- Report: #412572
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Complaint Review: Ed Wozniak - Nashville Professional Search
Ed Wozniak - Nashville Professional Search5141 Virginia Way, Suite 250 Brentwood, Tennessee U.S.A.
Ed Wozniak - Nashville Professional Search - Richard Leipzig Tranforming American back in business Brentwood Tennessee
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I was initially assigned to a counselor named LaTashia but after two visits I have been informed that she is no longer with the company and my new counselor is now a man named Tom Ackley, a retired Wisconsin Chief of Police. I guess that was either supposed to make me feel comfortable with the whole situation but it backfired because it only made me start wondering about the whole organization and how an ex-chief of police was qualified to help me find a job.
I later found out from a staffing agency about this company's reputation. The initial problem I encountered was when I Googled them there is nothing (except their website) listed under Nashville Professional Search so they seemed legitimate.
I have called Ed Wozniak and informed him that I am filing a complaint with TN Consumer Affairs, Better Business Bureau and will be filing a Small Claims Lawsuit and offered him the opportunity to refund my money and I will not pursue any further. So far there is no contact from them.
The forms are all ready to go.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/15/2009 04:38 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ed-Wozniak-Nashville-Professional-Search/Brentwood-Tennessee-37027/Ed-Wozniak-Nashville-Professional-Search-Richard-Leipzig-Tranforming-American-back-in-412572. 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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