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JOSEPH MARTIN INDEPENDANT CONTRACTOR / PAYROLL

4221 IRELAND STThe Colony, TX, United States Review updated:
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Contact information:
Phone: 206-251-4122
I WAS CONTRACTED THROUGH BRILLIANT TECHNOLOGIES TO PERFORM INSTALLS FOR THE MICHIGAN STATE LOTTERY. BRILLIANT TECHNOLOGIES WAS CONTRACTED THROUGH SCCINC-G TECH. AFTER REPEATED EMAILS AND PHONE CONVERSATIONS TO BOTH COMPANIES NO PAY HAS BEEN RECEIVED. THE LATEST WORD IS THAT MONEY WAS SENT TO FRED WILLIAMS AND NOW HE WILL NOT RETURN PHONE CALLS EITHER. WE STRONGLY SUSPECT HE HAS CASHED THE CHECK AND KEPT THE MONEY. I AM MISSING APPROXIMATELY $3500.00.

HELPFUL INFORMATION:

ANDREW MUCHIRI BRILLIANT TECHNOLOGIES [protected]
SCCINC.NET - DANIELLE HAMRICK-- PAYROLL FOR G TECH [protected] EXT 308
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Du
  14th of Apr, 2009
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Joseph is not the only one who has suffered at the hands of incompetent companies that Gtech, SCC and the Michigan Lottery Commission have allowed contracts. Brilliant Technologies is headed by Andrew Muchiri who has no formal business training and had numerous complaints before his contract was renewed for the Michigan project. I am personally owed $3150.oo to date and have spent countless hours trying to get what I've earned. Every company mentioned has profited from the work we've done. When I returned home to Iowa, after Michigan, I had to seek financial assistance because I spent every dime I had to get those systems installed. It simply isn't fair that Iowan tax payers had to pay for my children's food and housing because everyone involved in this project said it wasn't their problem (Lottery Commission, Gtech etc). I pray that someone reads this and can help us receive what we've earned. Thank you

Dustin Bartell
512-590-4783
Jo
  5th of Aug, 2009
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I have worked for Andrew for 3 yrs doing many projects and always getting paid on time. If the above techs are complaining, always look at the other side of the coin. I.E. was all equipment returned? was the job completed in a satisfactory manner? E.T.C

John Purvis

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