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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: Fake Company and Reference Service Scam - Avoid at All Costs!

CareerExcuse, run by Jennifer Hatton, is a company that promises to help you with your career by creating fake companies and references for you. However, my experience with them was not good. After paying $195, I received no service and no reply to my complaints. It's possible that Jennifer Hatton is not even her real name and that the founder, William Schmidt, is hiding behind a disguise.

The websites and companies they create are easily identifiable as fake. They recycle details of referees for multiple companies given to multiple members. This means that if someone does a basic Google search, your 'referee' would come up as someone having several different job titles working simultaneously for several companies simultaneously. This would raise a red flag with a prospective employer. It's not worth the risk.

Even if they were to do what they promise instead of running with your money, they are incompetent and cannot provide you with a professional service. You will only be left red-faced when your prospective employer finds out you tried to scam them. It's not worth it. Avoid them.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse.com Review: A Hot Mess of a Scam

I gotta say, CareerExcuse.com is not a good look. I mean, I don't like admitting that I got scammed, but I gotta warn y'all about this one. They've been around for a while, like 12 years or something, so I thought they might be legit. But let me tell you, my experience was a hot mess.

So I paid $200 to CareerExcuse.com, thinking I was gonna get a solid reference for a job I was applying for. But all I got was a bunch of slurred words from Jennifer Hatton, who apparently is a "senior partner" at CareerExcuse.com. Every time I talked to her, she was just rambling on and on, and I couldn't even understand what she was saying half the time. It was like sitting next to the drunkest person at a party, you know what I mean?

And don't even get me started on their website and wildapricot portal. It's all just a bunch of marketing BS, if you ask me. They wasted a few days of my time promising me a "professional, well-supported reference," but all they offered was to "sort everything out by text." And even then, Jennifer was too busy to actually do it on the day she said she would. What a joke.

From what I can tell, CareerExcuse.com is just Amey and Jennifer answering the phone and reading off some generic reference for you. I wouldn't want them talking to any prospective employers of mine, that's for sure. They're just a bunch of scammers who will take your money, waste your time, and leave you feeling like a sucker. Stay far away from CareerExcuse.com, folks.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: The Solution to Employment Verification Gaps and Strict Background Checks

In these tough times, it's really hard to find a job. And when you do, it's even harder to make sure your resume is perfect. Employers are really picky these days, and they don't want to see any gaps in your employment history. But sometimes, life happens and you might have a gap for a valid reason. Unfortunately, most employers don't care about your situation and will just throw your resume away if they see a gap. That's where CareerExcuse comes in.

CareerExcuse is a company that works hard to fix this and other problems. They provide a written employment verification when needed to your prospective employer. This is really important because many employers no longer accept verbal verifications, and they require employment verification forms to confirm your places of employment in the past. CareerExcuse not only provides this service, but they also customize employers based on your professional requirements. They helped me get a job with an employer who uses HIRERIGHT background company by providing employment verification forms for several employers to them. This is one of the most difficult background companies to work with, but CareerExcuse did a great job to provide all the required forms to overcome this and other background company's strict verifications.

Without CareerExcuse, I wouldn't have been able to get a job with an insurance company at one point in time. And now, I find myself needing their help again. But I'm confident that when an employment reference background check comes up, I will have their vital help! I could give them more than 5 stars if that option was available!

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: Deceptive Company, Fake Job References, and No Refund

CareerExcuse is a company that I would not recommend to anyone. They claim to provide job references, but all they do is lie. I was surprised at how quickly they provided me with two fake job references. The fake companies even had a website, which made it look like they were legitimate. At first, I was impressed with their service. However, things started to go downhill when I started getting calls and emails from potential employers who were trying to contact my fake references. Despite leaving multiple messages, they were unable to reach anyone.

I spoke with Jennifer Hatton, who is supposed to be a public relations specialist. She assured me that she would resolve the issue, but nothing happened. Not a single inquiry was successful in obtaining a job reference for me. Out of the 10 or 15 different companies that contacted my fake references, not one was able to get a response. In the end, I had to use my friends as references.

