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U.S. Senate Candidate Destroys ConnStep's Leadership and Its Alleged China Affiliations

Daryl Guberman holding Photo of Disgraced Connstep CEO Bonnie Del Conte

State and federally-funded Connstep exposed for its unfair business practices and ties to China, Iran and North Korea

It's a disgrace to American citizens that a dishonest corporation receiving millions of dollars in tax money is promoting China-lead entities while thumbing its nose to the American worker”
— Daryl Guberman

ROCKY HILL, CONNECTICUT, US, December 14, 2017 / -- Rocky Hill, CT - Daryl Guberman (, a candidate for U.S. Senate (CT) and owner of Guberman-PMC, LLC, a nationally recognized quality consultation firm in Connecticut, recently produced a series of videos exposing what's been dubbed by
the American Board of Accredited Certifications (ABAC) as one of the largest "accreditation" schemes in the history of manufacturing.

In one video, Guberman reveals the grotesque business practices of a Connstep employee Robert Colapietro alleged to have contacted one of Guberman's customers and provided the person with misleading information about Guberman's organization in attempt to hoodwink the company into using the services of Connstep. The video can be see at

In a related video, Guberman explains why he and others believe Connstep's leadership is Anti-American for deceiving Connecticut companies into being ISO certified by a registrar over-seen and/or affiliated with China-lead International Accreditation Forum (IAF) at

Newscenter (ABC 25) recently published a troubling story about China-lead IAF, the same organization Connstep is promoting through the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB). Newscenter reported both ANAB and IAF have long been under the leadership of the same individual Randy Dougherty, whom has been a subject of official complaints filed with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). According to ABAC spokesman Donald LaBelle, IAF is the oversight body of ANAB, despite the lack of impartiality between the two closely knitted organizations.

The Newscenter story can be found under the headline, "Iran, a State-Sponsor of Terrorism Is Sitting Member of IAF (International Accreditation Forum)" at

Guberman said Connstep should be immediately defunded for its defamatory and anti-American business practices. Others are calling for Connecticut's political figures endorsing the troubled organization to resign.

"It's politics as usual in Connecticut and a disgraceful waste of tax money when a state-funded organization endorsed by Mr. stolen valor himself, Senator Blumenthal and his stooger cohort Senator Murphy, is caught red-handed deceiving the customers of a privately-owned small business, and harming the reputation of the small business in a licentious attempt to gain a customer," said Guberman.

He concluded, "Connecticut business owners, veterans, and all patriotic citizens across the state need to call for a federal investigation on Connstep and all other state-funded organizations in Connecticut misleading companies into utilizing the services of China-lead International Accreditation Forum (IAF).

Public financial records of Connstep shows CEO Bonnie Del Conte receives a substantial portion of the tax dollars awarded annually to the organization by the state of Connecticut. Guberman, as a Senate candidate said he and is allies are on a mission to inform the people of Connecticut about corporations involved in runaway state spending, waste, fraud, and abuse. He recently published a flowchart showing the disturbing breakdown of the Connstep's state funds forced on taxpayers at and tax report

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