The Princeton Executive Group
Robert Milgroom & Jeffery Shyne
600 N Pine Island Road - Suite 450
Plantation, Florida, 33324
First they will lure you in by acting as if they are particular about who they choose to be a client. Robert Milgroom and Jeff Shyne are more than happy to provide the look of a discerning and selective practice. Then after compliments, assuring statements of your ability to be sold with them behind you, and above all - your $6,000 being paid, you will see their attentiveness fade to nothing over time.
The Princeton Executive Group presents you with a payment plan that provides them $6,000 upfront, another large chunk of money on the backend, and a bonus if certain criteria are met. The scam is that they are presenting you with the lucrative backend compensation, trying to make you think that they will want to obtain it. However don't be deceived, they are only concerned with your $6,000 on the front end. Robert Milgroom and Jeff Shyne couldn't care any less about the time lines promised or back end compensation. They know it's not coming to them. You will have to fight for so much as a reply email or a call back shortly after they have your $6,000.
You will probably see Robert Milgroom post some sort of catchy marketing type of response as he did with the other reports that have been filed against him and The Princeton Executive Group, either Robert Milgroom or Jeff Shyne that is. Eventually people will take heed once enough people speak out though. Especially since most of their scammed clientele do find them via the internet. So many people desperately looking for employment who end up getting taken advantage of. You'll see postings on CareerBuilder, Hotjobs, 6figurejobs, etc. They post these job offers that make you think the opportunity is with them (behind you). To be honest, they have probably placed a few people I doubt in any kind of C-level positions but I'm sure they put a couple people to work back in the day. After all, when the job market was hot, a monkey slinging poo could place professionals. Unfortunately that's what we have here, MONKEYS SLINGING POO. I say this because what has ultimately developed here is a SCAM. There is no real service.
As for Robert Milgroom and Jeff Shyne, I doubt they set out to create a scam, however I may be wrong about that, but it is what has transpired and both of them are fully aware of it. I urge you to stay away. In their eyes and at this point in time, as long as it's raking in the dough for them they are running with it and collecting huge amounts of money from the hard working people LOOKING TO THEM FOR HELP! It's prolifically disgusting.
Here's the facts The reason I will not be posting my name on this article/report is solely because I don't want people to Google my name only to find out I was foolish enough to get scammed by these guys. The feeling is horrible. I speak from experience, in fact I urge you to call around to recruiters and ask about The Princeton Executive Group. I can tell you that I am a seasoned executive and not in any sort of financial or career trouble. I am also not the type that gets aggravated without some sort of righteous cause. My moves in life are well thought-out.
I've since placed myself professionally and went through the process of speaking to many recruiters all over Florida. I can tell you that when you ask about The Princeton Executive Group their response will one of two things - The first being a laugh in your face that you fell into that scam or the second never heard of them, how did it work out?. So you either have a shot at being laughed at OR proving that The Princeton Executive Group is not even a valid service since such qualified placement firms and/or executives haven't even heard of them.
Once you've paid the $6,000 both responses are hard to take. Hence, again why I am not posting my name here despite what Robert Milgroom or Jeff Shyne may post in response to this report, if anything at all. Hopefully they will just put their tail between their legs, polish up their own resumes, and go get an honest job.
I placed myself in a high level position after chasing Robert Milgroom, Jeff Shyne and my $6,000 for over 18 months and I did it in this horrible market. Which only tells you one thing: they take your money and run. They could have placed me if they were paying attention and spending resources on me. They weren't, they cared only about my $6,000, then hoped to pacify me enough until I went away or found a position myself. Make no mistake about it Robert Milgroom and Jeff Shyne know who I am despite what they may say in any sort of a rebuttal.
We've parted ways for now but I have a feeling the law may be creeping up on them. If enough people speak up that have been victims, I will be the first to retain legal services or participate in a class action again them. Lawyers please post a rebuttal or a note to this posting if you are formalizing a suit.
A Princeton Executively Scammed Executive