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Kingdom Business Services - SCAM - Kingdom Call Center

Kingdom Business Services reviews. I purchased 65 Medicare leads from the Kingdom Business Services and paid whooping $1,350. The problems appeared on the very first day, with the first two leads out of three.

 
 
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PRLog - Apr. 4, 2012 - I purchased 65 Medicare leads from the Kingdom Business Services and paid whooping $1,350. The problems appeared on the very first day, with the first two leads out of three. Namely, these two leads did not return my phone calls, as they were not even homes. Kingdom Call Center still charged for these appointments, as it is stated in their agreement that they can do so. Whereas the third appointment was non-existent. Moreover, I found out that I actually had an appointment with a deceased person, believe it or not.

The days following, where the exact copy of the first day, as most of the people I called had never agreed on any appointments whatsoever. Moreover, they expressed their discontent with the company since they were forced to accept the appointments and were deceived when telemarketing sales lead employee had phoned them. Some of them even said that they did not understand the caller from the Kingdom Business Services. I think that the reason for this is that this company employs people from other countries, who try to deceive and confuse senior citizens on purpose.

After the first six consecutive bad appointments, I tried to contact this so called company and demand a refund. I phoned and talked to Jennifer Deems who had been in charge of setting up my account. I found her to be very rude as she bluntly refused to approve any refunds as well as to let me speak to someone, like a supervisor or owner. The only possibility, as she explained, was the replacement of bad appointments with the new ones. As I really did not want to be dealing with the same problems as before (talking to people who had no clue that about the appointments or even having an appointment with a deceased) I refused to take on another batch of horrible appointments. I tried to find some other way to get in touch with the owner of Kingdom Business Services but this turned out to be an impossible task as the only contact phone number available was the one of John.

The only thing possible for me to do was to go to BBB and file a complaint, which I eventually did. Now, I deeply regret not checking out Kingdom Call Center leads prior to giving them $1,350.

Therefore, my story is a cautionary tale for all those who want to deal with this company. Be aware of the dangers that you are letting yourself into when you start dealing with this company. They will take your money and leave you with a bunch of worthless appointments and will not give the possibility of the refund. The Kingdom Business Services is a scam, especially designed to cheat their customers as well as senior citizens. They use any means possible to confuse older citizens to get them agreed to appointments, even when senior citizens are not even aware of what they are agreeing to. And then, they will sell those appointments to you. These worthless appointments will not yield any success, as people with whom you will have appointments with, are even interested in Medicare at all.

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Kingdom Call Center or Kingdom Business Services is pretend to be a lead generating company for insurance agents be aware of the telemarketing scams providing by this company. See more complaints:
http://www.incomplaints.com/business/429-kingdom-call-center

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Source:Linda J.
Phone:1-888-253-5888
Zip:31792
City/Town:Thomasville - Georgia - United States
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Tags:Kingdom Business Services, Kingdom Call Center, reviews, complaints, scams
Last Updated:Apr 09, 2012
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