data , network, computers
Written by Stu Kushner

Do not give your bank or credit card info to Mike Price of

I am beginning to learn how works. It seems that once they get your credit card or banking information they will charge you thousands of dollars. In my case, they transferred the money right out of my bank account. After they charge your account, they create invoices. If you don’t stop them, they will keep charging your account. And then they wil lie.

If you order basic DIY GSA, they will upgrade you without permission. If they offer you any kind of help that involves giving them a credit card, they will charge more than you expect and claim that you wanted more. I know of a case where they offered to help in a credit card dispute and then CHARGED $12,000 TO THE CREDIT CARD.

If you try to dispute it, they simply claim that you are a client and that you need to just proceed with the process of getting on the GSA Schedule. If you demand your money back, they will stall, lie and mislead.

My hope is that my blog will make it easy for other victims to find me and to work with me to put an end to their misleading and illegal policies.

If you have experienced this problem with, please feel free to contact me and tell me your story.

Click here to file a complaint with the FTC.

About Stu Kushner

Born and raised in Silver Spring, MD. Stu Kushner began his career at Boeing Commercial Aircraft and then on to Hexcel and Case/Rixon where he specialized in CAD/CAM (computer design and robotics). In 1986, he started Progressive Office. The earliest years were about networking small businesses and providing IT support. But since 2008, the company has concentrated exclusively on providing office network cabling solutions.