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1, Report #1364117
May 10 2017
04:36 PM
Green Ivy Publishing Breach of Contract, Negligence, Unprofessional, Incompetent.... Oakbrook Terr Illinois
Green Ivy quoted me  $6000 to edit and publish my book and stated in the contract my book would be ready for sale 90 days after my final payment was made. Jay called every few days for a payment. He seemed professional, until the collection calls got out of hand. I paid the balance and that is when the problems started. My book was split into sections and handed to multiple editors. Each time they would send me the edited version to approve there were more mistakes than the previos version they had just sent me. It took me a while to fix their mistakes. It was a nightmare, and I finally paid a professional to edit and fix their mistake which cost me more money. Then, the art dept. was also a nightmare. I was very specific on the details for the cover. Every time they sent me the cover it was completely wrong. They did not read the emails and would take it upon htemselves to just do what they wanted. The letters were not the same size. Nothing was how I wanted it to be. It took months for them to get back to me. Noone has ever answered the phone since my final payment was made. It took a week to correct things. Then, they would e-mail me they were going on vacation, etc. I became exhausted with dealing Green Ivy. It took them almost 6 months to complete my book after paying my final payment. They do not answer the phone, they do not read your emails, and  they do not pay attention to detail. Finally, my book was ready...they listed it for $34.99 plus shipping! Barnes & Noble's website says Out of Stock so noone can even purchase my book! This has been a nightmare. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY! BEWARE!!!!
Entity: Oakbrook Terr, Illinois
2, Report #1374711
May 22 2017
04:01 PM
Green Ivy Publishing Green Ivy Publishing Breach of Contract/Doesn't Deliver on Obligations Oakbrook Terrace Illinois
I submitted my book to Green Ivy Publishing along with $4,500.00. I had to create my own book cover when they failed to do what I asked. I received so called editing only to find that my book still required extensive editing. They were supposed to secure a copyright for me and my brother David (my co-author). They did not. They claim that they market the book to over 39,000 retail outlets when, in actuality, that is what their physical publisher, Ingramspark, advertises. They were supposed to market my book with email blasts, press releases, etc. They did not. After my book was published, I emailed questions regarding royalty payment method. They never answered any of my emails. I finally got fed up and called Doug, my customer service rep. He informed me that Green Ivy shut down suddenly and that he had not even received his last paycheck. I have retained the services of a lawyer and am going to demand a refund from Robert Gray, who operated Green Ivy and also runs Gray Law Group out of Downer's Grove, IL. I intend to sue him if I don't get satisfaction. This person should be in jail for fraud.
Entity: Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois
3, Report #1347452
Jan 03 2017
07:35 PM
Green Ivy Publishing Contract Breach/ Royalty payouts/ Advertising/ Sales invoices Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181 IL
Green Ivy Publishing fails to follow their own contracts. If want to see an invoice of your sales and where your book was sold, forget about it. You will never see an invoice like that. I am going on two months now with no sales reports or royalty payout.If you are expecting them to edit your book for you, don't bother. They editted my book and I later found out that a child could have editted it better. There where over fifty grammer and punctuation errors just in the first third of the book.Their printing department lacks any type of quality control. Every fifth page a black line faintly showed about an inch in from the outer edge of the book.Please stay away from this company if you want a professional published copy of your book. They simply take your money and run.
Entity: IL
4, Report #1403863
Oct 03 2017
09:40 AM
Green Ivy Publishing Breach of contract for book publishing after I paid them $2500.00 Chicago, Illinois Nationwide
I signed a contract and paid $2500.00 to Green Ivy (Jay Caliento) on January 31, 2017. They have since gone out of business without communicating with me. I do not have my book.
Entity: Nationwide
5, Report #1405081
Oct 09 2017
07:34 AM
Green Ivy Publishing scammers, money grubbing people, liars thieves Oakbrook Ter Il Illinois
Green Ivy Publishing company and I had been working together for almost 6 months before I chose to sign a contract with them for my books. Then all of the sudden emails stopped, phone calls stopped and when I tried contacting them nothing went through and I thought for 3 months that it was my fault maybe when my phone reset itself I got numbers and emails wrong when I reprogramed my phone. And then finally after 3 almost 4 months of nothing from them I find out they went out of business and I'm out all my money, lost my manuscripts because of them. Who's to say they wont snake my shit and publish it under one of their names. I'm am sick to my stomach. I've been working ten years at trying to get my stuff published and I've been writing since I was 10 years old. And now I'm taken for granted all the positive feed back I was reading was all just a bunch of lies and bullcrap. I'm glad they went out of business but I want my manuscripts back, I want my money back and then some for all this crap they've put me through. 
