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*Consumer Comment. Payday Loan Yes

I applied for a payday loan. I needed cash so I decided to just apply as a possible option to my dilemma. I only applied to see if I would be approved if I were to be forced to take that route. “Danny” called my cell phone to ask my supervisors name. I returned his call and got his voice mail. I said, “Do Not. I repeat, Do not put any money into my account until I know what the fees are. I called again and again and again. No return calls. Next thing I know the money was in my account. My bank had no routing # for them to put the money back. Short version I’m paying $500.00 on a $200.00 loan. This was a disaster! Never again. Oh yea, I had to pay a return fee because they tried to debit money before the agreed date.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/13/2010 05:25 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Payday-loan-yescom/internet/Payday-loan-yescom-A-simple-inquiry-spells-disarster-Internet-554009. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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AUTHOR: Pete_Diak – (United States of America)

SUBMITTED: Tuesday, April 13, 2010

POSTED: Tuesday, April 13, 2010


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Division of Environmental Remediation Contacts and Phone Numbers

Central Office Phone Numbers

NYSDEC
625 Broadway
Albany, NY 12233-7011

Division Director: Robert Schick
Assistant Division Director: Michael Ryan
(518) 402-9706

Bureau of Program Management
Director: Laura Zeppetelli
(518) 402-9764

Bureau of Technical Support
Director: James Quinn
(518) 402-9543

Remedial Bureau A (covering Regions 1 5)
Director: Eric Obrecht
(518) 402-9625

Remedial Bureau B (covering Regions 2 4)
Director: Gerard Burke
(518) 402-9768

Remedial Bureau C (covering Regions 3 6)
Director: George Heitzman
(518) 402-9662

Remedial Bureau D (covering Region 7)
Director: Susan Edwards
(518) 402-9768

Remedial Bureau E (covering Regions 8 9)
Director: Michael Cruden
(518) 402-9814

General Phone Numbers

To Report a Petroleum or Chemical Spill call the DEC 24 Hour Spill Hotline:

1-800-457-7362 (within NY State) or
(518) 457-7362 (outside NY State)

For Spill Response, also contact United States Coast Guard National Response Center:

General Information on tank and bulk storage programs, call Bulk Storage Help Line:

Regional Map and Offices

Questions regarding site-specific information should be directed to the appropriate Regional Office listed below. If you get voice mail, please leave a message with your name and number. For the Petroleum Bulk Storage program, there are four delegated counties and information is provided below under the respective regions.

See key below for definitions of acronyms that pertain to each Division of Environmental Remediation (DER) program.

Regional Office Contacts and Phone Numbers for DER Programs

DEC REGION 1

[Counties: Nassau, Suffolk]
SUNY Campus
50 Circle Road
Stony Brook, NY 12561-3409

Walter Parish – SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP
(631) 444-0240
Hugh Cirrito – PBS, CBS
(631) 444-0320
Nick Acampora – MOSF
(631) 444-0320
Karen Gomez – RSE
(631) 444-0321

PBS Delegated County Contacts

Nassau County Department of Health – Robin Putnam (516) 227-9434
Suffolk County Department of Health Services – James Meyers (631) 854-2501

DEC REGION 2

[Counties: Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond]
One Hunters Point Plaza 1st Floor
47-40 21st Street
L. I. City, NY 11101-5401

Jane O Connell / Vadim Brevdo / Hassan Hussein – SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP
(718) 482-4599 / 4928 / 6462
Leszek Zielinski – PBS, CBS and MOSF
(718) 482-6454
Randy Austin – RSE
(718) 482-4929
FOIL Requests
(718) 482-4507

Email for Region 2 PBS, CBS and MOSF.