To make matters worse, Jennifer Hatton disappeared without any explanation. I paid around $290 for absolutely nothing. When I tried to get a refund, I couldn't reach anyone at the company. They ignored my calls, texts, and emails. After a few weeks of trying, I gave up.

I was skeptical at first, but they were so attentive before I made my payment that I went against my gut feeling. I guess it's my fault for trusting a company that is based on deception. If you're looking for job references, I suggest you look elsewhere. CareerExcuse is not worth your time or money.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: The Bomb Diggity for Job Seekers!

I gotta say, I've used CareerExcuse twice now and I gotta tell ya, Jennifer Hatton and her team are the bomb diggity! The first time I used their service was after I got laid off from my job. I had been working for a multi-level marketing company for five years and had been promoted multiple times to a management role. I had gained a ton of experience in sales, leadership, training, strategy, finance, recruiting, HR, and business. But when I decided to move on, my resume looked like I had been job hopping. I knew that wouldn't look good to potential employers and it didn't accurately reflect my loyalty or success.

So, I turned to CareerExcuse and boy am I glad I did! Their website is super thorough and professional, with a phone number and everything. And when they call your references, they send you an email with all the deets so you know what's up. It's like they got your back, ya know?

Now, I know there are some negative reviews out there, but let's be real here. If someone didn't get a job and wants to blame it on CareerExcuse, it's probably because they're a bad employee. Ain't nobody gonna give a bad reference if you were a good worker. But I've used them twice and they are the best. Trust me, you won't regret it!

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse: The Solution for Unemployment Gaps in Your Resume

In today's tough economic times, it can be difficult to find a job, especially if you have unemployment gaps. As someone who works in the healthcare industry, I know firsthand how competitive it can be, especially in cities. I had two significant unemployment gaps that would have made it nearly impossible for me to compete for a professional healthcare job. That's when I turned to CareerExcuse, and I am so glad that I did!

I used CareerExcuse twice, and both times it worked very well. This is not a coincidence, but rather the result of the hard work of Jennifer and Willam! They quickly customized appropriate employers to fill in those unemployment gaps. Not only did they provide verbal verification of past employment, but they also helped me to have an employment verification form filled out for each employer if I had more than one (if needed). This was absolutely essential since many employers verify past employment by requiring employment forms.

If you have unemployment gaps (generally just more than 3 months), 99% of the time (with today's economy), you will NOT even get an interview. But with CareerExcuse, I was able to get an offer and pass employment verification successfully with one highly reputable employer that uses a very strict background check company. If I had not used CareerExcuse, I would still be unemployed.

It's important to remember that HR personnel are not sympathetic to your situation if you have significant unemployment gaps. They do not care to find out if you are qualified to work. They strictly make their hiring decisions based on your past/current employment, and based on lack of unemployment gaps! But CareerExcuse is sympathetic to your situation, and they know how to help you get a second chance in your professional career (not just any job).

Overall, I highly recommend CareerExcuse to anyone who has unemployment gaps and is struggling to find a job. Jennifer and Willam are amazing, and they will work hard to help you get back on track in your professional career. Don't let unemployment gaps hold you back - give CareerExcuse a try today!

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Saved My Job Offer: A Review of Their Amazing Service and Customer Care

I was in a real bind when I couldn't find my former boss's phone number and an offer was on the line. I was feeling pretty hopeless until I stumbled upon CareerExcuse. I filled out their online form and explained my situation and how urgent it was. To my surprise, I received a text from Amey Lytle almost immediately asking if I wanted to schedule an appointment sooner. She was able to work around my work schedule and called me as soon as I was available. I was in a total panic and explained to her that I couldn't locate my boss and that my duties and the company were very detailed. I didn't even have a phone number to provide to the interviewer. Amey was amazing! She listened intently, asked a few questions, and took detailed notes. She was professional, calm, and so understanding. I paid a reasonable amount and within minutes she sent me a profile she created from what I said and a phone number. I was able to send the interviewer the phone number, and Amey arranged for William Schmidt, another incredible person, to call the interviewer back the next day. William called me and reviewed details, listened patiently as I kept adding more info, gave an excellent reference, and called me back to let me know.

