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Consumer Complaint report is a site where consumers can talk about their annoying experiences with products and services. This is for the primary assistance of future consumers who can then learn from the experience of others and make an informed decision. This way, errant companies selling dubious quality goods, are checked.

The site is an ideal platform for those consumers were unfortunate to get cheated by companies who didn’t deliver on their promises. Consumer complaint report helps consumers make better informed purchase decisions, get better service from manufacturers and service providers and also help businesses provide better service to consumers.

We allow you to post your complaints which can be viewed by other visitors on the site. This helps others avoid the same problem and alerts them to the activities and unethical practices followed by such companies and service providers. Moreover, using the platform you can also gain leverage against the company and solve your dispute amicably.

We can help you learn from other complaints, read real experiences of duped consumers, share your own good or bad experiences in the consumer industry and also check out the customer services of many companies. By using our services you can help yourself and others in many ways. You can:

- Conduct research on consumer products and services.

- Get information about products that you intend to use before you actually buy them.

- Send your complaint to companies.

- Help others avoid the same situation.

- Help others make better informed purchase decisions.

- Increase awareness among users by exposing the perpetuators of scams.

Consumer complaint report is a powerful and informative source for consumers to publicize the unscrupulous acts of some business houses. For the postings to be allowed on our site it is important that they be authentic and verifiable. We help consumers as well as businesses serve each other better and improve market ethics.

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Just How Made in America Is That? Economic Information Exchange Company Announces Upcoming Phone Application

Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 12, 2013

Economic Information Exchange Company announces upcoming phone application to be delivered in October. The phone application will allow consumers to scan products bar-codes and, if available, see its Economic Impact Rating. But why is a rating important?

At a time when even the United States’ Olympic uniforms were “Made in China”, Americans are asking, can buying “Made in the USA” really create jobs and economic growth?

Many researchers believe it can. Jeff Faux, a researcher from the nonpartisan Economic Policy Institute, in Washington, D.C., says, “Consumers need to understand that all jobs and wages are interconnected.” He says, “When you buy foreign goods—and sometimes there’s no choice—it means that fewer U.S. workers will have the money to buy the goods and services you sell.”

So, if we buy anything that says “Made in the USA”, we’ll be okay?

Unfortunately not.

A February 2013 Fox Business Report, doing research on “Made in the USA” labeling and advertising, found labeling practices are often deceptive, if not outright false. They concluded that their evidence “shows that if not misled, consumers are at least confused”.

This is because qualifying for “Made in the USA” labeling is easy to do. In fact, as detailed in a July 2013 article in Parade Magazine, you don’t have to qualify at all. No third party is checking a company’s qualifications off and saying “okay, go ahead now”. Rather, companies can put a “Made in America” stamp on their packaging, signage, and advertising—and only when a complaint is brought against them do they have to show documentation to prove their claims.

If brought to court, they will need to show documentation that the product is “all or mostly” from America, and the company must have evidence to back it up. Sadly, the documents often show their “made in the USA” status is misleading, or in some cases, outright false.

What are companies doing? According to a January Fox Business Report, they will import all of their materials and inputs, to only assemble the product in a factory in America, and stamp it as “American Made Clothing”, “American Made Boots” or “Made in the USA toys.”

As reported on in an September 4, 2013 article on The Verge, currently, if an import combines materials or processing from more than one country, the Federal Trade Commission considers the country of origin to be the last country in which a “substantial transformation” occurred—for example, the place where a computer was fabricated, not the country that supplied most parts. This leaves room for substantial error and fraud that could mislead, or outright lie, to consumers. All products and services can fall into this problem.

Why does the level of American Made-ness matter? What’s that mean for impact on America’s economy?

Anthony Comito, American Made expert and founder of the Economic Information Exchange Company, claims, “A product like, for instance, Google’s new Moto X phone, which is assembled in Texas but is made of mostly foreign parts, creates one or two factories for assembling. This employs American workers and management. In the Moto X’s case, about 2,000 jobs are created– and that’s great– however, with the Moto X phone’s inputs all being foreign made, a large portion of the purchase price goes to jobs and economic growth in foreign countries. If the inputs had been sourced from the United States, it would have created numerous American factories, jobs and economic growth all along the phone’s supply chain. Having these supply chain factories in turn creates demand for businesses to service the factories and their employees. The factories need cleaning and maintenance services; employees need restaurants to dine at, stores to buy from, cars to drive, so on and so forth. Differences in where products inputs are sourced can have profound economic effects that consumers should be aware of.”

