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  • Submitted: Fri, October 17, 2008
  • Updated: Sat, July 18, 2009

  • Reported By:Yuma Arizona
TNT Mgmt, C Taylor,TNT Casting, Emma Berry,Tina Norris, Fresh Faces Recruiting, CTA Event Staffing,
2643 Beaver Ave. Suite #346,Des Moines,Iowa,50310,1527 47th St. Des Moines,IA, 503 N. Weinbach Ave. Evansville,IN 47711 Nationwide U.S.A.

TNT Mgmt,C Taylor,TNT Casting,Emma Berry,Tina Norris,CTA Event Staffing,TNT Mgmt,C Taylor,TNT Casting,Emma Berry,Tina Norris,Fresh Faces Recruiting,CTA Event Staffing, Suspicious Brand Promotion Recruiting/Misrepresentation of Job & Possibly Clients....Warning Des Moines,IA, Evansville,IN Nationwide

*Consumer Comment: Steve Berry is not licensed in the state of Iowa

*Consumer Comment: WhO IS Steve Berry Tina??????

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Tina Norris, Racist?

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: TNT MGMT FIGHTS TO REGAIN REPUTATION AGAINST CYBER-BULLIES

*Consumer Comment: other reports on tina norris-eventspeak

*Consumer Comment: News article about Tina Norris TNT MGMT. Jane Doe warns others!

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Shocked in Des Moines - Writer who ha sno name

*Consumer Comment: funny how they claim to not be in cohoots with each other all these years, but they ARE

*Consumer Comment: HHMMMMM!!!!

*Consumer Comment: rebuttal to Tina Norris

*Consumer Comment: Support For Wide Eyed

*Consumer Comment: shocked! but not surprised!!! defense rebuttal for yuma!!!

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: TNT Management Rebuttal to NY Anonomous "You HAve Rights!"

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: TNT Management L.L.C. Official Business Response

*Consumer Comment: Wide Eyes, You do have rights!

*Consumer Comment: TNT MGMT GREAT COMPANY & STAFF!

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I responded to a Craigslist job opportunity in August 2008, it was for a Part Time Brand Ambassador (Demonstration/Sample/Sales) for Jamba Juice at a Local Grocery Store for $13 an hour on 8/16/2008.

Since I am qualified and like Jamba Juice I thought it would be fun & profitable to Nestle, the Grocery Store, & myself to apply,as I consider it fun work.

I followed the Requirements on Craigslist gigs-745530033 with my head shot & resume then Emma Bery, & Tina Norris of TNT Mnagement/Fresh Faces Recruiting replied with a Contract for me to sign.

The first thing I saw was an Age Limit of 20-40 Years of Age that was Not listed in the Ad I replied to + they also Increased my pay $15 an hour & would also give me first choice of doing 2 other events one for M & M's 8-23 in Phoenix & 9/13 Jamba Juice again in Phoenix or So. Cal at Safeway Store.

If you sign the Contract & if you canNot fulfill it you must contact the company via Phone Only, No E-Mail or you would be billed for the Agency's lost income & pay to ship back the event supplies.

I have Never heard of that before, but I have always been hired by the Company wanting to promote their products & they are not as fague in who,what where,when etc. .

I would never have wasted my time or theirs if they had listed it in the ad.
After I replied to Tina Norris Fresh Faces Recruiting Director/TNT Management that I could not sign it because I was not under 40 & that my out going personality,experience,dependability and ability to perform the task shouild be of more value and I am in better shape that people in that age group & sound younger too.

They responded that it was their Client (Nestle) that decides who to hire & the requirements, not them. I was dissappointed to hear Nestle would miss part of the largest buying market in Yuma with people over 40.
So I decided to contact Nestle & let them know what the marketing company was doing.
I was dissapponted, & so hurt to be disqualified for being Over 40 when it was not even a listed requirement.

Then about 2 weeks later I came across the e-mail again and it hurt a nerve again that I was too old...
I thought surely Nestle does not pay this company to represent them in this manner, or Nestle does not know how this company performs as their agent.
So I contacted Nestle Corporation, it took many hours & phone calls,as they are huge.

The HR dept called me back, asked for all my emails & had another HR dept on this coast call me who requested the same thing.

Then she did she claimed to not know anything about TNT Mgmt. or the Jamba Juice Brand Promotion.
If you read all the previous articles on the connection to these names & companies it is like a changing spider web of deceit.

Emma Berry, TNT Mgmt, TNT Casting, Tina Norris, Christina Norris Talent,
C Taylor Agency, CTA Event Staffing, Therese Canatese, Theresa Steele, Cori Cindas Consignments, Cori Cindas Productions, Miss Evansville Director.

In a previous report an ex employee of them stated that they had an "inside connection" to getting Corporations like Dove, Safeway, etc to hire them.

I am hopeing that if you respond to an ad that you will check this site first, so you don't fall into the web of people who did work for them.

Before You Apply For The Job - Maybe Contact The Client In Advance?

I don't think Nestle would want to be connected with these people after finding out how they have been promoted.

Nestle HR has recontacted me & is trying to find out if they have used these Companies & People then maybe they will be able to help stop these agencies from profiting at others expense?

Had I not re read the e-mail a second time & not been insulted again to the point of contacting Nestle, and gotten a response from them, then I would probably still be thinking bad of Nestle based on my experience with TNT Mgmt.

Everyone should take the time to follow up with a report when ripped off or wronged, I know it is a hassel, but I applaude all of your previous reports for wanting to help other people avoid the same fate.

Wide eyed
Yuma, Arizona
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/17/2008 03:31 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/TNT-Mgmt-C-TaylorTNT-Casting-Emma-BerryTina-Norris-Fresh-Faces-Recruiting-CTA-Event-Staffing/nationwide/TNT-MgmtC-TaylorTNT-CastingEmma-BerryTina-NorrisCTA-Event-StaffingTNT-MgmtC-Taylor-382310. 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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#1 Consumer Comment

Steve Berry is not licensed in the state of Iowa

AUTHOR: Victim - (U.S.A.)

