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Richard Atashian

Richard Atashian

(860) 225-7597

Richard Atashian

22 years in business
1646 Stanley St
New Britain, CT 06053-2442
BBB File Opened: 01/08/1997
Business Started: 01/01/1995
Type of Entity
Sole Proprietorship
Business Management
  • Mr. Richard Atashian, Owner
Business Category
  • Work-At-Home Companies
Alternate Business Names
  • Home Assembly
  • Grants
  • Grants Fast Grants Free



Richard Atashian is an individual who places ads in national publications. He offers information on the following: Home Assembly, Grants and Get Paid For Mailing Letters.

This individual's "help wanted" ad touts earnings claims of $400.00 a week for assembling products. The ad invites consumers to send away for "free" work-at-home information. When consumers receive the "free" information, they are asked to pay $27.00 in order to receive a list of companies that purportedly offer home assembly work. Consumers are then on their own to research the viability and availability of any actual home assembly work.

For $49.00, this individual provides a list of purported grant providers. The company's "grant" offer is similar to its "home assembly" offer in that consumers are on their own to research the availability and legitimacy of any actual grants.

Lastly for $32.00, this individual offers a manual called "Get Paid Mailing Letters." The individual claims this program will show consumers step-by-step how they can get paid for mailing letters without paying postage, placing ads, buying circulars or name lists.

BBB Reason for Ratings

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Factors that affect the rating for Richard Atashian include:

  • 14 complaint(s) filed against business
  • Failure to respond to 12 complaint(s) filed against business
  • BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates

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Richard Atashian


Richard Atashian

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