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Complaint Review: 1st Security Preparation And Placement
1st Security Preparation And Placement250 W 40 st. New York, New York USA
1st Security Preparation And Placement 1st Security is a Rip Off New York New York
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I took my training in another security company, I receive my 8 hour and 16 hour certificate. They said they were going to give me a placement job, which I never got so i dont know if this company is a scam as well. Few weeks after 1st security called me saying i just had to pay 80 dollars for a job placement and my uniform included, when i went to my supposely interview they told me something way different. They told me I had to pay 399 dollars for my Fire Guard certificate, I declined it cause it was just too much, but the "supervisor" Mr.Santana said he can work out with me, he told me to give him a payment of 130 dollars for my NYS Security License and that he was going to do the process himself. I gave him my trust' he said he will call me back in January so i can do my fingerprints. The thing is he never called me, I never received my license, Ive been trying to get in contact with him but the phones are all disconnected and i want my money back.
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