Specialty Communications

Specialty Communications are scammers and fraudsters

I joined a foreclosure submit that was organized by Jeff Adam in New York. Jeff convinced me to purchase the other program with a guest speaker. Cameron Dunlap was the guest speaker and the program sounded good. So, I paid another $1000 to join the program. However, I was never invited for any course or seminar. When I called them, I was notified that I requested late and the date was already gone.

They had not processed my application properly. I submitted it on the date specified. It was the mistake of the management team who was taking care of the fees. So, I asked for a refund. As I did not get any course from their end, it made me entitled for the money that I paid. But, these guys denied my request and turned me down.

Hence, I again applied for the refund with all the documents and specified dates as a proof. When they checked all the things, they asked me to attend the course instead of getting a refund. However, by then, I was already exhausted and frustrated by their attitude and all I wanted was my money and nothing else.

I tried to contact Jeff as well as Cameron to get the refund and find a resolution to the problem. But, they seemed too busy to help me. They were free when I was ready to pay for their course but all of a sudden, they went in the dark room, unable to be tracked. Both ignored my calls and emails. I never received any return calls and neither my emails were replied.

Then they suggested that they can get me the course at $250. This they wanted me to pay. But, I had already paid $1000. So, I asked to refund my $750. They did not do anything about it. I even wanted to speak to the higher authority or the owner. But, I was never connected with them.

I complained to the Better Business Bureau. They even sent them the complaint copy and asked for a reply. However, Speciality Communications did not reply to BBB as well. It was a planned scam. I believe that no one with integrity would do this with the customers or clients. Those who involve themselves in such acts are scammers.

And, Speciality Communications is a fraud. I checked on the internet and found similar complaints about these guys. Which makes me believe that I was not the only one and this was not just a misunderstanding or a mistake by any of the member of the program. It was a scam.

So, if you wish to save your money and time, do not pay speciality communications, a penny. They are not worth your trust. They will rip you off the way they did it to me. Such an unprofessional and untrustworthy company. These guys should be banned and should be put behind the bars.

I am not only sad about the money I paid, I am sad because no one had ever fooled me the way they did.

Is Specialty Communications a legit?

Specialty Communications is not running a legit business. They are not aggressive towards customer satisfaction and complaint grievance redressal, Hence 1 consumer[s] submitted negative ratings, and only a few left positive feedback.

Where is Specialty Communications located?

Specialty Communications is headquarted at New York City Hall, 11 Centre St, New York, NY 10007. You can contact Specialty Communications by dialing +1 (607) 936-2200 or visit their website 1daydough.com.

How much monetary loss is incurred by Specialty Communications’s customers?

According to Specialty Communications’s customers, a monetary loss of US $1000 has been reported. The severity of entire incident reports is high.

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Reviews: 0
Reported Loss : 1000 $
Severity : High
Reported by : Anonymous
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