Entity: Nationwide
6, Report #1310986
Jun 12 2016
11:51 AM
Green Ivy Publishing Breach of Contract and fruad Oak brook terrance Indiana
Green Ivy Publishing actually published my book but refused to make available to me any kind of sales report( Which is part of my contract), They won't return my calls or answer emails. They refuse to pay royalties and it is impossible for me to get in contact with them.  They just took my money and ran. This company is a total ripoff. DO NOT give them your money. I am seeking redress even as I file this report.  They are criminals and should be in Jail.
Entity: Oak brook terrance, Indiana
7, Report #1301429
Apr 23 2016
08:04 PM
Green Ivy Publishing Frustrated with Green Ivy Books Oakbrook Terrace Illinois
My rippoff complaint with Green Ivy Publishing is their failure to live up to our contract. Yes-my book was published, but not without anguish and the following paragraphs show. Since my book was released 3 weeks ago, I have been unable to communicate with anyone at the company about marketing, press releases, discount books for me to purchase, and most important-sales information. There was no method for royalty dispersment arranged prior to or since book release. I know there have been sales through Amazon-but what has happened to my portion? Is it paid quarterly and to where? What is the method for tracking sales?Essentially, I want the company representative to call me and provide what I paid for. I really do not want to get an attorney involved-but I will.This is a brief overview of my experience.Like many self publish authors, I sent a sample of my manuscript to at least 5 hybrid publishing companies. The representative from Green Ivy was the first to contact me-almost immediately after I submitted my information. This was January of 2015. I next submitted my manuscript and within two weeks had a phone appointment with David the creative editor and the sales gentleman (I can't remember his name).According to David, Green Ivy only accepted %35 of all submissions and lucky me-I was one of those who manuscript showed promise. David was ernest and provided many suggestions-mostly to double the size (at least 40,000 words). He also made other suggestions which I happily agreed to do.Money was discussed next with a detailed description of what Green Ivy would do for me in the way of editing, cover design, formating, printing, and marketing.I completed my payment plan within the agreed seven months and also completed my manuscript-which I submitted. However, David no longer worked at the company, either did Taylor-my project editor. I was assigned to Michelle-who did absolutely nothing and never contacted me.It was actually Darleen who help most, but she was restricted to format editor. I emailed, called everyone I could until I finally was contacted by Brittany-senior editor. She sent my manuscript to Tom-editor-who provided excellent feedback and once corrections were completed my book would be set up for graphic design. I did receive an email from Tyler in design center the end of November asking me for bio, pictures, synopsis, and so forth which I submitted immediatly.My final edits were completed end of December and Brittini was sending them on to Tyler. From that point I heard nothing from anybody. February 4th I contact Brittini asking for help in that Tyler had not contacted me. She did try and sent me email-but still nothing. Several weeks later, after many email and phone messages without response, I sent a scathing message to customer service. Immediately, someone named Jay called me to ask what the problem was because Brittini was busy. I tried to explain-but he said he couldn't help-he was rude-said what ever my problems were-they had nothing to do with him and he was too busy with other things to be of any assistance. He hung up on me.Finally Tyler contacted me-and we put together a cover that I really liked and the manuscript with cover went to format. That was April 4th and on April 11the the book was published. 
Entity: Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois
8, Report #1362961
Mar 20 2017
06:48 PM
Green Ivy Publishing Royalties are not being paid and emails are not answered. Oakbrook Terrace Illinois
Green Ivy 'accepted' my book with lots of talk of partenership and support. Well, that never happened. The book was printed and available for sale in late April 2016, and after 4 months the royalties stopped comming. I was to get my initial investment back 100%, but I have not received a royalty check or a report since October, 2016, and my attempts to communicate with Green Ivy have been ignored.  I have hired an attorney and despite a letter from my lawyer to Green Ivy I still have not received a response or check. Green Ivy Publishing has proven to be a dishonest company who takes advantage of first time authors.
