I worked for this company in their office in Orlando. At first I was unaware of the con, but after a few weeks of people calling to have the applications verified I started investigating into what their questions where about. Is this a scam, are the jobs real and why is their not any info about the company on the app.
First thing I looked at was other job boards, monster etc. When you fill that app out they state who the company is. Second was the jobs real. and NO they are not. And is this a scam. YES it is.
Here is how this scam works. You fill the app out and either call the number you are prompted to call or we get a text by cell. When you get a hold of the Verification specialist they start with opt in questions the first is do you have a computer with internet access, should set off a red flag because the only job i ever had that required that was this one, and if you answer no the call ends. Second opt in is Whats your highest level of education. No high school or GED, call ends. And the third opt in is do you plan on furthering your education again at some point. A no here will also end the call.
I am sure you noticed that 1.) They want you to have a internet connection at home. 2.) Want to possibly want to further education again. So why would a precreening company want that?
Because they want you to talk to an educational advisor to get info for online colleges. For every one person that agrees to call the advisor and qualified for the education info from them Career-Network gets 30.00 half going to the company and the other half to the Verification Specialist.
So If you fill out a job app and really want to go take online classes this is a great service for you. But if you fill out the app expecting to get employment sorry but jobs are fake.