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Reason for Rating
BBB rating is based on 16 factors. Get the details about the factors considered.
Factors that lowered the rating for Atlantic Marketing & Logistics Management Inc. include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
- BBB does not have sufficient background information on this business
Customer Complaints Summary
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Additional Complaint Information
This company first came to the attention of the Cleveland BBB in October of 2008. At that time several Ohio residents were solicited by mail to participate in a Secret Shopper program. Included with the mailing was a check for $3770. The letter indicates the recipient is to keep a portion of the monies as compensation but they should then send $3000 by wire transfer to an alleged Secret Shopper located either in the United States or Canada. Prior to taking any action the recipient is given instructions to call the company for more detailed information.
Addresses for the company appear to have been chosen at random locations in New York and in Georgia as do the company names appearing on the checks. As of November 1, 2008, at least one such company based in Florida has issued a statement on its website, www.raceeng.com, disavowing any relationship with this Secret Shopper program and warning consumers to be wary. In addition, the phone numbers in documents provided to the BBB originate in the State of Washington and also Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Consumers should be wary of receiving any such solicitation. Typically when the company is called the consumer is instructed to deposit the money into their personal bank account prior to sending the non-traceable wire transfer. The check will eventually bounce for insufficient funds and the consumer will remain liable for the bounced check.
Consumers receiving such a mailing are advised to either contact their local postal inspector or the Canadian agency known as Phone Busters online at www.phonebusters.com.
PLEASE NOTE: Since the exact location of the company is unknown, the address of the Cleveland BBB is being used so this report will be available to the public.
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