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Complaint Review: Al Bennett Automotive Consulting
Al Bennett Automotive ConsultingAntioch, California United States of America
Al Bennett Automotive Consulting Al Bennett Promised a job with Ford motor company, scammed 400$ for a consultation fee with no refund. Antioch, California
At the end of the second day of training Mr. Bennett revealed that to pass\certify the students for the job training that there would be a $399 fee assessed for his consultation services. He pitches this to his students as a 90 day commitment to the dealership we would be working for and that upon 90 days of employment that the fee would be returned to you.
On the third day also considered the graduation day, all the students interviewed with the dealerships owner Chuck McVay. Some students didn't make it and were not offered jobs. I was one of the students not offered a job because neither Chuck McVay nor Al Bennett actually took the time to review any information included within the employment application.
Mr. Bennett has a slick demeanor and leaves his students in a cloud of confusion. He refuses to honor a refund because he offers lifetime placement assistance or so he says. What good is that to me if I never qualified to work for an auto dealership?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/08/2012 09:58 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Al-Bennett-Automotive-Consulting/Antioch-California-94509/Al-Bennett-Automotive-Consulting-Al-Bennett-Promised-a-job-with-Ford-motor-company-scamme-952301. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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