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Complaint Review: 1st security preparation and placement

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  • Submitted: Fri, October 29, 2010
  • Updated: Fri, October 29, 2010

  • Reported By: robert — new york New York United States of America
1st security preparation and placement
250 west 40st 7th and 8th ave. 2nd floor new york, New York United States of America

1st security preparation and placement security's finness promise me a job for $18 an hour if i signed up for classes with them and i never got hired and i spent $698.00 new york, New York

*Consumer Comment: It never matters what anyone "says" or promises..

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I called for a security job and they instructed me that i needed training and come in with $80 when i got there they said i need $698.00 for training which i didn't have then i borrowed the money cause they guy said i would be working immediatly come to find out i didn't get any job after 15 interveiws because i didn't have a license i almost committed suicide went to therapy and finally was able to move on after that terrible ordeal i hate that place stay away word to the wise

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#1 Consumer Comment

It never matters what anyone "says" or promises..

AUTHOR: Ronny g - (USA)

..it only matters what is in writing. If this training program has any guarantee of job placement then you have grounds to file complaints. But I bet they do not offer any guarantee of a job..no one can these days..unless they are lying, or it is actually a job. All they can do is send you to interviews, if that.

I do not take lightly that this almost drove you to suicide and therapy..but millions of people a day have to go for job interviews and don't always get the job. Oh it can be discouraging, frustrating and upsetting, but if getting turned down for a job can effect you to this degree..perhaps it was better that you do not go into the security field. I don't know a lot about this "license"..is it a drivers license or do they require a specific type of license for these jobs? I know some students that do security part time at night and require no special license at all. Background screening and drug testing would seem logical, but unless the job is high security and/or require carrying a weapon, what license do you need? Can you get one if the job requires it? If not, why?

Now where there may be legal recourse you can pursue, is these places that advertise as a job or help wanted..and are nothing but training. You might want to look into that and notify the FTC if this is the case. I was a training coordinator at an accredited school for automotive electronics and audio engineering and was told that we can not advertise like that (this may vary by state law however)..it has to be very clear it is training only unless it actually guarantees a position upon graduation, in writing. What some "guy" said would never hold up in court. "Offering" job placement is not the same thing as guaranteeing a job, keep that in mind. Our school offered job placement but it was clear we did not guarantee anyone a job, only a degree and certification upon graduation..Hiring itself is always the decision of the employer.
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