Right Fit Staffing/Career Network Inc. / False Promises
I applied for a job through Right Fit Staffing and received this email:
Your recent application for the Work At Home Representative position with Employment Ace has been reviewed by our Human Resources Department. Upon reviewing your application it was determined that you meet the initial requirements mandated for this position. I would be pleased to recommend you as a potential candidate for this position.
If you still have a desire to be considered for this position, please indicate so by visiting our website at the following location: http://firstname.lastname@example.org&id=employmentace2nds10062008&jb=4446669
On the front page of the application you will find a login prompt. Please login using the following:
Please take a moment to verify any information that we currently have on record. You may be asked to supply additional information that will be used to help speed along the final hiring process. After our Human Resources Department has received the final completed application you will be contacted to schedule a personal interview.
Douglas Thompson Human Resources
Career Network, Inc.
P.O. Box 618305
Orlando, Florida [protected]
As I said, I applied to Right Fit Staffing (RFS), but this email says Employment Ace(EA), and it is from a person who works with Career Network Inc(CNI). Very confusing. I received that email 3 days ago and have not heard from them. I began searching Right Fit Staffing, Company Confidential (CC)(another name I discovered they use), Employment Ace and Career Network Inc. None of them seem to have phone numbers, RFS has a website that is under construction and according to whois.com the domain is not even owned. EA goes to a generic website that again has no contact numbers, only an email address that points to email@example.com. I cannot even find a website or any information at all about CC, and CNI points to a website that I do not believe belongs to them.
I found your website when I was searching for information on all of the above companies, many of which are on [redacted] as being scams. I have not lost any money from this, but I would like to see something done about these companies. I need a job, just like the rest of the world, and these companies are preying on people like me.