• Report: #533166

Complaint Review: DKL Marketing

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  • Submitted: Thu, December 03, 2009
  • Updated: Mon, December 07, 2009

  • Reported By: Carolynn — Costa Mesa California United States of America
DKL Marketing
333 City Blvd Orange, California United States of America

DKL Marketing Marketing SCAM Orange, California

*Consumer Comment: dont get mad, get hired

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DKL Marketing Inc. contacted me via email stating after reviewing my resume they found I was a fit for a position and they wanted me to interview. That my application appeared to be a fit with their company.

What, when, where and how did I apply because I'm sorry I never applied for your company. If I had I would know what I applied for and no where in their email did they state the position details/description of their company or a website address!

I didn't apply for any position, and I couldn't respond to their original email because it was a non-working email address. I could only contact the HR Manager via phone, and the HR Manager Kimberly Talon, well the number went straight into a voice mail box. I didn't call around lunch or after hours and if the company was so eager to interview me, would they not supply a working email address to get an actual response from the candidate they were so eager to see!?

DKL Marketing is another one of the many companies preying on those of us that are ligitimately unemployed and need employment to keep a roof over their families heads. To actually feel viable in society again. DKL Marketing is just another frustration which those of us desperately seeking gainful employment are being contacted by and their wasting our time!

DKL Marketing STOP adding to our FRUSTRATIONS and WASTING OUR TIME. Stop gaining access to actual job sites where actual professional people are posting their resumes! Better yet, job boards stop allowing these kinds of organizations to review candidate contact information and keep these fraud companies off of your site posting areas.

What do people have to do to STOP being contacted by these "Recruiters" that are just making unemployed individuals, or new graduates spin their wheels in hopes to pay bills, student loans, stay afloat in life? CAN ANYONE TELL ME HOW THIS CAN BE STOPPED? I'd like to know, and I'd like to be contacted by viable potential employers! I'd like to regain my part in life as a professional with a career and be allowed to make a decent amount of money to exist in society.

Can our government stimulate these FRAUD companies out of business? That would sure help!

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#1 Consumer Comment

dont get mad, get hired

AUTHOR: GETTINGHIRED - (United States of America)

DKL Marketing Inc. also contacted me regarding an application and i can asure you that i DID apply for the job.  I too got an email from Kimberly Talon and I am very glad that I called.  Although i did have to leave a message on her voice mail, I received a call back that day with apologies for not being available earlier and after learning a little more about the company, set up an interview which turned out to be an individual sit down with a manager.

It is not uncommon in the true business world for HR Departments to have no reply emails and I myself have worked for companies where reaching someone in HR can be difficult, especially during a hiring process with so many unemployed workers right now.  I recommend leaving a message so at least you will have the opportunity to talk to someone if the position is real.

There may be 'recruiters' out there that need to be 'stopped' but DKL is not among them. 

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