- Report: #638382
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Complaint Review: 1st Security Preparation and Placement Review
1st Security Preparation and Placement Review250 West 40th Street New York, New York United States of America
1st Security Preparation and Placement Review First Security, First This company made me pay for training and never placed me at a job that matched the pay they guarenteed. New York, New York
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He DID say that if you wanted to save money you can take the fire guard preparation class at Pin Point Security in Staten Island for only $50 so I took the class and got the certification.
When it was time for placement I met with Mr. Geyers and he sent me to Cambridge Security ANOTHER agency, which unlike the "First" tells it how it is. The woman I spoke to at the interview told me that federal law applies the same minimum wage standards to security guards holding a fire guard permit, which is $7.25.
The classes are OVER PRICED.
The "career advisers" are just salesmen trying to take your money.
Don't go to first.
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