Con Artist and Quack

Errol Gluck claims he's a PhD, but won't say where he got the degree from, doesn't inform his clients that he' not licensed, tried to get me to buy expensive vitamins from him, promised me that he'd get me a job doing voice-overs for cartoons and movies, and promised he could get me lots of other jobs too. He charge anywhere from $200-250 a session and kept promising me all kinds of jobs in order to keep me coming back again and again.
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