With pants made in Vietnam labeled as “authentic, active, outdoor, American”; a T-shirt with the words “Made in the” above the U.S. flag coming from Mexico; and the Moto X with its “designed and assembled in America” marketing campaign— How does a consumer navigate such murky waters?

The Economic Information Exchange Company is looking to help. They’ve created the “American Economic Impact Rating”, a patent-pending method for communicating a product’s or service’s economic impact to the United States. In other words, just how American made is it? The rating considers several factors including where the labor came from; origin of the materials and inputs, overhead, charitable contributions, tax contributions and more. Using this data, a rating is determined on a 5-star scale. The more stars, the larger the portion of the purchase price being captured by the American economy and poised for economic growth.

Mr. Comito, CEO of the Economic Information Exchange Company– an accountant and creator of the American Economic Impact Rating– thinks, “Consumers using their wallets have the power to shape the economy—and the future of America. They just need detailed and accurate information to use in their purchase decisions.” In that regard, the American Economic Impact Rating claims to be “Consumer Reports for Made in America”.

When asked about what people can do to help, Mr. Comito says, “Lots of things. Download the Phone App in October; Like us on Facebook; follow us on Twitter; email us; tell us what you want to see ratings for– anything to show companies that their customers care”. They’re currently asking Facebook and Twitter fans which products, services or companies they want to see ratings for. He says, “If something comes to mind, get on there and tell us.” “We hope to cover all kinds of American made products some day; American made knives, American made Boots, American made furniture, American made jeans, American made toys, American made cars”. “I could keep going”, he says.

We hope he does.


Sources:; September, 3, 2013;

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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 16, 2013, a new site that allows people to review public death records, was launched this week, the company announced yesterday.

“People have the right to review death records whenever they want to, but as a practical consideration that can sometimes be difficult,” a spokesman said. “We simplify the process and allow people to review these records from their own home.”

Customers simply need to go to, enter a name into the guide field, and they can instantly review any death records in North America, he said.

“The most common reason people want to review death records is when they are building their family tree,” the spokesman said. “The next of kin information on the death record can be invaluable.”

If people don’t use an online service like to review death records they have to drive to town halls themselves, which can be time consuming, particularly if they are hundreds of miles away.

“We make it easier and more practical than ever to review death records,” he said. “This is a service that people are looking for.”

Doing a death record review can also help people find out if genetic illnesses run in their family as well as help them avoid becoming a scam artist victim, the spokesman said.

“No matter why they want to review a death record, is here to help,” he said.

About is an online source for public records that specializes in delivering the most comprehensive death reports in North America. Generating hundreds of customers daily, prides itself on providing the highest degree of customer service and report accuracy. Visit today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-335-9173, or email Manager(at)Funeral(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.

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Scambook Cautions About New Generation of Scams Exploiting Bad Email Habits

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 17, 2013

Scambook, the Internet’s leading complaint resolution platform, wants to educate the public about bad email habits that may place them at increased risk for online scams, identity theft and fraud.

The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) estimates that fraudulent online activity has increased 8% since 2011, a statistic also reflected in the complaints received by Scambook. Consumers can help protect themselves by implementing a few changes in how they use email.

“Now that email has become such a core part of our lives, many of us take email privacy and security for granted,” said Kase Chong, Scambook’s Director of Marketing. “There’s an entire generation of scammers devoted to email scams such as phishing and wire transfer fraud, therefore consumers need to be aware of these threats and exercise greater caution with their email.”

According to Scambook, there are hundreds of variations to these email scams designed to steal consumers’ private information, hack their computers or trick them into giving their bank account numbers or wiring money.

While security software and anti-spam filters are able to block a significant percentage of these threats, consumers are still at risk if they engage in certain “bad habits” while using email. Experts at Scambook have compiled a list of common email pitfalls with solutions to help boost email security:

1. Checking Email on Public WiFi. Even if a network is password protected, email information shared over the network can be accessed by hackers who too are connected to the network. Scambook recommends avoiding using public WiFi whenever possible.

