- Report: #1065215
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Complaint Review: GTN Quotes
GTN QuotesSeattle, Washington Seattle, Washington USA
GTN Quotes Charlie Seneca (Manager), Laura Molino (Trainer), Linda Farnsworth (Scheduler) Deceptive Thieves Seattle Washington
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GTN Quotes misrepresented how they pay. They let you think that you are going to be making nine dollars an hour plus bonuses. But in fact you could work all day and not get one dime. They cheat you out of your time, money and energy. Charlie Seneca knows he is taking advantage of people who are desprate to work. His crew is very aware of it as well. In spite of the damage that they are doing to others they still continue to turn their heads and continue to effect others negatively. I worked for only five and half hours which included training and found out the next day that a friend who had worked for two week got paid a little over a hundred dollars after working eight hours a day. I was horrified. He was told that he was one their best workers and then they rip him off. People like this should be shut down.
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