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This company offers sports hospitality events for major sporting events worldwide. They also offer individual ticket sales for purchase.
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Factors that raised the rating for Princeton Group, Inc. include:
- Length of time business has been operating.
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size.
- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business.
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business.
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Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Steven J. Krantz, Co-owner Mr. Marcus G. Davis , Co-owner Mr. Jason Driscoll, Co-owner
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Sports Hospitality Ticket Sales - Events Event Planners All Other Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services (NAICS: 561599)
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Complaint: The Princeton Group is a sports marketing group that tries to get financial advisors/brokers/agency owners to purchase trips to sport events and take their clients, etc. They have called my office for several years now and I have repeatedly asked to be removed from their call list. They apparently refuse to. I explained the last time that I was going to file a harrassment lawsuit if they didnt not honor my request and the DNC list that they have been added to for quite some time. I received a call to my office yet again today by a VERY rude young man by the name of ****** (he would not give me his last name) and started in on his "pitch" again. I told him that I had enough and needed to speak with the *******. He gave me the name of ****** ***** but would not put him on the phone to me. He then proceeded to laugh at me to his fellow telemarketers there in his office out loud. I have never seen a more unprofessional organization and been persistantly harrassed by any company more than the Princeton Group. I suggest they receive an "F" BBB Rating because their business practices are the farthest thing from an A rating I have ever witnessed
Desired Settlement: I would like written confirmation from one of the company heads on Princeton Group letterhead that they have taken the appropriate measure to permanently remove me, my firm, my contact info, etc. from their database. That written confirmation will be kept until such time as I see fit, and if they persist in calling me after such time, I will file legal action against them. I have been told at least 15 times "we'll remove you", so that isnt good enough this time. I want it in writing.
Dear Mr. *****:
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Better Business Bureau:
I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID *******, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me PROVIDED that they adhere to the assurances they have communicated in their response letter. I simply wish to have no further contact with them, in any way, shape, or form. If they persist in continuing to contact my offices trying to solicit business, I want to make sure it is made clear to them that I will pursue legal action against them to the fullest extent possible. Their words in the response letter mean nothing to me at this point, as they had promised to take me off their call list at least 10+ times in the past, and did not. Follow through is the only true resolution I am looking for.
I do appreciate all the BBB's help in getting to this point in the process and sincerely hope that this matter is behind us. Thank you for your time & attention in this matter.Regards,
*** ****** **** & ******* *********
BBB's Final Determination: Consumer accepted resolution offered by the business.