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Right Fit Staffing/Career Network Inc. / False Promises

1 P.O. Box 618305Orlando, FL, United States Review updated:

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:

On the front page of the application you will find a login prompt. Please login using the following:

Username: hmoore23@XXXXX
Password: XXXXXXXX

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.

Best Regards,
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 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 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.

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  • Ch
      16th of Oct, 2008
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    Great! I just received the same e-mail from them today and did go ahead and fill out the requested information, which included all of my references contact information. I knew something was up when they listed their address and it was a PO Box, but no phone # was provided. This pisses me off! I don't think I gave them too much personal information, not that they would get very far on my credit at this point and time. :) I too need a job and do not appreciate being jacked with!

  • Do
      17th of Oct, 2008
    0 Votes

    Yes, I have applied to this same company "Right Fit Staffing", and the only thing I have recieved after taking the time to apply to countless jobs they have listed is junk e-mails. I even complaine to the website that posted their adv. but they stated, " We do not monitor our prospective employers." AVOID RIGHT FIT STAFFING, is the best advice I can provide because it's a SCAM. Good luck on your job search:-)

  • Pi
      28th of Oct, 2008
    0 Votes

    OMG! Why did I not read about all these complaints before I fell for this scam????? This is awful...

  • Gi
      4th of Nov, 2008
    0 Votes

    I also wish that I had researched, something seemed too good to be true, thought I would say that I was interested in "pursuing higher education" as they ask on their site, as soon as I said yes, figuring it would help in getting a call back for an interview--my phone has been ringing off the hook with various schools calling me---however there has been no phone call for the job I applied for. I agree that there are those of us that are diligently looking for work and this just becomes more draining than necessary--something needs to be done about this sort of thing!

  • An
      11th of Nov, 2008
    0 Votes

    I have been in the job market since JUNE, when I graduated from college. Well, it is now November and I am still unemployed. I have filled out probably around 100 applications with CareerNetwork based in Orlando, and each time I have never heard back. Someone did, however, call me one day to verify my information, but she did not know what the job was for or where it was located. I never thought it was a scam until now. I thought a lot of people were applying and I was just overlooked. But to be overlooked on 100 jobs? Doesn't make sense. I also got an email from "Sister Mary Joseph" wanting me to pay her $100 to fix my resume and in turn she'd set me up with 15 interviews of entry-level jobs that pay over 50K. Good thing I told her to shove it! BEWARE OF CAREER NETWORK! I am DONE wasting my time!

  • No
      22nd of Nov, 2008
    0 Votes

    This place also falls under the name World Supply Jobs and I filled out the info and they told me to give references. They had asked for email addresses and would not let me continue without email. So I had to put in my own. I then emailed them that that was the only thing I could do. I then recieved all references to my email address. I don't care what application I am filling out, I will not cheat, so I deleted them. Once again, I emailed them, this time at This is the email I was given for any questions. The email was returned as Daemon failure notice. No other way to contact them.

  • Co
      29th of Nov, 2008
    0 Votes

    Why do I feel like such an ###, being unemployed is a disaster in itself, the head games are bad enough but when some one gives you a little bit of hope that someone actually looked at your resume and that you may have just shot at work and now I read this...people like this need to be hung by thier nuts. (if they are guys)

  • Tl
      2nd of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    I have gotten the same emails. This sucks!!! I need a job just like everyone else and all I get is a bunch of crap. Something should be done about this. Anyone have any ideas???

  • Ja
      29th of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    I like most of you feel for this scam numerous times...just moved to FL and am crazy looking for work. Why can't they be shut down?????

  • Le
      12th of Feb, 2009
    0 Votes

    I can tell it's one of these 'info please' emails as they _never_ get my name correct. If you've seen one of these emails, check how they do your name and then filter _all_ emails with the same 'salutation' (i.e. 'Dear ...'). This will allow you to ignore these emails that come from _other_ domains (locations) as well...

  • Fl
      19th of Feb, 2009
    0 Votes

    Beyond pissed off. This 'company' did actually contact my references... but I never got any contact back at all. Like everyone else here, I'm desperate to find a full-time job... and to have to go through all of this crap only to find out you've been had... Ugh! Very upset right now.

