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Good Afternoon.

I have the 363s Annual Return for Cash Today Limited, for your viewing pleasure. I also have the tif's of the UK parent company, (surprise, surprise The Heathmill Village), and the Ultimate parent company, Harris Holdings, Ltd. Not too surprising that the names of the directors are interchangeable with the names of the share holders.

It is fasinating to read these posts. I did a long stint in the earlier years and loved the variety of work and experience gained. Every day was a challenge and every week I would sigh at the new initiative or whirlwind idea from AG. He has a loyal handful of long term employees who are grossly overpaid for their skillsets and realise they cant earn the same money in a 'real' establishment. This core group know the way Aaron works, they can turn his ideas into reality in a fraction of the time a proper accountant, project manager or developer resource would take (and they ask no questions and get on with it, helped along by the odd incentive or bonus). I decided to get out when I started taking my frustration and anger home with me and generally feeling shit about myself and the unprofessional way 'we' were operating. I dont regret my years there except I should have perhaps got out sooner and cemented a career path earlier. Good memories overall and met some very decent people along the way. AG has an incredible brain - he is unique and will find a new venture as each one fails. There should be a law against him continuing to do what he does especially when he tries to dabble with peoples livelihoods e.g. finances, healthcare, eyes etc. Maybe one day he will actually make some money, not blow it on another stupid idea, do the World a favour and retire. Oh My God just thought...his Son must be close to working age and ripe for taking over the Gershfield empire!!! If you are considering what for one of Aaron's companies, you need to have no morales, be able to work your bollocks off, be verbally abused for everything you do, but on the flip side you might get well paid and you will most certainly gain an appreciation for the next job.

this thread is locked.i'm sick of seeing this.

Sub: #1 posted on Mon, 08/23/2010 - 15:34


If this is the same Eyecare International, then I'd expect nothing less! Last year, they came to our office park and we were given this fantastic talk by one of their reps about how simple and convenient it was to use them. I've never needed glasses but because the test was free and our HR people pushed signing up, I went ahead and got tested. The test itself was the only decent part, though the trailer they test is, a "Tardis" they stupdily call it, was freezing cold and wobbled every time someone moved. They told me I needed glasses and "bendable" frames. I told them I really didn't want any, but they must work on commission so they kept pressing on. Eventually, they badgered me into taking some sunglasses, which I was on the fence about, but they wouldn't let me leave until I'd signed a direct debit and sales agreement.A few days later, I saw the same pair cheaper at Vision Express and so I emailed my "Personal Manager" telling him I didn't want to proceed with my order. I didn't hear anyhting for a few weeks, so I didn' think much more of it. But then I started getting these ridiculous emails from "my glassess" telling me I needed to go collect them. I would also get constant emails stating I had a balance and needed to pay them. I would repeatedly respond to the emails but this only seemed to cause more emails to be sent out. And when I called them, they never answered the phone.After many many months of this, they finally stopped, but only because so many other people complained to our HR Director, that she contacted them and sorted the whole mess out. Needless to say, we're not having these amatures around again! I'd stay well away as they clearly don't know what they are doing and employ high pressure sales tactics to force people to buy things that they don't need.