I had another issue with the person listed from my current company (former coworker) not calling back, so Amey gave me a discounted rate and gave a reference herself after quickly absorbing even more detailed info about my company and job duties. The interviewer had detailed questions and Amey somehow answered all of them, gave a very professional and thorough reference, and I got an offer. I cannot say enough about her service; I know she was busy but both my situations were very urgent and she respected that, was fast and very thorough in getting the details, and was in constant communication with me. She made me feel like I was important and I can't remember ever getting such amazing customer service. And as I said, she picked up all the key points I made, typed them up and remembered everything when talking to this very detailed interviewer.

It is so rare to get the privilege of such competent, fast, accurate service and have someone like Amey who also showed genuine compassion and kindness for my situation. I want to give Amey Lytle the absolute highest possible recommendation! This is an amazing company and I am so grateful to Amey! She went so above and beyond and could not have been more pleasant! I highly recommend CareerExcuse to anyone who needs help with their job search. They are truly the best in the business!

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse: A Professional and Well-Organized Service with Amy at the Helm

Amy is a real pro when it comes to CareerExcuse. She's been doing this for a long time, so she knows exactly how to help you present yourself in the best possible way. Whether you're looking for a job in a specific industry or just want to improve your overall presentation, Amy can give you the advice you need to succeed. And trust me, you should take her advice. She's really good at what she does, and she's helped me land some great jobs.

One thing I really appreciate about Amy is how well-organized everything is. She's given me a rundown of how the whole operation works, and it's really impressive. They even have a DOT Number for commercial driving jobs, which is insane! It just goes to show how well put together this whole business is. And Amy has always done everything she said she would do and more. She goes above and beyond to make sure her clients are happy.

I don't understand why there are negative reviews about CareerExcuse. Some people seem to expect Amy to be available 24/7, which is just ridiculous. She works hard and answers all the incoming calls from potential clients, as well as doing the job of the reference providers. And she always responds to texts and emails as soon as she can. I mean, come on, she's not a machine! She's a real person with a busy job. But every time she's been on a call, she's let me know right away via text. She's always been professional and courteous.

I think some of the negative reviews are just from people who don't understand how hard it is to work in a busy industry like trucking. I've been there, and I know how tough it can be. But Amy always does her best to help her clients, and she's never blown me off or ignored me. So I don't understand why people are calling her a scammer or saying she's unprofessional. It's just not true.

And let's talk about the economics of CareerExcuse. The Blue Collar Plan is only $150, and it can help you land a job that pays $50k a year plus benefits. That's a great value! So why wouldn't you want to work with Amy and take advantage of this amazing opportunity? She's a hard worker who really cares about her clients, and she deserves our respect and appreciation. So let's be reasonable and work with her, instead of trashing her on the internet like a bunch of haters.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse.com Review: Scam Alert - Don't Waste Your Time or Money!

My experience with CareerExcuse.com, also known as WorkReferences.com, was not a good one. I booked a free 15-minute introductory Zoom call with them, but when the meeting was supposed to start, they told me that Zoom wasn't working and suggested we have the meeting over the phone. This was a red flag for me.

I also noticed that half of their website was using stock photos and was written in Latin. When I asked them about it, they told me it was temporary and that they were working on rebuilding it. However, I had looked at their website five months earlier, and it looked exactly the same. This was another red flag for me.

