Report: #334264

Complaint Review: Ray Reynolds Survived - Irvine California

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  • Reported By: Gulfport Mississippi
  • Ray Reynolds Survived One Technology Drive Building H Irvine, California U.S.A.

Ray Reynolds University - Monterey Financial Services Irvine California

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I am not angry with Mr. Reynolds, I am sure his program work. I am angey with the associates with the company and how things are handle to misinform customers.

I saw Ray on TV and ordered the free blueprint. After given many other selections by the operator I ask to check out the realestate bonus.

A package came and in about a month another package which was identical to the first package arrived. I did not understand that this was the real estate package because it was the same. I just put it to the side.

I also recieved a phone call from my suppose to be coach, who was to assist me with the real estate. He said it would be an additional $3,000 dollars and he would get me a $100,000 dollar credit line and teach me how to secure real estate with no money or little money.

I ask him if the $58.40 was going to be discontinued since I accepted the plan to work with him and he said he would take care it. Each month since my account has been debit.

I have tried to handle the matter myself to no avail. I need help because this is unfair. He ask if I recieved a package and I explain that I recieved two of the same packages.

He ask me to send the package back and I did. It was after the 30 days because he said I did not have to pay the $58.40 since I entered the $3,000 program.

The problem is, "This is misleading and false information." I am paying for something I am not getting and noone seems to care. I have excellent credit and do not want to mess it up with matters of this nature.

My business credit is also excellent without help from the company. I could dispute the charges but I've been told that Montrery Financial Services will put derogatory remarks on my credit report.

I am told that the matter has been solved but the Financial Services said no, I will have to pay the whole amount whether I recieve anything for it or not.

I am sure Mr. Reynolds is honest but he needs to be made aware of the misleading, misinforming, false information given out by his salesmen and coaches.

Gulfport, Mississippi

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AUTHOR: Fu-mcs_and_mfs - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, January 26, 2009
They are listed with the BBB.org as:

Business ID: 1186-0009000136
Name: Monterey Financial Services Inc
Address: 4095 Avenida De La Plata
City: Oceanside
State/County: CA
Zip/Postal Code: 92056

Federal Trade Commision
600 Penselvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC. 20580

Both Monterey Financial Services and Monterey Collection Services are the same company at the same address witht he same phone numbers. Don't let them to continue illegal fraudulant practices.
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