Steve Berry is not licensed as a attorney in Iowa. After calling the board and contacting them about this, they then contacted me immediately by phone and email, the next day to fill out a form with the attached email that Tina Norris, TNT Management sent to Mr.Mrs.Alsidez. I also contacted the law firm above she listed as Steve Berry's law firm, problem was there was no MCINTOSH & GREEN law firm, they existed but as individuals, not a firm and both did not EVER know of a Steve Berry nor did a Steve Berry work for them. To false impersonate is bad but to do so in a legal stand point is very illegal. Guess they both like to impersonate or TRY to confuse or intimidate those who try to collect their money or have issues with her. Guess Tina Norris did not respond to the above because she was once again caught in another lie! This is all to common. Notice she has nothing to say about her Minnesota case? It went no-where. LOL!

HEY TINA OR SHOULD WE SAY JADE, IS STEVE BERRY LICENSED UNDER ANOTHER NAME IN IOWA? PLEASE CLARIFY!
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#2 Consumer Comment

WhO IS Steve Berry Tina??????

AUTHOR: John Doe - (U.S.A.)

Who is this Steve Berry that Tina Norris of TNT mentions in another posting?

Is he your attorney?

Just seen this on the rebuttal above. Is he still representing you Tina?

REFERENCE BELOW:

cc: Steve Berry
Attorney at Law
McIntosh & Green
801 Grand Avenue
Des Moines, Iowa 50311
--
Thank you,

Tina
TNT MGMT
1527 - 47th Street
Des Moines, Iowa 50311
PH: 515-745-8351
FAX: 515-255-9073
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#3 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Tina Norris, Racist?

AUTHOR: Lupe - (U.S.A.)

email she sent me:
Re: TNT MGMT Official Correspondence - Final Cease to Lupe AlsidezWednesday, March 18, 2009 3:11 PM
From: This sender is DomainKeys verified "TNT Management" Add sender to Contacts To: "Lupe Alsidez" Let me get this straight, you conspire with Molli Funk, Brianna Graham and Irena Murphy to destroy my business and reputation, threaten my life, harass me, and call me every name under the book, use profanity and Spanish words for "slut" - post this on websites, and have the audacity to e-mail ME, and say that I need to stop? Every one has pointed fingers at you - you will take the fall the hardest. Hire an attorney, get a court injunction, which is what a normal law abiding citizen would do, which is myself. Obviously your sub cultural human existence belongs behind bars. These methods and scare tactics are criminal - just like your police record. I'll call the detective at the San Antonio Police about this new e-mail.
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#4 REBUTTAL Owner of company

TNT MGMT FIGHTS TO REGAIN REPUTATION AGAINST CYBER-BULLIES

AUTHOR: Tina Norris/tnt Mgmt - (U.S.A.)

February 17, 2009
For Immediate release
TNT Management
Tina Norris - President


INTERNET STALKERS, CYBER-BULLYING AND HARASSMENT:
ONE BUSINESS-OWNER'S FIGHT TO REGAIN HER REPUTATION

While the Internet is wonderfully empowering, it does come with an onerous downside. In cases such as mine, that very downside may well be the empowerment of an individual. The advent of blogging, Internet forums and social media sites has made it possible for the first time in history for any individual to address a global audience. RipoffReport.com allows fraudulent and falsified negative postings by anonymous users with absolutely no accountability. This can be damaging if such an individual has it out for you, especially when this type of web content appears at the top of search engines.
The lack of journalistic oversight in blogs and social media, absence of editorial, moral and ethical accountability, the relative anonymity the Internet affords a malicious attacker, and the ease with which an attack against you can be widely and quickly disseminated exacerbate these problems. Whether it be a disgruntled employee, a customer who feels as if his or her problem was not resolved, or even an unethical competitor, malicious bad press brought my business to its knees. The damage done by one cyber-stalker is incalculable, devastating and quick. And the truth does not matter. Lies, exaggerations, half truths and malicious spins are all given a sense of legitimacy when they appear on search engine results pages.
My company, family and staff are victims of cyber-bullying. We have filed two lawsuits against our stalker, resulting in a permanent restraining order and out-of-court settlement. No "settlement, however, will ever give me back my good reputation. There are thousands more that fall victim to RipoffReport.com or ComplaintsBoard.com. Another site JuicyCampus.com is receiving widespread attention. It allows individuals to write sexually explicit stories about people they interact with at school. Unfortunately, I will live with these fraudulent reports attached to my name for the rest of my life. My goal is to support legislation to protect individuals from these malicious attacks.
Tina Norris
Des Moines, Iowa
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#5 Consumer Comment

other reports on tina norris-eventspeak

AUTHOR: Anonymous - (U.S.A.)

Re: Beware of TNT Casting/TNT Mgmt! ! ! #2
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just so you guys know that i'm not just a whiner with no cause, here's a FEW emails we have received abou these "companies":


I participated in the AXE Lab event on
November 10th. I still
haven't received payment. I sent a few emails
and called twice, but
did not receive a response.

This was the first demo I did for TNT. I
haven't been contacted
about other promos, except for Olay. Since it
was a long term weekend
event, and I am a makeup artist for two national
cosmetic lines most
weekends, I was unable to do the Olay promo.

Best regards,




I worked back in October and she never returned
my calls or emails. She
owes me about $300. It is the only time I have
been stiffed doing
promotions. Also the location that I went to was
about a 2 1/2 hour drive
away from me but I still thought it was worth it.
She offered to pay gas
money and everything.

Yes, I never got paid by Tina Norrris.

I recieved 2 of my 3 checks for one promotion and
was
told I'd be paid in the middle of January for my
other
one. I was told that Donna Groff Agency was in
charge
of the checks now. Of the two checks I recieved,
one
was from Tina Norris, one from Donna Groff. I
have
contacted Donna Groff Agency on several occasions
through email and phone and have recieved no
response
execpt that they will check on it; yet I never
hear
back from them. This has happened on 3 times now
I
believe. What have you been told?




I have not received a check from the AXE
promotion
last Aug nor a check for Sunsilk promotion.


