Great Savings ExpertsGreatSavingsExperts.org is a SCAM. Just like Utility Savings
I have been getting calls for the past 2 days now from someone that says they are calling from ‘Great Savings Experts” company and they want to help us lower our bills of any and all kinds by 50%. I asked them for their website info so I can read up about the company, and it looks like they quickly slapped something together on a last minute basis just because I asked about it.
It is full of broken English and grammatical errors and missing info. It looks like someone just put it together in a quick few minutes just to come off looking legit to the innocent people who may not know much about the Internet.
Today is Jan 3rd, 2023, and I’m writing about this to inform the masses to be careful. I’m glad I did my research first before trying them out. I did not commit to anything with them but they have been calling me for past 2 days now from this number (818-570-1363). The girl calling me says, her name is Aima Malik, and her job is to save us 50% on our utility bills or any other kinds of bills. Sounds enticing, right? it’s not. There are many people who have fallen victims to these guys under the name of ‘Utility Savings Experts’, which they had been running for sometime now, and there are bad reviews about that company posted on this platform already. I think these are the same people who have changed their company’s name from ‘Utility Savings’ to ‘Great Savings Experts’ now, but I knew from the beginning that their offer sounds fishy.
I asked her a few questions, and she explained how they function… First, they ask us to try them out to build trust by using smaller utility bills (like phone or cable bills). She has been asking me to send her a copy of one of my utility bills through WhatsApp. Yes, through WhatsApp. Then what they do is they pay it off on our behalf, and once it’s paid off, then they want us to send them 50% of that amount to them. It all sounds fishy to me, and I’m glad that I had read about other scammers like this before so I wanted to read more about their company before I proceeded with them.
I told her that I wanted to first read up about their company before I made any decision. She said she has been working for this company for 3yrs but their website is still under construction…Seriously!? lol. BS.
She also did not know how to speak any English..lol… Yet, she tells me she lives in Santa Monica, California and gives me her company’s address: [520 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90401]. She says she has been living there since 2010. lol…So many Red Flags!!!
She was speaking to me in Hindi/Urdu which I know how to speak, so I was able to communicate with her. Before ending the call, she said that she will message me on WhatsApp so I can share one of my utility bills with her. I obviously did not share anything with her yet.
She then sent me a PDF document through WhatsApp with her company’s letter head with info about what they do. It had so much broken English and grammatical errors on it…It was hysterical. lol… I’m going to try to attach those files here so others can read about it and know to be careful.
I am so sorry to all the people who fell victim to these guys and have lost their money to these scammers. I’m talking about the comments that I read here on this thread under the ‘Utility Savings Experts’ company’s post. I really hope no one else gets scammed by these people, which is why I decided to write something about this here to help other people be aware of these scams that are out there.
I’m going to upload some screenshots here. I wanted to at least take the time to write something about it here so no one else falls victim to these scammers. I’m sure they are operating from outside of United States, which is why they couldn’t even speak proper English. Be Careful out there people! Happy New Year 2023 to you all, and please be safe!!! Thank you!
– A Concerned Citizen