Kube Marketing

If you’re looking for work, you should steer clear of the likes of Kube Marketing!

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Published: 22 August 2017

Posted by: Lavern M. Rowley

Kube Marketing was referred to me by a rep named Carlos Vasquez from Southern Wine (SWS). The person I spoke with was Marilee Terran. She advised me to sign up for the Kube Payment on Demand. I signed up for the same and put in my bank information along with all the daily reports for each job.
I worked on everything that they asked of me. I even have all the emails with their event IDs, text messages over which they discussed my pay and a login access on their official Kube website.
I basically have everything except my pay for over 25 events that they owe me. They very conveniently disappeared on me after I was done with the job at hand. I contacted the part owner and head of accounting of Kube Marketing, John Hughes who responded just yesterday to my email saying that they are waiting for receivables in order to complete the payout.
When I replied explaining that the receivables he mentions are from May to June whereas now it is August, he too vanished and stopped bothering to respond to my very genuine query. There are multiple similar reports on this very website which clearly shows that this company conveniently employs people and puts them to work without any intention of later paying them.
All I can say is that you should be smart people! Always do a thorough research and a background check for the people/company you intend to work with and do not blindly start working for anyone just because they work in a big company. It can be a fraud too!

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