If this cannot be avoided, consumers are advised to ensure their computer or mobile device is protected by the most up-to-date security software available.

2. Staying Signed In on Mobile Devices. By staying automatically signed into email on a mobile device, such as an iPhone, consumers are more vulnerable to roaming hackers.

Scambook recommends logging out of email accounts after each session and remaining logged out when not in use.

3. Using the Same Username and Password on Other Sites. Many consumers repeat their email address username and password when creating accounts for other websites. This is a very dangerous habit where if hacked, cyber criminals can use the information to breach the user’s email account.

Consumers are advised to create brand new usernames and never repeat passwords.

4. Keeping Old Emails with Personal Information. Due to the vast amount of free storage space offered by many email providers, consumers may be tempted to never delete old emails. However, these old emails can contain sensitive personal information that could place them at risk of identity theft if hacked.

Scambook advises deleting any email that is no longer relevant and emptying email trash on a regular basis.

Scambook also encourages consumers to educate themselves about different types of email scams and follow the latest news in consumer threats to avoid being a victim. Additional information is available on


Scambook is an online complaint resolution platform dedicated to obtaining justice for victims of fraud with unprecedented speed and accuracy. By building communities and providing resources on the latest scams, Scambook arms consumers with the up-to-date information they need to stay on top of emerging schemes. Since its inception, Scambook has resolved over $ 2 million in reported consumer damages. For more information, visit

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Insurance Commissioner Gerhart Announces “Iowa Fraud Fighters” Public Education Program to Assist Iowans to Prevent and Report Investment Fraud

Iowa Fraud Fighters

Des Moines, IA (PRWEB) September 09, 2013

Iowa Insurance Commissioner Nick Gerhart announced today that the Iowa Insurance Division (IID) has launched the statewide “Iowa Fraud Fighters – Shield Your Savings” public education program. The program will educate and empower Iowans to combat and report investment and insurance fraud.

Con artists are targeting Americans age 60 and older, swindling more than 5 million Americans out of almost $ 3 billion each year, according to a 2009 Metlife study.

“Unfortunately, many smart Iowans have fallen victim to these very slick and sophisticated investment scammers, and some have lost their entire life savings,” said Commissioner Gerhart.

Martha-Jo Ennis, a retired school teacher from Marion, Iowa, said she never understood how anyone could fall for an investment scheme until it happened to her—and she lost her retirement savings and an inheritance.

According to court records, Ennis was one of numerous Iowa victims who lost millions of dollars in a Ponzi-type scheme orchestrated by Noah Aulwes, former owner of Covenant Advisors of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Aulwes plead guilty last year to theft in the first degree, securities fraud and money laundering and received a prison sentence of up to ten years, according to Linn County District Court, case FECR92810.

According to victim impact statements read during the sentencing hearing, Aulwes preyed on retirees, using charm and Christianity to get a foot in the door and gain victims’ trust to invest in hedge funds, real estate, private venture and other sub-funds through Covenant’s private placement fund.  

“Noah presented seemingly good investments, like buying foreclosed homes to be resold for a profit; but unfortunately the profits were only on paper, and when we tried to get our money out, it was gone,” said Ennis. “When you think you have yourself set up for retirement and have it taken from you—you feel nothing but anxiety and fear. It’s ruined my life and has wrecked my relationships with my family.”

According to Commissioner Gerhart, Iowans need to take the time to double-check investment offers and verify whether the adviser and offer are legitimate. The Iowa Insurance Division has created a website,, to help educate Iowans on common investment and insurance scams and provide tips to prevent fraud, verify investment offers and report fraud. The site includes answers to frequently asked questions and a checklist of information to gather from investment advisers to verify the legitimacy of the offer and ensure the investment adviser is licensed.

The “Iowa Fraud Fighters—Shield Your Savings” program also includes six consumer outreach and educational forums across the state, with the first forum kicking off at Park Place Event Centre in Cedar Falls on Sept. 24. Forums will also take place at the Sioux City Convention Center on Oct. 29, Honey Creek Resort in Moravia on Nov. 21 and three additional locations in spring 2014.

