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paul back in Las Vegas, Nevada

59 months ago

I have been a consultant for internet companies for 10 years, but I was looking to get back into sales and marketing. Is the grant and funding industry strong, future wise.
National grant writing authority las vegas offers a full service product? Does anybody know much about the industry and if it pays well.
thanks

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jamie in Phoenix, Arizona

59 months ago

with the economy in the dumps like it is, now is a good tiome to find a new career path. Any industry that deals with money and finanncing with always be around. I see a ton of jobs across the country in this field - grants - so I'd say its stable. National grant writing authority might be the place for you.
jamie

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paul back in Las Vegas, Nevada

58 months ago

thanks for the comments Jamie.
I am still working at home on web stuff and considering national grant writing authority. With the holiday upon us I'm a bit nervous about a career change - LOL
National grant writing authority appears to still be hiring in las vegas, so I'm still considering making the change. I miss sales to some degree.
It just seems like so many small companies are looking for financial help.
paul

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paulhi in Las Vegas, Nevada

57 months ago

hi everybody,
thanks for the feedback. still on the fence ab out careers, but the grant industry seems so busy and in Vegas the economy is tough. Also considering the casino industy, dealing maybe or some internet position.

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jonesy in Phoenix, Arizona

57 months ago

National grant writing authority is National company or just service Vegas area? Just asking cus I too was considering getting into sales in this area.

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paul in Las Vegas, Nevada

57 months ago

merry xmas as my job hunt goes on

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kim in Las Vegas, Nevada

57 months ago

my advice is take any job you can get. National grant writing authority might be a great fit for you. At least you dont see bad things about them not paying or being a scam

kim
las vegas nv

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stevee in Phoenix, Arizona

57 months ago

saw this posting about the job market and national grant writing authority. Job market i nPhoenix is tough also, but sales are always good cus every company needs sales to stay alive. I checked their rep on line and looks pretty good. Las VEgas must be fun to live in, just watch out for new Phone companies that are a scam

stevve

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jamie in Phoenix, Arizona

56 months ago

hey its jamie again,

what did you decide to do about national grant writing authority and your career? Any moves yet there in las vegas. Every time i go to vegas i feel like the casinos scam me - when i lose at blackjack.

good luck

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david in Phoenix, Arizona

56 months ago

Hey there,

i saw this posting forum on google when i was searching for a job.
I don't know anything about grants or National grant writing authority, but i'd say take what job you can get.
david

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david in Phoenix, Arizona

56 months ago

had a question? in phoenix or Las VEgas does anybody have any good job ideas. I know national grant writing authority is in las vegas?
thasnk

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pescado in Chicago, Illinois

56 months ago

Does anyone know the condition or outlook for Claim Examiners in the Las Vegas area, with Insurance Companies,Casinos,and TPA's

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Angela in North Las Vegas, Nevada

56 months ago

kathy in Las Vegas, Nevada said: This is for Paul back in las vegas...do NOT go to work for national grant writing authority!!! My boyfriend did and they even ripped him off on his commissions and the "manager", Xavier, even steals moeny from HIS the owner, and the owner has no idea he has done it. I tried and tried to tell my boyfriend to quit that place and when he finally listened to me I was so happy!! Be smart and stay away from that company, Paul.

Hi Kathy, my name is Angela. My ex and father of my daughter works at National Grant Writing Authority now know as National Growth Funding. I have some questions please e-mail me at phatass5150@yahoo.com. I can also back up your claim that National Grant Writing Authority is a scam.

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david in Phoenix, Arizona

56 months ago

hey all
any good reports back about job hunt. las vegas is having a hard time now with the economy and sales jobs might be the best options.

