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Maple Leaf International ConsultingPoor customer service


The online course rarely begins at the scheduled time. Questions about study materials to be completed before class are not answered via e-mail causing confusion during the actual class as students are not sure which assignments are due.

Customer sevice consist of ignoring the customer after the course has been paid. During the registration process e-mails and phone calls are answered but should an issue arise after you have paid, there is no help. Alternative prep companies should be sought for those who seek professional training for standardized test and great customer service.


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    codehiyth Nov 09, 2012
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    Maple Leaf International Consulting Inc.(MLIC) is a dishonest business, 100% SCAM. Not only are they expensive, they do not honor the dates you paid and register for. A case was filed in Court with them and the Court Marshal recently put a hold on their Chase bank account since he still has not paid the judgment. He is trying to claim that the documents were not properly served to lift the levy. I warn anyone who is interested in enrolling in a test prep course to NOT choose Maple Leaf International Consulting Inc. (MLIC). I did not do my research when registering. Spend your money wisely and take a look at other organizations. There are far better proper businesses that provide proper test prep, especially in NY!

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    Alexo Mar 10, 2011
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    Don't ever register for a course with Maple Leaf International Consulting or also called MLIC on the net. This is a fraudulent company which will take your money and never give you any training. I register for one of their prep course, paid and never heard back from them. Had finally to register for a prep course with Kaplan in last minute. Please do not do the same mistake as me.

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    anonymous Apr 03, 2009

    Maple Leaf International Consulting Inc. - Educational Testing Service, Counterfeit Sham Preparation course
    The training at Maple Leaf International Consulting Inc was fricking horrendous. SCAM SHAM SCAM With their fraudulent dumb ### slogan that states Doing it Right Ever Time. The slogan contradicts everything they actually do.

    Beware students don’t be like me and just throw away money to a SHAM company like this one.

    these are a few websites they go by

    450 Lexington Avenue, New York NY [protected]
    Mailing Address: Box 1911 Grand Central New York NY 10163.
    Telephone :Toll Free: 1 888 OK MAPLE / +[protected]
    Fax: +[protected] / 1 86 MLIC MLIC [protected])

    Key Employees of MLIC

    Currently, the Managing Director of the corporation, Mr. Pitchumani has an undergraduate Honors degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA degree from Columbia University. Mr. Pitchumani has worked with multinational corporations such as Philips Gloeilampenfabrieken, Holland and Andersen Consulting, and has over 20 years of senior management and consulting experience covering a gamut of industries from consumer products to industrial products. Mr. Pitchumani has also been teaching Executive Development programs at some of the major B-Schools in the USA, Canada, and Europe. Mr. Pitchumani is charged with providing leadership and strategic vision to the corporation, and is actively involved in community educational programs through American Education Inititative.

    The Chief Executive of the company, Mr. Nelson has an MBA degree majoring in Finance from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Mr. Nelson has over 18 years of consuting experience working with major consulting companies such as BCG and Andersen Consulting. Mr. Nelson directs operations aimed at leveraging the financial resources for maximum productivity.

    Currently the Marketing Director of the corporation, Ms. Ryder is an MBA from Emory University and has her strength in Marketing Management. Ms. Ryder has over 15 years of Sales and Marketing management experience working with multinational corporations such as Unilever of Holland, and Pfizer, and is charged with the responsibility of directing the marketing operations of the company, and is actively engaged in leveraging the global opportunities for growth and profitability.

    A Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, Chris Taylor directs and provides leadership to our Technology division. Ms. Taylor has over 16 years of experience working with multinational corporations such as Philips Electronics, Holland, General Electric, and Intel. Ms. Taylor provides leadership to our Technology consulting division, and is responsible for strategic planning, growth, and profitability.

    An MBA graduate from Wharton, Lorraine Smith is currently responsible for developing Corporate Training programs, and for the quality and profitability of our Test Preparation programs. Ms. Smith has held several senior management positions as Corporate Training Manager and as Sales and Marketing Director in multinational corporations such as Proctor and Gamble, and Merck.
    Our Management Team is ably supported by a committed team of 300 employees, who bring motivation, commitment, and a customer-care attitude to bear on the task of delivering outstanding results to our hundreds of corporate clients and to thousands of test preparation program participants.

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