- Report: #105844
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Complaint Review: Carnegie Career Partners
Carnegie Career Partners1150 First Avenue King Of Prussia, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
Carnegie Career Partners - Bob Wolk - Barry Lane - Ken Johnson Scam and total ripoff with false claims and no results--All they do is take your money. King Of Prussia Pennsylvania
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I was a victim of this SCAM. I paid $6000 -up-front. I was promised a job. Little did I know that I was being taken in by crooks. The only thing that they are good at is separating people--like me--from my money.
What a slick trick--they were under so much trouble (with clients and the law), with so many investigations and so many law suits they just changes the name and hoped that unsuspecting people--like me-- would not notice.
I talked to the insiders--I could not believe what I was told. These employees did not even know that this change was coming. How can they claim to have upteen years of experience when they are just starting out. The fact is that they are still up to the same old tricks. They are now in total disarray-- they are completely disorganized--people are leaving in huge numbers.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/28/2004 07:40 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Carnegie-Career-Partners/King-Of-Prussia-Pennsylvania-19406/Carnegie-Career-Partners-Bob-Wolk-Barry-Lane-Ken-Johnson-Scam-and-total-ripoff-with-105844. 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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