Despite my reservations, I was in desperate need of their services, so I opened a profile on their site and filled out my information. When I contacted them to let them know I had completed my part, we discussed what sort of companies would be used for my profile. They then told me that they would be invoicing me and that I had 24 hours to pay, or the portal would close. I made it clear that I did not want phones turned on until the profile was complete and I had a chance to review and approve it. However, they insisted that I pay within 24 hours. This was a huge red flag for me.

The next morning, they did their part somewhat, but it was nothing close to a usable script. They copy/pasted generic resume and job listing excerpts into my profile, and some of it was so vague that it conveyed nothing. Some of it even contradicted other portions of the profile. I suspect that they just copy/paste this garbage into every profile to make it look like they did something.

When I checked the two company websites they provided, I was shocked at how bad and amateur they looked. They had misspelled words, spacing and font issues, and pictures of company key personnel in casual, unprofessional poses and clothing. Titles like CEO/Head of product were used for a company that sells no products. The same people were shown on another page titled "meet the team," where they all had different names and titles. Both company sites showed that they had offices in the UK, CN, and like 8+ throughout the US, all in the same cities! In 2023, no company of the size these are meant to look like would have a zero social media footprint.

After reviewing all of this, I texted them that there were issues that needed to be discussed before going forward and to call me at their earliest availability. However, I never received a response. I'm glad I didn't send them any funds, but the real issue is the time wasted with these scammers. If they actually ran a business that provided the service they advertise, I would have paid 2-3x the $399 they asked for.

In summary, CareerExcuse.com is not a trustworthy company. They sell you on what they will do for you, rush you to make payment, and then deliver nothing remotely usable.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: How I Got My Foot in the Door After a 4-Year Work Gap

So, I wasn't too thrilled about using CareerExcuse, but I had no other choice. You see, I got really sick back in 2015 and had to leave my successful technical career. It was a tough time, but I finally finished my treatment in late 2018. I tried to get a similar job, but I couldn't even get a call back. It was so frustrating because I had 15 years of experience with highly sought after skills. I just couldn't believe I was getting nothing in this economy.

Then, an HR friend told me that it was because of my 4-year gap. She said that it would be very hard for a company that doesn't know me to take a chance on someone with such a big gap in work history. Resumes are picked by automated programs, and they overlook resumes with large work gaps. This really upset me because it wasn't my fault that I got sick, and now that I fought to get well, my illness was still affecting my life.

One day, I googled "fake job reference," and CareerExcuse came up. I saw a few others, but this one seemed the best and was in lots of mainstream articles. I didn't want to lie on my resume, but I have a family, and my wife has been the sole breadwinner for 4 years on top of taking care of me. I wanted my teen kids to know their dad used to be successful before his illness. I decided to use them just to see if it made a difference.

I created a very similar job as I had done in the past and was very qualified to do. I didn't create a job that I had no experience in. I was blown away. I had calls the same day. I literally had 15 voice mails after I muted my phone during a movie. I interviewed, and it went great, but now the worry really set in. I knew now the company would contact CareerExcuse, so I hoped they would come through. I had sent them a ton of emails to make sure they were dependable. There is no room for errors. If they messed up, not only would I lose my new job, but I'd be very embarrassed.

I tested their phone numbers they had created and wrote a very detailed script for them to follow. I figured what I was doing wasn't really wrong because I still need to pass the interview and do the job well. The only thing that was preventing me from getting that chance was an illness. The companies didn't know I was sick, and I wasn't going to plaster it all over my resume. I figured this was the only way to give me a fair chance. They wouldn't be in the interview answering the questions for me. I'd need to have the skills to pass, and my interview was extremely technical, but I was floored when I got the call that everything went well, and I got the job! I actually got emotional. My wife and kids were so happy.

I have been working for a month now, and I am very satisfied with CareerExcuse. I'm writing such a long review because when I started, I wanted to hear from real users how their experience was. I recommend you explain to your rep exactly what you need. Write details on what you need them to say. Do not create a new job that you have no experience in since you need the basic skills the job demands. Ask them a lot of questions. It was worth every penny, and I hope I never have to use them again, but if I had another big issue where I couldn't work for a while, I would use them in a heartbeat.

