- Report: #1144356
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Complaint Review: Gulfstream TN
Gulfstream TNNationwide USA
Gulfstream TN Gulfstream TN is a scam Nationwide
*Author of original report: I filed the original report
*General Comment: Rip Off
*Consumer Comment: Dealing with the same issue
*Author of original report: reply
*General Comment: question
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Mike
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Gulfstream TN is an elaborate scam that advertises in Craigslist for job openings. They promote themselves as a foreign logistics company opening offices in the US and hiring "Project Assistants" to manage their accounts.
They put you through 4 weeks of online training and tests, promising to pay up to $3000 at the end of this training period. Two weeks in to the training program you are offered an opportunity to increase your income by buying some computers, phones and office equipment and have it shipped to their EU office, using none of your own money of course. Its a complete scam.
They list their office as 410 Park Ave, NYC but the building manager has never heard of them. The one shared office suite company on the 15th floor also has never heard of them. They never answer their phones but they will call you every once in a while to make it look legit, even calling from their UK "office". Apparently the building manager has received several calls like mine asking the same questions. I called and emailed Gulfstream for two days trying to reach someone for an explanation but got no return calls. In the meantime I kept receiving training materials like its on autopilot.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/06/2014 07:40 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Gulfstream-TN/nationwide/Gulfstream-TN-Gulfstream-TN-is-a-scam-Nationwide-1144356. 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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