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jerry in Phoenix, Arizona

56 months ago

As industry leaders in Full Service Grant Writing we offer a complete business solutions package, 12 months of Full Service Grant Writing. There are several different steps that National Grant Writing Authority will be performing that are crucial in attaining any grant for our clients.
Research
Match individuals, for profit businesses and non-profits 501- (C) (3) to organizations of foundations that are dispersing funds for type of project and current geographical location.
Letter Writing
We will draft a Letter of Intent on behalf of client for the foundations they match with. The purpose of this letter is to explain the clients situation and what they will be doing with any received grant money.
Request for proposal
Should any foundation or organization request a formal application (grant), they wll send the client & National Grant Writing Authority a request for Proposal. Client will be assigned to a grant writer who will write the actual grant for the organization or foundation. When the Foundation is willing to fund the project, the grant money will be dispersed to the organization or company.
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david in Phoenix, Arizona

55 months ago

hi all
i was just tryin to find out about working for grant writing companies in general. national grant writing authority was just once company that i saw in las vegas that offers a full service.
the website is ntlgrants.com and I do see that they have online testimonials and a good BBB marking. Anwyas thanks for the help

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Joshua Neff in Henderson, Nevada

55 months ago

Hello, I am an ex-employee for this company. If you are looking to work for them, don't. They have bounced checks all over town, including but not limited to Walmart, any check cashing place, and even the bank tellers at their own banks feel the need to apologize on tuesday, because the check I got on friday still wont cash. And on top of that... here is the best part. They pulled money out of my check each week for child support, then never even sent off the money, and then lied to me about it and tried to accuse my childs mother of stealing the money. Needless to say, I walked out, don't go to work for these people, type this into google, national grant writing authority, type in National growth funding, you will notice a slew of scam warnings for these companys, trust me... just keep looking, cause they will screw you over too, just like they did me, my friends, my family, my co workers, and above all... their clients, if you need more info email me at neffness@gmail.com don't give these people your time or your money.

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stress in Glendale, Arizona

55 months ago

david in Phoenix, Arizona said: hi all
i was just tryin to find out about working for grant writing companies in general. national grant writing authority was just once company that i saw in las vegas that offers a full service.
the website is ntlgrants.com and I do see that they have online testimonials and a good BBB marking. Anwyas thanks for the help

National Grant Writing Authority in las vegas online. As industry leaders in Full Service Grant Writing we offer a complete business solutions package, 12 months of Full Service Grant Writing. There are several different steps that National Grant Writing Authority will be performing that are crucial in attaining any grant for our clients. Research Match individuals, for profit businesses and non-profits 501- (C) (3) to organizations of foundations that are dispersing funds for type of project and current geographical location. Letter Writing We will draft a Letter of Intent on behalf of client for the foundations they match with. The purpose of this letter is to explain the clients situation and what they will be doing with any received grant money. Request for proposal Should any foundation or organization request a formal application (grant), they wll send the client & National Grant Writing Authority a request for Proposal. Client will be assigned to a grant writer who will write the actual grant for the organization or foundation. When the Foundation is willing to fund the project, the grant money will be dispersed to the organization or company. What Is a LLC? An LLC (Limited Liability Company) is a business structure that provides some liability protection in addition to certain tax benefits of partnerships or S corporations. If you are a sole proprietor, then you can also convert your small business to a single-owner LLC.

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cr1040 in Denver, Colorado

55 months ago

Joshua Neff in Henderson, Nevada said: Hello, I am an ex-employee for this company. If you are looking to work for them, don't. They have bounced checks all over town, including but not limited to Walmart, any check cashing place, and even the bank tellers at their own banks feel the need to apologize on tuesday, because the check I got on friday still wont cash. And on top of that... here is the best part. They pulled money out of my check each week for child support, then never even sent off the money, and then lied to me about it and tried to accuse my childs mother of stealing the money. Needless to say, I walked out, don't go to work for these people, type this into google, national grant writing authority, type in National growth funding, you will notice a slew of scam warnings for these companys, trust me... just keep looking, cause they will screw you over too, just like they did me, my friends, my family, my co workers, and above all... their clients, if you need more info email me at neffness@gmail.com don't give these people your time or your money.