Well, I got this letter from DGA/Diva Demos explaining that she'd been let go. Apparently she was really behind on paying everyone. If I were you, I definitely woudn't do any more promotionals. She kept claiming to have problems with paperwork and getting paid by the clients. The one paycheck I received from her personally was a personal check which didn't quite seem right to me. The other two checks I got from Diva Demos which was her former company. You'll probably have to deal with her personally though to get the checks she owes you since she hasn't been with Diva Demos since September. I don't know anyone else she hasn't paid because I don't really know anyone else that works for her. Good luck getting your money though, I'm still waiting on two checks from Diva Demos and who knows when I'll get them. I'm not doing promotionals for either of them now.


Yes, I didn't get any of my paychecks from the promotionals I did in August until the beginning of January and I'm still missing a check.

Posted on: 2007/3/5 14:34
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Lupe Beware of TNT Casting/TNT Mgmt! ! ! #3
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my wife and i have done work for this company, my wife did more than i have, she changed the rules several times in the emails about when we would get paid, it's been over four months since my wife did work for this person and she still hasn't gotten paid, we have constantly emailed about payment only to be told to quit "harassing" her about getting paid, don't work for her! don't! beware! we contacted the sunflower group to warn them about tina norriss and her so called company and this is the email sent to my wife from tina norriss:

You have broken the contract signed by you for TNT management and contacted an outside party regarding payment. SFG is not responsible for payment to you for the work completed on DOVE HBL. I DO NOT OWE YOU FOR USMP WORK OR C TAYLOR EVENTS.

In addition you are writing slanderous comments regarding myself and my company.

In a court of law, you are clearly in violation of defamation of character and slander plus breaking the agreement signed and dated by you.

I need to know how you plan to rectify the damage that you are creating for myself and my staff.

Once you write me back and tell me how you plan to e-mail all the people you are "talking" to with a statement of being wrong, and that TNT is not a "SCAM" agency, I will write your check less deduction of my time spent on Sunday that's owed to you for DOVE HBL.

I have copied AND CALLED my attorney on this letter and will wait for a reply TODAY.

In addition, if I lose the DOVE account because of you, and what you wrote, I will sue you and your family for loss of wages. This is a very large account for us, and my attorney will pursuit everything that you own and your current wages owed from ever agency you have ever worked for. In addition, I will garnish wages from your employers FOR LIFE and contact your employers and show them what you have done.

There are laws in the United States that protect businesses from people such as yourself who fail to read agreements, fail to follow contractual obligations and break written documents.

I need to hear in writing from you today that you are going to write back to SFG NOW that this is a mistake, and you are going to retract all written SCAM notices to your other people, and you will be paid for DOVE. Not until then. If this does not happen, I will file a lawsuit at 8am tomorrow am in the POLK COUNTY COURT HOUSE again you and your husband for slander, defamation of character, stress, loss of wages, and you will pay for this.

Once you have completed this, and th echeck is cashed by you, I will not jhesitate to sue you if you EVER contact me or my family again.

I look forward to seeing your corrected correspondence e-mails today, if not, I will see you in Des Moines, in court.


cc: Steve Berry
Attorney at Law
McIntosh & Green
801 Grand Avenue
Des Moines, Iowa 50311
--
Thank you,

Tina
TNT MGMT
1527 - 47th Street
Des Moines, Iowa 50311
PH: 515-745-8351
FAX: 515-255-9073

Posted on: 2007/3/5 0:44
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Lupe Re: C Taylor Agency hasn't paid their bill #4
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we did call sunflower and they would not talk to us, also, they emailed tina norriss from tnt mgmt telling her that we emailed her and she has thus told us that we are not getting paid for any work we did for her and that she is suing me and my family for everything we have, for life, like i said, she is in cahoots with c taylor somehow, tina told us to contact c taylor for payment when we were not contacted by c taylor about working the promotion we did.
STAY CLEAR OF EITHER "AGENCY"

Posted on: 2007/3/5 0:37
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Lupe Re: C Taylor Agency hasn't paid their bill #5
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well, they are somehow in cahoots with tnt casting/mgmt, whatever their name is, my wife and i were hired by tnt and supposedly they were hired by c taylor agency, and tnt has thus told us that we must seek payment from c taylor, and just recently we were told that we were harassing her and her employees when we emailed about payment, tnt has also told us that since we inquired about payment from sunflower that she would be suing us for garnishing of our wages FOR LIFE!
lol
you guys/gals steer clear of both these corrupt "agencies"

Posted on: 2007/3/4 22:03
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Lupe Re: C Taylor Agency hasn't paid their bill #6
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what CAN we do, cause we worked for her AND tnt casting and can't seem to get paid from either one! i was told to quit harassing her!

Can we do something to get paid?

Posted on: 2007/3/1 3:09
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News article about Tina Norris TNT MGMT. Jane Doe warns others!

AUTHOR: Anonymous - (U.S.A.)

Mystery online attacker bedevils Des Moines company

Source: DesMoinesRegister
Date: 08/11/08
By: Jeff Eckhoff
Link: http://www.desmoinesregister.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080...



Officials of a Des Moines company that supplies models and product demonstrators
for nationwide promotional events claim that a mysterious Internet poster has
cost them $500,000 in business with negative comments and allegations over the
past two years.

But they aren't sure whom to sue.

"We don't know her name, and we don't know her physical address," said Robert
Holliday, an attorney for TNT Management. "I've been a lawyer for a long time.
This is the weirdest thing I've ever seen."

An expert says such situations have exploded over the past decade as Internet
traffic migrated from large, content-policing Internet portals such as
CompuServe and America Online to a slew of smaller providers.

"It's always been possible to sue someone who is slamming you, but what you have
is a right without a remedy," said Michael Fertik, a Harvard University law
graduate who founded ReputationDefender.com to help victims of cyber-libel fight
back.

"You've got a right to information that the Web site is not obligated to keep,"
he said. "And it may take you two years of legal proceedings to get this
information. By then, your company's out of business."

TNT officials say they have been plagued by anonymous comments from "John Doe
and/or Jane Doe" on Craigslist and other Web sites that allege the models it
hired routinely have problems getting paid.

