Executive Options / Howard Nestler / Howard Jayemployment scam

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Should you receive a call from anyone from Executive Options / Howard Nestler / Howard Jay or anyone with a slick sales pitch to help you get employed - Watch out! This guy has a slick outfit that is basically a SPAM Machine. He professes to work with 12 clients monthly and he'll assist you with "personal attention", "his fee is a small price to pay given how much time it'll take you find a job", "your future employer will reimburse you", etc. You don't get special attention, the resume service is flunkies writing it in an unconventional manner, and no one employing people will have anything to do with him.

His machine also includes a bunch of phony news releases from unknown news sources quoting him as the mesiah of employment with really stupid, basic statements. He'll provide you with a few references of people that will vouch but I truly suspect they're set-up.

The "marketing of you" consist of e-mail pushes to "contacts" they have. This is BS. You will end up with more undeliverables than you know what to do with and you begin to realize this guy is a spamming machine. You are then left to sort through any potential leads and insurance contacts to realize you have nothing but garbage and spammed undeliverables.

Unfortunately for me there was not enough information to learn about this scam before I bit. I do know he has tried to bully sites to remove any information about him or he'll sue.

The cost of this spam service is roughly anywhere from $3900 - $5, 000. The pitch is slick and the pressure is intense. I ask you one question to consider - Honestly if he were that good - why is out there cold calling people and putting on the slick sales pitch. Watch out ! You've been warned.

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    Sophie Brainna Sep 24, 2019
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    Decades or teamdecades ran by aka ron norman/ howard nestler [protected]-827-2237*scamming executives out of $8600.00 service fee. I work for them for about 5 months.
    [protected]@eliteidea.com is there paypal account they use. they change there name over and over again!
    [protected]@teamdecades.com is his email now!!! 1

    There new york is fake*purchase virtual office over the internet
    Check out there scam report at https:///link removed/

    For example, from [protected]@eliteidea.com to [protected]@executiveagents.com to the most recent email address with the company, [protected]@teamdecades.com. the companies’ phone numbers, also, changed. the fictitious names used by howard nestler, the ceo of all three of these companies, from november 1, 2016, to present, were dan allen and ron norman. the ceo never uses his legal name with the clients. his name changed with the change of the company’s name. the sales staff, also, changed their names. jill reese (fictitious name), the top salesperson for acquire, changed her name to diane cullen when the company name changed to decades. mark maclin (fictitious name), the 2nd highest producing salesperson for acquire, changed his name to martin myers. client complaints are simply ignored by the ceo and staff resulting in an inordinate number of clients canceling their programs, requesting refunds or disputing decades’ charges to their credit card.

    Decades elite idea executive agents company represents that it will assist executives to find new positions by introducing them to hiring companies and decision-makers based upon the clients desired position. client service agreement states: "we contact companies and introduce our clients by telephone, mail, and e-mail utilizing a vast network of companies. the company simply sends out email blasts. there is no introduction by telephone or mail of the executives to the hiring managers. new york new york city new york

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