- Report: #804101
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Contractual Security Service & Investigation (CSSI)
Contractual Security Service & Investigation (CSSI)8263 South Saginaw, Suite 5 Grand Blanc, Michigan United States of America
Contractual Security Service & Investigation (CSSI) John H. Wood, IV Security, Investigations, Oakland County Circuit Court, Lawsuit, Former Pontiac Police Officer Grand Blanc, Michigan
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Meat and Potatotes
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Meat and potatotes
*Consumer Comment: wow...
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: False information by a disgruntled former employee
*Author of original report: Contractual Security Services & Investigations
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Mr. Wood has a history which includes fellow officers not trusting him or wanting anything to do with him, numerous PPO's filed against him from former lovers, numerous lawsuits, and truly a classless individual who only cares about his own pocketbook. He had extra-marital affairs with his ex-best friend's wife, also known as Chasity Lambert. He has a temper and caviar taste but is either too cheap or lives above his means, with the latter being the conclusion of these authors.
This individual does not know how to successfully run a company. He is reactive and during his tirades of senselessness, acts extremely unprofessional and delusional. Recently, he had his brother-in-law Rick Zalewski draft a non-compete agreement for all of his current employees to sign. He is demanding that these 7 page documents be signed, although he is providing no other consideration of value for employees who have already been working for him for months and even years. The contract is therefore unenforceable and any intelligent individual would know this and see that this is another smoke and mirror tactic being done by the infamous John Wood Junior. He has threatened to fire employees who refuse to sign this non compete agreement, which is another tactic and invitation to sue. He has genuinely offered his brother-in-law Rick Zalewski to explain the contract to current employees of the company that refuse to sign, orally promising that certain clauses would not be enforced by John Wood Junior, CEO of this fine organization should voluntary termination happen in the future. Rick Zalewski doesn't even have a law degree. However, when asked to speak with the attorney that supposedly drafted the agreement, no invitation has been extended by either of these characters.
You have been warned and should consider this fine character crazed and delusional. He was ousted from the Police Department and should you ever hope to use his name to get out of a traffic ticket, it just may wind you up arrested and thrown in jail. :o)
Go to: http://www.oakgov.com/crts0004/main and enter Wood for his last name and John for the first name. Scroll to John H. Wood, John H. Wood IV, and John H. Wood III which is his father. Do your research and make your own conclusion.
Trust me when I say, this guy is trouble and bad news! Avoid like the plague.
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