Court papers say the online attacks have been perpetrated by someone in
Minnesota with the e-mail address Stephybaby1985@yahoo.com. Court battles in
four states over efforts to unlock the poster's identity culminated last month
at a hearing in which the unnamed woman was questioned by telephone.

The 21-year-old college student, when contacted by e-mail by The Des Moines
Register, said she was a former model whose online criticisms of TNT were
accurate and defensible. She did not confirm her real name.

"I don't think they're actually going to sue me for anything," she said.
"They're just mad at me for trying to get my money. ... It's just more of their
bullying."

Holliday denied the alleged nonpayment.

"We will find this person, and we will give her an opportunity in a court of law
to prove that," he said.

Court papers say the anonymous comments posted on TNT help-wanted ads and
industry bulletin boards have made it difficult for the company to do business.
TNT also blames the woman for repeatedly "flagging" its Craigslist ads under a
process that automatically leads to their removal after a certain number of
complaints.

Documents say that TNT was forced to advertise jobs without using the company
name, and that would-be business partners backed out when they learned of
previous criticism.

In another prominent Internet case, a federal judge in Connecticut recently
rejected pleas by "John Doe 21" that he be allowed to remain anonymous in a
lawsuit filed by two female Yale University students. The women alleged that
they were harassed over a two years by postings on AutoAdmit.com that purported
to describe their sexual history and encouraged posters to stalk one of the
women with a cell phone camera.

The woman connected to Stephybaby1985@yahoo .com, who said she is a Marine
officer candidate, said her postings about TNT Management were intended to warn
the public about unsavory business practices.

"Other promo models need to know that this company is doing this, and they need
to protect themselves," she said. "Independent contractors aren't protected by
labor laws in the United States. The only way to protect yourself from companies
like this is just to not work for them."

The woman lost a bid to keep her identity secret. Iowa District Judge Eliza
Ovrom recently ordered two Internet companies and the U.S. Postal Service to
turn over information that should identify her.

Privacy concerns "cannot shield a person from the consequences of allegedly
tortious conduct," Ovrom wrote. "A person allegedly making false comments such
as those involved here cannot expect to remain anonymous indefinitely."

Holliday, TNT's attorney, hopes it's the first step to erase the damage, or at
least stop its spread.

"The Internet is a wonderful thing if it's used properly," he said. "But if you
want to cause somebody some problems and hide, that's the way to do it. That's
really not what it was intended to do."

More Press
Mystery online attacker bedevils Des Moines company
Anonymous negative comments have effected the revenue of a Des Moines company.

Source: DesMoinesRegister
Date: 08/11/08

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#7 REBUTTAL Owner of company

Shocked in Des Moines - Writer who ha sno name

AUTHOR: Tina Norris/tnt Mgmt - (U.S.A.)

Shocked in Des Moines,

I would propose a meeting to resolve this. I would be willing to meet with you face to face to understand your views. I value your experience and industry knowledge.

Call me.


TNT Management
President: Tina Norris
515-255-9073
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#8 Consumer Comment

funny how they claim to not be in cohoots with each other all these years, but they ARE

AUTHOR: Lupe - (U.S.A.)

both these women and their so called companies are bad, spread the word and put them out of business

From: This sender is DomainKeys verified "steele theresa" Add sender to Contacts To: "Lupe Alsidez" The company that Tina USED to do business with did dissolve. We, however, still work with her all the time. What about the Lay's potato chip and the Baby Einstein jobs? Kits for those jobs were sent to you, as well. You were also sent kits for Folger's Gourmet coffee. Please send all that paperwork to TNT or to us ASAP.Thanks!Theresa
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#9 Consumer Comment

HHMMMMM!!!!

AUTHOR: Shocked! - (U.S.A.)

good point cali.....

seems like cats got tnts tounge!!! LOL!!!!

btw....

has anyone been able to find the hidden story on tnt management in the des moines register??? has anyone found the link?????


HMMMM...

prob good for public to know ALL the facts....
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rebuttal to Tina Norris

AUTHOR: Anonymous - (U.S.A.)

You are wrong Tina Norris. I was not giving legal advise. Maybe you should comprehend what you are reading next time. I clearly told her to to get a employment attorney. So let me guess from this statement that I comprehend as threatening to sue me for my opinion OR siding with Wide eyed, that it might be costly mistake? The only story that has more holes than Swiss Cheese is your story. I know in New York to be a booking agent or talent agent you TNT must be licensed and bonded. What is your license number? And your license number must be posted on all your advertisements for talent as well as the other states you clearly book talent in. My rebuttal to your below comment. Sounds as if someone is sue happy.

To encourage an individual to file suit or claims against a company with inaccurate information or sound legal advice places you in a situation of being liable for a law-suit. What if you encouraged Julie to file suit, she spent thousands of reonw money to file against TNT Management, and she would lose based on the LAWS that govern agencies due to your 'encouragement.' This is a costly mistake for you to support.
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#11 Consumer Comment

Support For Wide Eyed

AUTHOR: Tweeter - (U.S.A.)

After reading Tina Norris' rebuttal I can see why you are having so much trouble with this company. The rebuttal is poorly written and strays from the facts so drastically and erratically that one can not determine exactly what she is trying to say. These are my assumptions from reading this report.

1. Who is the minor that she is trying to intimidate you with civil rights violations? Sounds like she's pulling that one out of thin air. Assuming all correspondence with TNT was done by e-mail or phone there is no way to determine who or who is not a minor! If you don't want a high school student involved then don't let her handle any of the contracts or correspondence. I agree with Shocked...they sound sue happy to me too and are only trying to intimidate you.

2. If Tina would like to be better understood she should just address the issue that you would have never gotten your hopes up for the sales position if their age limit qualification for the job was clearly defined in their Craigs List ad. I think they don't say the age qualifications because they want to bait in as many people as possible.

3. As I understand in your report, you were awarded a contract at an increased wage which, I can only assume, was due to your experience level and now she states in her rebuttal (to clear her name) that your experience is novice. If your experience is so lacking, why would they offer you more money than stated in their initial ad?