“These forums give Iowans the opportunity to speak with several government agencies and learn about the state resources available to help prevent fraud from happening to them or a loved one,” said Gerhart. “We also want Iowans to know we are here to help them take charge in the fight against fraud and report fraud when it occurs.”

Commissioner Gerhart, Department on Aging Director Donna Harvey and representatives from Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller’s office, Area Agencies on Aging and Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) will present the program. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., lunch and presentations conclude at 1:30 p.m. and informational booths staffed by agency representatives and AARP, a forum assistance provider, will close at 2 p.m. To RSVP for the kick-off presentation and complimentary luncheon, call toll-free at 866-559-7114 or visit by Sept. 19.

In addition to the community forums, brochure and website, the public education program includes a TV and newspaper public service advertising campaign that runs through May 2014.

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Travel To Go Sees Decline in Complaints Thanks to Travel Tip Campaign

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San Diego, California (PRWEB) April 21, 2014

Through an initiative to learn more about its customers, Travel To Go has learned that complaints within the travel industry typically center on two things: travel scams and lack of customer support. Travel To Go members know that their membership is an invaluable asset toward planning and securing their dream vacation experience, and Travel To Go strives to create a seamless experience for travelers.

The Travel To Go complaints prevention team observed that feedback from non-members shows that many vacation planners are wary of travel scams, as well as being targeted and taken advantage of by criminals. On a regular basis, Travel To Go issues in-depth looks at the latest travel scams to threaten travelers and vacation planners. By keeping its members alert and aware, it is doing its fair share in ensuring that members know what to watch out for and remain vigilant of while traveling.

According to those Travel To Go complaints collected, the travelers that fear being targeted by scam artists are unaware of what to look out for. With this in mind, Travel To Go is issuing out some basic scam awareness tips. First and foremost, never provide an unsolicited caller with personal information of any kind. Reputable businesses will be able to confirm who they are calling before they place the call. Another great tip is to simply avoid taking expensive items on vacation. There are too many ways that things can become lost or stolen, and leaving items at home ensures that both scenarios remain impossible.

With regard to Travel To Go complaints seen from non-members, many of them also claim that they feel as if their membership with other brands is not worthwhile. At Travel To Go, membership comes with constant benefits and surprises that are sure to please even the most frequent traveler. Travel To Go is dedicated to its members and with close to 60,000 members, is proud to meet and exceed all of their expectations. Serving their members with passion and integrity, Travel To Go is proud to have received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.

For more information on the travel benefits available via this vacation fulfillment giant, visit

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ALERT: Cyber Hacker (s) Targets Omaha PR Firm & Beef Additive Alert™ | Used Sophisticated Alleged Spy Keylogger

Cyber Crooks Strike Behind Closed Doors

Omaha, NE (PRWEB) September 05, 2013

If your National Marketing/PR Firm takes on high-profile clients, tackling controversial issues – be on high alert for a politically-motivated cyber attack that anti-virus and firewall programs reportedly can’t presently block. It is called the so-called FBI MoneyPak Ransomware Virus keylogger, a reported newer variation. It is a covert hacker program that is used to spy & steal what a user types, and/or attempts to extort money, while modifying a registry and disabling the target computer.

The real FBI warns businesses about spear-phishing, in which internet crooks target online organizations solely based on their industry or cause involvement – that the cyber-criminal seeks to sabotage. National PR Firms who represent client causes are smack-dab in the bull’s-eye of these politically-triggered cyber-attacks.

Omaha Marketing Firm Stern PR™ recently got hit by the dangerous suspected keylogger, an apparent newer variation that is proliferating nationally. The new USA Beef Additive Alert™ Campaign appears to be the main target.

The suspected keylogger discovery coincides with a handful of suspicious website log in warnings.

“We want authorities to investigate all incidents. We think the suspected keylogger attack was not a random strike, but we are not certain. We’re concerned about stolen intellectual data, financial credentials and proprietary username/passwords. We hope the Feds pursue,” said Stern.

Stern PR™ also reports that there has been a lone cyber bully protestor who appears to be engaging in phone & internet harassment, “so-called communications that in total, we think, cross the line and are far from civil discourse. Beef Additive Alert and Stern PR™ have verbally told this individual to stop calling our office,” states Stern.

