- Report: #927630
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Complaint Review: NTB
NTB700 nw englewood rd kansas city, Missouri United States of America
NTB national tire and battery assult, thieft, employee abuse kansas city , Missouri
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I was talked down too told to sell junk parts that didnt even last their warrenty time and had my chair taken away and put in the trash. tools that the company bought were trashed as well, all because of this power trip mr. neal reno was on. he allowed a employee to steal from the company for years, doing cash tickets and pocket the money. ( justin is the person i'm reffering to). i reported him to HR and nothing happened. ntb/tbc corp is a company that doesnt back there own employees up when a problem like this happens. I am in the process of talking to a lawyer to find out what my rights are. i would ask anyone else that has been miss treated like this with this company to step forward. I got to my limit when having some a*s hole put his hands on me and push me around like he owns the place. i got fired after i asked for a transfer because Neal reno thought i could get him in trouble and i reported him and nothing happend.
This company has people representing them that steal, cheat, assult others without reporting anything, people that have drug problems still working for them, employees that abuse customer cars. and i was sick of it. so contact me if you have anything else to add please
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/15/2012 10:40 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NTB/kansas-city-Missouri-64118/NTB-national-tire-and-battery-assult-thieft-employee-abuse-kansas-city-Missouri-927630. 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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