I have been very successful in my new role because I knew I was very qualified for it, but I had to get my foot in the door. I knew there was no other way, and I proved it since the responses I got went from almost zero to well over 200 by the time I was finished. I kept my account active with CareerExcuse just in case. It's a tiny price to pay just in case. It was probably the best money I've ever spent. I spent $195 to get a very well-paying job that I am certain I wouldn't have even had the chance for otherwise.

Call me a cheater, call me a liar. I don't care. I know I'm a good person. In life, we sometimes have to do things we would rather not, but I literally had no other choice. If you have a gap longer than a couple of months in work experience, I don't know any other way unless you want to wait a long time since they will take less qualified candidates over you just because work gaps are regarded as a huge negative for recruiters and HR. It is safe and effective. I wish you the best in finding the job you deserve. Thank you.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: A Total Scam and Waste of Money

CareerExcuse is a website that claims to provide fake job references for people who need them. I have to say, I was really disappointed with my experience using this service. It's a total rip-off, and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

First of all, the customer service is terrible. I tried calling and emailing Amey and her "staff" multiple times, but I never got a response. It's like they don't even care about their customers. And when I finally did get a response, it was really unhelpful.

But the worst part is the fake references themselves. They're just laughable. I mean, who would believe that someone worked at a company that doesn't even exist? It's really embarrassing, and I feel like I wasted my money.

I think the saddest part about this whole thing is that people who use this service are often in a really desperate situation. They need a job, and they're willing to do whatever it takes to get one. But CareerExcuse is just taking advantage of them. It's really shameful.

In conclusion, I would not recommend CareerExcuse to anyone. It's a total scam, and you're better off looking for a job the old-fashioned way. Don't waste your money on this terrible service.

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CareerExcuse Be Cautious: My Experience with CareerExcuse Review

So, I was thinking about using CareerExcuse to help me with my resume. But, I didn't read the reviews first and boy, was that a mistake. I ended up having to dispute the charge with my bank because they didn't provide the service they promised. It's a shame that companies like this exist, but I guess they'll keep scamming people as long as they keep making money.

If you're thinking about using CareerExcuse, I encourage you to be cautious. Make sure you read the reviews and do your research before giving them any money. And if they don't provide the service they promised, don't hesitate to dispute the charge with your bank. It's one of the three valid reasons to do so, after all.

Overall, I wouldn't recommend CareerExcuse based on my experience. But, maybe they'll change their ways if enough people start disputing their charges. Who knows?

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: A Terrible Company That Preys on Job Seekers

This company, CareerExcuse, is absolutely terrible! They prey on people who are struggling to find work and are just ripping them off. I've been having a tough time finding a job because I had to take a break to take care of my husband after he had a really bad accident. Now that he's better, I'm trying to get back into the workforce, but it's been tough. That's when I came across CareerExcuse.

At first, I thought it was a great idea. They offer fake references and job histories to help people who have gaps in their resumes. But as soon as I paid them, things started to go downhill. They took my money and then started harassing me for more. They wouldn't stop calling and emailing me, even though I told them I couldn't afford any more services.

It's been a week now and I'm still getting calls and emails from them. They've taken up so much of my time that I haven't been able to focus on finding a real job. I'm afraid I'm going to lose my house if I don't find work soon, but CareerExcuse has made it even harder for me.

I wouldn't recommend this company to anyone. They're just taking advantage of people who are already in a tough spot. Don't waste your money on their fake services. It's not worth it.

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CareerExcuse earns a trustworthiness rating of 67%

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Our conclusion: CareerExcuse's operations, reviewed by ComplaintsBoards, appear mostly legit but with some concerns. Be careful and read customer feedback before dealing with the company. Negative reviews may indicate potential risks.

CareerExcuse has received 6 positive reviews on our site. This is a good sign and indicates a safe and reliable experience for customers who choose to work with the company.