Awesome- is there anyway to get more info. from other businesses in Las Vegas about National Grant Writing Authority? Why does the BBB in NV not have them flagged??

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Joshua Neff in Henderson, Nevada

55 months ago

Yet another shinning example of the poor quality of performance from this company, a copy and pasted plug from NGWA, you'll notice the punctuation errors, funny how a professional writing company cant manage to put together a plug without problems. Pathetic... I hope everyone see's the potential of your money...

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Joshua Neff in Henderson, Nevada

55 months ago

"Awesome- is there anyway to get more info. from other businesses in Las Vegas about National Grant Writing Authority? Why does the BBB in NV not have them flagged??"

It is hard to flag this company, as the only thing they said they do as a company is write letters of intent. If they send out 10 letters every 2 months, then they are doing what you paid them to do. So the BBB cant really flag them, the BBB has how ever written news articles about this company, and how they are a scam, and on their BBB report there is a warning against gram scams. So yes, they are not flagged. There is no other way to find out any information about this company, you see, when someone gets funded, there is usually a big deal about it. If someone is going to give you all this money that NGWA and NGF claim to be able to get you, then you'd figure it would be so simply to type into google National Grant Writing Authority and find a bunch of info about who they have funded, the press talking about what a great job that this company is doing for the public... but no, there is nothing of the sort, instead all there is, is scam warnings. I warn everyone that its a waste of time and money. Best bet would be if you really feel strong enough about grant funding, do it yourself... its one letter right? www.foundationcenter.org is the web site that is like the guru of funding. All these companies use it. Go there, and read about letters of intent, and structuring a grant proposal... its not that difficult, its so easy! SO EASY! in fact that these companies are trying to start selling a new program that costs $500.. wow your telling yourself, 500!!! and all they do, is puke up the info from that website with just enough help to get you to want to give up, and pay the rest of the package fee... $7950. But it doesn't even matter if your a for profit business, you wont get funded.

To sum it up, waste of time, waste of money, waste of stress.

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monica in Las Vegas, Nevada

54 months ago

This company, National Growth Funding is a scam company, I worked for them in las vegas, doing grant research but getting paid from a company called National Grant Writing Authority, I know that they have never had any clients funded, I know that they have had a name change. I know that they bounce their payroll checks every week. I know that they withheld child support money from me, and never paid it. And I know, that if you want to use NGF or NGWA, that you should know, they are one and the same. They are both under the same ownership of a man who hides himself so his mommy wont know he's a bad person. What I know, is that if you use this company, you will regret it... don't believe me? Type into google National Grant Writing Authority, type in National Growth Funding... see how many scam warnings their are, type in toys r us.. see how many scams they have... At this point, if you spend your money on this company, your really just shooting yourself in the foot. Don't waste your time, don't even bother. If you've paid money to this company, you should know that they do give out refunds, fight for your money, its worth it... what they do is send out this letter of intent to non profits, who usually donate to other non profits and generally in the fields of health care, research for health care, and child education, and for that there are usually some pretty stiff qualifications, and chances are, if you don't know about it already, you don't qualify. This letter of intent is worthless as far as getting grants goes, most non profits require that a company signs up with them, LONG before they will ever even consider them for a grant or read a letter of intent... now they have about 800 clients between the two companies, and each of those clients gets a round of letters sent out every couple months, take 800, multiply that by 10 letters per round, and average in about round 5 for everyone, that's how many letters of crap they sent out to non profits, who either never r

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ntlgrants.com johsn in Phoenix, Arizona

54 months ago

ntlgrants.com las vegas - contacted me i st louis mo. they wanted money upfornt yeah right

look up national grant writing authority las vegas

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national grant writing authority scam in Phoenix, Arizona