4. She did not address the issue of age in their ad, only states the regulations where she thinks she has every right to discriminate you because of your age. The anonymous consumer comment that states your rights as an employee has good information for you on how to follow up on this company's discrimination policies. To assign you a contract and get your hopes up and then take it away because of your age when not specifically stating all the facts in their ad at the onset is at the very least false advertising.

5. In searching RipOffs I see there is a complaint here where TNT had a client who couldn't find out where the job was at, no address was provided and when she couldn't find the place she was fined for a no show and they wanted the merchandise sent back at her expense!

Now you know you are better off not getting involved with this company. If this is the way that they take criticism you would find it impossible to work with people like this.

Thank-you for reporting this company so more people won't fall prey to their business practices.

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#12 Consumer Comment

shocked! but not surprised!!! defense rebuttal for yuma!!!

AUTHOR: Shocked! - (U.S.A.)

dear yuma,

so sorry to hear this has happened to you! like the "completely legal" supporter who sent out a rebuttal in your defense, i can see where you have been bullied,intimidated, and threatened with "CRAP" its just rediculous and shows the "true" professionalism of this "business" owner, its obvious!!! seems there is none!!! in my opinion, this company is not acting professional and seems to not care at all making comments that your badgering a minor???? my guess is this is an employee in their "business" and you had no idea of the age of the person sending you a fax!!! LOL....your simply responding to the information given to you. its also funny the owner of this company throws out threats and a bunch of jibberish to make you feel bad!!! just relax.....their making a name for themselves on rip off thats for sure!!!! as for the other company listed, i dont know much as to why you were given that other companies name and info. obviously you were or why would she bring it up only to contradict she is somehow affiliated with this other company???? very confusing!!! but again, relax! this companies actions(tnt mngt.) are speaking LOUDER THAN WORDS!!! dont recall you making any threats and rediculous disrespectful remarks towards this company, just exercising your legal rights as a consumer and individual! again, no nasty threats or unprofessional comments from you....just them making them towards you.....THE PUBLIC!!!!! misinformed or not....you, nor does anyone, deserve to be talked to like this from a "person" claiming to BE "professional" also, so that you dont feel isolated, if you research this other company she so desperately wants nothing to do with, the remarks are very similiar.....not that im stating the companies are in any way tied to each other in any way...but they are very similiar.......your not alone in having been bullied by a person of a business less than professional! again, rip off report is solely for consumers who "feel" they have been wronged.....they are "free" to do that!!!!! also, it is "free" for non related individuals to post a response to a report!!!
so,
my response is for you in yuma, "I" feel you have been wronged, and if only in the nasty, disrespectful response from this business owner....thats the "legal truth" sounds as if the business owner is "sue-happy" LOL!!!!!!!!
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#13 REBUTTAL Owner of company

TNT Management Rebuttal to NY Anonomous "You HAve Rights!"

AUTHOR: Tina Norris/tnt Mgmt - (U.S.A.)

Dear Anonymous in NY

You are WRONG!

Read supporting documentation to help further educate you on how a Talent Agency screens or hires candidates - Please note paragraph 2, sentence #2:

A talent agent, or booking agent, is a person who finds jobs for actors, musicians, models, and other people in various entertainment businesses. Agents make their money by taking a percentage of the money that their client is paid. There are different regulations that govern different types of agents that are established by artist's unions and the legal jurisdiction in which the agent operates. There are also professional organizations that license talent agencies.

An agent has two sets of clients: the "talent" (actors, models, voice-over artists, etc) and the "buyer". The buyer can be a casting director, advertising agency, production company, photographer, or direct client if the client has an "in-house" production staff. Agents promote talent to the buyers, submitting talent that have the appropriate age, race, sex, look, talent, etc. that the buyer is seeking for his/her project. Usually, an agent submits the actor's head shot or the model's composite card or portfolio to the buyer. After buyer make choices, the agent then arranges an audition (or for models, a "go-see" or open call). After the buyer has met the talent, the buyer will contact the agent if any of the talent will be hired. The agent will coordinate the details of wardrobe, directions, etc as well as negotiate the contract or pay.

Note that the agent's job is to get the talent auditions; the talent is the only one who can get the job. For their work, agents take a 10 to 20% commission of the gross, depending if the job is union (such as SAG-AFTRA) or not. Union jobs are paid per negotiated guidelines, but sometimes in non-union jobs the pay is delayed.
A well established agent will have a number of contacts.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF HOW THE LAW EVOLVED
The reason this strict law developed, being centered here and the California legislature's historic concern for the welfare of the artists in those industries. California has a specific Talent Agency Act. The original law developed out of the 1913 Private Employment Agencies Law, which included specific regulation of theatrical employment agencies and theatrical contracts. In 1923 that was amended to allow the Labor Commissioner to make rules and regulations, and gave the Labor Commissioner initial jurisdiction to hear and determine all controversies, subject to appeal to the Superior Court on a trial de novo (new trial) basis. Since then, the California Labor Commissioner's office has been heavily involved in the licensing and regulation of talent agencies. In 1937 the Private Employment Law was incorporated into the California Labor Code and in 1943 "Artists' Managers" became a separate category for regulation. In 1959 the "Artists' Managers Act" became its own separate Chapter of the Labor Code. This reflected the growing awareness by the legislature that the business of procuring employment in the entertainment industry, as the industry itself, is different and in many ways more complex than the business of normal employment agencies. The growing confusion over who and what to regulate in the entertainment industry was fueled by the development of the "personal manager" profession, which as the term implies, often finds this kind of manager personally involved in all aspects of the artists' career, including (and not the least important to the artist) the procurement of a record contract. In part to avoid the growing confusion of terms between the "personal managers" and the employment or "talent" agents, the "Artists' Managers Act" evolved into the "Talent Agency Act" in 1978, and the old "Artists' Managers" started being referred to as "Talent Agencies". The legislature was struggling with the distinction between a "talent agency", engaged "in the occupation of procuring, offering, promising or attempting to procure employment or engagements for an artist or artists" and who "may, in addition, counsel or direct artists in the development of their professional careers", and those strictly "personal managers" who may counsel and direct artists and do a lot of other things but who are not supposed to deal with employment, unless they become a licensed "talent agent".