DEC REGION 3

[Counties: Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, Westchester]
21 South Putt Corners Road
New Paltz, NY 12561-1696

George Heitzman – SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP
(518) 402-9662
Ed Moore – PBS, CBS, MOSF
(845) 256-3022
Paul Patel – RSE
(845) 256-3112
FOIL Requests
(845) 256-3052

White Plains Sub-office: (914) 428-2505

PBS Delegated County Contact

Westchester Department of Health – Carlos Torres (914) 813-5161

DEC REGION 4

[Counties: Albany, Columbia, Delaware, Greene, Montgomery, Otsego, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Schoharie]
1130 North Westcott Road
Schenectady, NY 12306

Richard Mustico – SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP
(518) 357-2273
Lynn Winterberger – PBS, CBS, MOSF
(518) 357-2045
Andrew Fleck – RSE
(518) 357-2192

Stamford Sub-office
[Counties: Delaware, Otsego, Schoharie]
Tom Lane – PBS, CBS, Spill Response
(607) 652-7741

DEC REGION 5

[Counties: Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren, Washington]
1115 State Route 86, P.O. Box 296
Ray Brook, NY 12977-0296

Russ Huyck- SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP, RSE
(518) 897-1242
Russ Mulvey – PBS, CBS, MOSF
(518) 897-1241 or (518) 897-1242

E-mail for Region 5 PBS, CBS, MOSF and Spill Response.

Warrensburg Sub-office
[Counties: Fulton, Saratoga, Warren, Washington]
(518) 623-1238

DEC REGION 6

[Counties: Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, St. Lawrence]
State Office Building
317 Washington Street
Watertown, NY 13601-3787

Peter Taylor – SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP
(315) 785-2511
Ron Novak – PBS, CBS, MOSF
(315) 785-2513
Gary McCullouch – RSE
(315) 785-2513

DEC REGION 7

[Counties: Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego, Tioga, Tompkins]
615 Erie Boulevard West
Syracuse, NY 13204-2400

Harry Warner – SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP
(315) 426-7551
Kevin Kemp – PBS, CBS, MOSF
(315) 426-7519 or (315) 426-7400
Dick Brazell – RSE
(315) 426-7523 or (315) 426-7400

Kirkwood Sub-office
[Counties: Broome, Chenango, Tioga]
(607) 775-2545

PBS Delegated County Contact

Cortland County DOH – Mike Ryan (607) 753-5035

DEC REGION 8

[Counties: Chemung, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne, Yates]
6274 East Avon-Lima Road
Avon, NY 14414-8519

Bernette Schilling – SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP
(585) 226-5315
Steve Walsh – PBS
(585) 226-2466
Joe Gavin – CBS
(585) 226-2466
Mike Zamiarski – MOSF
(585) 226-2466
Pete Miller – RSE
(585) 226-5434

Bath Sub-office: (607) 776-2165

Horseheads Sub-office: (607) 739-0809

DEC REGION 9

[Counties: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara, Wyoming]
270 Michigan Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14203-2999

Chad Staniszewski – SSF, BCP, ERP, VCP
(716) 851-7220
Andrea Skalski – CBS, PBS, MOSF
(716) 851-7220
Mary McIntosh – RSE
(716) 851-7220

DER Programs – Acronym Key

BCP – Brownfield Cleanup Program
CBS – Chemical Bulk Storage
ERP – Environmental Restoration Program
MOSF – Major Oil Storage Facility
PBS – Petroleum Bulk Storage
RSE – Regional Spill Engineer
SSF – State Superfund Program
VCP – Voluntary Cleanup Program


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No. 3 SDM s 2009 Dealer of the Year.

No. 4 Vivint Solar IPO for $1.6 B October 2014. SDM s 2011 Dealer of the Year.

No. 6 9.2% net attrition; several very large national account customer wins; awarded the USAA Affinity partnership for residential channel; SDM s 2012 Dealer of the Year.

No. 7 SDM s 2011 Systems Integrator of the Year.

No. 8 SDM s 2003 Dealer of the Year.

No. 9 12.3% RMR growth; SDM s 2013 Dealer of the Year and 1999 Dealer of the year.

No. 10 Opened physical branch locations in four new markets: Laredo, TX, Corpus Christi, TX, Monroe, CT, and Ft. Lauderdale, FL; SDM s 2008 Dealer of the Year.

