|Ne-1 Solutions USA Supreme Technologies Fast Pitch, Wanted $1455 for Biometrics Business - Thank God I did Research first Phoenix, Arizona |
|8th of Apr, 2011 by User509426 |
|I Got a call from someone named Shelly - said she worked for NE-1 Solutions and they were looking for distributors in my area to generate interest in their product. I immediately knew this would involve me giving them money especially when they began to ask how much debt I had etc. Immediately my antennas went up. I did sit and listen to the spiel just to hear what they had to say... Then I asked to see the product and they directed me to the website www.biometricsbiz.com with the name USA Supreme Technologies. They said that site was an example of what the site they would build for me would look like and that is where I would direct my customers and they would handle all the sales, customer service... all I had to do was sit back and collect the commissions once I generated the interest from the customer. They then sent me to the BBB site to search under the name NE-1 Solutions to show that they had only 1 complaint which had been resolved... I then said - but the site names the Company as USA SUpreme Technologies and you are showing me the report for NE-1 Solutions - nowhere on the site does the name NE-1 Solutions appear so you could be showing me two arbitrary companies for all I know... She became a bit flustered and NE1 is the parent company but she thought the name was on the website. At this point Shelly said her manager? (can't remember the exact title) John had just walked in and he could make the connection for me - so she put him on the phone and he said if I looked at the report NE1 lists security and technology as it's business so that's the connection - My BS Meter is going off BIG TIME now - but I still humor them John now tells me that he can let me have the system for $1455 - down from $3445... I said fine - I need to think about ti for a few days and I also want to see a copy of the contract between them and I first... He then said there is no contract - it is a list of terms and conditions - I said "fine let me see it" Shelly came back online and said she would email it to me but she would have to use her yahoo address because the company server is having problems - Yeah right! This one's a BIG SCAM ladies and gentlemen - I am very glad I took the time to come here and read all these reports first and that I kept my wits about me... I am very sorry for the losses suffered by those that were taken in by these scam artists - There must be a way to get these guys exposed on national TV or something!!! They are supposed to call me back in a few days for my answer let's see if that happens as I have yet to receive the terms and conditions promised. BEWARE AND RUN AWAY!!!|
|Simialar story for me. Same website, only they used a different name and the telephone tracking on the telephone call said, TWE Technologies. That is a company out of the far east which has nothing to do with biometrics. They had begun with a payment from me of $2, 445, but lowered it $1, 000 to begin, then they would take the balance of the additional $1, 000 out of my commissions after the first 90 days. I told them I wanted a few days to research the organization and the business potential of the product line. Guys named "John" and "Richard" called constantly after a couple days trying to get me to send them money to get started. From the beginning they told me they resided and were based in Sparks, Nevada, yet the phone calls appeared from Arizona. That was RED ALERT #2. Additionally, one of them slipped in saying that the actual products were manufactured by someone else, but they would not tell me who, so I could look them up for product reliability. Additionally, they said they have 17 inside sales people. My question was, "Why so many inside sales people when your product is being sold through agents like myself?" They replied that many of the orders are placed directly through the website and then the commissions are assigned to the outside sales agents. The website shows a price for the biometric car starter of $699, of which you are supposed to get $400 for each sold. Get real! These people seem to prey on those who are needing to get back into the workforce. Save your money and tell them to buzz off!|
|It's nice to know that the good ole internet still let's "anybody slander anybody" about whatever they want. I am a distributor for this company and they have worked with me every step of the way in order for me to make money. From the begining I have been treated with the utmost respect and have witnessed a level of service that I have not seen in many, many years. When I decided to get started with the business, I had limited funds available...my sales rep., named Shelly set my mind at ease and offered to work with me financially to get started with a minimum down. I was in business for about 40 days when I received my first commission check, which I am happy to report was enough to not only pay off the business, but I was also able to afford to buy a new computer for myself. |
I have nothing but positive things to say about this company...they are responsible for giving me the chance to own my own business and get away from the rat race of corporate america. I am making money with this company. For the first time in my life, I am working for myself and look forward to what the future brings with this company.
I can't believe anyone would consider the opportunity presented to be a scam...didn't your mother teach you...if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all.
|Well I understand why I was asked not to google the company. I was instructed to go to the web site given to me (www.biometricbiz.com). Thanks to the first two posts for the truth... |
Third post, nice try.
|OMFG!! Divaautobroker you are so full of it! first off my neighbor here in Victoria BC was scammed $12, 000 of her inheritance because she thought she was starting her own business, only to find out that Rich Paterson, Tay Craig, Allan Aron took her money and now will not return any of her calls. They did nothing for her as a matter of fact one of the telephone numbers are disconnected! So I thought I would help her out and found out these guys are a bunch of ex cons, junkies etc. working out of a basement somewhere and neither of them know anything about biometric security systems.USA Supreme Technology at 1500 e. Thomas Rd is a big scam, nothing but a scam, do not invest in this company|
|Just remember..."IF IT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, THEN IT PROBABLY IS (NOT) TRUE!!! Nough said...|
|I think divaautobroker is one of the owners or someone that has some type of investment in that company. I researched alot of other sites about bio usa and seen many horror stories! I can smell a scam in a second, like when they called me a half hour ago. They're gonna call me back tomorrow. Think I'll F#%k with them! LOL|
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