Wanted to celebrate the outstanding work of excellent law firm Carter Ruck who fresh on the heels of their brilliant work with Trafigura, the Guardian and others have threatened bView with legal action over a customer review of Interexec alleging high pressure sales practices.
Interexec is a strange beast – it takes money up front from executives on the promise of putting them in touch with head hunters who then throw highly paid jobs at them. I have not heard great things about them from anyone in the past although this is a very odd part of the market and the fact that they exist at all perhaps reflects the inherenet insecurity of high-earning and high-achieving excecutives. You would have thought that highly intelligent executives would be more sensible than to fall for such a process in the first place. Why such a high quality firm needs to employ a combination of flattery and double glazing salespeople’s tactics to get clients to part with their own money is anyone’s guess so I am sure the accusation in the customer review is entirely baseless.
No doubt Interexec have lots of happy customers who don’t feel pressured into working with them. That does not mean that customers or potential customers who do feel pressurised should not be able to share their views though.
This is a copy of the well crafted letter from Carter Ruck that bView chose to share.
You can read more about bView’s view here.
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