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Scammer: Fast Services 1, Inc - George Raul Franco
by Rudolf Faix Tuesday, May 19, 2015 5:43 AM

George Raul FrancoGeorge Raul Franco from Fast Services 1, Inc does not know who is responsible for his fees. It seems that he thinks that he need only to invent a call center campaign, post it at LinkedIn and he can earn money. Maybe he has been sleeping the last few months and did not get it, how scam is running and the most centers are already aware of it.

I know that it is not easy to get a genuine client. But with offers, everything is free for the client that is not selling, that is only gift giving. It is very simple: This one, which has hired him has to pay him. The call center makes the work why should the center pay for the work? The scammer proves with this kind of offer, that he does not have any contract with the client. If he likes to earn from the call center too, then he has to sell a setup fee to the client. This setup fee is normally the double high of the payment he likes to get, because the tax office like to get his part too and wire transfers are not free of charge. I don't think, that he will be able to sell this to his client, because his selling performance seems to be zero, especially if we take a look at his offer at LinkedIn Pulse:

WE NEED A TEAM OF 5 FOR OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE -   RETENTION ASAP!!! DIRECT SIGN UP!!!

KEY QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Ability to assess customers’ support needs when they call us, then provide solutions or refer them to other team members.
  2. Ability to retain customers from cancelling subscriptions.

 

COMPENSATION

1. $8.50 PER HOUR

 

START DATE: MAY 18,2015

 

SIGN UP PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

(MANDATORY)

  1. Contact your consultant - +1(317)469-9342
  2. Center Needs to Send Company Profile and LOI - georgefranco@fastservices1.com

 

WE NEED A TEAM OF 5 FOR OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE - RETENTION ASAP!!!

 

COMMERCIALS

  1. $350 - TRAINING BOND (THIS IS REFUNDABLE UPON COMPLETION OF THE TRAINING) TO BE COLLECTED UPON SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT.
  2. $250 - OUTSOURCING FEE (TO BE COLLECTED AFTER 1ST WEEK OF CALL)
  3. $150 - PROFESSIONAL FEE (TO BE COLLECTED UPON SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT)

As scammer are lazy is the description of the job very short in compare to the condition, It shows only that he has no idea about the job. He has only an idea what he likes to get.

A customer service job need to have access to customer data. The customer data are protected by law and the fines for breaking the law are high. Maybe he has been too lazy to read the article Data of 280,000 customers stolen: AT&T lost over $ 25 million before he has been inventing his campaign. For the case that he has not invented the campaign by himself, he cannot call himself to be a consultant in the outsourcing industry, because he knows nothing about this industry and his working value is zero. In such a case he needs to pay that he can learn the job. This is shown in his LinkedIn profile too. The only job, which he has done until now is:

The project manager of a call center (now increasingly called a contact center) is responsible for the daily running and management of a call center through the effective use of resources with responsibility for meeting, and possibly setting, customer service targets as well as planning areas of improvement or development. Call center project manager ensure that calls are answered by staff within agreed time scales and in an appropriate manner.

I wonder myself why he did not learn something by doing his job during the 2 years and 4 months? Maybe he has been the most of the time in prison?

He is even so stupid and thinks that a training for a campaign of a client has a value for a call center, for what he can take money. It has only a value for the client, because the center is selling the clients product and the provided information cannot be used for another client. If the client itself cannot provide a training for his products, then the client has to provide all product information or hire a trainer and pay for it. That is the problem of the client, because he likes to outsource and the client is saving money by outsourcing,

The same is valid for the "outsourcing fee". If the consultant likes to get such a fee, then he has to get it from the client. The client likes to outsource and saving money by outsourcing,

A "professional fee"? That is a fee which the call center has to get, because that are the professionals. The "consultant" has already shown in his offer that he is nothing else than a bloody amateur and he does not understand something about his business.

 

That he is to lazy to learn something by doing is shown by his comments:

We have our own company policy, let us respect that besides we are not forcing anyone if they don't want our policy. Respect. Thanks

As the only way of income are his charges, the scammer is not able to change his "policy".

Charging a fee is a scam? C'mon wake up!!! There is nothing free in this world. We are running a business and we are not the client, we are working for our clients, we pay taxes, we pay our staffs and we are not a charity foundation. Thinking like that won't get you anything. So tell me now, is it a scam? You should be thankful being we are transparent here unlike people out there hiding the truth and at the end will charge you then that is a scam. Wake up Miguel, and you're not my friend by the way.

With this statement he proves that he has no contract with any client. A broker or consultant gets paid from the client which hired him. In the hiring contract is written that the broker/consultant has to search for the best center and not for the center where he can earn extra. If a friendship is working only about the wallet will it be better to have an enemy than a friend.

Is that for me or to yourself? Shout it loud so you can hear yourself. As far as we are concern we are very transparent in all our business. People like you should stop pirating clients. Stop pirating and reselling programs.

Where is any transparency in the offer found? Even the kind of the product is hidden, Invented campaigns need not get pirated, 

Try something different? What? Your style? Copying or I should say PIRATING and STEALING information then resell it? NO NO, we rather keep it this way. TRANSPARENT. By the way, how's being on the top 20 fraudster in this site? Beware you are on our black list here and we will do everything to put you and like you behind bars. WATCH OUT.

As the scammer sees, that he has no chance to sell his invented campaign, he is getting angry. That is the normal behavior of a scammer and I experience it nearly every day especially if a scammer likes to explain me that I'm wrong.

At Omics Group he is acting as the "Expert" Alexandro Franco Miranda from the Catholic University of Brasilia (take a look under the caption "Expert Presentations" on the right site):

Screenshot At Omics Group he is acting as the "Expert" Alexandro Franco Miranda from the Catholic University of Brasilia

The real LinkedIn profile of Alexandre Franco Miranda is found here.

George Raul Franco _ LinkedIn.pdf (7.99 mb)

https_www.linkedin.com_pulse_we-need-team-5-our-customer-serv.pdf (291.65 kb)

 

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