Prism Pointe Technologies Refusal to pay technicians for contract work
Posted 19 July 2010 - 07:02 PM
Levi Koelling, Owner
Posted 10 January 2011 - 09:59 PM
The best part, about 3 months ago I got a call from a familiar number... Turns out it was PPT. The guy on the phone wanted to know if I was available for a service call in my area. I quickly explained my entire situation and told him that he is working for a company that defrauds technicians and that he is helping them do so by continuing to work for them. He was genuinely amazed at what I had told him and didn’t know what to say. I find it amazing people would willingly work for such a company knowing how they operate. If they don’t know then the company is extremely scandalous to hire good people to call techs for them with no intention of paying the techs.
I should probably also say that there is a lot of talk about why they can't pay techs. Some say that any MPC service calls cannot be paid because MPC hasn’t paid them. However, the money they owe me has nothing to do with MPC. It was a contract between the U.S. Navy & Best Buy for new LCD TV's and DVD's Players installed and wired in 100 room hotels on the base. PPT was the service provider that Best Buy hired to do that install.
This post has been edited by efcmediait: 10 January 2011 - 10:07 PM