Stern PR™ Recommends Cyber Policy

“We suggest organizations of all kinds implement a ‘Cyber Harassment Policy’. This is essentially a plan of action, to block, ban and ignore the communications of cyber bullies, while actively reporting the shenanigans to social media platforms and authorities, when appropriate,” emphasized Susan Stern.

Lawmakers Should Scrutinize Cyber Laws & Resources

“We also strongly urge state & federal lawmakers to spend time examining the current laws on the books to see if we need tougher legislation and enforcement resources to combat cyber shenanigans directed at protecting small business & individuals. Are our laws up-to-date with today’s technology?” opines Susan Stern, owner of Nebraska-based Stern PR Marketing™. Stern reported the crimes to a local FBI Field Office and the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, plus other entities.

Havoc So-Called FBI Virus Caused

At Stern PR™, the vicious ransomware disabled one network computer, displayed a fake U.S. Justice Department warning and attempted to extort money. However, as the FBI warns, in a general reference to cause-triggered attacks, a cyber-criminal’s motive may be more sinister – to steal proprietary data and use the heisted intellectual property to the crook’s advantage, the modus operandi of Spear-Phishing.

Keylogger Slips past Firewalls

It’s well-known inside the anti-virus community, that the best preventative attack software on the market cannot currently detect nor block the dangerous so-called FBI keylogger & its variations. None. Nada. Zilch. “So, if you’re computers are struck, have IT support remove the corrupted keylogger post-break-in and run regular diagnostics,” emphasizes Stern.

All PR Firms Vulnerable

“What this means is any computer infrastructure is vulnerable to random hackers and those with an ax to grind – a cause to protect. How did the malware infiltrate? There are many possibilities. You may receive the so-called FBI Virus/Keylogger/Trojan via an infected email from someone. Or, someone sends your business a Tweet with a link containing malicious code. Your browser could also be hijacked, automatically sending you to a page that forces the download,” said Stern.

Company Targets Feel Jolt

“No one said it would be quick and easy to recover from a suspected keylogger attack. But fortunately, Stern PR Marketing™ has weathered the cyber storm remarkably well. We are forward thinkers. During the whirlwind, we relied on our strong security protocols, including an external data backup system, set aside computers and reliable IT support – allowing us to operate at full-speed on behalf of all our clients, including the Beef Additive Alert™ Campaign,” stated Susan Stern, who beams a friendly smile and an upbeat attitude in spite of the goings-on by a cyber crook (s).

Stern PR™ Tips: What to Do if Cyber Outlaw Attacks

File a report with the FBI & the Internet Crime Complaint Center
Report Bullying to Facebook, Twitter & Google When Appropriate
Use Higher Social Media Security Profiles to Log In
Hire an IT Firm to Regularly Diagnosis, Detect & Fix Corrupted Computers
Frequently Change Username/Passwords using letters, symbols & #’s: Ex: T#xAs+51H2
Alert your Bank to Potential Fraud
Block, Ban, Hang Up & Ignore a Cyber Bully
Keep Current a Computer’s Operating System & Anti-Virus
Upgrade to the most recent Flash, Acrobat & Java versions, which are Commonly Exploited
Stop Opening Emails or Links from Suspicious Characters
Immediately Shut Down Computer & Call IT, if a Suspicious Window Appears
Stay informed. Receive the latest cyber-crime news at the Internet Criminal Complaint Center – a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C).

Susan Stern is owner/operator of Stern PR Marketing, a full-service, two person Omaha-based National PR firm that helps established businesses & organizations reach their target market using the entire marketing mix, while operating with a commitment to integrity and ethics. For more information, please contact Susan Stern, at Stern PR Marketing.

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Law Firm Files Counterclaims Against UPS and The UPS Store, Inc. on Behalf of 11-Store Franchise Owner; Allegations Include “Massive Fraud Perpetrated Upon the Public”

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 21, 2014

According to recently filed court documents, the two owners of a 20% market share of “The UPS Store” franchise locations in Manhattan have responded to a lawsuit filed by The UPS Store, Inc. (“TUPSS”), United Parcel Service, Inc. and United Parcel Service of America, Inc. (collectively “UPS”) with counterclaims and a third-party complaint seeking more than $ 50 Million in damages, plus punitive damages, costs, attorneys’ fees and other relief. The papers were filed on April 16, 2014 in New York Federal Court in lower Manhattan in the action entitled, The UPS Store, Inc., et al. v. Robert Hagan, et al. (S.D.N.Y., 12-cv-1200-WHP).

