- Report: #1043238
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Complaint Review: CGC TECHNOLOGIES
CGC TECHNOLOGIES912 thayer ave suite 105 silver spring, Maryland United States of America
CGC TECHNOLOGIES Colin Courten, and Mark Clements colin courten is the manager and marl clements is his " side kick " they scam people by having you work for 2 weeks and fire you for no reason and will not pay you and if you get lucky to get a check silver spring, Maryland
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If you are a female and attractive Mark Clements will continue to charm and hire you on the spot or ask you to come in for a training day where you come in for a few hours and work just on commission during this time Colin Courten is no where to be found Mark will order pizza hut for lunch for you and hi and charm threw out the day going threw numerous smoke breaks if you smoke. You will sign papers that look ok the next day and start calling numerous numbers asking businesses if they would like a free network audit if they have 5 computers or more. your pay will be 10 an hr plus 10 each appointment you set mon-fri 8:30-5:30 You go threw out the 2 weeks and if you set an appointment you think that's commission right?
Sooo wrong you only get your commission if the company decides to stay with CGC Oh and mark clements will tell you that your pay day is the 1st and 15th of every month but colin courten will tell you your pay days are the 15th and 30th of every month ( a way to prolong because in all actuality the company is broke and colin walks around as if he has money but truly has big money issues he is a walking fraud Your at your 2 weeks or you did really good and got them business and you lasted 3 weeks mark clements will send you an email saying your fired for a bogus reason and you will chase after your check right?
You will have to physically go up there to catch colin and confront him while he will still give you petty excuses If you get lucky the check you get will have no money in the account and the wells fargo bank around the corner will know why you look fustrated and will tell you they always have problems with colin courten because all his checks are bad and you need to report him they know him to the point they know what he drives to his clothes more than one outfit! This company currently owes me 1800 dollars and colin courten said if I ever call or come up there he will call the police because i slammed his door and he feels salty about it. I took my claim to the board of labor and am in the process of a law suit.
It has truly been stressful because I never been threw this in my life and the fact that colin courten thinks I'm going to leave 1800 to the side is a joke. I truly urge you to stay away from this company and after I'm done with them I highly doubt they will still be running. I have numerous witness including myself and it goes to show that CGC TECHNOLOGIES is a scam! When I reported them to the labor nd board they also had 2 prior addresses but there current address which is 912 thayer ave suite 105 silver spring md is not listed which is another red flag why so many locations and don't list the new address? STAY AWAY from CGC technologies I can only imagine what there poor clients indulge in and I am speaking from an employee stand point!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/14/2013 08:20 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/CGC-TECHNOLOGIES/silver-spring-Maryland-/CGC-TECHNOLOGIES-Colin-Courten-and-Mark-Clements-colin-courten-is-the-manager-and-marl-cl-1043238. 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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