  • Sh
      20th of Feb, 2009
    0 Votes

    I am just like the rest of you...dying for work. I actually turned down a job bc I was waiting to hear back from this fake company.
    Someone has got to help us seek retribution. I am soooo angry. I would save these fake emails they are sending.
    If anyone has any advise...PLEASE let us know.

  • Fl
      6th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    just got email from them today and the email address they now use I guess is but on the very bottom showed Career-Network, Inc., P.O.Box 618305, Orlando, FL 32861-8305.  Thank God I googled the company first before checking out the weblink that was supposed to take me to the vacant position and found all you guys postings and that the company is actually fake. let's just pay much attention and make sure to check the company's authenticity first before filling out anything.

    i think we are doing the right thing posting about this kind of companies online so that others can avoid being victimized as well. something should be done about this kind of companies. these companies seemed to be increasing in number as the need for job among us heightened.

    thanks everyone for posting your share.

  • Wo
      8th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    Today is April 8, 2009. I have just opened up my email to find an ivitation for application to this company.
    Career Network, Inc., P.O. Box 618305, Orlando, FL 32861-8305
    I just like all of you, have been seeking employment, and have been unsucessful. I graduated in July 2008 as a paralegal (legal research) and from what I was taught decided to research this company before filling out any information.
    I guess my education pays off for somethings, obviously a job isn't one of them!! LOL!!!
    Sorry guys, I'm sure our day is coming! Hang in there!!!

  • Js
      13th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    I fell for it too...I applied for a Warehouse/Forklift job through, which directed me to It's a complete waste of time. I should have done the research before filling out the application. I, too, don't believe I gave them too much information...even still they couldn't get far with my credit if they tried! I've been looking for a job for months now and something needs to be done. I'd smack whoever they are in the head if I got the chance...false hope is a terrible thing to spread.

    Hang in there everyone!!

  • Tk
      5th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I too have been recieveing emails from this company!! I also have been getting alot of junk mail. It is a shame that this site can not be shut down. Hopefully the people who are doing this will be repaid by GOD!!

  • Jo
      11th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    They are operating under dozens of different domain names. They have no interest or intention of putting anyone to work.

    Some domains that is also operating under:

    here are links about the Career Networks. Draw your own conclusion.

  • Je
      14th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Dear S. Levine
    Executive Assistant,

    I'm not sure how to get my information to you. I would be very interested in the job that you mentioned. However, when I click on the link provided in your email, it redirects me to an educational sign up type of website. I keep getting phone calls back fom telemarketers inquiring about their agenda. It's a great idea for the schools. But, they make no mention of the position that is being advertised by the company.

    Are you with a company or a school placement program? Would it be possible to have some from your organization contact me directly?

  • Mi
      17th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Well, I received the same email regarding a job. However, their number is on the site, and I called them informing them of the negative comments I have seen online that stated they were fake. A representative answered and told me that everything is real and legit, and they only contact you if they are really interested so I do not know whats the deal. The number is 866-755-2785. Someone should call and verify.

  • Te
      18th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Wow, I am stupified. See the email below. I deleted my info from this for privacy, but you can see what it says anyway:

    Here is what I got this morning:

    Hello ,

    I am looking for a Telecommunications Technician Assistant. This person will be assisting in the day-to-day customer service needs. This position offers $16.60 per hour and includes full benefits, which we will discuss at the time of your interview.

    , , to avoid being flooded with applications and responses, I have only extended this opportunity to a select number of qualified individuals. Your online resume caught my attention, and I would like to start the interview process as soon as I possibly can. I am looking forward to hearing from you today, if at all possible. By selecting the hyperlink below, you can view more information about the position, benefits offered, our company, and send in your application as an interested applicant.

    I would like to learn more about the Telecommunications Technician Assistant opening.

    I hope to have your application later today!

    Best of Luck,

    C. Benn

    HR Director

    If you cannot access the webpage through the hyperlink above, you can copy and paste the link at the bottom of this invitation into your browser.
    {EMAIL REMOVED BY OWNER FOR PRIVACY REASONS}aaxxeeww7_lil51_Telecommunications_05182009_MON&rd=88735&gs=7&ro=17&j=22894647

    Take_my_name out of future_employment_considerations.

    Career Network, Inc., P.O. Box 618305, Orlando, FL 32861-8305

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