54 months ago

his company, National Growth Funding, is a scam company, I worked for them in las vegas, doing grant research but getting paid from a company called National Grant Writing Authority, I know that they have never had any clients funded, I know that they have had a name change. I know that they bounce their payroll checks every week. I know that they withheld child support money from me, and never paid it. And I know, that if you want to use NGF or NGWA, that you should know, they are one and the same. They are both under the same ownership of a man who hides himself so his mommy wont know he's a bad person. What I know, is that if you use this company, you will regret it... don't believe me? Type into google National Grant Writing Authority, type in National Growth Funding... see how many scam warnings their are, type in toys r us.. see how many scams they have... At this point, if you spend your money on this company, your really just shooting yourself in the foot. Don't waste your time, don't even bother. If you've paid money to this company, you should know that they do give out refunds, fight for your money, its worth it... what they do is send out this letter of intent to non profits, who usually donate to other non profits and generally in the fields of health care, research for health care, and child education, and for that there are usually some pretty stiff qualifications, and chances are, if you don't know about it already, you don't qualify. This letter of intent is worthless as far as getting grants goes, most non profits require that a company signs up with them, LONG before they will ever even consider them for a grant or read a letter of intent... now they have about 800 clients between the two companies, and each of those clients gets a round of letters sent out every couple months, take 800, multiply that by 10 letters per round, and average in about round 5 for everyone, that's how many letters of crap they sent out to non profits, who either never

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national grant writing authority scam in Las Vegas, Nevada

54 months ago

My name is not important but what this company does is. I am a client of National Grant Writing Authority. My initials are R.C. and my mothers is K.C. we are both clients of this firm. We have put up at least 32,000.00 minimum to have these people help my mother and I receive moeny from the government through grants. We are small business owners and don't have much at all. We took our last to put up and have this company (National Grant Writing Authority) help us. They have sent out letters on our behalf, but the letters they have sent out are awful like if a child was writing it. The package is cute but what is cute going do when you have bills to be paid. We also have received the same type of letters for more then 1 foundation like if they just duplicated the letter and mailed it to the foundations.
I have also received research with the same foundations on it like if they were once again just copying work from another file or something. I am so engulfed in flames over this. They scam you so watch out

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i got scammed in Phoenix, Arizona

54 months ago

for a refund but it would probably be a miracle. Next I am planning to write to the BBB (I did check with them, by the way, and there were no complaint!) and the Attorneys General for California, and Ohio where I live. Has anyone done

I must admit, I fell for it! What's to do now? I am going to ask for a refund but it would probably be a miracle. Next I am planning to write to the BBB (I did check with them, by the way, and there were no complaint!) and the Attorneys General for California, and Ohio where I live. Has anyone done that? Anybody wants to join me? This site should be on page one. I never got far enough in Google to find it!

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mariam in Hesperia, California

46 months ago

all i know is that National Grant Writing Authority, in Las Vegas NV. ripped us off for $2,500.00. hope some one puts a stop to all this illegal money taking from innocent individuals trying to get ahead.
thks hope this message helps

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Jeff in Lawrence, Kansas

43 months ago

Does anyone know anything about Multichannel Solutions, LLC in Nevada? They are a grant research foundation..supposedly. They want $2500 to write up the paperwork for my small business grant and say that I am guaranteed a new Ford vehicle and $150,000 in grant money. I contacted the BBB and they don't have any registered complaints but the company also does not have a business license. I am thinking its a scam but wondered if anyone has heard of this company. Their address is a mail drop only address so I can't even figure out where there are out of.

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mariam in Hesperia, California

43 months ago

this is a scam..... they took us for $3200. according to them we were suppost to get $600,000 in grant money for our bussines. but nothing ever happen. i put a complaint into the BBB of Las Vegas, they told me basically that complaints weren't going anywhere because of the budget cuts, no people to investigate. sucks for people like us. Please don't let get yourself sucked into this deal. hope INFO helps!!!

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