National Employees Benefits Group, Tim Gibbons – Consumer Complaint – February 2, 2017

Consumer Statement:

I made monthly payments to United Employee Benefits Group totaling over $3000. to negotiate with my credit card companies to lower my debt, they never did any negotiating or paid anything to the companies. There was a clause in the contract that stated that I could cancel if I wasn’t satisfied,I tried but they wouldn’t wouldn’t allow me to.They stopped accepting my calls and avoiding me until finally I wasn’t able to contact them at all.Meanwhile I’ve lost my money and my credit has suffered because they had me to stop making payments to the ccc and make it to them.They also go by the name Federal Employees Benefits Group

Consumer Action Taken:

I made several phone calls voicing my concerns asking that my money be returned. I also had an attorney send them a letter, to which they never responded .

Date This Problem Happened: May 31, 2011

State You Live in: Florida


Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $3,255

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Company Name: National Employees Benefits Group, Tim Gibbons

Company Address:

2800 Post Oak Blvd
Suite 4100
Houston, Texas 77056

Company Telephone Number: 888-341-8999

Website of Company: febg.com

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