Job Nexus complaints 4
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From January this process started I got call from this company like I have shortlisted and aftr sum days they sent me a offer letter and askd me to make payment for further process in desperation of job I made payment and sum days I got cl from a abroad company and then again they me to make a final payment then they I'll start visa and ticket process I already lost 3 months by believing this fraud company
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Total waste of Money, Don't even bother honestly.
Initially was hesitant to try this service after reading reviews, but thought let me give it a go. They market the idea of sending your resume to agencies, You barely get any responses from the agencies, no confirmations email from the agencies. Yes they send a report of where they 'sent' your resume but no emails from the agencies. I received one email from an agency telling me that they will not use my resume and not assist, when I forwarded to the support they told me they don't know what that is as that agency was not in their report... ridiculous honestly.
Conclusion, you honestly get nothing out of this, at least for UAE. I got more responses from Linked Premium that this untrustworthy site - Job Nexus. Honestly even thinking to get a bank charge back as I paid for literally nothing and do not let scammers just take my money to pay their employees who assist with scamming and misinforming.
Order Receipt Number - Receipt #[protected]
order number is: 5cd41a9a7a0e9
job nexus bad service beware fraud and scam company!
Super fake beware of this scam fraud company called job nexus!
I don't recommend to pay any penny for them, I told them i'm in great need of a job and i'm so qualified they told me they don't care they just send the cv to 59 companies for about 40 usd plus not a single phone call nor real job offer. Beware of these scammers
Here's my order number : 5c447b9f0d85d
Beware of these professional scammers plus no real identity in their reply from the fake support dept, i'll sue them soon but i'm just collecting a lot of data about them and file a case on them!
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JobNexus is a SCAM
I found a job on Craigslist, so I copied and pasted their email and sent them my resume. I get an email back saying this:
Thank you very much for your interest in our Craigslist job posting. This email is to notify you that we have received your inquiry and that, in the next few days, one of our representatives will review the information you have provided.
Now please take the following steps:
1. Add [protected]@jobnexus.org to your contacts in your email account - this is to ensure the emails we send to you don't end up in the spam folder, making you miss out on interview requests!
2. Given the high volume of applicants, we require that candidates first complete our online personality test. Click Here or type this link in the address bar in your browser: http://www.jobnexus.org/quiz.php and follow the instructions.
Your JobNexus ID is: 01324. Please make a note of this as you will require it during the process of your application.
If you're a good match for our current needs, we will contact you directly to arrange an interview.
Best of luck,
JobNexus HR Team
So I click on the personality test they wanted me to take and they said they wanted to test my computer skills. They told me to go to certain websites, fill in the info, submit it, and then come back to their page and answer the questions pertaining to the page you were just on. The pages they want you to go to and submit info on are those "get paid for surveys" pages that ask for all of your personal info... what a joke!
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