- Report: #935095
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Complaint Review: OMNI FINANCIAL
OMNI FINANCIAL2300 5th Avenue VERO BEACH, Florida United States of America
OMNI FINANCIAL Unethical behavior, liars, corrupt VERO BEACH, Florida
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This company has a GREAT product assisting clients with there tax debt. It's a wonderful idea however the execution of this idea is VERY POOR. The GM Brittany C is a horrible person to lead the company. She is so concerned with making her friends (Team Manager we will call him GJC and Associate we will call her JMS) happy that she neglects the other employees in the company. The fact is GJC is the one running the company because what he ask for she makes sure he has. HE is the most corrupt person in the company.
Between his multiple sexual harassment complaints (one that is currently going on) and him FORCING Associates to collect on clients that are positive so he can hit he goal for the month its a wonder the company is having the problems that it is having. Change the management then you will see a change in the company. If you get a call from ANY manager at OMNI with the initials GJC don't believe a WORD he says he is slipperier then the mucus secretion under a snail. ASK FOR A copy of your BILL...
As an employee with Omni you start a training that is completely RUSHED. Your in a classroom with a trainer that you can tell they just threw in the position. In the class he teaches you how to alter an 8821 and 2848 legal documents signed by the different clients as well as some other key factors in working on client cases. Now in the classroom setting you would think that the trainer will take the time to truly teach you but the fact is if you don't get it. YOUR FIRED.
Now after a one week cram session they expect you to start your second week ready to go without many questions or mistakes. If you mess up on a letter or seem like you don't completely understand something your fired. It doesn't help that what you learned in training is COMPLETELY different from the work that's assigned to you. TURN OVER in this company is SO high but lucky the recruiter sets your expectations ahead of time.
I believe her comment to me was "When hiring I want to keep everyone but sometimes some of our candidates don't make it out of the training. Are you still interested in the position?" I appreciate her for that, she seems to be the only straight forward person in the company. After floating around from team to team I realized that this is not the company for me.
Associates are given a goal of 30,000 to collect from there clients a month. TO ALL CLIENTS ask for a print of your bill before paying anyone anything. I am sure you will find that you have a positive balance.
Though OMNI has some HORRIBLE people working for them they also have some very ethical people there as well its just the luck of the draw on who you are assigned to. The ones that do the right thing are over shadowed by the greed of the management staff.
Associates and managers are paid commission on the funds that you as the client pay. This is why they push so hard to get a payment from you. Again make sure you ask for a BILL before paying them.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/30/2012 08:18 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/OMNI-FINANCIAL/VERO-BEACH-Florida-32960/OMNI-FINANCIAL-Unethical-behavior-liars-corrupt-VERO-BEACH-Florida-935095. 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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