Grant Seeker Pro: Professional Edition: Government Grant Locating Tools on CD-ROM

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Grant Seeker Pro, 2003 - Business & Economics - 183 pages
Grant Seeker Pro can be used to locate and apply for government grants, small business grants, housing grants, federal grants, education grants, grants for women & minorities or any other grant you can think of. Great for use by individual business owners, people seeking to open their own business, non-profit organizations, local community governments, or just the everyday grant seeker trying to find additional resources for everyday needs. This program contains everything the consumer needs in order to complete custom Grant Applications. Includes a Business Plan Software program, and grant application software. The Grant Seeker Pro book & CD provide all the details required for the grant application process including the names, addresses and phone numbers for every government grant program currently in existence.

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If I could give zero, I would. This company needs to be shut down. They provide NOTHING that is beneficial. Their so called software is pathetic and doesn't walk you through anything.
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find an address to send the applications to is insane. They are supposedly in the software, but I haven't found any. I have gone through the process of putting together 15 different applications and have no way to send them to the correct locations in order to possibly get a grant.
Then on top of the software being pathetic in every way, they called me right after I purchased the software and tried to get me to pay $8000 for someone to write up the applications and send them in for me. Asinine. This company is a complete and utter ripoff and needs to be shut down permanently. They also snuck in a 39.95 a month charge that I didn't even notice for almost 5 months.
When I called to talk to them about it, the person who answered the phone didn't even listen to me before he started arguing with me about the software. Then he hung up on me. I called back and asked to speak to a manager and he said he was a manager. Then I asked to speak to his manager and he said he didn't have one. I asked if he was the owner and he said he was. His name was Michael Davis. He is rude and I doubt he is the owner.
 

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