Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Brio's Latest Scam, Part III: Popcorn and Coffee

As many readers saw, there was a blowup on the Birth Live event page yesterday. Anybody who has any experience with the inside of Brio Birth knows that Naomi has one of the quickest delete buttons in the west.  Unfortunately for the Brio Bunch, most of the posters knew it, and took screenshots of the action as it unfolded.  Thank you to the multiple sources who sent screenshots.  Here is a link to a large portion of the screenshots (more will likely be posted later - the more complete version was having difficulties with some requested redaction).  You may need to zoom in a bit to read, depending on your browser.

There are so many things I could say about so many of the comments, but I think I may just let it speak for itself.  Please feel free to add your two cents here!

5 comments:

  1. Maybe someone should ask why they continue to do business under a REVOKED corporation.

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  2. Not exactly the fastest growingDecember 4, 2012 at 3:10 PM

    Or ask why the fraudulent listing of educators is back on their website? This is the list where 90% of the names that come up (at least for me--your mileage may vary) are NOT currently affiliated with Brio, and even those who are affiliated don't have any contact info on the Brio website. I mean come on...one of the names that come up when I search is a former Regional Rep, another is on the board of directors for Informed Beginnings!

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  3. Not exactly the fastest growingDecember 4, 2012 at 3:12 PM

    I should say those who MIGHT be currently affiliated...I didn't check with them, I just couldn't knock them off the list right away as "oh, I know her..."

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  4. They need to demand to be removed, and if they aren't they should contact the states attorney.

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  5. Good point about contacting the attorney. For some reason they removed me when I told them to but others have not been so fortunate.

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