- Report: #982055
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Complaint Review: National Recruiters of America
National Recruiters of America13601 Preston Rd #400 Dallas, Texas United States of America
National Recruiters of America American Search Partners Sales scam. Offer to find no cost placement then ask for $3500-$4500 up front. Dallas, Texas
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I went on the first appointment and was treated as if I was an unqualified applicant. The representative that I met with explained that my resume is all wrong and needs alot of work (although my resume was designed and written by a professional placement service offered through the employer that laid me off). [continued below]....
I was contacted to come in the next week to meet with a "professional in my field" who will clearly define where I am in my career, what I'm looking for and a strategy to achieve it. When I came in, i was sat down for more than a hour listening to a pitch about how bad the market, how only 25% of the available jobs in the market are posted on job boards and then told that they can help me find placement quickly for a fee of $3500.00 for 1 year of their service or $4500.00 for 2 years.
I find it despicable that a company would prey on the unemployed and waste valuable time and resources with the job market and economy in the state that it is currently in.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/14/2012 10:26 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Recruiters-of-America/Dallas-Texas-75240/National-Recruiters-of-America-American-Search-Partners-Sales-scam-Offer-to-find-no-cost-982055. 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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