Report: #900727

Complaint Review: Corporate Records Service

  • Submitted: Thu, June 21, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, June 21, 2012
  • Reported By: Anonymous — Atlanta Georgia USA
  • Corporate Records Service
    PO Box 5618
    Tallahassee, Florida
    United States of America

Corporate Records Service Business Fraud - Tries to solicit money and company information Tallahassee, Florida

*General Comment: Better Business Bureau

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This company requests annual minutes and wants $125 filing fee. They give you the option of mailing payment or filling it out online. Contacted our laywer as well as the state of Florida. This is a fraud. We have reported them to the FBI, FTC and BBB. Do NOT send this company any money! They are not affliated with any state and even on the envelope it stated "This is not a Government Document".

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#1 General Comment

Better Business Bureau

AUTHOR: Gem - ()

The Better Business Bureau of Southeast Florida and the Caribbean is warning business owners to watch out for what they say are deceptive letters from a service offering to file unnecessary state paperwork — for $125.

BBB spokesman Michael Galvin said his organization has received more than 100 complaints in the past week about official-looking solicitations from Corporate Records Service. The mailing quotes Florida statutes requiring corporations to keep annual meeting minutes, then say completing and returning an enclosed form and the fee by Oct. 12 will "satisfy the annual minutes requirement."                    KEEP  REPORTING  and get rid of these RIP OFF  people  =====

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