• Report: #363418
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  • Submitted: Fri, August 15, 2008
  • Updated: Fri, August 15, 2008

  • Reported By:Denver Colorado
740 Bowman Road, Wichita Falls, TX 76308 Wichita Falls, Texas U.S.A.

AllYourFinance.net (William S Dwyer) AKA FinProducts.com This company offered me a false job. Wichita Falls Texas

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I applied for an Administrative Supervisor position listed on Craigslist.org in the Denver, CO area. A day or two later i received an email from HR Admin - William S Dwyer concerning a position with Allyourfinance.net. Included in the initial email was a link describing the position and another link for if I was interested in being considered for the position. The second link had a form to fill out which included my name, address, telephone number, and questions about when i would be able to work. I filled this form out even though I was wary about this job since I had never heard of the website and it being a work from home job that was paying $17.50 USD per hour plus benefits. The very next day I received another email from this William S Dwyer saying I was selected as a candidate for this position and would be on probation for 2 weeks. After the weeks I would be evaluated to see if I would become a permanent employee. During this 2 weeks I would be trained and paid the base pay of $17.50 USD per hour and possibly receive a bonus of $250 USD at the end of the two weeks. In the second email was a link to a Probation Period Policy that explained the probation which needed to be "signed" and dated at the bottom. At this point I wanted to find out more about this "company" before I accepted my probation offer, I previously tried to find info about this "company" but no real results were found when I searched the "company" on Google. I then looked on the Better Business Bureau website. On the BBB site I did find the company, but yet again no real information. There were no complaints about this "company" but it was also not an accredited business of the BBB. I understand computers more than the average person and found the site directory for Allyourfinance.net. Buried in this directory I found another Probation Period Policy for an Administrative Coordinator at a company FinProducts.com. I then searched for information about FinProducts.com, and found this was a scam website. These two sites are obviously connected and run by the same scammer. I unfortunately also found in this site directory agreements of hundreds of people who had already signed the Probation Period Policy for Allyourfinance.net. Please be aware this site is a scam and do not agree to anything!

Denver, Colorado

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/15/2008 05:39 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/allyourfinancenet/wichita-falls-texas-76308/allyourfinancenet-william-s-dwyer-aka-finproductscom-this-company-offered-me-a-false-j-363418. 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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