The federal civil action was initially commenced by UPS on February 25, 2014. According to the complaint on file, UPS seeks money damages and other relief against Robert Hagan, Thomas Hagan and each of their jointly-owned corporate entities. The Hagans’ responded last week by filing court documents denying all claims and asserting counterclaims against UPS and TUPSS for breach of contract, fraud, retaliation, tortious interference, unfair trade practices and multiple violations of consumer protection laws in New York and California. The court documents also include detailed allegations of alleged unethical business practices observed at other “The UPS Store” locations in Manhattan and California between October 2013 and January 2014.

According to the court-filed counterclaims, at the heart of the Hagans’ counterclaims is an alleged November 12, 2013 meeting at TUPSS’s corporate boardroom in San Diego. Court records state that the Hagans allege they notified senior TUPSS executives about questionable business practices they discovered while trying to improve their own business operations. According to the pleadings, the business practices allegedly reported by the Hagans involved franchisees “lying about the UPS Ground delivery guarantee”; “misleading customers about guaranteed delivery dates”; “upselling higher-price shipping options that offer no additional benefits to customers”; “concealing the existence of cheaper cost shipping services when requested by customers”; “adding inches to the dimensions of boxes”; “adding weight to boxes”; “overcharging customers more than the maximum allowable UPS retail rate”; and “charging customers for accessorial charges they did not request.” According to the Hagans’ lawsuit, they claim that in the weeks and months following the San Diego meeting, no action was taken by TUPSS or UPS to investigate and stop the questionable practices and instead, the Hagans became the target of retaliation and selective enforcement, which they believe ultimately destroyed their business. According to the Court documents, on February 5, 2014, UPS terminated the Hagans’ franchise agreements and directed them to cease operations at each of their eleven locations.

According to the Hagans’ attorneys Mark L. McKew and Stephen J. Savva, “good faith attempts to avoid litigation were exhausted with UPS’s counsel prior to filing the counterclaims and third-party action.” The attorneys further state that “because this is a matter of public concern with the potential to impact a large number of consumers, a press conference will be scheduled shorty to share additional details about the evidence collected by investigators.” Consumers are encouraged to confirm pricing and delivery guarantees online, keep detailed records of all shipping transactions and promptly report cases of potential consumer fraud to the appropriate agencies.

For further information please contact Mark L. McKew, Esq. or Stephen J. Savva, Esq.


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US Federal Contractor Registration Reports 237 Available Government Contracts in the state of Arizona

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Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) April 18, 2014

US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) is releasing highly regarded data showing the increase of federal contracts in Arizona. Currently after reviewing the federal marketplace for available solicitations, US Federal Contractor Registration has found 237 contracting opportunities/awards in the state of Arizona. In order for businesses in Arizona to start bidding on these opportunities and awards, they must first become registered in System for Award Management (SAM). Contractors can call (877) 252-2700 Ext 1 to start the government registration process or go to their Online Registration page.

Georgia Tech PTAC office “estimates that a high percentage of the 600,000 firms presently registered in have errors in their records. The mistakes range from misspelled words to empty data fields, to incomplete entries, to selection of incorrect procurement codes, and other flaws. As a result, these vendors miss-out on government contract opportunities either because they are screened out for not exhibiting attention to detail or because of incomplete information they cannot be identified by government buyers.” This shows that there is a real need for US Federal Contractor Registration’s services.

In an effort to help businesses become registered and help the small business initiative US Federal Contractor Registration is encouraging businesses to use other their full service or their self-service options. Investing in US Federal Contractor Registration’s full service plan prepares a contractor for all that is ahead. The full service includes yearlong technical support, annual SAM migration updates, added to the USFCR federal buyer newsletter, creation of a FEMA Vendor profile, grant assistance if needed, NAICS code research and the highly-recognized Verified Vendor Seal of Approval. US Federal Contractor Registration complaints are handled very seriously due to the gravity and importance of federal paperwork compliance.