Entity: Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois
9, Report #1267801
Nov 13 2015
02:35 PM
Entity: Oak Brook, Illinois
10, Report #1302009
Apr 26 2016
04:44 PM
Green Ivy Books Did not pay royalties or provide information on books sold. Did not respond to phone requests concerning royalties. Oakbrook Terrace Illinois
My experience with Green Ivy Publications has been fraught with frustration for the two-year period of our relationship. My phone calls were often not answered at all or answered some weeks after the call had been initiated. Sometimes the reason given for lack of response was that the person I was calling was no longer employed by Green Ivy. One person who was helpful was a woman named Darleen who tried to put me in contact with the appropriate person. Occasionally this helped, but frequently it turned into another dead end. The problem seemed to be inexperience or lack of interest or downright laziness on the part of the company. After many months of periods of hearing and not hearing from the company, my book was published. However, it was published August 24, 2015 and to date I have not received one penny of royalties. When I inquired, I was told that the person in charge of royalties had suffered a heart attack and it would be some time before any royalties would be paid. In reading a similar story by one of Green Ivy's authors, in occurred to me that the whole thing was a gigantic fraud or a complete degree of ineptness.  I would like to join other authors to begin a class action suit against Green Ivy Publications.
Entity: Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois
11, Report #908141
Jul 07 2012
01:49 PM
Raider Publishing International Breach of contract after taking 1799 from me , Internet
I agreed a publishing contract with Adm salviani of Raider Publishing to publish my book. He charged me 1799 then took unauthorised extra money from my account. His work was apalling and when I complained he threatened me with a `gagging` clause. He went on to breach the contract several times and did not supply the services promised. He will not communicate with me and has effectively cheated me and made off with my money.  He is a liar and utterly untrustworthy. I am now persuing him through the courts.
Entity: Internet, Internet
12, Report #631848
Aug 16 2010
12:00 PM
The Green Millionaire Waste of time! And a sneaky scam.. Internet
Along with the book you'll get a FREE Trial of ... The Green Millionaire eMagazine Improve the quality of your life with timely tips and stories. The Green Millionaire eMagazine is chalked full of clever ways to save. This appears below when you go to order the free book. What they fail to mention is if you do not cancel in 14 days they will charge your credit card $89.95! The rep I soke to with green millionaire claimed I was sent info with the book WRONG. He then offered to refund half and I graciously refused telling him it was going to be every cent and right now too. After 5 minutes of trying to convince me not to cancell and trying to make it sound as if I couldn't be refunded, he finally realized I was not going to budge and I knew my options. I told him I would simply initiate a chargeback with my credit card and file a BBB complaint. 5 minutes later I had a cancelletion confirmation e-mail and refund is being processed. At no point during the order process did they disclose the $89.95. I also tried to unsubscribe to the e-mails (before I even knew about the $90) and was unsucessful. The book offers a few tidbits of info you can readily find on a free site, rep claimed more was in e-mails... umm I looked at a few and was still unimpressed. This is a scam pure and simple
Entity: , Internet
13, Report #344011
Jun 25 2008
08:51 AM
IVY Capital Unauthorized use of credit card Las Vegas Nevada
I applied for a 40 dollar how to booklet on aquiring wealth. After receiving the package, I was contacted about mentoring. When I called, they wanted me to open a 6,000 dollar line of credit. I refused, but since that time, my debit card number has been used twice without my permission. The first time I called them, and they said their computers were down and I would have to call back. I stupidly allowed this first unauthorized charge to go through, and now, a month later, I received another charge that was unauthorized. Each charge is 39.90, and not related to the original company contacted. HOW CAN THEY DO THIS??? Anyway, I have had to cancel my debit card, but I may not be able to recover the funds IVY Capital illegally deducted from my account. BEWARE of IVY Capital. They do not have a number to contact them. HOW CONVENIENT FOR THEM. This company should be closed down.Jerry Granbury, TexasU.S.A.
