Anonymous

Scammed by union world news

They charged me over $2000 and said I would have top spot for google and get all kinds of calls from their union members and veterans. Yeah I didn't get one phone call.

They promised to introduce me to union leaders and they always had some reason why they weren't doing that either. They are a total fraud!

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Caterin Vov
map-marker Las Vegas, Nevada

Scammers

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I worked for this company and was able to see how they truly operate....not only do they rip off customers with lies of what they can do for their company they also screw over employees....the only reason they are able to not get called out on their lies more often is because they target unsuspecting business owners in hopes that said business owner can't tell if business or lack their of is actually generated from the union site or other marketing streams....please do your self a favor and do the research yourself

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Anonymous
map-marker Kirkland, Washington

Union World News Advertising

Union World News promised me a top ranking video on Google. The salesman Rocco, stated that they have special privileges and rates with Google as an affiliate of unions.

This is utter lies. They do not get special privileges through Google. They use the union name to sucker people into believing they are ethical. They cannot rank a video any differently than anyone else.

And, the videos they create are such poor quality, it is shocking.

They created one that was full of stock images that had nothing to do with my service. It was extremely late, and they strung me along till the end of the cancellation policy.

Please avoid these scam artists.

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They scammed me out of over $2000. I called several times and they told me they couldn't give me my money back. They are all *** bag salespeople.

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