To encourage an individual to file suit or claims against a company with inaccurate information or sound legal advice places you in a situation of being liable for a law-suit. What if you encouraged Julie to file suit, she spent thousands of reonw money to file against TNT Management, and she would lose based on the LAWS that govern agencies due to your "encouragement." This is a costly mistake for you to support.

FACT FIND FIRST BEFORE FILING REPORTS.

ISSUE #2:
TNT Management, L.L.C. is incorporated in the state of Iowa.
490DLC-000354444
TNT Management is owned and operated by Tina Norris. No other company name, business or individual has the rights to claim ownership or use this company business name in any form of advertising, promotional or written format without my consent. You, and many others, have taken a legally filed business name and "changed" the owners and business listing without my consent. CTaylor Agency, CTA Events, Theresa Cantanese is a SEPARATE business, not united, not legally franchised, not affiliated nor in partnership or any way connected through TNT Management L.L.C. Verify your facts through state records FIRST before filing false complaints. The name has not changed, the owner (myself) has never changed and the business has existed 15 years with an impeccable reputation. To be in business, especially in this volatile industry 15 years speaks volumes.

THIRD: By law, a valid, legal complaint should filed against a company. You have filed a complaint against individuals, specifically a p/t staff employee that is a MINOR. There are laws for all businesses and laws through-out the United States that protect employees of companies from being liable for individual complaints such as yours. In addition, to exploit a minor in this manner and name this individual in your complaint has violated HER civil rights. She is in High School! Your complaint is and will be dealt with through the owner (myself) and through the corporation of TNT Management L.L.C. Involvement of TNT Management staff names and identities for you to exploit for personal satisfaction or vindictive measures is strictly prohibited.

There are so many holes on your rebuttal it's like swiss cheese. I find it difficult to believe you "anonymous" are from NYC especially given the size of the entertainment business in NYC. It's #2 in the world, full of agents, actors and managers - I would have thought for sure you would have better or more concrete suggestions than what is posted. Taking an educated and expereinced "guess," this complaint sounds as though it's been written by a college student, in the Midwest.
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#14 REBUTTAL Owner of company

TNT Management L.L.C. Official Business Response

AUTHOR: Tina Norris/tnt Mgmt - (U.S.A.)

Dear Wide Eyed in Yuma,

For the record, I did attempt to contact you to resolve this issue prior to you filing this complaint. In addition, I personally apologized for the misunderstanding, and left the door open to you to contact TNT Management in an effort to explain how our industry, specifically Talent Agencies & Management companies, recruit, screen and hire qualified talent in promotional positions for our clients.

First and foremost: TNT Management, L.L.C. is incorporated in the state of Iowa.
490DLC-000354444

TNT Management is owned and operated by Tina Norris. No other company name, business or individual has the right to claim ownership or use this company business name in any form of advertising, promotional or written format without my consent. You, and many others, have taken a legally filed business name and "changed" the owners and business listing without my knowledge or authorization. CTaylor Agency, CTA Events, Theresa Cantanese is SEPARATE business, not united, not legally franchised, not affiliated nor in partnership or any way connected with TNT Management L.L.C. Verify your facts through state records FIRST before filing false complaints. The name has not changed, the owner (myself) has never changed and the business has existed for 15 years with an impeccable reputation. To be in business, especially in this volitile industry for 15 years, speaks volumes.

Second: By law, a valid, legal complaint should be filed against a company. You have filed a complaint against individuals, specifically a p/t staff employee that is a MINOR. There are laws for all businesses that protect employees of companies from being liable for individual complaints such as yours. In addition, to exploit a minor in this mannner and name this individual in your complaint has violated HER civil rights. She is in High School! Your complaint will be dealt with through the owner (myself) and through the corporation of TNT Management L.L.C. Involvement of TNT Management staff names and indentities for you to exploit for personal satisfaction or vindictive measures is strictly prohibited.

Third Issue the recruitment ad: "We are currently searching for professional brand ambassadors who have experience working in store promotions. This is a fun event to help promote a new juice that runs on 8/16/08 from 10am-4pm in well known grocery chain. You will be responsible for passing out samples and coupons while reciting features and benefits of the new product to shoppers in the store. Attire for this event will be khaki pants, white top, black shoes, and an apron and visor that will be provided. If you are interested please submit 1 current headshot and resume as an attachment. No links to websites please. Once you information has been received correctly we will provide you with a list of stores available in your area."

This ad specifically states "experienced and professional BA's." Your resume does not match the skills necessary to complete the assignment. You have no in-store experience, no BA knowledge, no previous debit card history, no IVR check in, reporting or paperwork understanding. This TNT Manangement internal correspondence, private casting notice (NOT CONTRACT - our company does not contract talent, we offer agreements per assignment) was e-mailed to you with the specific terms: "Once this notice has been received, I will confirm you with assignment details: Store#, city, w-9 form and service agreement for payment processing." You were never hired. No contract was provided to you for work. I will restate the above statement again by pointing out the business communication is through TNT Management solely.

I, Tina Norris, never had the opportunity to interview you, or hire you for this position due to the fact that the casting notice was e-mailed and you went directly to the client and this site. The RED FLAG here is the fact that you are inexperienced with how the talent industry, the management laws or how agencies operate. The screening process of hiring is the heart of this industry and my right as the owner. I have the authority, expertise and industry experience to screen and hire the BEST candidate possible for each assignment. Let me be very clear, EXPERIENCE BRAND AMBASSADORSand PROFESSIONALISM were the FIRST points in both external recruiting ads and internal agency correspondence. You clearly misrepresented yourself by responding to this advertisement based on your resume and work history qualifications. No instore work, No BA experience. Our compan yspecifically places these words in our recruitment ad to avoid this exact problem. If you mail your resume to a Doctor's office, do you expect to be hired if you've never worked in a Doctor's Office before? Surely you understand given your experience and age that not everyone is hired for each position, and that 5 talent may apply, however only 1 person is hired?