Entity: Las Vegas, Nevada
14, Report #1175804
Sep 10 2014
11:10 AM
Green Shore Publishing Founded by Adam Salviani Fake testimonials, fake books, fake history! London UK
Green Shore Publishing is a London-based vanity press founded by Adam Salviani - yes, the man behind Raider Publishing International!  Their address sounds prestigious but is in fact a £20 per month virtual office.  The company's website contained so many untruthful and misleading statements it was brought to the attention of the Advertising Standards Authority, which is now investigating GSP.  Highlights included:The claim that GSP has been a successful part of the British publishing industry for ten years - when it didn't exist before early 2014.Three book covers were shown as examples of recent releases and sound files of two radio ads that had recently aired  were provided.  None of these five books actually existed - GSP hasn't published a single book.GSP claimed to be in partnership with W H Smiths, Waterstones and the Irish book chain Eason.  None of these companies were aware of these alleged partnerships.Three GSP authors known only as Jack, Clive and Richard provided video testimonials in which they praised the company.  None of them gave their surnames or mentioned the title of their book.  It turned out that they are actors who advertise their services on (Raider Publishing International also uses fake testimonials from Fiverr on their website and Facebook).GSP's Facebook is equally bogus.  On the 22nd July, when many artices exposing GSP had appeared on the internet, the company decided to fight back.  In the space of 35 minutes posts by ten GSP authors were published, all of them singing the company's praises...but not giving the titles of their books.  Closer examination revealed that all ten accounts contained identical content and used photographs lifted from the same internet site.  The number of likes was artificially inflated from virtually none to over 3,000 and the number talking about rocketed from 4 to 3,000!Thanks to pressure from the ASA the fake testimonials have now vanished, as have the references to partnerships with bookstores, but other misleading material is still there.The full story of GSP can be read
Entity: London , Select State/Province
15, Report #924052
Aug 08 2012
05:56 AM
I choose Raider Publishing based on their appeal and reputation at the time. It has been a lengthy and painful process to get my book published. The book cover proposal was horrendous and the process lengthy.  I had to give them the image to use and get my own graphic designer to work on it. The book got published without me knowing. I never received my free copies. The book is not marketed on the sites I asked i:e: I got no sales report, no royalties, no communication whatsoever. I got promised an advertising package as a pay off for bad service after many insisting mails of complaints.  Of course, the advertising package is a total lure which has never happened.... I changed assistants a number of time and never got an email from Adam Salviani apart from before I made payments!!!!  I am tired of having to fight for what I have paid for and been promised in return for my money. Such service is a total rip-off and is horrendous.
Entity: NYC, New York
16, Report #336670
Jun 03 2008
09:48 AM
Duane Green, AKA D. Green & Son Theft with Decption, Breach of Contract, Tresspassing on my Property E. Stroudsburg Pennsylvania
On August 5, 2006 I was on my property when Duane Green, a contrctor, drove up his truck and asked me if I wanted my driveway to be paved. After having his worker measure my driveway, he quoted me a cost of $4,240 and said that he would need a deposit of $2,000 to buy materials. I gave him a check for $2000 and he said that he would want the balance in cash when the job was completed. I told him that I would not have that amount of money in cash. Several weeks went by and my driveway was not done. After numerous attempts to reach him by cell phone (570-269-8932), he finally answered on September 3, 2006. When I questioned him about his failure to honor our contract, he transferred me to his voice mail. I then went to one of the neighbor's to inquire about Mr. Green. She said the cost for her driveway was $3,000 with only a $300 deposit--her driveway is larger then mine! Upon reviewing my contract at that time, I realized that it stated $300 deposit, half the balance at start of job and balance due upon completion--whyn then was I charged $2000 upon signing? At one point I saw him working at one of the neighbors and I approached him, demanding my money back or the work done. He responded You Black people want things free, go back home He stepped up to my face, made jeering/mocking sounds and told me to Go back to Jamaica. My neighbor yelled at him to stop. My neighbors have informed me that they have seen his equipment on my property and thought that he was there doing my driveway--nothing could be further from the truth. He has used my property as a convenient place to park while he worked on other driveways. When I got home, there were soda cans, cigarette butts, and globs of asphalt in my driveway, causing my home to be an eye sore within my neighborhood. Because of Duane Green's unlawful deception, outright thievery and egregious racial prejudice, I have been publicly humiliated, defrauded of $2,000 and made a fool of. I have contacted the Better Business Bureau and Bureau of Consumer Protection, with absolutely no resolution to date. What Duane Green has done is deplorable, unconscionable and deserves the full punishment of the law. He had defrauded me of my dignity and my money and I am sure that I am not the only person to whom he has done this. He needs to be stopped! Pamela E. Stroudsburg, PennsylvaniaU.S.A.
