PMI UtahBate and swich SCAM

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I was contacted by PMI and convinced me to sign up for the program. First they ask you about your income and if you have credit cards, how many, what’s the limit on all of them and how much balance you have. Then they use that information against you to sell their services. I was cotacted for realestate development and they signed me up to sell trinkets on the internet. They never mentioned it was for anything other than realestate. in the first class three of complained and never returned to class. I emailed them that I did not sign up for this type of class and never herd from them. They are working to gether with a sister company in California called Duvera financial who provides loans.

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