Have you researched other talent agencies, or companies that specifically hire BA's in your state or in the United States to verify that this is Standard Operating Procedures before filing this compaint? I'll be more than happy to provide you a list of names and number of experienced professional agencies that operate under the exact same guidelines. Again, your resume reflects no agency relationships which takes me back to not being experienced. There was no way for staff memebers to verify your work history or call agencies for a reference becasue you don't have one listed.

In addition, we staffed over 800 qualified talent for this event, all of which have been paid. To write this was not a legitimate ad is FALSE.

Fourth: NOTICE: This e-mail and any files transmitted with it are confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you are not the intended recipient or the person responsible for delivering the e-mail to the intended recipient, be advised that you have received this e-mail in error and that any use, dissemination, forwarding, printing, or copying of this e-mail is strictly prohibited. If you have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender at tina.tntmgmt@gmail.com.

You forwarded a private, internal, legitimate TNT Management casting correspondence to Nestle Corporation. You violated the disclaimer and breached the confidentiality of this buisiness transaction. Again, laws are set forth to protect companies from having issues stemming from correspondence being communicated to outside parties. I question your motive$ being honorable and wonder why you neglected my written e-mail to resolve this.

I'm going to step up to the plate and be a better person by helping you understand the industry of promotional modeling and event staffing. Research that perhaps you should have done before writing this complaint. Through education, and good communication, hopefully another talent agency and corporation will not fall victim to your complaints.

Starting with:
http://www.amazon.com/Talent-Management-Handbook-Organizational-Identifying/dp/0071414347

Talent agent:
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A talent agent, or booking agent, is a person who finds jobs for actors, musicians, models, and other people in various entertainment businesses. Agents make their money by taking a percentage of the money that their client is paid. There are different regulations that govern different types of agents that are established by artist's unions and the legal jurisdiction in which the agent operates. There are also professional organizations that license talent agencies.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF HOW THE LAW EVOLVED
The reason this strict law developed, being centered here and the California legislature's historic concern for the welfare of the artists in those industries. California has a specific Talent Agency Act. The original law developed out of the 1913 Private Employment Agencies Law, which included specific regulation of theatrical employment agencies and theatrical contracts. In 1923 that was amended to allow the Labor Commissioner to make rules and regulations, and gave the Labor Commissioner initial jurisdiction to hear and determine all controversies, subject to appeal to the Superior Court on a trial de novo (new trial) basis. Since then, the California Labor Commissioner's office has been heavily involved in the licensing and regulation of talent agencies. In 1937 the Private Employment Law was incorporated into the California Labor Code and in 1943 "Artists' Managers" became a separate category for regulation. In 1959 the "Artists' Managers Act" became its own separate Chapter of the Labor Code. This reflected the growing awareness by the legislature that the business of procuring employment in the entertainment industry, as the industry itself, is different and in many ways more complex than the business of normal employment agencies. The growing confusion over who and what to regulate in the entertainment industry was fueled by the development of the "personal manager" profession, which as the term implies, often finds this kind of manager personally involved in all aspects of the artists' career, including (and not the least important to the artist) the procurement of a record contract. In part to avoid the growing confusion of terms between the "personal managers" and the employment or "talent" agents, the "Artists' Managers Act" evolved into the "Talent Agency Act" in 1978, and the old "Artists' Managers" started being referred to as "Talent Agencies". The legislature was struggling with the distinction between a "talent agency", engaged "in the occupation of procuring, offering, promising or attempting to procure employment or engagements for an artist or artists" and who "may, in addition, counsel or direct artists in the development of their professional careers", and those strictly "personal managers" who may counsel and direct artists and do a lot of other things but who are not supposed to deal with employment, unless they become a licensed "talent agent".

The bottom line is this: before you take a reputable business to task, spend your time doing a little research. This report is full of bogus and false complaints starting with the business name. Understand corporation and business laws. Research and fact find through outside buisiness parties. Spend time thoroughly reviewing documents and ask questions. Work the issue out with the company first! The internet has proven to be a valuable tool for positive gain worldwide when used properly; however, when used improperly it can be a very damaging and expensive lesson.
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#15 Consumer Comment

Wide Eyes, You do have rights!

AUTHOR: Anonymous - (U.S.A.)

Dont let the post from Monica fool you. From your complaint it clearly shows you are a professional with solid grounds for a complaint.

Be glad you were not hired. Look at the level of class & professionalism that work for TNT from Monica's comment above. Is this the type of people you would like to work with? Monica, you have alot of room to talk about others on the job. From the sounds of you, you dont have such a great attitude yourself!

If I were you I would contact a employment lawyer immediately. There are rules & regulations in ANY employment agency regardless if you are a employee or a Independent contractor. Companies I know have been sued over this. Please see below. Alot of attorney's work for commission only on issues such as this, so dont let that intimidate you, they get a certain percentage of what they file for. So they generally go for the maxium amounts. No out of pocket for you. I would talk to a attorney Now! Your were not asked to be a model. You were asked to do a promotion. Good Luck and keep us all posted. The information below is for standard employment. There are laws to protect Independent contractors rights. Hey, if a customer can sue McDonalds for hot coffee, then why could you not sue for age discrimination in the promotional field. It has been done before.


Age Discrimination at Work
Workers should get and keep jobs based on their ability, not age. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) protects people age 40 and over from employment discrimination based on age. The law says that an employer may not fire, refuse to hire, or treat you differently than other employees because of your age.

Have any of these things ever happened to you?

The employer wanted a younger-looking person to do the job so you weren't hired.
First, your boss wouldn't let you take some training courses. Then you got a poor job evaluation because you weren't "flexible" in taking on new assignments.
Money was tight, so your boss fired you in order to keep younger workers who are paid less.
Your employer gave you undeserved poor performance evaluations and then used your "record" of poor performance to justify firing or demoting you.
Your boss turned you down for a promotion. Instead, he hired someone from the outside who was younger because the company says it "needs new blood."
If you answered "yes" to any of these, you may be a victim of age discrimination.

Age Discrimination in Employment Act
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) is your first defense against age discrimination. There has to be a lawful reason - not connected to age - for almost all employment decisions.

