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United Financial Systems – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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  • I am a victim of UFS as well as many others and have had the same problems so i will not explain. All i will say is that they have $1,764 of my money. I filed a complaint with the Florida AG who opened up an investigation into UFS. They gave UFS a deadline of August 31st 2011 to refund everyones stolen money. I have been keeping in touch by email (and have saved every last email) about the refund process. Up until today i have received nothing but “positive” emails about how i will be getting my money soon. Then all the sudden i received the following email…not sure how to take it, does this mean they will be no longer giving back refunds? Also if they do not comply withthe Florida AG, will they have criminal charges pressed on them? how does this work? Help me out Steve.

    “As you are aware, UFS has been working with the Florida Attorney General’s Office to provide refunds to its customers as quickly as possible. When UFS agreed to provide all remaining refunds on or before August 31, 2011, a good faith projection indicated this was a realistic time frame. However, unfortunately UFS cannot provide any further refunds at this time.

    The Florida Attorney General’s office maintains a record of the refund amount owed to you and you will be updated accordingly when more information is available.”

    • I think that means they took your money and don’t plan to refund it.

      BTW, the same guy, Chris Boulahanis, that was responsible for UFS now runs more debt relief companies. See Capital Debt Relief, Global Credit Management, Global Tax Relief, United Financial Credit Counseling, Jenson Group.

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