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Us Security Associates - US Security Services, Inc./Chicago,IL Scam Artists

Date: 10-24-15 To: US Security Services,Inc. Dear Sirs: I paid with my Pay Pal account on September 23,2015 the amount of $94.10 to get a clearance check to work for US Security Services,Inc, You said in an email there would be a hiring meeting on 10-24-15 at 400 Renaissance in Detroit from 9 am to 4 pm. I went to the Renaissance building in Detroit on 10-24-15 during those hours. I saw no meeting. I talked to a volunteer. She said other people are trying to find the same company meeting. The meeting is non-existent. I see I have been scammed. You scammed an ordained Baptist minister who is looking for an honest income to make money. I am asking you to place the amount of $94.10 back into my Pay Pal account.
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#722873 Review #722873 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • No real opportunity
Reason of review
fake opportunity
Loss
$94
Preferred solution
Full refund
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Swole Matters - False male enhancement claims

From a company called Swole Matters, I bought a male enlargement cream. It claims you can be bigger with 6 weeks of use. I used the cream longer than 6 weeks and got zero results. In my opinion, the product is a scam. I hope this review will help other men not to be taken in by these types of scams and hype. I did email the company twice to request a full refund. I got no response back. I did contact the Better Business Bureau. I also reported the product to Ripoff Report where potentially millions of people can see these types of reviews.
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#674622 Review #674622 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Product
Swole Matters Cream
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
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EFUND INSURANCE - Unethical Company

The company hires life insurance sales agents to work full time on telephones. The company targets senior citizens to buy life insurance. The sales agents will talk to senior citizens out of state even though they are only licensed to sell in Michigan. At the end of call,the agent will allow another agent who is licensed out of state to briefly talk to the customer. The company says it is legal. In my opinion it sounds unethical. The agents will sometimes talk to senior citizen for two hours and pretend to be their "new friend" just to make a sale. If agents don't cross their t's and dot their i's the way the company says, they will easily terminate sales agent position.
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#926756

The company will have agents who aren't licensed in other

states to call seniors on the phone. They will put a manager who

is licensed to finish the call.

I called the Insurance Commissioner

and talked about a similar company doing somewhat similar work. The Insurance

Commissioner office said this is not allowed to solicit out of state without proper license. Also, I talked

to an Attorney about Efund Insurance.

The lawyer said to stay away from this place. I think these people are qualified to speak as well as myself.

#926526

The comments made in this post are from an ex-employee who worked for the company less than one week. All agents that work for the company are licensed by the State of Michigan and hold non-resident licenses in all the other states that we assist people in.

Due to the nature of our business we do spend a lot of time with each client to make sure they are properly educated about end of life decisions and their state regulated final expense policy.

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#398227 Review #398227 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Southfield, Michigan