Sub: #2 posted on Tue, 08/10/2010 - 19:31


This is one of the most illegal operations around! Run by the twice bankrupt British millionaire, Aaron Greshfield and his father Ivor, their companies have globally defraided millions of people for upwards of a quater Billion dollars! Some of the companies they have include:Cash2DayGlobal Financial ServicesICSInterim CashWaterfront InvestmentsRovinge InternationalThe Heathmill VillageCash On The NiteHeathmill MultimediaMeade InvestmentsThe Harris HoldingsEyecare InternationalCoffee & Tease LtdACH Cash LtdSurepride InvestmentsMcCarthy & AllenTransview Properties LtdCorporate Office ServicesThe Harris Trust Bodycare InternationalRoute 66 Funding Prime FactorNorthway House Business ServicesFlexible MobilityA Safer Place to BuyClearavision Automobilecare LtdJust to name a few. They all have the common ownership traced back through various offshore dummy corporations to Aaron Gershfield, even though he was struck off from being a director for more illegal dealings with City & Westminister. Do not, under any circumstances, pay any money to, or do any business with, any company with these, or similar sounding names. They are all illegal, not licensed to do business in any US state or anyplace else worldwide and pay no taxes anywhere. All of the companies are based out of 1379 High Road, Whetstone, North London, England N20 9LP though they will deny the existance or their involvement in the illegal activity of these companies. They pay illegal immigrants pennies and until recently, ran a call centre from this address (which has now moved to the Dominican Republic) so they can continue their illegal activites unchecked.

Sub: #3 posted on Mon, 08/09/2010 - 18:24


Gosh, those are some names from the past. Sandeep is still there? He was absolutely useless at every task they gave him. I'm not sure if he's actually qualified to do anything anyway. And Yogesh? Well the less said the better really. I can't believe this company, Heathmill, A Safer Place to Buy, Meade Investments, Transview Properties (and the multiple new names) are still going. What illegal scam are they pulling now?

Sub: #4 posted on Mon, 08/09/2010 - 16:58


I used to work in the coffe shop in this building (Coffee & Tease) which is also owned by Gershfield, before I Was fired by the manager Loretta. They are so badly organised and the food went bad because of fridge problems but they would heat things up and sell them anyway. Interestingly, Gershfield never ate anything from here as I always saw him come in with a Marks & Spencer bag.

The place is dirty and should be closed down.

Sub: #5 posted on Thu, 08/05/2010 - 22:41


Lookie here . . . another business the Heathmill people are running into the ground. I'm sure Barnet Environmental Health will be interested in knowing about this!Coffee & TeaseHigh Road, LondonAverage User Rating - 2 / 10 (1 reviews)Northway house1379 High Road, WhetstoneLondon, N20 9LPTelephoneCoffee & TeaseLondon RegionWhetstoneLondonNearest StationTotteridge & WhetstoneBusiness TypeCafes, Snack Shops & Tea RoomsUser ReviewsWe have 1 user reviews for Coffee & TeaseAdd your own Review2 out of 10 starsI had the misfortune of going to this place last week and it was awful! There's not parking and even though I tried to park in the designated area, I was told I had to park in the office area. Once inside, I was confronted by some old hag that looked like Magda from There's Something About Mary. The latte was lukewarm, but the noise level was deafening. There were screaming babies everywhere! To top it off, the toiltets were filthy with dirty nappies in the sink, and water dripping through the ceiling. How does this place stay in business? It seems to be a doss house for mothers with nowhere to go on the rainy day. A thoroughly miserable experience. There are two respectable coffee shops up the high road that I shall stick to in the future.

Sub: #6 posted on Thu, 08/05/2010 - 18:28


Lesley WWW, PLEASE do NOT go work for these crooks. It's okay if you have already though, as they'll fire you in a few weeks anyway! This place is a joke and only really stupid, tools who can't work elsewhere end up working there, hello Sandeep, Yogesh????

Sub: #7 posted on Wed, 06/09/2010 - 17:38


I'm about to start working for them.
People, what was your position in the company?

Sub: #8 posted on Sun, 05/16/2010 - 02:09


It is true he does hire illegal immigrants, he runs the companies with an iron fist. AG plays the bad cop (instictively) Ian Harries plays the good cop. The main holding company is; and new venture

Sub: #9 posted on Wed, 04/07/2010 - 17:55


I worked for them for 8 years and loved it. AG is not scary, he's just determined. He does treat his call centre staff a bit rubbish because he's old fashioned and can't be doing with people complaining and not working hard enough. He pushed me into roles I would never have taken, gave me pay rises all the time and when I felt I'd done all I could I got work at another company in a very highly paid job.

Sub: #10 posted on Tue, 03/23/2010 - 16:48


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