In August of 2017, I responded to a posting for a job interview with Rickenbacker Collections. I went to an interview, and had a really positive interview with the floor manager. She then sent me to the back, to interview with another manager. I was hired on, and they set my initial training as starting on 25 August.
I was to have one week of in class training, and another week of training on the phones.
Long story short, the first week of the training went really well. I performed well on the tests, answered every question they asked during the discussions, etc. However, at the end of the week of academic training, I was given my final check and told that the job was not going to be a good fit!
How can they determine this strictly from a week of academic training? They didn't even give us a chance to get on the phones!
I know that things are tight, but anyone in the South Bay who is looking for work--PLEASE LOOK ELSEWHERE!
I owned a vehicle previously which was sold 5 years ago. I recently began receiving harassing calls from...
When I tried calling this company regarding a form that I received in the mail stating that I had a car that had been towed and impounding and that there was an outstanding balance after they had auctioned off the car that they were trying to collect from me. I tried to explain to them that I had traded that car in on oct 15 2005 and that all of the towing and impounding was done after that date that it was not my responsibility and that I was not going to pay for it. They told me that I had to prove to them that I had traded the car in. I sent them the trade discloser form time and time again and they still called and harassed me even put the collections on my credit report. This is the worst company that I have ever dealt with.