Watch out for this company!!! Princeton Executive Group (PEG) is a rip-off and a fraud. I don't know how this people can sleep at night knowing what they are doing to others. DO YOUR RESEARCH ABOUT THIS COMPANY AND FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF!!! Check out Broward County's Better Business Bureau for a full list of complaints, search internet blogs, etc. If you think I am lying search these sites for yourself. So many people cannot be wrong!! You are better off dealing directly with the head hunters or better yet, posting your resume at Monster.com!!
What they sell you in their already well rehersed interview presentation does not come even close to their actual service / delivery / performance. They sell you their full access to the key decision makers at leading South Florida companies at a high price (usually b/w $4,000 to $10K). This is all "BS". They only have a data base of businesses that you can actually search for yourself on the internet. The only service they provide is re-writing your resume and mass mailing it to everyone. You even have to do the call backs yourself!! This is not worth $6K !!! You can do that yourself!! Once you pay they take refuge in that you signed a non-refundable contract with you (they know the wording of this contract by hart - see previous complaints on this website). Thus, if they don't deliver they think they do not have to pay you back. They have this scam all too well under control and very well managed. They also know that for the amount of money you paid them ($6K avg.) you are not going to hire a lawyer for PEG's breach of contract because it could actually cost you more to try to get your money back. Also, since you hired PEG to remain confidential in your job search, you will expose yourself to your current employer (or future employers) through a litigation. Thus, most people do not take this matter further and PEG goes home with YOUR MONEY in their pocket.
The worst part is their name has carried so much bad rep in the local executive search industry that most companies will not deal with you when they receive your "introduction letter" through PEG. They see you as another deadbeat who took PEG's bait and will not take you seriously. Don't waste your money!!!!!
I am sure you will soon see a response below from PEG's president, Robert Migroom, trying to protect the image of his business. He will make legal threats, that he takes these accusations seriously and that they will conact the approriate authorities to report these "false complaints". At the end, he knows that more people are learning about his scam and that his racketeering days are numbered.
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Delray Beach, Florida