- Report: #764445
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Complaint Review: JPMManagement The Gold Resume Company
JPMManagement The Gold Resume Company900 Odgen Ave, Chicago Illinois Internet United States of America
JPMManagement The Gold Resume Company Tony N. Danucce, Chase, Anthony Danucci Fraudulent Liars posing as Executive Recruiters, Run away Quickly or $$$ is GONE BYE BYE Internet, Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Administration of the Court#884654512
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: Marvin Lee Capel CRIMINAL RECORDS #022-WRT309-11934!
*Author of original report: This Police Report is Fraudulent: I have no police record
*Author of original report: False Police Reports & Lies from JPM Management
*General Comment: Have read several now
*General Comment: what???
*Consumer Comment: One year later.....
*UPDATE Employee: MARVIN L CAPEL,We regret you were unfortunately turned down.
*UPDATE Employee: ACXIOM CRIMINAL RECORDS Investigation #022-WRT309-11934
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Next, I receive a listing of the insider listing employers, and most are missing contact names and titles. You are lied to by Chase(JPMManagement) they do not have employers exclusive listings as promised. The few names he provides are taken from a local Industrial Guide, that anyone can get online or at your local library. Next, the list I received for potential super high paying salaries, did not have one employer who was local, here in Illinois. They were from California, and other states. Also, I returned the resume , with a certified letter, telling him to refund my money, or I would contact the authorities. The resume was returned by the U.S. Post Office marked , return to sender, the company at 900 Odgen Avenue, Downers Grove, IL. 60515. THE GOLD RESUME .com is longer at this address. But he kept my $ 799.00 for an uneditable resume that I cannot use. He states that it was only after I gave my resume to a potential employer, who checked my references, at that time I decided to return the resume. The truth is, the resume is bad, and I did not want to give false or misleading information to a potential employer. He told my bank these lies to keep my money. Plus, everyone knows that your resume and your LINKEDIN Profile, with, resume must match exactly. I have recommendations from fellow employees and employers, who he cut out of my resume. Last, he (Chase) is an excellent con man, taking advantage of people who just want to find a good high paying job in these difficult times. Chase, Tony, Anthony , whoever, is a crook and a thief. I am reporting him to the Illinois Attorney General, and filing a IC3 report with the F.B.I. . You need a printed resume to send to your potential employers, whose names and titles, JPMmanagement has for you. Later you find out, that you will be doing all of the mailing and postage, and receive a listing that you could get from your local library. It's a do it yourself, employment scheme, It pays them tons of money. Remember, you pay only after , you find your own job. Their advertising states that they will do all of the work, lies. You will pay us handsomely, about 25 to 40%, of your salary. Finally, ask him for any of his promises in writing. Buyer beware, run as quick as you can, or your $$$ is gone BYE BYE Bye.
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