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Several users have reported concerns about the legitimacy of CareerExcuse as a job board or recruiter. We suggest that you proceed with caution when using this website and thoroughly research any job opportunities or offers before providing personal information.

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CareerExcuse Beware of CareerExcuse: A Company That Stole My Website and Refused to Take it Down

CareerExcuse is a company that I had a really bad experience with. I was shocked to find out that they had stolen my website, "www.Best-Courier.com", and tried to pass it off as their own. It was a terrible feeling to have something that I had worked so hard on taken away from me without my permission. I felt violated and angry that they would stoop so low as to steal from someone else.

I tried to reason with them and asked them to take down my website, but they refused. It wasn't until I threatened legal action that they finally removed it. I can only imagine that they have done this to other people as well. It's a shame that they can't come up with their own material instead of resorting to stealing from others.

If you're looking for a company to use for references, I would suggest looking elsewhere. There are plenty of other companies out there that are honest and trustworthy. Some examples include Alibi Network and The Reference Store. Don't fall for the tricks of these scam artists. They are nothing but lazy thieves who will stop at nothing to get what they want.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: Shady Business Practices and Theft of Services

CareerExcuse is a website that claims to offer fake job references to people who need them. However, my experience with this site has been less than satisfactory. First of all, I have to say that the alleged "Co-Owner" Amey Lytle needs to learn a thing or two about embezzlement. I mean, come on, paying $5k in monthly phone bills so members can receive reference calls from hiring managers is just the cost of doing business! It's not embezzlement, as she seems to think.

But what really gets me is the fact that CareerExcuse has been taking members' renewal money and not doing anything to make sure their phone numbers are active. That's just plain theft of services, if you ask me. I mean, why should I pay for a service that I'm not even getting? It's just not right.

And don't even get me started on the fact that CareerExcuse expects members to pay for their services using personal email addresses and Zelle accounts. I mean, what kind of professional business does that? It's just shady and untrustworthy.

Overall, I would not recommend CareerExcuse to anyone looking for fake job references. There are plenty of other, more reputable sites out there that offer similar services without all the shady business practices. So save your money and look elsewhere.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: A Complete Joke - Don't Waste Your Time or Money

This company, CareerExcuse, is a complete joke. They make all sorts of promises, like getting back to you within 72 hours for an extra fee, but don't hold your breath. They also claim to provide references for you, but don't count on it. They'll give you every excuse in the book about being too busy to get back to you, and then when it comes down to the wire and your references are needed, they won't answer the phone. It's a complete waste of money and time dealing with these people. Save yourself the aggravation and look elsewhere for a reputable company to help you with your career needs.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: Shady Operation, False Promises, and Poor Customer Service

So, I gotta say, I had a pretty rough experience with CareerExcuse. They were all about promising me job references and making it seem like I needed to act fast and give them my money ASAP. But once they had my cash, they totally ghosted me. I sent emails and texts, but it was like they fell into a black hole.

Finally, when I did get a response from someone named Amey, it was not good. They straight up attacked me and called me annoying, even though I had every right to be frustrated. I mean, I sent them copies of my receipt and the email I had sent requesting references, but they still acted like I was in the wrong.

In the end, I actually found a job without their help, thank goodness. But I definitely learned my lesson. Don't trust these guys with your money. They're not delivering on what they promise, and it's a pretty shady operation overall. I'm actually in the process of reporting them to other places, too.

So yeah, just be careful out there. Don't fall for their slick talk and high-pressure tactics. It's not worth it.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Took My Money and Provided No Service or Refund: A Warning to Others

I had a terrible experience with CareerExcuse. I was really excited to use their services, but unfortunately, they took my money and provided no service or refund. I paid $250 through Cash App to Jack Staten, who I thought I could trust since I had worked with CareerExcuse in the past. However, this time was different.

