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Report: #17156

Complaint Review: National Home Employment Services a/k/a NHES - Roseville Illinois

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  • National Home Employment Services a/k/a NHES 380 South Main Street Roseville, Illinois U.S.A.

National Home Employment Services, NHES, American Home Worker's Assoc, Global Information Systems SCAM, Fradulant unauthorized multiple drafts from checking account, Non-delivery of product Roseville Illinois

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: online gambling commission

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There is some justice in this world - and the State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General fought for it and won!

But there are still 49 other States and foreign countries where these criminals are still allowed to make you one of their victims!

This is my story:

On November 12, 2000 I made application to NHES (National Home Employment Services)for their services. The cost was $29.95 which they drafted against my checking account on November 13, 2000. I never received any information from them.

I sent multiple E-mail letter requesting status of my application. But every E-mail was answered with the exact same message -"Please Accept Our Apologies If You are Accepting This Email Confirmation Late. We Were Experiencing Technical Difficulties With Our Mail Software." And then there was the Application Confirmation notice signed by Danielle E. Sours.

On January 11, 2001 they again drafted another $29.95 from my checking account. I contacted my bank and spoke with personnel who advised me to find out as much as I could about the company and they would work on their end to get my money for the 2nd draft refunded. I dug right in and was really not surprised at what I found.

Since the bank was involved now with NHES' fraudulent act of unauthorized taking of funds from my account, I started with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the Georgia Office of Consumer Affairs, the Georgia Better Business Bureau and the Better Business Bureau of Central Illinois. It was here at the BBB of Central Illinois that I did a search on National Home Employment Service and found that "this company has an unsatisfactory record with the Bureau due to a pattern of complaints. NHES also has a pattern of failure to respond to complaints presented by the BBB. Complaints alleging non delivery of product and multiple charges from the company."

They were also listed as Doing-Business-As: American Home Worker's Association, Global Information Systems, Inc., JobCrop.com and www.homejobsource.com

It was the BBB of Illinois that recommended I contact the Illinois Attorney General, Consumer Fraud Division at 217-782-1090.. I called and spoke with his office. They sent me a Consumer Complaint form which I completed and returned to them with my back-up documentation from my E-mail and Internet communications including information I had found indicating Chris E. Sours as the "owner", and that he was using the name Danielle Sours in his postings. The name Donna Blackton as Mgr, Position Placement NHES and Web sites www.freeyellow.com/members/homeemployment/index.html, www.homejobsource.com were also found.

In Donna Blackton's e-mail she also named along with HomeJobSource Inc and JobCrop Inc (both a/n/a for NHES) the companies DataPac Inc, DataAce Inc, KoolCom.Com Inc, DataComp Inc and DataNet Corp as companies with positions that had been contracted to begin in mid-November of 2000 with NHES.

I also answered an ad in FlipDog (a very reputable company by the way!) for "Home Workers Needed!" to which they responded they had sent my application to C&E Services (ceservices2000@aol.com)

Obviously, Chris/Danielle Sours and Donna Blackton had and still have an extremely elaborate SCAM and maze working throughout the Internet.

But as of March 4th, 2002, in the case of "People of the State of Illinois v. Chris Sours and Danielle Sours, individually and doing business as National Home Employment Services, a/k/a NHES, Warren County; Case Number: oo-CH-31", an injunction which permanently bars the Sours' from operating a job referral or job listing service within the State of Illinois was issued.

Again, unfortunately there are 49 other States and many foreign countries that still allow these criminals to operate. So Beware!

Judy
Duluth, Georgia

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