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Posted:    Rioda

Posting fake job offers on their site

Complaint Rating:  69 % with 16 votes
Contact information:
FEP Search Group
United States
fepsearchgroup.com
This is suppose to be a staffing/recruiting company. You will see lots of jobs advertised on their website. They want you to submit your bio-data/resume and all information. Then you will never hear back from the company. I tried to call on the phone but all you hear is recorded message.

To me seems like fake advertisement. Be careful when applying for a job through FEP search Group. All they want is to collect your information...I hope this helps...
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 2nd of Oct, 2010 by   TimorTenzing 0 Votes
FEP Search Group is a great recruiting firm - their jobs are real. If you don't get a response, it's because you aren't qualified.
 31st of May, 2011 by   Job_Seeker 0 Votes
I know for a fact that many of the job opportunities are in fact not real. I heard that they sell employee profiles to headhunters and recruiters. So, indirectly one could "indirectly" get a job through FEP. When they do call it's usually to complete your profile (filling in he missing information).
 23rd of Sep, 2011 by   RealInfoHere 0 Votes
They are spammers and scammers.
I have no interest or previous experience in the food industry, yet they took my resume from Monster and constantly send me junk emails with "opportunities" (low-level food jobs in other states).
I have requested they remove me from their list multiple times, yet they refuse and spam me all the time.
Anyone reading this should avoid having any dealings with them; they don't deserve to make a cent.

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