1. Stephen
    September 14, 2018 @ 3:25 pm

    Maybe Swiss Global would like to respond? Then again – maybe not. They never have the balls for it.


  2. Find a proper job
    September 14, 2018 @ 6:27 pm

    violating people’s privacy and they may not even work at the company at anymore. 100% disgruntled former employee or someone who is a competitor lol you’ve got this much time to read people profiles? That’s your job? Hahaha crack on. Haters will be haters


  3. Angela Smack
    September 17, 2018 @ 10:22 am

    So you will cowardly retract your statements when you’ve falsely slandered or accused individuals of not being qualified or about their previous experience, but you won’t apologise or admit that your in the wrong?

    I’d expect no less from someone who has the ability to write the abusive comments in the first place with no prior research or evidence.

    It’s time to go have a good hard look in the mirror Angela.


    • Angie
      September 17, 2018 @ 2:17 pm

      Dear Anon, thanks for the comment. However, there is no question of slander or false accusation. Firms have websites which are available to the public, and often list the names of their staff. If the qualifications claimed are not evidenced on the institutions’ member registers, then that is a question of information which is in the public domain – and anybody could either prove or disprove the claims to qualifications or titles. I suggest you look in your mirror and ask yourself why you are such a coward and too feeble to provide your proper identity.


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