Texas Certification Agency, Inc. Review

Jamie Demericus from the Texas Certification Agency, INC became extremely beligerant and abusive over email communication and even used bullying tactics when I attempted to ask questions about the certification service his company was offering. | I called the number on the Texas Certification Agency, Inc. website (which went directly to voicemail) I followed the instructions and left a message for them to call me back. This never happened. However, I did receive an email with detailed information. | The drama began when I responded to the email and asked a few questions about their services even thanking them for the documents. What happened next was unbelievable. I received an email which stated and I quote: | “We’re not going to play games with you…If you wanted to sign-up for a Consultation, you should have signed-up for a Consultation…You are not going to…attempt to play ignorant with a sneak attack in search of Consultation as a tactic to play between the two services. Go somewhere and play games: We do not play games here…we are quick to take legal actions against companies that do not adhere to their contractual commitment. | This is not going to be a relationship of email communique…” | My first thought was that this had to be a joke! First of all, no where on their website does it advertise signing up for a consultation. And while their voicemail message states that they will call you back, I have yet to receive a phone call from them to this day. | I was shocked and baffled by the abusive and threatening tone in Mr. Demericus’ email and instantly suspected a fraud. I emailed the Secretary of State and filed an official complaint citing abuisive and bullying business tactics. Meanwhile, I contacted the Minority Business Development Agency US Department of Commerce and they whole-heartedly confirmed my suspicions of fraud of the company owned by Mr. Demericus.

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  • Name: Texas Certification Agency, Inc.
  • Country: United States
  • State: Texas
  • City: Austin
  • Address:
  • Phone: (512) 201-2827
  • Website: www.texassba.us/
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