When George Deckon of your organization gave me my big sales presentation about becoming a distributor for USM he had a chart of the money you can make with certain sales and number of locations. The figures he used were $180,000 plus a year, although I’m sure this chart will never show up so it’s my word against theirs. He mesmerized me with how great this would be and how much cash money you can make. Since they were going to acquire the initial locations this sounded like a feasible business concept. They conned me into the 40 locations deal costing $26,895.00. Then after I received my distributor package touting the cameras, dog treats, and suntan wipes, I talked to George and he recommended that I buy them. This cost me another $1200.00 for those three items. When I received my merchandise from USM it included 9 sunglass racks containing 36 sunglasses, 10 watch displays and 250 watches, 8 cases of stuffed animals, and a lot of GINSU knives. This amount of merchandise was not sufficient to stock 40 locations your company is well aware of it. The 40 locations I was supposed to have turned into about 8 that I could put merchandise into. The rest either didn’t want the merchandise shown on the location agreement or they told me they had told Mr. Vasquez no when he visited. There were several duplications of paperwork in the location agreements also. I have talked to the owners several times to see if they changed their mind. nStevenOcean Springs, MississippiU.S.A.
7401 Springtime Trail Austin, Texas U.S.A.