Stewart, Cooper & Coon, Inc.

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Stewart, Cooper & Coon, Inc. Complaints and Reviews

Aug 24, 2015

WAKE UP BITCH

Angie Delgado was sleeping better than she had in the last few days since she'd gone on a tear through her cousin's life when she was awakened from a deep slumber by loud pounding on her bedroom door.

WAKE UP BITCH She rubbed the sleep from her eyes as she realized that her cousin Brenda was beating on her door loud enough to wake everyone in the neighborhood. She sat up in the small bed afforded to her and watched her door vibrate under the repeated pounding realizing that her thin cousin had finally come across the gift left in her bedroom.
Aug 13, 2015

I was tempted

my sons had gone on a two day excursion and would be back in town only on Saturday afternoon, I was tempted to call up my wife and tell her the good news I am back, secondly I felt let me surprise her by just landing up at the house.

We have been married for the past 12 years, no great sex life, my wife being very conservative did not like giving blow jobs, or letting me down on her, just functional, but she got the attention wherever she went, this she was very conscious off either in a saree, or in a skirt, or in her shorts or in her jeans, she has the perfect cut and the right bounce, and shocked many when they found out she was married and had two big kids of her own.

My flight landed back in Mumbai by 11-15 am , I tried calling my driver Kishan back on his mobile to pick me up at the airport, later I realized that the surprise would be out as he would immediately tell my wife.
Mar 25, 2015

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Hi We have just encountered the same scam we hadned over c2a31296.as a guarantee fee suposed to be refunded when we receive a cleared balance for the sale of our timeshare the resale company is OTS & the credit card guarantee payment was paid to a company called HFI.Of course the sale fell through at the last minute.Another company called us offering us another buyer which would be a guaranteed sale as it was a corporate company at a further cost of c2a32700 for legal fees.Needless to say we declined the offer.four months later came the call that Bradley Simms finance had been appointed by the high court to refund our money the full amount for the sale of our timeshare plus the guarantee.The cheque would be arriving by courier the next day and we would then give up our deeds once the cheque had cleared,the woman called herself Angela Barton.The courier never materialised.Then today a woman with a very distinctive voice, I recognised as the previous Angela Barton.But now using the name Hannah jones called from another finance company Marshall & cohen with the same rubbish about the long trial that had just ended in regards to the 4 million scammed out of people by OTS due to be refunded via there company.however because we hadn't paid the transfer fee due to the solicitors for the legal paperwork it was now neccessary to make a payment of c2a3830.00.I refused so she went on to say I'll send the cheque back as it was now an incumbrance against completion.So no in answer to your question there 1c48is no truth in it. http://jmoqofy.com [url=http://imdomlhh.com]imdomlhh[/url] [link=http://evkxxbyb.com]evkxxbyb[/link]
Mar 23, 2015

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yes . He went on to say that they had already dopesited 25% by Credit Card with the remaining 75% paid within 28 days this would mean that I would get my money (paid whichever way I wanted) within six weeks. He then asked if I had any contract paperwork to which I replied that I had never received any, including the cashback certificate. He then told me I would need to sign and return an indemnity form to enable him to get a replacement contract to pass to the new owners.Without prior knowledge of this type of scam this all sounds very plausible and everything is being done for your benefit.He then hit me with the age old and of course to show good faith you will need to pay an indemnity payment . I replied that the EU timeshare directive regs 2011 made this type of request for advance or upfront fees illegal. He blustered that this was the rules he had to work to, and that obviously this was standard procedure. I replied that whateve16a0r he chose to call this advance money request, it was still illegal and if he continued in this way then as an independent broker he was WORKING ILLEGALLY. He then got more agitated when I told him that I had numerous people contact me previously with the same scam after they had received my money (never going to happen) the purchasers would miraculously disappear off the face of the earth and I would be left with a lighter bank balance and a worthless holiday club membership. I then really lost it and told him I was f****d off with people trying to scam more money out of me. He then hung up!!
Mar 20, 2015

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These are just general comnmets. Originally had Timeshare with RCI (Petchey Leaisure ) sold to Incentive Leisure Group when they were based in Milton Keynes ( they seemed such nice friendly people.)Then 2 years later we were still the official owners and had to fight to get the maintenance paid ( we were lucky it was only a couple of hundred pounds) Eventually True Valid took over and we were scammed (older ladies,Northern accent sounded soooo genuine!) scammed again but each time got money back via credit card company (how much longer will they pay out I ask myself??) In the meantine we came out of RCIame but still linked to Incentive Leisure. Petchey knows of a company who bought the Timeshare, transaction completed in 48 hours. What a relief! However, we have the Reclaim bond which is due to mature in March 2013 and although we shall make a holiday to hand in certificate we are not expecting to get anything back and if we do it will be a bonus. People ring us regularly wanting to get hold of this bond,telling all sorts of stories, working on behalf of the Spanish Government,the money being held in Trust ,if we leave it there will not be money in the fund to pay us etc etc.So my way of handling this:-Before they get going it their blurb' I ask How they obtained my telephone number and establish they are cold calling.Then get them to repeat the Company Name and their name.Say you are checking Cold Caller List'Do not let them get into their flow disrupt their speech and say you will not hand any money over to any organisation ,now or ever.I also ask them to take my details off the contact list.Not that I think it works as next week they change the name of the company.It is obvious to me that these people know everything you have done with Timeshare ( they even know the number of the Reclaim Certificate.)Ask yourself how they got these details.Would be happy to converse with anyone and feel very strongly about this and cold calling generally. I would like to start an organisation to lobby parliament to make this sort of thing illegal. http://duxguct.com [url=http://nduwdru.com]nduwdru[/url] [link=http://byhvbxhan.com]byhvbxhan[/link]
Mar 19, 2015

Complete Scam

These companies are the worst kind of scum out there. They really don't provide any value whatsoever and they prey on those who can least afford it. They need to be sued out of business!
Mar 18, 2015

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Sharp thniking! Thanks for the answer.
Mar 17, 2015

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kalau oknum pribadi gitu tidak diksranaan ya, apalagi yang menjanjikan fix return. Kemudian jaminannya apa..kecuali kalau anda kenal dekat sekali dengan oknum tsb ya silahkan anda putuskan sendiri, tapi kalau kami pribadi tidak berminat
Feb 14, 2015

searching for a good job.

