Report: #511666

Complaint Review: Lionheart Assurance Solutions - Seattle Washington

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  • Reported By: Linda — Kent Washington USA
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  • Lionheart Assurance Solutions Seattle, Washington United States of America

Lionheart Assurance Solutions False Marketing Seattle, Washington

*Consumer Comment: Lionheart Assurance Solutions, LP, Miami Region BBB

*Consumer Comment: Lionheart

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LionHeart Assurance Solutions is a Pre-Paid Legal duplicate with an impressive website and misleading career offers to the unsuspecting, uninformed unemployed.

As a former manager, I posted my resume on line and recently received an email expressing interest in an interview with me from LionHeart Assurance.  They also forwarded a questionaire and submitted that I had "excellent responses."  In an email, they mentioned that there would be an excercise following the 90 minute interview and a phone interview following that.

I was to go to an office park, let the receptionist know that I had an interview scheduled with LionHeart Assurance, and then participate in a "face to face interview" whereby we could complete the first step of the "mutual evaluation process."  I was intending to go, however, after further research, I requested information from the interested party about the interview.  No response.  I attempted to call a local number for LionHeart Assurance Solutions, no number listed.  I even contacted the HR listed on the LionHeart website. No response.

This is a false premise to get people to believe they are going to a legitimate interview only to find that LionHeart is seeking unemployed people to invest their own money in an individual contract "1099" business to sell legal services and credit identity theft protection to small businesses.  They have plenty of Google sites touting their company, however, for people seeking employment,there is no salary or base plus commission, nor it would appear, a viable position.  I am going to file a complaint with the BBB as well.  This is not an ethical way to conduct business, preying on the multitude of unemployed people in this country. It would appear to be another pyramid scheme, although I did not attend the interview, so it's only a guess. They only started the business in June of 2009.  I encourage people to do their research before wasting precious time on this apparent scam.


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#2 Consumer Comment

Lionheart Assurance Solutions, LP, Miami Region BBB

AUTHOR: Tom - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Sunday, July 03, 2011

I too received an invite.
I knew it was piece of crap but looked it up on internet anyway.
Came to the rip off site site and saw comments.
Saw the A+ rating of the commenter and didn't believe it so I checked BB Florida and they have all the Lionheart Assurance Solutions, LP listed. The company has No Rating at all at the moment.
 Just goes to show how trustworthy the company is when it places shills on Rip Off site providing misinfo to the readers. The fact it is a "LP" also flags it, plus it sends unsolicited emails, In summary it certainly appears that this firms isn't exactly providing an ethical start.

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AUTHOR: MsMejia - (United States of America)

POSTED: Tuesday, May 03, 2011

I too have received the invitation to attend a meeting with Lionheart and after some research have found them to be accredited by the BBB with an A+ rating.  Now maybe its just me but if there are no complaints with the BBB about this company then I think that everything is all good with them.  I might even go in for the interview just to see what is really up with the company.

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