Arkansas Activities Association Review

When trying to post a negative review recently on this site after i was scammed by the timeshare releif company called smart life solutions doing business as integrity relief llc, i noticed my review wasnt showing up, only positive ones that seemed to be written by integrityrelief themselves. I emailed atsaa.Org and was told they contacted the company after i wrote the review and integrity relief had lied to them and told them they were taking legal action against me for defamation I posted on outscam how they worked me until they owed me nearly a thousand dollars and then refused to pay and was truthful, so definitely not defamation, and they also claimed that i called their clients and would say that the company is a scam and then hang up before identifying myself? Definately a lie as i was an appointment setter and if i were to do that i would be cancelling my own appointments, thus commission as well which wouldnt make sense if im trying to get paid what is owed. So in summary when looking for a legit review site go elsewhere as companies can just lie to protect their reputations and i also suspect this atsaa.Org is paid by the releif companies that it allows to post positive reviews on their site. What good is a review site without the ability to get both sides of the story? None in my opinion.


Name: Arkansas Activities Association

Country: United States

State: Alabama





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