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Recruiting ExpertsFalse Advertisement

I have paid 297 dollars to the recruiting experts which posted a job ad claiming to be a staffing agency. I have now learned that this is a scam and would like my money back.

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  • Wa
    WayneD Sep 02, 2010

    I was in the middle of the "online interview" Recruiting Experts when I started to get suspicious, so I just did a google search for their company name. Lo and behold, what do I find but immediately listed are two posts listing them as a scam. I kept listening to the interview and when they said there was a $297 dollar fee to join, I sent a chat message telling them I was out...that any REAL company would just hire us to work for them and wouldn't charge us anything. Naturally, I NEVER SAW MY CHAT POST GO INTO THE CHAT! I saw OTHER people typing whose chats never showed up. It was obvious that if you posted something they didn't like, no one else was going to see it. At that point, I just closed the window. I've come across other "opportunities" to work from home before that wanted a "fee" from the people looking for work. I ALWAYS google them before I do ANYTHING. If I see something negative, I usually boot them.

    Don't fall for this! I found these people in Indeed.com...a legitimate jobs board.

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  • Ka
    Katrena Marshall Aug 05, 2010

    I am definitely glad to have found this site of complaints against recruiting experts. I was just about to invest money that I really didn't have in hopes to earn money with recruiting experts. During the interview online, they make it seem as if, so many people are interested and actually, investing in the company, that you would believe that they are so they say they are.

    They even go to the extent of having people post that they have done adequate research on the company or that they may have a relative who is currently making money with the company, it is nearly believable!

    Please whatever you do, don't invest your money into some company, who does not have a physical address, and the only address they have is the one for IT support.

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  • Lo
    Louisiana225 Mar 16, 2010

    I'm glad to find this board. I have a "live" interiew with them today. I was suspcious to begin with when I had never heard of this company, of course I did find them on craigslist. I just search to do some research myself. Craigslist, I understand, are not responsible for scams and they do warn on the site, however, Scam artist should be banned or Craigslist will REally lose credibility.

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