- Report: #52156
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Complaint Review: Gordon Marketing K&M
Gordon Marketing K&M800 Enterprise Dr. Chicago, Illinois U.S.A.
K And M (under Granton Marketing)Gordon Marketing K&M Too good to be true? ripoff Hold Up Chicago Illinois
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Cringing at the thought of furthering your credit debt, and since you have barely any income as it is, you grab the resourceful employment guide. Which by the way ironically states is not responsible for fraudulent companies/advertisments. Makes you wonder huh?
So, while glancing for something to fit you the student, your are fixed upon a box bigger than the rest, discovering not only you'll bank 500-1000 dollars a week, but, they are "accepting students".
Luckily (...right) the company books an interview that afternoon, and despite arriving 45 minutes late to an office that doesn't even have a sign on the door naming the company) they take you, say your their "last" interviewee of the day and that night, recieve great first impressions (though you haven;t spoken more than five consecutive words), decisions are made, and they say they'll call you back that night to let you know if you can come back for a "second interview". While driving home, thinking of the call-back you may recieve, you have no clue what the company really does-except that it involves "print-promotion-advertising". Should you go for it? Or look for help?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/09/2003 12:30 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Gordon-Marketing-KM/Chicago-Illinois/K-And-M-under-Granton-MarketingGordon-Marketing-KM-Too-good-to-be-true-ripoff-Hold-Up-52156. 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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