Anonymous
map-marker Washington, District Of Columbia

Update on My Experience

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Investment in smaller companies with an eye towards growth. I am comfortable with my investments. I feel the companies objective is to grow shareholder wealth. Why should I not be able to invest in companies before they become a household name. I respect what they are doing and think the team is strong and the pipeline of opportunities could be very lucrative.
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User's recommendation: Risk on and risk off. Having some assets invested in specultaive ventures could really help the conservative size of a portfolio grow

Anonymous
map-marker Buffalo, New York

Avoid dont answer

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Beware losers asking for money selling you nothing but lies and fake dreams
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Nevaeh Wis
map-marker Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Medixall/TBG Holdings

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I received a cold call from Steve Bryant at TBG Holdings asking if I was interested in investing with a company - MediXall Group. I asked for some more information and was sent it the following day. I decided to pass on the opportunity and already sent an email to that point. Yet, someone posing as Steve continued to call me so I finally picked up. The non-Steve started to get angry that he sent me information and yet I was not interested in the opportunity. He proceeded to accuse me of not being honest in my assessment and implying that I was not very intelligent for making him send me information that he had clearly explained to me. I asked him to remove me from his list and he said he would not! and then he hung up with a racist remark - "go back to Hong Kong". I'm not from Hong Kong and am not Cantonese. I called Neil Schwartz the supervisor and he said he would discipline the guy that pretended to be Steve but I'd be wary of this company. Aggressive tactics are always a cover for a shady company and a desperate company. My personal opinion - they need money and they need it fast.
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Cons:
  • Racist
  • Aggressive selling tactics
  • Racist remark
Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Preferred solution: Let other people know about this racist

1 comment
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This guy is calling me. Glad to find this. I will have nothing to do with them.

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