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Consumers can also file complaints on the Attorney General's Web site.This job has allowed me to feel honored when I see the impact I have made in the lives of those who I assist with physical and mental disabilities.
Alternative education in as far educating students who need extra care.
The remaining 0,000 will be paid to the state for consumer fraud prevention.
The settlement also requires the company to correct its alleged deceptive business practices, including misrepresenting the makeup of its member database and the status of its members, illegally obtaining consumers' protected credit information and extending the term of its membership agreements beyond that allowed by law.
I started in this company as cold caller in telemarketing. Everyone who trained me and turned around and trained were fantastic.
Worked my way up to traveling ,training throughout the nation and eventually was director of a franchise. I loved working with so many different personalities.
They just wanted the big money from them, Not much else to say. The management was talented and did their best to deliver the highest quality product at the best price.
Trades were excellent and hardly ever had an issue with quality control. Company was sold and absorbed into Wildwood Development.
Meriggi, Great Expectations’ Director Michael Buhler and Sales Representative Geri Schencker.
The lawsuit alleges that Great Expectations used coercive sales tactics, misrepresentations and other deceptive practices to sell expensive dating service memberships to Arizona consumers, typically costing thousands of dollars.
So, if someone makes more money per year, they automatically have to pay more to use this so-called "dating" service to get the exact same thing as someone would with a lower income...
I hated calling people and trying to "sell" the company to get people to go to the office location in Houston.
According to the settlement, Great Expectations must pay 0,000 in restitution to eligible consumers who were victimized by the company’s deceptive practices.