Entity: E. Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
17, Report #1300339
Apr 19 2016
10:47 PM
Want to know how Green Ivy treats their authors? Oakbrook Illinois
I spent a little more than a year and a half writing a novel about a hero named John Reed. He was an army private in the Afghan war, but transferred to a secret project facility of the army. I had been writing all night long before getting writers block. Unable to write I decided to look on the Internet to see how hard it would be to find a publisher. There were lots of them, and only a small chance that they might look at my manuscript. However I did find a webpage that promised publishers would call me, if I left information about my book and myself. I did just that and it wasn’t more than a couple of days before they started calling. I had gotten calls from big publishing companies wanting to publish my manuscript. When the calls finally tapered off, I had gotten calls from about 10 different publishing companies all wanting big $$$ to publish my book. It seemed they would publish anyone’s book for the right amount of money as long as it wasn’t plagiarized. About a week later I got a call from Jason Miksek, he worked at a little known small hybrid publishing company called Green Ivy. Jason ask me about my book and told me about the company. He said I had little chance of getting my book published at Green Ivy, that they only accepted about 12 to 15% of the books that came their way, and having an unfinished manuscript would probably means that I would have to finish it before they would accept it, but that it was in a popular genre. I was happy to hear that they didn’t except just anyone. I thought this would be a true test whether my book was good or not. So… while they looked at my manuscript, I looked on the Internet for information about them. There was little to no information about Green Ivy on the Internet, not even in the Better Business Bureau. The only information I found about them were a few people that had been turned down by them but were happy with the way they were treated. So… when I was accepted by David Rodriguez and  Jason Miksek, I was ecstatic this meant my book WAS good and they had accepted it unfinished telling me to take my time finishing it. On top of all that, they were less expensive than the rest. Jason and David critiqued my manuscript, only mentioning a couple of things that needed to be edited. They did mention the book was too big for a first time author and might need to be cut in half. I signed a contract for Ordinary to Hero in One fall and finished it about four to months later. At the same time I was finishing the book, I would get emails from my manager at the time, Taylor Jones, she asked for things like a photo of myself, an autobiography and a synopsis of my manuscript, it was very exciting. Before I could finish the book, I had been switched from one manager to another the next was Caryn Rohde. When I finished the book I emailed the work to my manager, who sent it to the SENIOR editor (which by the way was the nicest person I’d met at Green Ivy, she was always helpful and kind) she emailed me to let me know she would be starting on MY manuscript very soon. Two weeks later I got an email with the work she had done on my manuscript. She had only done 20 pages but she had taken over 5000 words from those 20 pages. I sent an email asking her why she had taken so many words from just 20 pages. She said the publisher wanted it to be small enough to fit in a first time authors slot and that she was trimming the fat. I asked her, what a first time author’s slot is. She said 90 to 120,000 words. Since my book is over 220,000 words, that meant she was going to cut away over half my book. Since the contract says they can’t take anything out of my book without my permission, I asked her to cut it in half if she had to cut half the book away to make it fit in a first time author’s slot. She said she would have to ask the powers that be and she would get back with me. Almost a week later she emailed me saying I would have to find a place to cut it in half and write an ending for it. It took me a couple of weeks, but when I turned it in they were happy with the end. It took months to get the editing finished, by the time we were done I had been appointed three more managers losing the one before each time. I asked my editor when we were going to start on the second half of the book. She said, it would cost me more money if I wanted to publish it before I’d sold 10,000 copies of the first book. I started to complain but she said, it wasn’t up to her that she was very sorry. We were almost done with the first half so I let it go for the time being. About two months before we finished the editing, my manager told me I needed to start working with a digital designer to get the cover done for the book. I was so happy, it had been a long time but we were almost done. Again the guy I was given to was the SENIOR digital designer Tyler J. Geiwitz. He couldn’t seem to grasp what I was looking for so Tyler passed me off to one of his subordinates. Things were going good and we were almost done with the hero’s armor but I was losing my patience, he kept making the same mistakes over and over again. I had sent him over 30 emails with very descriptive details telling him exactly what I was looking for, along with 25 or 30 pics. I also mentioned that we were almost finished with the editing and need to get the cover done soon. After me and my editor finished editing the book on ‎Thursday‎, ‎January‎ ‎28‎, ‎2016 ‎3‎:‎18‎ ‎PM. On Monday‎, ‎February‎ ‎8‎, ‎2016 ‎12‎:‎17‎ ‎PM Almost four months after he started the work on my cover art. I finally told the digital designer Tyler that I was tired of waiting and that I was going to