US Federal Contractor Registration has registered over 60,000 private sector businesses in the SAM registration some of which include McGraw Hill, HP, Wells Fargo, Xerox, GoodWill, Dixie, UPS, Heinz, Sheraton Hotels, Marriott, Westin, Interstate Oil, CITI, and Coldwell Banker. As well as academic institutions and colleges like NYC, Northwestern, Oxford, Southwestern, and Mercer. Numerous federal agencies like US Army, US Navy, Veteran Affairs and United States Department of Agriculture have also had their government paperwork facilitated by US Federal Contractor Registration Case Managers.

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Receive 25% off Ask Listen Retain’s Customer Survey Packages – Offer Ends April 21

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Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 15, 2014

Ask Listen Retain offers a simple yet effective solution for business owners who are wondering what clients think about their products and services: just ask. Ask Listen Retain is now offering a 25% discount on its customer survey packages, but this unique offer ends April 21. ALR helps business owners gather customer feedback to enhance customer satisfaction and to increase customer retention.

It’s easy to take advantage of this discount.

1) Register now for the 25% discount at

2) Once registered, a survey specialist will contact you to discuss your customer feedback needs, including a quote with a 25% discount!*

In a competitive marketplace where social media has given the customer center stage, now more than ever it’s critical to know exactly what customers are thinking. Engaging customers from the inside out, and making sure everyone in a company shares the same vision—across departments, touch points, and geographies—are vital components to the health and success of a business. ALR is excited to help business owners address their customers’ concerns in order to capitalize on some astonishing customer retention statistics.

Only 1 out of 25 dissatisfied customers will ever speak out and let someone within a company know about their dissatisfaction. Ninety-one percent will never come back again, and what’s worse a dissatisfied consumer will tell between 9 and 15 people about their experience. However, 95% of complaining customers will do business with the same company again if the complaint is resolved right away. A customer satisfaction survey from ALR—that’s customized to meet each business’ needs—can provide the means to discover and address these complaints ASAP.

Ask Listen Retain can create telephone, mobile device, and email surveys that help businesses gather this valuable customer feedback. “Not only will customer satisfaction surveys help you understand the factors that strengthen relationships, boost sales, and build customer loyalty, but they’ll also help you define and set goals for short- and long-term decision making,” states ALR owner Peter Kmyta. “Oftentimes, customers will shed light on problems that would have otherwise been missed. Ultimately, asking your customers key questions will help drive the growth of your business.”

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Weight Loss Formula No. 1 by RealDose Nutrition Reviewed Today by

(PRWEB) July 18, 2013

Weight loss and fat burn remains one of the top consumer product niches in today’s retail market, likely because of the emphasis this culture places on image. The result has been a flood of weight loss supplementation onto the market, like the wildly popular but largely untested green coffee extract, which makes a purchase decision all the more difficult for sincere weight loss discerners. goes over the RealDose Nutrition weight loss supplement, Weight Loss Formula No. 1, with a fine tooth comb, in a review released today.

States Henry Rearden of, “I’ve scoured the internet actually looking for negative buzz or scam alert on this product, and I can find none. Consumer feedback is nothing but positive.”

Summarily, the RealDose supplement unlocks the body’s natural fat burning potential by acting upon the hormones that normally prompt weight gain. The result is that real people in RealDose Nutrition’s double-blind clinical studies are losing more than twice the amount of weight versus placebo when following the exact same diet plan.

In fact, two separate ingredients in this formula are both proven in human double blind studies to double weight loss, and RealDose has effectively combined them together with a third component, also effective even by itself. For more information about the ingredients and effectiveness, has made a detailed review available here.

Further, weight loss seekers also want to know that a product is safe. RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 is stimulant-free, decaffeinated, and non-addictive. It can be taken with any meal plan and weight loss program, without conflict. Finally, it contains only natural ingredients – no GMO, gluten, dairy, eggs, or soy.

It is important to understand what makes the RealDose forumla effective, in contrast to the myriad “gimmicky” and incomplete products burdening the retail shelves these days. To this ends, emphasizes a visit to its website for the RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 review.

Here’s the RealDose website link, where plenty of information on the product is available. is a free-spirited site where author and chief editor Henry Rearden enjoys profiling and reviewing fresh – sometimes trendy – new products to hit the health market. Anything in the periphery of health and well-being is fair game for Henry to pull off the shelf for a look-see.

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