Report: #1480233

Complaint Review: MedTech - Houston TX

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  • Reported By: Darcy — Aberdeen South Dakota United States
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  • MedTech 8811 Emmott Road, Ste 1600 Houston, TX United States

MedTech Majuscule, INC Tricked employee into verifying name and address to confirm shipment of gloves that had never ordered prior Houston TX

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A gal from this company called to speak with our employee that is in charge of ordering our medical supplies. Throughout the conversation, the MedTech rep spoke very fast and loud stating our facility had ordered from them in the past and there was an upcoming price change on the gloves so she wanted to get 2 cases sent out to us and simply needed to verify the spelling of her name and the shipping address.

Our employee is fairly new to her position so was not aware we have NEVER ordered or done business with this company. We have never shown these gloves in our inventory. MedTech is now calling demanding payment for $494.50 for items we have not received.

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