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PostalJobPlacement.com

Posted: 2013-06-17 by    

Faulty website and customer service

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 3 votes
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Contact information:
postaljobplacement.com
130 Inverness Plaza, Suite 195
Birmingham, Alabama
United States
Phone: (866) 977-7765
postaljobplacement.com
I paid $70 on 5/15/13 to practice for the postal exam, by 6/2/13 I started practicing their "forms exam" section and begun to notice a lot of discrepancies on this exam every time I took it. For example the question would not match the form in the picture, or the picture would be missing completely. You can't reach an actual customer service agent of any kind with their phone number, nor does anyone contact you if you fill out the "contact us" form for them to respond to you. I asked two different chat agents over an 8 day period, once on June 2 to notify them of the errors I found. Their online chat agent, John, asked me to send screenshots to chatsupport@postaljobplacement.com. He said it was the ONLY way to address this issue. I sent several emails with many screenshots of more than one error on two different "form exams" on June 2, no response for a entire week. I talked to another chat agent on June 10th, Michael, and said at this point I now what a refund, due to the lack of integrity and professionalism of their website. Again, he said the only way to process that would be to send the request to the email address I had, they would process it as soon as they got to my email. He stated they get backed up at times. It's now been two weeks. I contacted them trying to follow up, by email, on June 12th and today the 17th. I'm frustrated trying to get my $70 back. Their chat isn't even available on their site now. I have contacted the Better Business Bureau in attempt to urge them to give me my money back. I encourage everyone to avoid this website. There are plenty of free resources online and affordable study books on amazon.com that are much more reliable to prepare for the same exams.

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 23rd of May, 2013 by    0 Votes

PostalJobPlacement.com - Job scam
PostalJobPlacement.com
130 Inverness Plaza, Suite 195, Birmingham, AL 35242
United States

They claim that they can find a job for anyone but it is lie, all they did was taking my money and vanishing. If you consider paying them a deposit better think twice because you might end up being scammed just like I was. This company is total joke and is made with only purpose - scam people!
 26th of Nov, 2013 by    +1 Votes
Hi i had the same problem the manager kimberly was so unprofessional she hung the phone up on me and was so rude. i too tried to get my money back because they where so unprofessional. and its a scam please stay away from this page.
 8th of May, 2014 by    +1 Votes
She did the same thing to me was rude there new scam is


http://www.postaljobsauthority.com/


there online form done work BIG SCAM
 12th of Jun, 2014 by    0 Votes
This company is at it again!(Troy McCawley) www.postaljobplacement.com &
www.postaljobsauthority.com are the same SCAM. One web page has this number on it, Postal Job Placement 866-977-7765, and if you call www.postaljobsauthority.com at
800-439-4465 the same person answered so I asked for my refund and they hung-up on me. I did an online from and got a nasty email saying “I would never get my money
back “, but their web page states it is refundable. My friend Ray took the same test
with a Tyler F. Long and the same thing happened, he never got the money back. Their is a case with Tyler F Long, Case 1:08-cv-02053-WSD with the FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION. After doing some checking on both companies I had my girl friend call and ask “who is the owner” the person said it was a Robert Hanna, she asked to speak to him but never got a call back. It was all the money I had to live off of. How do both companies stay in business? My friend and I have called a Harold E. Kirtz, FTCs Southeast Region 404-656-1357 and we faxed everything over to him. He said its fraud what they are doing to people and a shame that they are still doing this to people who are just looking to better themselves.

Caller: Postal Job Placement 866-977-7765
Call Type: Non-profit Organization
 10th of Nov, 2014 by    0 Votes
Their ads are a lie. The USPS does NOT hire people as Career Carriers anymore. Everyone starts as a City Carrier Assistant at $15.30/hr, mandatory 6-day weeks, NO health insurance, NO vacation for ONE YEAR!!! The only benefit is that you accumulate personal leave.
Postal Job Placement will also not pay the hiring bonus if they don't get your request within 30 days of hire.

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