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Business ManagementMr. Stewart Duckman, Secretary/Treasurer Mr. Jay Siff, President
Consultants - Social Media Email Service Provider Internet Marketing Services Marketing Programs & Services Advertising - Direct Mail
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|7/10/2016||Problems with Product/Service|
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Complaint: They led me to believe they were sending my advertising to only new home owners which is why I decided to advertise with them. Instead they sent a general blast of advertising to anyone in the zip code/s we discussed. When I found out what they had done I asked for a refund for that month and they declined and are now sending me to collections for that month because I wouldn't pay. I am now going to pay them to eliminate them from sending me to collections. I have no way to prove that they did this for the previous months which is why I only asked for a refund the one month. I am completely disgusted with their business practices and will never use them again.
Desired Settlement: At a minimum I want the one month refunded.
I sent this to ***** to try and explain.
Hi *****, I would like to review a few things about the problem you stated in your complaint and what we did. First you stated that we did not send to new home owners. We never say anything or advertise anything about new home owners, but only new movers/residents. ***** explained this to you in her conversation with you on May 9th. Shown below.
You started mailing monthly in November of 2012. We had no communications from you until 5/9/13 when you called to cancel and spoke to *****. She said all looks okay. Told him I would email a recap. Told May is last mailing. An hour later she sent you this with a map: Hi *****, I have stopped further mailings. May is your last mailing. We mailed to new residents moving into (single family homes earning a $50,000 or more annual income) the shaded area on the map below. Regards, *****. If you were not getting response, why didn’t you call sooner? There could be up to a 5% error in the income or home, apartments could slip in if the apartment number is not part of the address.
You also stated that we were just doing a general blast to anyone in the zip code. This is not true. We have over 100 sources that provide us with information on new movers in our area, form catalog sales, credit bureaus, deed transfers, utilities and more. You have a cap of 145. There is an average of 793 new movers in the 5 mile radius with the criteria you specified, see attached document you signed. And there are 164,987 people in that same 5 miles. Why would we not send to the new movers we know about.
In the notes I also saw you thought we could give you only certain square feet of houses. That we cannot do, nor have we ever been able to do that. You also thought the income screen was 80,000 and the signup note from **** and the letter you signed was set at 50,000.
We told you that the response would be low. Here are ****’s notes from your first call to us and from the day before you called us back to sign up:
9/19/2012 1:51:00 PM ********, **** Lead Inquiry
I called and get ***** - said he read about us in a Business to Business magazine a few months back -Does not remember the name or if that the right one - but he took note of the website address and then Goggle us months later when he started this new business - said he has a restoration business that cleans grouts/ tiles, resurfaced walk way etc. - would like some comparable sample - explained we do not do also of that - I can send generic but they will look similar to what he sees on line - seems disappointed that we do not have better samples or do a lot of restorative work - tell him uncharted Territory - but might be pleasantly surprised.
10/5/2012 9:15:42 AM ********, **** Follow up call
I called for ***** *- said he wants to mail about 200 pieces and wanted that letters to drop next week when he was out of town - said he is worried that he is going to be hammered w/ responses - I advised not likely - will get 1 to 2% - if he mails 200 - may generate 2 or 4 calls - seems disappointed and asked more about our experience w/ resurfaces- explained again - we have done none to my knowledge - so uncharted Territory - said he may mail less than - But send him an email of what he will need to keep moving forward - will send pictures - etc. - emailed list again of what we need
I don’t want to make this hard, but we did not promise a response and we allow you to cancel at any time for any reason as long as you cancel by the 25th of any month for the next month’s mailings. We provided the service we promised to provide to you. An as a goodwill gesture, on May 30th we voluntarily gave a credit of $51.75.
He replied: It's not about the response being low. New movers/residents would have been fine, but when I get a response and they say they’ve lived at the residence for 15 years. That is by no means a new resident/mover.
I then replied to him to try and explain that: I finally got information back from my supplier on this particular customer. This is what they said: We received Name, Address, and Phone on this new mover record from a telephone company list source. Perhaps it was labeled incorrectly by the telephone company. I cannot get more details about this. We can only rely on the information that is given to us. In this case they made a mistake. That is all I can offer.
He then replied: Sorry, but the way you present yourselves is not the service that is actually delivered. When a company doesn't deliver as promised the customer deserves a refund.
I then reminded him that we did give him a credit of 51.75 on May 30th.
In summary, we have explained everything we could and gave him a credit for the mistake. Please contact me with any other questions.
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