Consulting Solutions Network Austin Texas

Complaint: Michael Brown, owner of Consulting Solutions Network of Austin, TX tries to pass himself off as a good Christian businessman. However, this is merely a veneer for a deeply greedy and incompetent liar. He makes promises on his website of helping his students with job placement activities, yet makes excuses and postpones meetings repeatedly, making it very difficult to get any help. Also, he is in the office less than half the time and purposely makes it very difficult to attain the help that he promised when he was taking your, Austin City’s, or the federal government’s $7000+ for his shoddy classes. He only cares about those who are thinking about giving him tuition, not the ones who already have paid tuition. He left me sitting in his office for an extended period during a scheduled meeting so he could scam two other people into taking his classes. He even admitted when he returned to our meeting that new customers were more important than ones who have already paid. He actually said that. The communication between Michael Brown, “professors”” (a term I use lightly

Tags: Adult Career & Continuing Education

Address: more like dropouts) and other administrators is very poor. Whenever a problem happens

Website: cheaply and lazily done

Phone: it’s not handled promptly

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