- Report: #1108008
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Unbounded Solutions, Inc
Unbounded Solutions, Inc2002 Summit Blvd #700 Atlanta, Georgia USA
Unbounded Solutions, Inc is cheating its employees, vendors, and clients Atlanta Georgia
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Stay away from them, they are very deceptive
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Not All Bad, But Far From Good
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: How they Profit through Lies
*Consumer Suggestion: This report is 100% accurate
*UPDATE Employee: Not what I experienced at all
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This company is a fraud and will lie it's way into the pockets of its clients. Each step of their business model requires some sort of spun statement or absolute deceit.
They recruit up-and-coming IT programmers through false statements or partial truths then lock them into a two year contract promising "free" training and opportunities on the job market. Once you're in and you sign your life away (including a non-disclosure agreement threatening lawsuits if you talk), you begin training and the company puts on a false image of happiness and money.
During training, the company has its sales employees fraudulently act as you (saying your name, education, etc) to possible employers and vendors who need similar services. The biggest issue is falsifying the consultant's resume adding major clients (some Fortune500) and senior positions so that they can request more money from the potential client. They force all consultants to remember their new resume information and be able to recall dates, locations, co-workers, etc that they have added to this falsehood. When interviews are requested, a different person from Unbounded's technical department take the interview for you which makes you look better than you actually are. Now that "you" have won the position, the company fabricates the entire interview to the consultant in training, making them believe they actually just took the interview over the phone with the client.
Once you've gotten your new position, the company encourages lying to everyone you meet there to keep up the persona that you're a well-experienced developer and inform you that if you don't really "believe" in the lies put on your resume that you'll be fired or let go by the new employer. Unbounded also lets you know that if you don't complete two years for them that they'll hold you financially responsible for training at an uncalculated fee of $20,000.
While on project, Unbounded assists each consultant by enforcing project managers and technical support on you. This is because any time that a consultant cannot complete their task, the tech support team will do it for you to ensure that Unbounded can keep billing the client. This cycle just continues because none of the consultants that Unbounded hire are actual experts. Some (if not most) are college grads or adults with little experience coding.
I had to report this entire enterprise as these other companies are giving hard-earned money to Unbounded Solutions for quality when all they're getting in return are lies. The employees of Unbounded are threatened with NDA's not to talk about their ethics and their consultants are exploited, terrified to reveal the truth to anyone.
Someone please report this so the nice people working there can rid themselves of these uppermanagement sharks that eat all the money these people had to lie for.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/18/2013 12:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Unbounded-Solutions-Inc/Atlanta-Georgia-30319/Unbounded-Solutions-Inc-is-cheating-its-employees-vendors-and-clients-Atlanta-Georgia-1108008. 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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