- Report: #1168226
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A Second Chance1109 Lexington Avenue new york, New York USA
A Second Chance Unprofessional owners new york New York
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I was interviewed twice and was offered a job position at this store as a part-time employee at the start date of July 10th, 2014. I was emailed my offer letter by the owner, Nick Ridolfi, offering me the position with the deadline to have it signed and sent by July 7th, 2014, which I met. They asked if I was currently employed, I said yes, but I'm ready to leave with the appropriate notice. I accepted the job and submitted my resignation to my previous employer. Morning of July 7th (four days before I start my new job and my last day of my former job), I received an email from Mr. Ridolfi stating that they are withdrawing their offer for the Sales Associate position. As a direct result of this unfortunate circumstance I am now without any job or means of income whatsoever.
When I confroted the owner, he was rude and completely unempathetic. I was then unprofessionaly escorted by the security guard to leave the store.
This store has been in business since the nineties and made a business decision as if they were in business just a week. I would never shop let alone work with such an unprofessional and rude company.
SHOP AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/07/2014 03:26 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/A-Second-Chance/new-york-New-York-10075/A-Second-Chance-Unprofessional-owners-new-york-New-York-1168226. 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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