Brent/ phone solicitation on behalf of Professional Fire Fighters Association of Louisiana / scam,false advertising, and identity stealing
There on Corporate a guy who says his name is Brent. He is supervising phone solicitation on behalf of Professional Fire Fighters Association of Louisiana. The scam or false advertising surrounds information of workers and tickets. The pitch of the scam says, "The Temptations will be at the Pete Maravich Center on May 4, 2013". However, the Temptations have a tour guide for the 2013 year. Thus, that schedule is not on their tour guide, and that is considered false advertising. Reason: When calling a person's home, all information must be truthful and "written in stone". Second: People are complaining about the agents continuing to call their home, after they have decline the solicitation once. Also, I watch a guy come back for his own personal information, Brent fired the guy after 4 hours of work, he made up excuses on why he couldn't return information. His excuse was he no longer had the information, or he couldn't make a copy of it because his equipment wasn't in operation. That is a "red flag" for identity stealing. Meanwhile, he is not from the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area, and he has been all over the United States soliciting phones for money. In fact, the proper licensing in not on his wall for viewing.