- Report: #1115390
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Complaint Review: Touch Managment Group
Touch Managment Group14330 Midway Rd Suite 235 Dallas, Texas USA
Touch Managment Group Jonathan Clarke Scam for New Graduates for Entry Level Positions Dallas Texas
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This company posts ads on sites like career builder, saying they have 8 opening for entry level jobs in; Marketing, Sales, Customer Service, etc. After you apply you will get a call automaticall the next day from their secretary who reads a script and says that your resume has been "reviewed" and we would like you to come in for an interview, "dress to impress". You will have an "interview" that in reality is the owner giving a pitch about this no frills organization. Latter that same day you will be called and told you have been selected for a second interview.
This is not an interview at all, instead you volunteer to work for them for free for the day(and sign a waiver that says you are not an employee and entitled to no pay). This organization has ties to the former New Line Managment of Addison, which supposedly was shut down by the Distrtict Attorney, and had ties to credit card miss use, and worst of all identy theft of employees. THIS IS A SCAM. STAY AWAY. Jonathan Clarke is likely an alias, and has been running these types of outfits for over a decade. DO NOT APPLY!!!-
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/14/2014 10:55 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Touch-Managment-Group/Dallas-Texas-75244/Touch-Managment-Group-Jonathan-Clarke-Scam-for-New-Graduates-for-Entry-Level-Positions-Da-1115390. 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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