Awesome. Next time they call me I am loaded with ammo. Maybe I will just send them to my competitor's offices.CID,
I did a Google search for: IPA Rip off IPA Scam
and this one post seemed very informative in particular fromex-employees.
It was on page one of Google yesterday, but today it is the top one on pagew 2.
Here is the link:
Read through all of them to see what you can accomplish and what they threaten, but do not actually do.
Thank you Indiana Jones.Been searching for this thread long?I have read several complaints about the agressive tactics of IPA and had just finished a meeting with one of their analyst today. Who of course wanted me to sign the deal before he left. He had a great pitch and he was very convincing making several promises. However, when I asked him to show me how the 3 to 1 return on investment ratio broke down against his payment schedule he fluttered several attemps at a bs offer.
I sensed something was not right and we as contractors know contracts right! I asked him if he was so confident that he could produce a 3 to 1 retun on investment ( 180,000.00 from 60,000.00) then why couldnt he wait till the end to get paid. Its gaurenteed, right.
I did not sign the contract and he left. After googling this company I feel that I dodged a bullet.:clap: However, while he was here he got into looking at my financials. The stories available on line have me worried that I should maybe be freezing my accounts.
Has anyone had fraud with these guys out there. Changing all your account info is a nightmare. I just reprinted checks from someone stealing my debit card info 3 months ago.
Manhattan beach California:blink: