Complaint Review: Steve Terella - Irvine California
Steve Terella Ipurveyor Quick Capital Network Scammed me out of $300 - $1000 Irvine California
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Karma is great
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Steve Terella Scammed me too
*Author of original report: Desperately Seeking Melissa!
*Author of original report: I'm Sorry You Were Scammed too!
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Been Deceived as Well by Steve Terella
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Steve Terella of Ipurveyor aka Quick Capital Network posted a job stating it was to pay 6000 plus per month. After working for almost 6 weeks for Steve. I found this to be a gross misrepresentation of the truth. It was false or deceptive advertising.
During my 6 weeks of work I met production expectations. Steve said he was very happy with my work and production. I made quota. Yet in spite of this I only made about $150 per week. After about 6 weeks I resigned my position because I realized that I had been deceived about the salary. The job posting was extremely deceptive.
At the time of my resignation I had earned at least a $300 commission. This was Far from the $6000 per month. However Steve did not even pay me this.
I emailed him and asked him about my pay. He said he didn't realize that I hadn't been paid. He said he would check into it.
After a time I emailed him inquiring about my pay again. He said that there were "problems" with the deal. He did not say what these supposed "problems" were, only that there were problems
He had also told me at one time that I had 2 other deals that had funded. But I guess there were "problems" with these two deals too as I was not paid for either of them.
I emailed steve and told him that he needed to pay me for at least one of the deals because it had been funded and posted for everybody to see as FUNDED. I asked him to pay me by 1/6/2017 or I would report him to the authorities. He did not respond to my email neither did he pay me for my wages earned.
Steve scammed me out of $300 - $1000. And I honestly believe that he is scamming others as well. In the short time that I worked for him he hired over 30 telemarketers. I know this. I strongly believe that they were lured into work responding to the same job posting that I did. Once they find out from experience that they are not going to make no where near $6000 plus per month they are most likely going to quit. The work is hard and very frustrating and doing it for only what amounts to $ 6.00 per hour as opposed to $6000 a month as advertised on the internet is not an option for anybody. Anybody who takes that job because of what was posted is most likely going to quit as I did. And when they do, Steve is probably going to with hold their pay just like he did for me.
According to Steve I was a very good worker. In his own words one of his best workers. But In any case I was lied to thru misleading advertisement and I was scammed out of $300 - $1000. It's a scam.
He won't tell you that the market for alternative business loans is saturated. The business owners that you speak with are often times offended by your call and they are hostile and abusive because you are the 10th loan agent caller they received that day. And those that do agree to a loan FREQUENTLY change their minds and of course you get nothing. And many business owners are put off by the high rates so although they may initially say yes in the end they will say no. During my stint with Steve I acquired close to 100 accounts. And I only got paid for all of ONE account and that was a PARTIAL payment. Again The vast majority of the business owners changed their minds before the process was over. And the few that received loans other than the one that I received partial payment for I didn't see a dime of it.
Steve came across as the nicest guy in the world. We had a wonderful working relationship. Or so I thought. Steve most definately mislead me and he with held my money It hurts to say this because I did like him a lot. But Be well advised. Learn from my misfortune. I speak from my first hand experience he betrayed me and he scamed me. Don't let the same thing happen to you
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