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RSC Staffing / interview scam

1 Kenosha, WI, United States Review updated:

I was contacted via email to interview online, which I have never done before. They sent me many reminders of the time and even had recorded phone calls call me and tell me not to miss the interview. There were over 180 other people online for the same interview when I logged on. I just decided to wait and hear about the company...the try to suck you in and tell you how great it is and that you can work from home and then after about an HOUR they tell you the want 297.00 ASSOCIATION FEE! And then they would pick 15 people to work for them! That is when I logged off...SCAM! What a waste, also it was my birthday and they wasted my evening!!!

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  • Xo
      11th of Apr, 2011
    +1 Votes

    I just received an RSC STAFFING Email. I was very lair of this email and did a search. Think heaven I was smart and did this search since it showed up as a SCAM. WHAT IS THIS WORLD COMING TOO? Does anyone want to buy the Brooklyn Bridge?

  • Pa
      2nd of May, 2011
    +1 Votes

    I have received e-mails from the same company in the past week promising me the moon. I was suspicious and thank God I was. It is a scam. Run away from these people . Delete their e-mails.

  • 09
      3rd of May, 2011
    +1 Votes

    Also received the same email and I just thought of checking about them and fortunately I found this. Thank God! and thanks guys.

  • Se
      3rd of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    Thank you so much for sharing. I too have been getting the emails and decided to research it as well. It really helps when other people share their experiences to help benefit others. I really appreciate it Christine!

  • Ad
      5th of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    Thank you so much. I have been receiving constant e-mails from them asking me to set up for an interview. I was a bit skeptical since they said that no camera or microphone was required. Now I have done interviews where I had to record a personal statement and e-mail it to the hiring manager, however this just seemed fishy. Plus, the salary is wayyyy too inflated. Glad that I do not have to waste my time with this. Also, I clicked the "get started" link on the bottom of their page and it says something about the "$297". If you have to pay to get a job then it is definitely a scam. A legitimate employment opportunity will not ask you to pay a fee and most likely the Human Resources Personnel will contact you by phone if they are interested in your Resume.


  • Cy
      5th of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    I believed this paid the money and the interview is nothing like the "REAL" job. I have wasted $317 on fighting with these people. The interview stated the manual is what you were paying for, but once you pay the trainers state it is nothing to do with how the way the work goes. They want keep stating "You have to work your ### off to make money." and if you want to get your money back then you have to show a detailed log for six months showing your work. I went to their website and submitted my resume due to wanting to work in HR. I tried to find info on the company, but I could not find ANYTHING until today, while another company was on the phone wanting me to pay over $400. Fool me once, but not twice. LOL. During the training I sent my email out to the other "recruiters in training", I had one to send me an email stating every job she got awesome resumes for they would tell her the hiring manager had been fired. What a Scam! I wish I knew a way to get these idiots.

  • Je
      9th of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    Thanks to everyone who has posted these messages regarding the fraud this company is committing! I just received an e-mail and since the information was so vague regarding the position, fact that they didn't provide an address or phone number for the company AND the way the e-mail was deceptively written using the words COULD and POTENTIALLY, I'm glad that I checked this out!! What we can do is group together and help each other and others who could fall for their scam by reporting them to the Better Business Bureau in your area. They will find out who these people are and either shut them down or require them to correctly advertise. The link is: and then log your complaints. They will respond to you by mail or e-mail if you request that. Give them as much detail as you can so we can shut these jerks down!! WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER!! PRAISING GOD for all of you who care about others and have shared this info!! The job market is tough enough without these jerks. We don't have time to waste with people like this!!!

  • Sw
      10th of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    I have been searching for a job for two months now and have my resume posted on monster and career builders. So when i received this email i was so ready to do it until my husband said sounds like a scam, check it out first. So i goggled it and came across this, its a good thing i listened to my hubby. These people are frauds and i am going to the better business bureau.

  • Bu
      11th of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    Unfortunately I fell for this SCAM, however reported it to my bank who is reimbursing me the money and cancelled my debit card and issuing a new one so they can no longer bill me. I reported them to the BBB. They hooked me when I was down, recently layed off, just bought a house and needed money coming in..I feel like an ### but am happy that I got my money back and that I learned a valuable lesson. They give phone numbers that are no longer woking so you never get a hold of anyone. I emailed them and told them I reported them and now they keep emailing me back telling me to help them understand why I feel this way. Not my job to help them. I referred them to this website. Good luck to evveryone with your job search!

  • Rt
      24th of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    I saw the information and was very excited. I had a few questions I needed answered. I called the numbers listed as well as emailed my times and never received any call backs nor email responses. Thank God I never paid my money. Beware! If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck...quack! quack!

  • Fl
      26th of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    Thank you, everyone, this was VERY helpful

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