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Texas Career Solutions review: Decieving Company 1

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The Business advertises a service that purportedly accesses a 'non advertised' job market. A resume and introduction letter is mailed to a business and within 72 hours you can expect a contact for interview from a company. In addition, the company provides a resume writing service that is included. The service (Concierge) also includes identification of a web site for postions. Prior to contract signing, it is sold as a proprietary web site. The problems are listed below: The letter campaign is blanketed without any filters. For example, letters were sent to Gentlemen's Clubs in Dallas, the Zoo, etc. With a resume summarizing financial services, the businesses were not a fit. After two mailings there has been no calls for interviews as sold by the Company. The majority of responses refers you to their web site. The purported proprietary web site is available through many other sites. The follow-up with positons identified through the purported proprietary job web site through the Concierge Service was only initiated after I requested status. I also requested to meet with the Concierge staff but was told they were off-site. It appears there is no Concierge Staff. Fortunately, the cost is only $900 and a percent of a signing bonus if exceed 10%. There are other companies like Chandler Hill that charges $11, 000 plus a percent of the salary. Although a less expensive approach, there is a misrepresentation.

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Ed Meaders
, US
Apr 26, 2017 11:54 pm EDT

This company does a great job selling their "so called" net work of contacts with hiring managers. All they do is send out your resume to companies you find yourself. Save your money!