I am a customer of the WRME who has not received what I paid for, and have instead been given less than satisfactory answers to my inquiries. I notice by the growing number of complaints against them at this (and other) consumer review websites, that I am not alone in my frustration in dealing with this company.
I noticed that their representative has posted several responses to numerous complaints, but I am sadly not the least bit impressed. I even went as far a speaking with her on the phone, and while she was very polite and willing to help, she never followed through with the specific things we discussed.
I realize that she is not responsible, but her company's claims that THEY are not responsible - is a flat out misrepresentation of the facts. They continue to stone-wall, asking their customers to wait, while they try to negotiate some favorable means of resolving the issues.
I, for one, am tired of waiting, and NEVER receiving any updates or just form of compensation.
Hopes of a class action suite against WRME will remain only idle talk unless action is taken.
The best way to begin the process of any class action is to register a formal complaint with
the state attorney general.
Since The World Reserve Monetary Exchange headquarters is in Canton, Ohio, complaints should be directed to Ohio's Attorney General, Mike Dewine.
You can file online at http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/consumercomplaint.aspx, or by
phone at (800) 282-0515.
Along with details of your personal problems with WRME, mention also the numerous
Consumer Complaint websites (like this one) where WRME is listed as a frequent and