Who Is Covered by the ADEA?

The law covers workers and job applicants age 40 and over.
The ADEA applies to employers with 20 or more employees. This includes local and state governments and the federal government. It also includes employment agencies and labor unions.
The ADEA does not apply to independent contractors or elected officials. It does not usually cover police and fire workers, certain federal employees in air traffic control or law enforcement, or certain highly paid executives. While persons in these positions could be retired on a mandatory basis, they cannot be denied a promotion or training base on age.
There are exceptions to the ADEA when age is a necessary part of a job. For example, an employer can hire a young person to play the role of a 12-year-old in a play.
Most states have anti-age discrimination laws that apply to employers with fewer than 20 employees.
What does the ADEA forbid?
Job ads or recruitment materials cannot mention age or say that a certain age is preferred.
Programs cannot set age limits for their trainees.
Age can not be a factor in making any decisions about workers. This includes decisions about hiring, pay, promotions, or layoffs.
Employers cannot take action against workers who file a charge of age discrimination or who participate in any ADEA process.
With a few exceptions, employers cannot force employees to retire at a certain age.
Employers may offer voluntary early retirement without violating the ADEA. However, these offers often require employees to give up their right to make a claim under the ADEA. That requirement may be legal, but only if it follows strict rules. Get expert advice before you sign anything.

What to Do
If you feel you've been discriminated against on the job, talk to your employer to see if you can resolve the matter.

If you can't resolve the matter, you have the right to file a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). This is the federal agency in charge of enforcing the ADEA.

There are very strict periods for filing a charge. The EEOC can help you only if you keep to all the time requirements. Usually, you must file your charge within 180 days after the alleged act of discrimination. It is best to act as soon as you suspect discrimination.

Call the EEOC at 1-800-669-4000 or go to www.eeoc.gov to find out where the closest EEOC field office is. They can transfer you to that office. Get details on exactly what you have to do to file a charge.

You can file your charge in person, by mail, or by phone. Your EEOC field office will tell you if you should also file a charge with your state anti-discrimination agency.

It is up to you to gather all the documents that support your charge. The EEOC, or a private lawyer, can tell you what to provide.

If you can, it is best to file in person. In any case, get a date or time-stamped receipt for everything that you submit.

If you file a charge with the EEOC:

The EEOC notifies the company that a charge of discrimination has been filed against them.
The EEOC makes the decision to investigate the charge immediately or to proceed with a fact-finding process.
During the fact-finding process, EEOC asks both parties for supporting documentation about the alleged discrimination.
In the meantime, the EEOC attempts to resolve the problem between the employee and the employer through mediation. It uses a neutral third person to assist you and your employer settle a charge of discrimination. Mediation is voluntary and confidential. You do not lose any rights when you agree to try mediation.
If no agreement is reached in the fact-finding process, the EEOC will decide whether to investigate the case further, to consider it for legal action, or to close the case.
Employees Can Go to Court

Most charges filed with the EEOC are investigated and dismissed. Very few proceed to a court case. However, if the EEOC does not resolve your charge, it is your right to sue on your own. The time limits for this are also very strict. Typically, you have 90 days from receiving notice that the EEOC has terminated its proceedings.

Litigation takes a great deal of commitment, time, and money. It can take an emotional and personal toll on you and your family. Before you decide to file a lawsuit or not, discuss these concerns with your lawyer and your family.

Do Your Research before Acting
AARP Foundation Litigation may be able to represent older workers who need legal help with age discrimination. A main requirement is that the problem affects both you and many other older people. In this way, AARP can have a large impact on problems affecting older workers.

The National Employment Lawyers Association is a nonprofit, professional membership organization of 3,000 lawyers. They represent employees in employment matters.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has information for employees on federal laws that prohibit job discrimination. They also show how to use mediation and how to file a complaint.

AARP Resources
Age Discrimination Quiz
Take this quick true-false quiz to test what you know about your rights.

Boomers Discover Age Bias
AARP explains the increase in age bias complaints.

Another Way for Employees to Win AARP advises caution when you're asked to sign away your rights to sue an employer for discrimination.

Simple Justice
See what a record-setting age discrimination settlement could mean in your workplace.

AARP Litigation - How We Can Help You
If you need legal help, check here to see if AARP may be able to represent you.

AARP Volunteer Legal Review Program If you think you're a victim of age discrimination, send a detailed letter to P.O. Box 50228-MO3, Washington, DC 20091-0228 (or email to litigation@aarp.org). A volunteer attorney can assess your case. For an online copy of AARP's booklet "Age Discrimination on the Job" (D12386), go to www.aarp.org/litigation/publications.html. For a hard copy, email member@aarp.org with name and stock number.

Additional Resources
National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) Find NELA lawyers in your state.

Age Discrimination
From Workplace Fairness, the education arm of the National Employment Lawyers Association. Details on all aspects of age discrimination and how to fight it.

Minimum Number of Employees Needed to File a State Claim
Click on your state to see which employers are covered by state anti-age discrimination laws.

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Understand the ADEA and other employment laws. See what the EEOC does to protect you.

How To File a Charge of Discrimination With the EEOC

EEOC Field Offices Find the EEOC Field Office that will help you
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#16 Consumer Comment

TNT MGMT GREAT COMPANY & STAFF!

AUTHOR: Anonymous - (U.S.A.)

YUMA "Complainer,"

You sound old, bitter, angry and not pleasant at all to work with. I don't blame TNT MGMT for not hiring you, it reads like you have issues with your age. I would not welcome working a store with your, in fact, I myslef have dealt with older BA's while at work who are irratble, not friendly and down right mean.

I'm not too sure that you are helping your generation by issuing this statetement against TNT MGMT, you may be reinforcing the the reasons for agencies and clients to hire younger BA's beacause of your actions.

I have worked for TNT MGMT nearly 7 years, have been paid every time, and absolutely love the work assignements and staff at her agency. The last job I executed was an outdoor event, for female actors aged 20 - 35 and male actors aged 40+, that's what agencies are hired to do, screen specific indiviudals to meet client qualifications. Nothing new since the turn of the century, except to you.

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