need to be liquidated and distributed to the victims, and all of them need to spend the rest of their lives as registered felons. This 'company' is a criminal enterprise. The state of Utah has an obligation to assist authorities in other states in shutting this criminal enterprise down, immediately, and in seeing every one of these people indicted and prosecuted for these crimes.