An advertising company in Kentucky is under fire for reportedly never delivering services client paid for, and the surroundings details seem mighty fishy.
National Business Advertising Inc. sells ad space on items like college sports schedules across the United States, according to Northern Kentucky News. The company's offerings includes distributing ad content to local businesses and national or local television or radio commercial spots.
Recent complaints however suggest National Business Advertising accepted payments and didn't uphold its end of the deal. In the past three years, 34 complaints against the company have been filed with the Better Business Bureau, which states, "the business' complaints show a pattern consisting of slow delivery of printed advertisements, failure to provide evidence that the TV or radio spot aired and failure to respond to requests for assistance."
After being contacted by seven of the ad company's business partners, the Kentucky Attorney General's Office began reviewing the claims.
National Business Advertising promised at least one customer spots on TV through Time Warner Cable. However, a spokesperson for the cable company told Northern Kentucky News the ad firm isn't even one of their authorized business partners.
In addition, the company's listed address is now a self-storage facility, the newspaper states.