look for someone close by me so we could get the cover finished. I told him that I hadn’t found anyone yet, so if he finished before I found someone or before the guy I’m looking for finishes his cover design, he could still have the cover. That was more than two months ago and I haven’t heard a word from Tyler or Green Ivy since. I did call a guy that is supposed to be a manager or something, I think his name was Jay. He didn’t seem like he wanted to help me at all, as a matter of fact he seemed angry that I bothered him and basically told me very bluntly he didn’t care that the contract said Ordinary to Hero in One fall, as in the whole book. They were NOT going to publish the other half of the book unless the first half sells more than 10,000 copies. I’m not worried about the book selling 10,000 copies, I know it will, it’s just the point that he is trying to push me around because he knows I don’t have the money to take him or Green Ivy to court. When I told him that it had been over a month since I’d heard from the digital designer he again showed his apathy for caring and said work it out with your cover designer. It has now been over two months since I’ve heard from anyone at Green Ivy. I tried to call one of the guys that talked me into signing with Green Ivy, his name was Jason Miksek however Doug at Green Ivy has his number now. I asked Doug if he could get me the number to someone above Jay’s head, he said he would have to ask Jay to fix the problems first. The next day Doug called saying Jay wouldn’t do anything to fix the problems. So I ask Doug if he would give me the number to SOMEONE above Jays head. Doug promptly told me, if he gave me the number to someone above Jays head he would be in fear for his job. I said OK, then can you please tell me how to get my money back or give me the number to someone that can give me that information. Doug said if he did that he would be in fear for his job. Sooo, it’s looking very much like they don’t care about the problems there authors are having with their company and they threaten their employees with being fired if they give out the number to anyone above Jays head or if they give the authors a way to get their money back. Look I just want to get my cover finished and the whole book published like the contract says. No more, no less!!! If they don’t intend to publish my manuscript, they owe me $2,495.00. What I payed them to publish my book. I guess the wasted months I’ll never get back, too bad, time IS money!!!!
Entity: Oakbrook, Illinois
18, Report #84985
Mar 23 2004
07:50 AM
Green Production = United Sales & Book Publishing ripoff Phoenix Arizona
I received a leter from Green Production along with United Sales & book publishing. They sounded too good to be true. not only is the letter poorly written, but there was no toll free number. The numbers I did call were just recorded messages. My first thought is how could something like this happen and for so long? I was very tempted to still go through but luckly I checked here! I feel sorry for all of you who got ripped off! Sir syracuse, New YorkU.S.A.
Entity: Phoenix, Arizona
19, Report #1324001
Aug 22 2016
11:03 PM
Green Moving Homesafe Moving and Storage False Advertising, False 3rd Party Claim Company, Stolen Goods, Damaged Goods, Breach of Contract Nationwide
The company, Green Moving, Inc. DOT: 2833437, failed in many aspects of the arranged move. As will be detailed with supporting documentation, many items were damaged or lost/stolen as part of the move. My fiance also hadto help the movers upon delivery because only one mover was sent. Items were improperly stored in Orlando, FL in astorage facility that was not climate controlled and where apparently many people had access to. When picking up the shipment, the movers took a picture of my credit card and driver's license with his phone. Which is not PCI compliant. I've had to cancel my credit card as a precaution. I also have emails from the company stating I would be entitled to the complimentary $6 per pound valuation in the event of loss or damage. The pickup movers refused to allow me to select this option, however, when they arrived and began loading my items. Items such as a 42 flat screen TV was stolen and not delivered. The delivery driver claims the TV was provided. Security footage exists showing the delivery process from the apartment complex. Items like the mattress was dirty and wet. The box springs were out of the packaging they were packed with and also wet/dirty. Boxes were wet and items damaged within. Other furniture was damaged, broken, and water damaged. The security footage also confirms the fact that my fiance had to help the mover. The delivery mover only allowed us to take a picture of the inventory list. They also left without my signing it. He allowed my only to note the TV, but nothing else. Regardless, it wasn't signed. He did show me the location of the storage of the items in Orlando. This is how we were able to call and confirm the state of the storage facility used. The communication with the company has been lacking and they have given false information. They provided claim and arbitration information as part of the contract. However, upon contacting the CSI Claims Service International, they explained that they are not associated with this company or DOT number. Therefore, they could not process the claim at all. This serves as a small summary of the information and the rest is included via documentation which includes the information I have to date. That documentation will have links which contain photos, videos, and documents showing the security footage, communication with various parties, and photos of before and after damage of many items. The company continues to fail in promptly addressing this matter.