When I called to inquire about my refund, I spoke to Jennifer who sounded like she had been drinking. She promised me a refund, but it never came through. I tried calling her multiple times, but she no longer answers the phone. It's really frustrating because I was hoping to use their services to help me with my career, but instead, I was left with nothing.

I wish I could share more details about my experience, but unfortunately, I can't due to agreements with my legal team. However, I do want to warn others about this company. They will be under investigation soon for creating fraud on a federal level. It's really disappointing to see a company take advantage of people like this.

If you've had a similar experience with CareerExcuse, I encourage you to report it to the Federal Trade Commission. It's important to hold companies accountable for their actions and protect consumers from fraud.

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CareerExcuse CareerExcuse Review: Scam Alert - Don't Waste Your Money!

I reckon that CareerExcuse (careerexcuse.com) used to be a decent company, but not anymore. I started working with Amey, and I sent the money, but I didn't get any website. Their reference doesn't work, and I lost my hard-earned $250. I called Jennifer, and she sounded like she was high on something. I didn't give my money to support someone's habit. I could easily go to a sketchy gas station and give out money if I wanted to do that. Jennifer claims to be the owner, but she didn't do anything to provide me with the service I paid for. As a result, I didn't get the job from a very excited prospective employer. I strongly advise against using CareerExcuse. You're better off asking your trusted friends to vouch for you. These two are worthless and will actually mess up your career.

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CareerExcuse Beware of CareerExcuse: My Experience with Their Fake Service and Scam

Listen up folks, I gotta tell you about my experience with CareerExcuse. Let me tell you, it was a disaster. I fell for their fake service and got scammed out of my hard-earned money. Don't make the same mistake I did, and stay far away from this site.

I dealt with a woman named Jennifer Hatton, or at least that's what she called herself. She was all friendly and helpful until I paid her the $220 fee. After that, she disappeared faster than a cat in a room full of rocking chairs. I tried to reach out to her multiple times, but she never responded. It was like she took my money and ran.

I should have listened to my gut and not trusted this site. But I was desperate for a job and thought this could be my ticket in. Boy, was I wrong. Now, I'm out of money and still unemployed.

But I'm not going to take this lying down. I'm going to do everything in my power to expose this fraudulent service and any other bots and sites that are connected to them. I've even got a guy who's willing to help me out. If you want more information, shoot him an email at ***@lobbyist.com.

So, take my advice and steer clear of CareerExcuse. Don't let them scam you like they scammed me. You'll thank me later.

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CareerExcuse is a professional service that provides individuals with a fake employment history and reference to help them secure a job. The company offers a range of services, including creating a fake resume, providing a fake reference, and even creating a fake company website to support the fake employment history.

The service is designed for individuals who may have gaps in their employment history, have been fired from previous jobs, or have a criminal record that may make it difficult for them to secure a job. CareerExcuse provides a solution to these challenges by creating a fake employment history that can be used to impress potential employers.

The company claims to have a team of experienced professionals who are skilled in creating convincing fake employment histories and references. They use a variety of techniques to make the fake employment history appear authentic, including creating a fake company website, providing a fake reference, and even creating a fake LinkedIn profile.

CareerExcuse has received mixed reviews from customers, with some praising the service for helping them secure a job, while others have criticized the company for promoting dishonesty and deception. Despite the controversy surrounding the service, CareerExcuse continues to operate and provide its services to individuals who are struggling to secure employment.

In conclusion, CareerExcuse is a professional service that provides individuals with a fake employment history and reference to help them secure a job. While the service has received mixed reviews, it remains a popular option for individuals who are struggling to find employment due to gaps in their employment history, previous job terminations, or criminal records.

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CareerExcuse reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on May 29, 2023. The latest review CareerExcuse Review: Fake Company and Reference Service Scam - Avoid at All Costs! was posted on Jun 16, 2023. CareerExcuse has an average consumer rating of 1 stars from 20 reviews. CareerExcuse has resolved 0 complaints.
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