No. 11 Acquired SDA Security (San Diego Alarm).

No. 12 Won contract for multiple security / video solutions with 8,000+ site retailer.

No. 13 Internal sales efforts focusing on interactive systems has pushed penetration rates close to 80%.

No. 14 Integration of two significant acquisitions totaling over 30,000 new customers; complete restructure of call center operations.

No. 15 SDM s 2000 Dealer of the Year.

No. 20 Hit a high mark with over 100 sales representatives on staff; SDM s 2007 Dealer of the Year..

No. 21 Closed five acquisitions, integrated them into operations and used them to expand on organic sales; SDM s 2014 Dealer of the Year.

No. 25 – Noted significant sales growth; re-built sales organization to become a team that creates demand.

No. 26 Developed a newly grown sales organization into a powerful producer of new business.

No. 29 7.3% attrition in 2014, down from 7.5% in 2013.

No. 31 Focused on product line management and training to improve efficiencies and long-term profitability.

No. 34 118% increase in net profit.

No. 35 33% RMR growth.

No. 36 Purchased a large company and added a large state to footprint; separated wholesale business from this report; although still owned by the same

family for estate-planning purposes, the two companies are now totally separate.

No. 37 Organic growth; technology overhaul.

No. 39 Involvement with the Partnership for Priority Video Alarm Response (PPVAR) and the coming of age of verified priority dispatch to help combat the problem of false alarms.

No. 41 Focused on key hires, training and process measurement and improvement; reduced attrition by 2.2%; implemented new CRM system.

No. 43 Expanded footprint from Orange County only, to all of Southern California.

No. 44 Rewrote company mission statement and implemented a new customer experience initiative.

No. 46 Winner of the BBB Torch Awards.

No. 49 Deployment of both Microsoft Dynamics AX as RFI s new ERP platform and the ShoreTel VoIP.

No. 50 Completion of a large performing arts facility and the Citrus Bowl in Q4 – 2014.

No. 51 Software upgrade on UL-listed central station.

No. 56 Went paperless.

No. 57 Technology partnership between Sonitrol and 3XLogic.

No. 60 Named a Top Workplace in Toledo, OH.

No. 61 Launch of PeakView and high market acceptance of three bundles of leased video surveillance packages for business applications; central station obtained UL 2050 listing for the monitoring, signal processing, investigation, servicing and operation of alarm systems for which a National Industrial security system certificate is required.

No. 62 Organic growth and acquisition.

No. 64 Enhanced central station to provide interactive video monitoring, managed access control and video door man services.

No. 65 Nominated for the BBB Torch and Eclipse Award in 2014.

No. 66 SDM s 2010 Dealer of the Year.

No. 69 Installation of proprietary AES mesh radio network.

No. 70 Implementation of new productivity tools including WeSuite as an adjunct to Sedona Office.

No. 71 Streamlined internal inventory control system; implemented a hosted access and video platform; first-time ranking on the SDM 100.

No. 72 Began a large expansion project with Coca Cola that adds four states.

No. 74 Converted database to Manitou.

No. 75 Implemented WeSuite.

No. 76 Crossed the $25 million revenue mark; first-time ranking on the SDM 100.

No. 77 Focused on finding the right leadership team to help maximize resources and position for growth.

No. 78 Increased efficiency and improved accounting and administrative systems.

No. 79 Entered 40th year of business in 2015.

No. 80 Added camera monitoring to central station.

No. 81 30th year in business.

No. 82 SDM s 2004 Dealer of the Year.

No. 84 Expanded managerial infrastructure.

No. 86 Introduced a new security line and continued growth in a very competitive fire alarm market in New York City.

No. 88 Introduced two new lines of home interactive equipment.

No. 91 Updated equipment in UL central station.

No. 93 Spun off commercial sound part of business, allowing company to focus solely on growing as a security company with the core four of video, access, fire and intrusion.

No. 97 First-time ranking on the SDM 100.

No. 99 Central station underwent a transition to Bold Manitou in early 2014.

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