Have been contacted by:
Kristine Barney
Senior Vice President, Executive Evaluation
StewartCooperCoon.com
4809 E. Thistle Landing, Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85044
602-385-3000 ext. 315 office
480-422-9025 fax

I have called many times and left messages, NEVER..not once have I get a call back from Kristine Barney
Senior Vice President, Executive Evaluation. Never able to get a live person on the phone. Not the kind of organization or response i would expect OR trust.
Aug 22, 2014

Scam

They hook u with normal psychology of building on your fear. Do you want to make $150,000 or more a year .

Total scam and should be illegal.
Feb 12, 2014

I'm Confused

I'm seeing all these complaints and rebuttles, then see there's not a single complain on BBB for them.
Jul 9, 2013

The response I got from them was rude and dismissive

Received two unsolicited emails from them after turning on job search functionality on LinkedIn. An Internet search on their name produced mixed results. Some like them a lot, others complained that they asked for fees (from the job seeker). I directed them to my resume on http://monster.com. The response I got was rude and dismissive.
Jul 8, 2013

Totally useless

I received an email saying they would like to interview me for a job. When I went in, to their SHARED OFFICE I found out they didn't have a specific job and I told them they lied to me to get me into their office. They said they had "direct" contact with compaies looking for my skills. If that was the case the companies would pay their fee, not me. They wanted $3, 500 UP FRONT. I told this scum bag I would ever pay for anything upfront, especially a service that is always paid by the employer, and with no guarantee of even a phone call. Then this idiot said he would only charge half and the rest would be paid after I get hired. What an jerk and total waste of time. Never contact them unless they have a specific job; do not require payment from the searcher, and if you make it to their office and discover they are shared office space, regardless of how nice, turn around and get out as soon as possible. Some of these are nothing but a franchise to use their "offical" sounding name and some direction onsetting up an office and coaching on what to tell the victim. Not a bad gig when you can pay a high school kid to skim resumes for key words which are used for bait and contact info, schedule appointments every hour or less, and even one hit will get you $4, 000 - 5, 000. Never supply additional info that isn't already on your resume.
Jul 6, 2013

Fake job offers, this is scam

I was searching for a job for a long time and then I decided just to put my resume on the internet and wait till someone will call me. I received a call from Stewart, Cooper & Coon the next day and they told me that they can help me to find the job I want. It sounded good also because I couldn’t find job myself. I paid $400 and they promised me a refund if they didn’t manage to find something appropriate for me during three months.
Of course they didn’t find a work for me and I started working for my uncle, but three months later I decided to return my money. When I called them, I got a rude answer that they found work for me but I didn’t fit. It is a total scam! I have never got any job offer during three months and I told them to provide evidence about the job they found. I have also told that if they can’t provide any proof they have to refund me money within one week. I consulted with my lawyer and he told me that they have no right to refuse on my request.
I just hope they didn't get too many people scammed.

4809 E Thistle Landing Dr., Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Website: http://www.stewartcoopercoon.com/
Phone: (602) 385-3000

Stewart, Cooper & Coon, Inc. - Fake job offers, this is scam

Jul 5, 2013

Never fulfilled their promise and I've never got hired

I received two unsolicited emails from Stewart, Cooper & Coon them after turning on job search functionality. An internet search on their name produced mixed results. Someone liked them a lot, but others complained that they asked for fees. I directed them to my resume and asked to contact me if they’ll find something and the response I got was rude and dismissive. They didn’t want to provide any help despite the fact that email stated that I can get consultation for free and they will also add me to their database for free for two weeks.
After some time I decided to try to call them again and told that I am going to join their program and I will pay as much as they ask. Of course the answer was different than the first time. Stewart, Cooper & Coon promised to find me a job in six months otherwise they will fully refund the membership fees. They have never contacted me and have never replied to my emails or picked their phone.
Well, now I am starting the lawsuit against them and I know that I will win. I was suspicious about this company and now I know what a shit they are. I have saved all the documents and emails from them. My lawyer even told me that I can get more then lost as compensation. I hope that many people will avoid this scam due to my report. Watch out and spread it to the world!
I received two unsolicited emails from Stewart, Cooper & Coon them after turning on job search functionality. An internet search on their name produced mixed results. Someone liked them alot, but others complained that they asked for fees. I directed them to my resume and asked to contact me if they’ll find something and the response I got was rude and dismissive. They didn’t want to provide any help despite the fact that email stated that I can get consultation for free and they will also add me to their database for free for two weeks.
After some time I decided to try to call them again and told that I am going to join their program and I will pay as much as they ask. Of course the answer was different than the first time. They promised to find me a job in six months otherwise they will fully refund the membership fees. They have never contacted me and have never replied to my emails or picked their phone.
Well, now I am starting the lawsuit against them and I know that I will win. I was suspicious about this company and now I know what a shit they are. I have saved all the documents and emails from them. My lawyer even told me that I can get more then lost as compensation. I hope that many people will avoid this scam due to my report. Watch out and spread it to the world!

4809 E Thistle Landing Dr., Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Website: http://www.stewartcoopercoon.com/
Phone: (602) 385-3000

Stewart, Cooper & Coon, Inc. - Never fulfilled their promise and I've never got hired

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