Select care Benefit Network / *buyer beware*

7020 Hwy 290 Ste C, Austin, TX, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 888-879-3086

If you give your money to them you may OR MAY not get your medication. Its my firm opinion after working for this group for several months that this is a scam group, to some degree, that is operated by an shady old man Frank Todd, (who would sell his mama the Brooklyn bridge), and his 2 sons. Frank is a shyster from the old days and has figured out ways for old and sick folks to give them their last dime to help them get medications. He often laughs at the poor clients losing their hard earned money. I am sure there is a place in hell for this guy praying on old and sick people. The company suspiciously uses 2 names, Select Care Benefits Network and Free Medicine Revolution. Try to get their real physical address from them...not easy (its 7020 Hwy 290 Ste C, Austin Tx., 78723. PEOPLE CAN GO ONLINE AND SEARCH FOR THEIR OWN MEDICATION MANUFACTURE AND SEND IN THE PAPERS YOURSELF FOR FREE! SEE Bridges to Access. They try to scam you and say how difficult it is ...that's is BS! anyone can do it! And trying to get your money back a whole nother story

Some people that work there use drugs and have criminal backgrounds and yet the are allowed access to your social security number and credit card information BEWARE!!! This formula threatens identity theft!Their new manager Casey Talley even encouraged his employees to lie to the patients they serve by saying they are speaking to the vice president! Nice going Casey!

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  • Je
      7th of May, 2014

    Stay away from Casey Talley from Austin Texas (if that is even his real name and where he is from). I signed up with his company to find me tile job leads. It was a complete sham. He is a professional fraud, scam artist and will take your money and make you tons of promises. He prays on nice trusting people. Do not wire him any money no matter what his excuse. He has made a profession out of talking to people, getting their trust and then when he gets their money you will never hear from him again. Total scam artist.

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  • Je
      7th of Jul, 2014

    Casey Talley from Texas did the same thing to me..he conned me into giving him over a thousand dollars for ad posting and other services and then never did anything!!! Do not wire him any money!!! He is a fraud!!! Beware!!!

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  • Js
      15th of Apr, 2016

    Pushing local did an AMAZING job for me. They generated leads for us almost instantly. Im not sure what you are upset about but pushing local dis great work for us. I would recommend them to anyone that wanted to grow their business.

    +1 Votes

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