I had a pop up on my Facebook and I responded to the ad for the Hebrew Institute for Bibiical Language on Saturday eve. On Sunday morning I got my first call from a sells rep who said "Shalom from Israel".
The caller ID said Massachusetts. I was impressed with the price but wanted to talk with my husband. I promptly received an email with additional enrollment information. The next day I sent an email stating that I was interested in enrolling and received a call within minutes.
I had asked about their Hebrew language program for kids and told them how my grandson loves wearing his yarmulke and tzit-zit. The sales rep preceded to refer to my grandson as her and she. That's when I started to really question who o was on the phone and was concerned about giving a foreign country my bank information with so I put them off. They called 9 times over the next day and a half and each time I let it go to voice mail.
Each missed call was followed up with an email. When I sent an email telling them I had decided to wait and felt pressure to make a fast decision, the response I got back was reminding me that I was the one who said I wanted to enroll and their persistence was just good customer services. I can't say if this is a scam or not but I would not give my bank information.
I would have gone to my bank to open a limited bank account but they called on the weekend and Monday was a holiday. So that didn't help élevait my concerns.
Product or Service Mentioned: Eteacher Group Customer Care.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.