Complaint / review text:
USA Marketing Insurance Leads is a waste of time and money. DO Not send them a single penny.
As others have alleged, the company promises QUALIFIED leads a day in advance. They will promise you 2 appointments per day, and hardly deliver 1 per day. The ones they do set for you, will have a 95% chance of being bogus, UNqualified, NO SHOW, client will have no idea who you are or what you are doing there, or my favorite, have NO assets whatsoever. People are pressured into saying YES to an appt without knowing the true reason of the appointment.
Don't bother asking for a refund, they won't even return your voicemail. If you try telling them they are horrible at what they do, they just try to tell you to HANG IN THERE.
WORD OF ADVICE. The business address listed on their website is actually a MAILBOX rental store. The SUITE number refers to their MAILBOX number. I actually drove 100 miles only to find this out when I went looking for my refund. Their actual call center is in Studio City, CA, however, they will NOT disclose their physical location ("We don't want agents walking in here creating disturbances" is what they told me.
They do not fear legal threats, mainly because noone has taken the initiative to follow through (ANYONE INTERESTED IN FILING A MULTI PARTY LAWSUIT, PLEASE CONTACT ME AT [email protected])
The main gal over there Chontell Feifer constantly promised the world, better service, to take care of problems, and never followed through. She never even returned phone calls. Needless to say she no longer works there.
Nonetheless, the service is still horrible. I signed on in April 2005, They have set me 34 appts in that time (gives you and idea of how they DON'T set 1-2 a day) and have only sat down or gotten in the door with 9 people, 8 of which were not qualified once I spoke with them, 1 of which had money, NONE of which I've done business with
Lets put a stop to this company AND its sister company Nationwide Annuity Leads, Robby Goldsmith (who used to work at USA Marketing Leads) and now frauds people himself from his apartment in Los Angeles.