10/04/2015world trinity funding group
They do not pay their employees!If you are ever emailed an opportunity to work with an employer name "nana" (he doesn't give you his real name) do not do it! It is a scam! He'll promise you that he would pay you hourly plus commission and then when the time comes to pay you for your services he will then give you some bogus excuse as to why he cannot pay you. If you ever ask him about your pay he will then tear up your conntract and ask you to leave no matter how long you have worked for him. Unfortunately, myself and peers were sucked into this company believing that we were gonna get paid for our outside sales plus hourly wages (which he calls "allowances").Basically, the concept of this company is for them to provide small businesses loans, you must go out and advertise this company to local merchant shops. The merchant shops, if they agree to get a loan, must provide their bank statements and business license in order to get a loan. Now, this guy originally said that he was going to pay his employees weekly with $450, but it has been almost 3 weeks with nothing to show for it. I provided him "leads" ( merchants whom were interested) and he refuse to pay any of us. So, when I confronted him on this issue he tore up my contract and told me to never comeback. I happily walked out, but not before I contacted the labor commission and informed them of this man. I even talked to two lawyers who told me I have a case. When I saw my former coworker they informed me that they printed up a statement stating that they were going to "withhold" their "allowances" until they come in with more leads! I am not sure that a company can do that to their employees and I certainly would steer clear of this man and his accomplice , Lori.
02/04/2015Bill Rayman Home Mortgages
I have known Bill for about 4 years now and besides being a great guy, he has always shown the utmost professionalism toward me and my clients. I've never hesitated to recommend him to people I know and ask for his help for myself. He is NOT a cookie cutter kind of Broker. When issues pop up, as they invariable do, he thinks outside the box to get the job done. In fact, I would venture to say that if he can't make it happen, then it can't be done. And if he has to call in other resources to assist in making it happen, he knows just who to call. The client is always his number one concern.