While there is a lot of merit to this claim, if the company owner has a history of poor decision-making that lead to unpaid employees or contractors, it is important to consider those factors before choosing to work with that company.
As a former client of The Crew Source, I remember paying handsomely for a service I never received and later came to learn that The Crew Source, run by Eddie (Edward Abdalla) was nothing more than a fucking scam. If he screwed me, he screwed others.
This guy is a creep to the core. Under one company, he flagrantly stole funds from clients and amassed a huge fortune that he refused to pay, and therefore owes millions of dollars! His debts are enormous. He doesn’t care. I’ve spoken to him about recouping my money and he talks down to me and basically proclaims that I’m an idiot who doesn’t know anything.
Then he started The Avent Techs Corporation. When that when down in flames and he left a trail of debt behind, he turned The Avent Techs into an LLC. Is he going to do the same thing? I don’t know. Speaking for myself, there is no way that I will trust him again. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on ME.
BE CAREFUL, FOLKS. Eddie is running the show at The Avent Techs LLC. I can’t imagine he now has good intentions.
When we talk about negative reviews, we need to examine a few things. First, if a company has more negative reviews than good reviews, they’re probably not someone you want to work with. Second, bad reviews from clients can negatively impact their impression of your company. Third, learn to read reviews by looking for continuity. If a customer says they’ve been scammed or mislead in multiple reviews, chances are they were.