- Report: #1027096
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Complaint Review: NHE CERTIFICATION/JOB E-mails are Bogus!
NHE CERTIFICATION/JOB E-mails are Bogus!Internet United States of America
NHE CERTIFICATION/JOB E-mails are Bogus! NHE Health and Fitness Professional Certification Programs is BOGUS NHE CERTIFICATION/JOB E-mails are Bogus!............NHE Health and Fitness Professional Certification Programs is BOGUS! Internet
*Consumer Comment: I agree, this post is a waste of time.
*General Comment: NHE
*Consumer Comment: Cheating scams the client because you have a fake credential that you didn't earn.
*Consumer Comment: Wow! This takes balls.
*Consumer Comment: Study Guide Scam
*Consumer Comment: WTF? What did you buy?
*Consumer Comment: Much todo about nothing...
*Consumer Comment: Report is waste of time!
*Consumer Comment: This is the dumbest complaint I've read thus far.
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>This so-called company (www.NHEcertification.com) must be a bogus one that just steals your info such as e-mail, name, phone, resume etc, for their own profit and for flooding you with spams.
>Their website looks fake and doesn't give much info.
>When you call them, there is no live person to speak with, and it asks you to enter an extension to leave a message.
>If you leave messages, your messages will never be returned (either by e-mail or by phone).
>You may hope that if you don't have an extension, you will be transferred to a live person? WRONG! If you don't have an extension, your call will be transferred to another voice mail box which requires you to leave your info. If you leave a message there, again they won't return your call! (Then why the hell do they ask for my info?)
>I received an e-mail from this so-called company (!?) saying that they had got my resume through monster. com and that they are very interested in my knowledge and experience. In the e-mail, I was asked to contact them which I did (and gave them some more info on myself, which I shouldn't have), both by e-mailing and by calling and left them messages and my contact info to contact me back. To my surprise, they never contacted me!
>The other strange thing is that they keep e-mailing me the exact same e-mail over and over (spam?) with the exact wording. It is a generic e-mail with my name on top of it and it is a pure lie.
I just added them to my spam folder.
If they are not bogus (which I doubt), then they must be very unprofessional which means I wouldn't ever work for them.
>Just ask yourselves this question: "Why are there so many complains, vague and ambiguous issues around this so-called company?
>Now judge for yourselves whether there is something fishy and phony going on there.
>I spent some time to contact them to no avail. WHAT A WASTE OF TIME!
I hope some authorities will bust them and give them what they deserve, JAIL AND PENALTY.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/11/2013 03:18 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NHE-CERTIFICATIONJOB-E-mails-are-Bogus/internet/NHE-CERTIFICATIONJOB-E-mails-are-Bogus-NHE-Health-and-Fitness-Professional-Certification-1027096. 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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