Report: #348216

Complaint Review: Career Network, Inc.

  • Submitted: Mon, July 07, 2008
  • Updated: Mon, February 09, 2009
  • Reported By: Jacksonville Florida
  • Career Network, Inc.
    P.O. Box 618305, Orlando, Florida 32861-8305

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I received an email stating that I met initial requirements for a position in which I had applied.....Well problem is that I applied for a position through i legitimate web site & got this b.s. email. I was applying for jobs through

The email is as follows:

Our records indicate that you applied for the Shipping and Receiving Clerk position at Image-Employment . We have received your application and feel you meet the initial requirements for the position. I would like to recommend you as a qualified candidate.

Please visit our website at the following address if you are still interested in being considered for this position:

The first page of the application will include a login prompt. Use the following to log in:

Password: mathews

After you have logged into the site you will be asked to review and verify the information that we currently have on record. We may require additional information from you in order to more rapidly make a final hiring decision. After a final review of your completed application we will contact you directly.

Larry Minnetti Human Resources

Career Network, Inc.
P.O. Box 618305
Orlando, Florida 32861-8305

When I go to that link, I don't get the log-in screen... Instead I get a search for Career Network. I thought it was me, but then I did a search online and didn't find anything regarding this company.....Hope nobody else falls into this!

Jacksonville, Florida
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#1 Consumer Comment

Yeah the Same happened I got an Email from Career Network, Inc.

AUTHOR: Solraci - (U.S.A.)

Danielle your supposed to click the link and put the user name they give you and the the pasword on the top of that search page they give you.I filled for a security job. I did it and they kept asking stange questions like trying to get me to sign up for a school and trying to get me to sign up for a company to help my debt weird things like that. Asking for my cell phone carrier, and my reference's emails. I filled out all the information, and i didnt see this website till after i filled out the application. I did a yahoo seach of the address and company name and this page showed up. Hopefully they dont sell my information or anything like that . I read the last reponse from Greatesthitz and checked out the link and am a bit scared right now.
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#2 Consumer Comment

Is this the same company?

AUTHOR: Greatesthitz - (U.S.A.)

Is this the same company that was part of the federal lawsuit?

"Indiana Company Agrees to Settle Charges of Misrepresenting Availability of U.S. Postal Service and Government Jobs"

Link to article:
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#3 UPDATE Employee

We're sorry you feel our recruitment services are questionable, allow me to explain how we operate

AUTHOR: Career Network - (U.S.A.)

I'm sorry that you feel our recruitment practices are questionable. I'm sure this is only due to a misunderstanding of us and our business. Allow me to clear up any confusion by explaining who we are and what it is we exactly do.

Career Network is a new job board that is free to use by both job seekers and employers. Currently, there are thousands of jobs throughout the country available for application on our network of employment sites. We actively market those opportunities to individuals who have previously expressed interest in receiving employment offers. This works as a benefit for our corporate clients as we actively reach hundreds of potential applicants who had not previously been introduced to the opportunity through traditional job ads.

To keep our services free to both job seekers and employers we do offer advertising verticals on the site. However they are completely voluntary and do not in any way affect job seekers' consideration for the listed employment opportunities. We act only as an intermediary between the applicants and the hiring companies, and do not interfere with the delivery of submitted resumes for any reason. To do so would jeopardize our relationships not only with our corporate clients but our advertising partners as well.

Let me assure you that nothing will be done with your personal information that you do not expressly authorize. Foremost, since you are applying for a position, your resume will be transmitted to the employer who will then consider you for a job based solely on your skills and education. Beyond that, we will only connect you with our promotional partners if you agree to it during the application process.

I hope this clears up any confusion you may have regarding our Web site and our recruitment services. Please feel free to contact us with any further issues or suggestions at
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#4 Consumer Comment

Job Applicants can get ripped off on too and it just started!

AUTHOR: Helene - (U.S.A.)

That isn't the only place you can get ripped off if you are looking for a job.

I graduate next year so I started looking for work and had a great office job that would help me finance phase two of my career plan and what did I see but receptionist jobs in Austin,Texas ( in case I want to go back) that paid $51,000 to $75,000 but listed NO employer.

Based on my past experiences in Austin,Texas, I KNEW there were NO jobs that paid like that unless it was a call girl or escort racket or something like that...
You can bet it was going to be something more than just answering the phone, doing some full charge bookkeeping, signing for packages, making sure the copies and the coffee get made, the travel plans are made, etc. & etc.

For this, they usually allow a maximum of $11-$12 AN HOUR WITH NO BENEFITS!

As this economy gets worse, I am afraid that the EMPLOYMENT SCAMS will get as bad as they were back in 2000!

Here we go again, folks! It is going to be a long, bad ride...
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