Impersonation is the new Sensation
Recently, our team of Client Relations Experts came across a couple of instances where our clients complained us about receiving product offers from salesmen who claimed to be members of Sterling Marketing Solutions LLC. These fraudsters approached our clients and offered them brand-class-mailing lists, collected complete payments, and vanished into thin air; leaving our name blemished. Upon detailed enquiry, we found that none of these e-mails were sent from our organization, nor did the e-mail ids have our domain names in them.
It is so great on our clientele’s part that they intimated us on the approach.
We would want to confirm that Sterling Marketing Solutions LLC is an independent entity, and do not deal with any partners or third-party-vendors. If you receive any e-mails from sterlingmarketingsoltions.com, Sterling Solutions Inc, Sterling Mailing Systems, sterlingdatagate.com, or any such brands that show any resemblance to our brand, kindly report it to the respective cyber cells. Such names do not have any affiliations with Sterling Marketing Solutions LLC, which is our certified and registered brand.
Please keep the following aspects in mind; to keep fraudsters at bay:
- Sterling Marketing Solutions LLC will contact its clients, only through e-mail accounts with the domain name @sterlingsolns.com.
- Before finalizing any deals with anyone representing Sterling Marketing Solutions LLC, kindly confirm their employment with Sterling Marketing Solutions LLC, by sending an e-mail to email@example.com, or by calling us at (888)-346-0094; so that you can ensure the credibility of the salesperson approaching you.
- In any case, if anybody claims to have taken over Sterling Marketing Solutions LLC, that is a fake statement.
- We do not possess any subsidiaries or branches.
- We do not use any free e-mail accounts to get in touch with our clients/prospects. All communications will happen only through e-mail accounts from our domain @sterlingsolns.com.
We also had certain instances where the impersonators tried selling sub-standard data in the name of reseller/official partner/third-party-vendor. Kindly do not affiliate with such individuals, as they are none but snake-oil-salesmen trying to make you fall into their pitfalls.