Report: #666482

Complaint Review: Ultimate Business Services - Deerfield Beach, Doral, Orlando Florida

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  • Reported By: Just wanting to Save Anothers Time — Deerfield Beach, Doral, Orlando Florida United States of America
  • Ultimate Business Services
    700 West Hillsboro Blvd. Building 3 #107
    Deerfield Beach, Doral, Orlando, Florida
    United States of America

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Please do you research before working for this company. Look up on ripoff report (Ultimate Water & Coffee, or Ultimate Water) they are the same company as Ultimate Business Services, and will completely waste your time and money. They may claim that things are different now, but PLEASE do not go for the bait. I am a former employee that also got completely scre!@#& over by this wonderful organization.. Any questions!! Just Ask, and I shall tell!!!!!

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#1 UPDATE EX-employee responds

A tale of two...

AUTHOR: UCFNYY - (United States of America)

There are generally two types of posts on here in regards to this company. On one hand, you have former employees recounting their hellacious experiences working for this company. Their posts tend to reflect some well placed anger, and to a man or woman, the experiences are very similar and consistent (overworked, running all over town chasing bum leads, company refusing to pay salary until/unless threatened with legal action, etc).

On the other hand, you have posts by allegedly satisfied sales representatives that are condescending and mean-spirited in their tone. They talk down to anyone who dares to expose this company. Quite tellingly, these posts are full of histrionics and fail to cite any specific examples of positive behavior on the company's part. In addition, they are grossly outnumbered on this site.

If you are a prospective employee, take your pick of which one you want to believe. I implore you to save yourself the hassle and aggravation that comes with working for this company. There is nothing positive that comes of it.
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#2 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Layla isn't even slightly exaggerating

AUTHOR: CarlTheTrugh - (United States of America)

All you have to do is read the rebuttals to Layla's postings and have worked for the company to know two things:  1) She is absolutely telling the truthful,typical story of 99% of the employees that have ever worked for UBS and 2) the person sending in the rebuttals is one of the district managers or other "higher-ups" trying to plant a seed of doubt in a person who is desperately looking for a good job and is teetering on giving UBS a chance.

If you plan on trying to get employment there, know this:  you are viewed as completely disposable.  You are employed for a brief period to generate leads for the DMs to go out and close behind you.  You will rarely, if ever get the promised commission when you close a deal.  Trust me, the excuses you get for not getting fair pay are ridiculous.  Another employee and I, after working there a brief time, had gone to the DM and urged him to let us work on a training, development, and retention plan for the sales staff.  He gave us a big "go for it", and that was the last time he pretended to be interested.  They have no interest in training and employing a qualified long-term sales staff.  Even the DMs know this to be true, although they only tell you that after they too leave the company.

And if you're a prospective customer, there are plenty of places that will rent you equipment cheaper and under a shorter-termed contract.  Either that or go online and do the math at how much money you'll save by buying your Charm, Tassimo, or Chung-h*o outright.

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#3 UPDATE EX-employee responds

#13 Layla

AUTHOR: Mom said get a job! - (USA)

Why dont you post your name - ?   I think "Laylas" pants are on fire. 
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#4 UPDATE EX-employee responds

If you are so proud to work for UBS why do you post anonymous?

AUTHOR: Layla - (United States of America)

You are so full of bs! It show how proud you are that you have to post annonymous. Scammers! Whoever is reading this PLEASE DO NOT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY! You will regret it And will end up working for free.
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#5 UPDATE Employee


AUTHOR: anonymous - (United States of America)

Let me start by saying that I have been working for this company for many years and if we have a bit of turn over, its simply because ppl lie or claim to be great outside sale PROS. When put through a scenario of sales n they continuously drop the ball. I guess our company needs to make a decision weather they are worth keeping or not. Its the companies choice to do what they feel would be best overall. I guess were looking for the cream of the crop. There's nothing wrong with that! I make a great living working for UBS. Guess what, I bust my hump everyday Monday thru Friday.

I pay my mortgage and everything else that comes with owning a 300k plus home. The reason I decided to put this blog up, is to defend the company that has been supporting me and my family for over 5 years. If you are going to do research on UBS , do real research like our customer base that has never said one bad thing about us. Research how stable we are as a company. IM A OUTSIDE SALES PRO! IM A REAL OUTSIDE SALES PRO..........PEOPLE WANT TO MAKE GOOD MONEY BUT THEY DONT WANT TO WORK HARD FOR IT! WORK HARD AND REAP REWARD!
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#6 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Please do not work for ultimate business services

AUTHOR: Layla - (United States of America)

This is a scam! I was in desperate need to work when I started Working with those heartless people everyone there only had been working there no longer than 2 weeks. They promised me 750 a week plus commission the first week I got 3 demos installed they never payed me only payed me the first week which it was 640.00 and and never payed me my 2 weeks or my commission for the demos I called them and they sent me a check of 5 dollars in the mail. I wasted my gas my last few dollars I had left my rent was due I had no money to pay my rent I cried that day they told me I wasn't getting payed the money I worked so hard for and that I could stay working there but as long as I was ok that I wasn't getting payed for those 2 weeks. It's tough being out knocking door to door wasting your money eating out because those con artist send you 30-40 min away. This happened to me a few months ago and tonight I decided to go online and check on them and it kills me to know they still doing this. I spoke to an attorney he wanted to send them a letter and I just told him to forget it u believe that god will punish them and I hope it's not too late. I suggest that we put a stop to this and not let this happen to anyone else. If we can all get together and file a complain against this scammers we could help others innocent hard working individual not go thru what we have been. Only we know how much it hurts to waste you last savings and be left thrown like trash..
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#7 UPDATE EX-employee responds


