To all consumers considering doing business with Topaz Financial Services, Swift Rock Financial Services, Mesa Rock Financial Services, and Clear Your Debt Incorporated before you do business with any of these companies just ask yourself one questions. Would you do business with a company that lies, cheats, and misleads their employees? I worked at Topaz Financial Services for three months and I've never worked for a company that mislead its employees as much as Topaz Financial Services does.
Additionally, they owe me about $3100 in commission that they will never pay me and they have done this to several former employees. Furthermore, they pay their employees $9.00/hr (which is actually an advanced draw against further commissions earned). However, Jordan Lane the minority owner of the company stood in front of the
whole sales floor and said as of, "January 1, 2009 you will no longer be on a draw but you will be paid hourly plus commission and any hourly pay you recieve will not be deducted from future commission earned".
Well, a couple months later when Topaz Employees discovered their commission was short they were told by Topaz Management that this whole time they were on an hourly draw that is deducted from their commission. Eventhough Jordan Lane stated the direct opposite. Additionally, Topaz Financial Services is the only company I've ever worked for that doesn't give their Sales Reps a print out of deals that they are getting paid for on their commission checks.
I've never heard of a company doing that and they only reason why a company would do this is to DECIEVE AND CHEAT their employees. During the three months I worked at Topaz, numerous employees complained about their commission checks being short. It took them two months to pay me the $2560 they owed me and they still owe me $3100. I had to talk to Managements on about 12 different occassions to get the $2560 they owed me. Additionally, when an employee complains about their commission being short they get fired. During the three months I worked at Topaz Financial Services, they probably had 40 people quit or get fired becuase they were shorted on their commission, not paid on sales contest, or lied about being on hourly plus commission as opposed to a an advance draw subtracted from commissions.
So buy people quitting because they are not being paid their commissions or by Topaz firing people because they are complaining about not being paid on their commissions (that they earned) means one thing--TOPAZ GETS AWAY WITH NOT HAVING TO PAY THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN COMMISSION THAT THEiR EMPLOYEES EARNED!! So to all consumers thinking about doing business with Topaaz Financial Services, Mesa Rock Financial Services, Swift Rock Financial Services, or Clear Your Debt ask yourself one question. Do you feel comfortable doing business with a company that does this to its employees? Do you feel comfortable doing business with a company that engages in these business practices?
One more thing to consider Topaz Financail Services in San Antonio, Tx, Swift Rock Financial Services In Austin, Tx, Mesa Rock Financial Services in Houston, tx, and Clear Your Debt are all owed by the same owner but they are all under different names. That makes no sense at all. That would be like McDonald's being under different names in each city it does business in. All legitimate Companies operate under the same name to create product fimiliarity or brand recognition, that is a fundemental principle of business.
However, I think the only reason why a company would do that is to conceal their identity. Furthermore, they all operate under seperate LLC's so if one company is sued and is shut down it wouldn't effect the other companies. Bottom line they operate under seperate names to conceal their identity and to protect their interest. Also, just think of legitimate companies like Mcdonalds, Boeing, IBM, and Dell Computers. Do they operate under different name? Offcourse not because they are not trying to conceal their identity.
To all US Consumer thinking of doing business with any of the aforementioned companies just ask yourself one more question. Would you do business with a company that operates under three different names? Doesn't it seems like they are trying to conceal or decieve information? Do legitimate companies engage in that activity?
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