Entity: Nationwide
20, Report #1293110
Mar 11 2016
02:53 PM
Blue Ivy Flowers Blue Ivy, Blue Ivy Flowers and Gifts Ugliest Pew Arrangements.....EVER! Chattanooga Tennessee
I met with this woman sevral times regarding flowers for my wedding. I told her I did not want someone creating an arrangment. I had two back up bouquets in case flowers were not in season or available. She told me she could do my first choice in my colors. When she quoted me the price I even e-mailed her with a picture of the bouquet to make sure we were talking about the same one. She said yes.  She quoted me a price for the pew arrangements that had half a dozen flowers in it. No one thinks the bouquet I received looks anything like what I ordered. The pew arrangements only had two flowers. The contract says like photo. She refuses to give me a refund.
Entity: Chattanooga, Tennessee
21, Report #1418248
Dec 20 2017
05:00 PM
Ivy Accounting, Tax & Advisory Jacob Zhang, CPA Charged hundreds of dollars, wasted 7 months of time, caused all kinds of late fees Internet
Guy took 7 months to do my return. After ongoing calls and follow ups finally got me a draft of the return - two months late!! Still charged my credit card hundreds of dollars, never submitted the return and stopped answering my calls and emails. Eventually had to go to another accountant, pay tons of late fees and for two separate accountants.
22, Report #789102
Oct 15 2011
11:00 AM
Sheila Ivy - 2 Posh Dames Co-owner: Beth Ordered $486 work of jewelry, selling at store, refuses to pay designer Cumming, Georgia
Sheila Ivy & co-owner Beth, 2 Posh Dames, ordered $486 worth of jewelry from my sales rep. The jewelry is hand made to order & was shipped on good faith.  The owners are happily selling my merchandise at their store since August 2011.  The owners refuse to pay me for jewelry supplied to them.  Taking merchandise & not paying for it is the same thing as stealing.   Sheila told our rep that she will write a check, however the rep called the bank & was told there was an issue, possibly insufficient funds?  By law if you write a check with full knowledge there are no funds to back it up, you are essentially issuing a worthless check which is technically fraud & theft. Please do not shop at this store as you will be supporting their unethical business practices and will also be contributing to their stealing.  I can't help but wonder what other stolen merchandise they are selling?
Entity: Cumming, Georgia
23, Report #713758
Apr 04 2011
03:35 PM
Ivy Cleaners Cleaners returned my laundered shirt with blood on front of shirt. Shirt had no stain when brought in. Sunrise, Florida
Brought in my short sleeve white shirt with black and gray squares....Told owner to spot collar and use medium starch...Phoned owner to make sure they check shirt for pressing issues.  In the past....shirts had to be re-pressed.Picked shirt up today and there was a notation that stain on front could not be removed...Owner said it was blood.I had no blood on the shirt when I brought it in and it had no stains at all on the shirt..just the collar needed spotting and the shirt needed to be laundered and pressed.Phoned owner and told me he ruined my shirt and he hung the phone up and refused to answer the phone on repeated calls.Ivy Cleaners ruined my shirt and refused to re-imburse for my shirt.Stay away from Ivy Cleaners.
Entity: Sunrise, Florida
24, Report #349014
Jul 08 2008
08:49 PM
Ivy League Sports Camp - John Marsh - Andrea scam, no show, no refund of money Lilburn Georgia
I am very disappointed that John Marsh and Andrea have not refunded my money. I am a single mother and to loose $110.00 was very hard on my budget. I have repeatedly tried to get my refund from the camp that never happened by calling, only to reach an answering machine. I was contacted by Andrea and notified that funds would be returned. However, now that I am well outside of the 13 to 14 business days statement on the voice mail, and still have not received my $110.00, I am very certain that this is a scam. Parents please beware! Lilburn mother Lilburn, GeorgiaU.S.A.
Entity: Lilburn, Georgia
25, Report #1174571
Sep 05 2014
05:45 AM
Entity: London (UK), Other

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