AUTHOR: Getajobyabigbaby - (USA)

Wow #8, Sounds like Ultimate Business Services should have put you on rip off report.  You spent your days hanging out in Starbucks and screwed them out of a few weeks of paychecks? Hot leads? Maybe they should of just sold it for you too and called you when your check was ready. They never promised "hot leads" . You guys are rediculas. The company was doing well and sounds like your bitter because you got fired. # 9, can you say liable lawsuit? Didn't you read the TOS with Rip Off? You can't liable someone and hide your identity. It's called a supoena. BTW, the good thing about a URL address is they are traceable.

Good luck
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#8 UPDATE EX-employee responds


AUTHOR: Bruce is a dick - (United States of America)

The person who filled out this report is more than likely Bruce Corn the manager of Ultimate Business Solutions. The fact is his company is a scam and the management will lie, cheat and steal to got you to work for them then discard you like a piece of chewed gum.
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#9 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Yep. They're a ripoff

AUTHOR: UCFNYY - (United States of America)

I worked for this company as well, for three weeks. Having been involved in professional sales for much of my career, I found myself looking for work after being laid off due to the economic downturn.

I was promised HOT leads, a turnkey program that couldn't lose, and $750 per week in training pay. What I got was leads that were between 3 and 5 years old (true story), a corporate culture and sales system based on deception and deliberately inflated statistics, and a pay structure that reverted to minimum wage if you didn't convince 3 businesses to take on the free* trial in your VERY FIRST week. No product training to speak of, no support (front or back end); here are your brochures, go sell.

Finally, they attempted to withhold my last paycheck. They pay a week behind, so after I was terminated for not producing, I was still owed a week of pay. After trying to be nice, I had a friend who is an attorney draft a letter. I firmly believe that that wa the only reason I got that check.

Truth be told, after about a week and change of giving this an honest effort, I realized I had been lied to. I would show up for the 8 am pep rally/meeting and then go hang out at Starbucks with my laptop looking for another job. The only way I think they make money is by the sales managers poaching the warmest leads from people who give them an honest effort and succumb to the inevitable. They deserved neither from me.
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#10 Consumer Comment

Employees Are Suckups!

AUTHOR: This Is The Truth - (USA)

It is abundantly clear that the employees who have given their opinion are suckups as clear as day can be and that they are competing for the National Suckup Award.  They are only trying to divert the attention from off the reality of the situation.

We need to tell these employees to take their suckup ways somewhere else and kiss someone else's behind because it looks like they are trying to kiss their own behind but of course they can't because they won't be able to reach that far!
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#11 Consumer Comment

I feel sorry for you!

AUTHOR: easy1 - (United States of America)

sounds like a scam to me!
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#12 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Recent Ex employee

AUTHOR: Very Pissed off - (United States of America)

I beg to disagree. I just quit a few weeks ago and it was a total waste of my time and efforts. I still have not been paid for my last week of employment.

It is ridiculous to ask a seasoned sales person who have been in all kinds of real professional sales  environment to join a company, with very little training on product knowledge, while investing their hard earned dollars from previous sources on gasolene, car maintenance, long hours 8:00am to 5:30pm (which really is up to maybe 9-10 pm at night if you took it seriously like i did) to cold call on 50-60 businesses daily, build a book of business of warm leads, which you may never get to see come into fruition, after entering those warm leads into UBS database.
This is Business to Business Sales. Anyone who really knows what they are doing would know that businesses tend to not make hasty decisions within a week. Hence, the likely hood of successfull sales in week one of hire is about 2%. The other 98% turns into warm leads for the company after the so called Sales agent is fired for not having 3-4 five year contracts signed week one; the warm leads turns to sales for Scam Artist Sales Directors. That is where the so called success comes from. The fruits of under paid, fired or quit employees. This is unfair business practice. Ask any really successful upstanding sales organization. UBS will never be that... EVER!!
UBS-Ultimate Business plays dirty and will always be a "Bottom Feeder' type of company.

Ultimate Business SCAM Artists, will be exposed very soon.
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#14 UPDATE Employee

Great opportunity

AUTHOR: Drigh - (United States of America)

I've been a UBS employee for a little while now, and as long as you put in the effort, the job is very rewarding.  Whatever problems that occurred in the past have stayed in the past.  Currently, things are being run quite well.
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#15 UPDATE Employee


AUTHOR: anonymous - (United States of America)

I am a current employee of UBS and proud to say it.The reality is there will be mixed reviews about any company. I see things changing herefor the better everyday, we continue to expand, and our foundation of quality employees continues to grow. For those that are unsure about us,andare given theopportunity to possibly join the team, stop by and then draw your own conclusions. We welcome any and allconcerns and will continue to add quality people to our staff as we strive for success together. Go Team!

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#16 Consumer Comment

Tell Me More........Please

AUTHOR: Ron Bersford - (USA)

I am entertaining an offer to enter into a contract of employment with this firm. Your honest comments are appreciated and will help sway my decision before I make a commitment to them.
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