• Report: #382651
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Career Network, Inc.

  • Submitted: Sun, October 19, 2008
  • Updated: Sun, October 19, 2008

  • Reported By:Bradenton Florida
Career Network, Inc.
PO BOX 618305 Orlando, Florida U.S.A.

Career Network, Inc.; Cadmium Careers; Curium Employment employment scam Orlando Florida

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Confirming that on the same day this week, I received two solicitations via e-mail from Career Network, Inc. under two different employment headers. One from CADMIUM CAREERS and the other from CURIUM EMPLOYMENT. Both on-line ads have the same format. Both under Career Network, which only has a PO Box address. Their contact and terms and conditions tabs do not give you any way to contact them except by their submissions script page. They verfer to a my on-line resume in very ambiguous terms and suggest they have a client that has a suitable opportunity (see text below). They invite you to apply and then take you to a screen to give your information. However, they require you to give phone and cell phone information but also require youto tell them who your phone carrier is. There is something definetly wrong with that. Career Network may be telling you in rebuttals that they are just a friendly pass along service but they are doing something with your information. Don't be fooled!

Lastly, their ad also wants you to check a box for more educational information, once you accept, you are now asked additional personal information to route you to three university choices, which now gets you solicitations from the colleges to join their career track programs.

Dear Wayne,

I'm looking for a qualified candidate to fill a Dispatcher job opportunity with one of my top clients. I believe you might be a perfect fit. Your previous experience in the civil field listed on your electronic resume is just what my client is seeking. I would like to invite you to apply for the position. Some information regarding the opening is provided.


Excellent Income with long term career growth

Candidates should be self starters with a desire to grow within their field. For more information about this opportunity or to apply, please click on the link provided. You will be given specific details about the position, including responsibilities and perks. If the link doesn't work, please access the site by copying the link and pasting it into another browser.

http://mycadmiumcareers.com/cmanager2.aspx? (specifics deleted)

Please allow three days for our human resources department to contact you regarding your application and to set up an interview.

Brittany Harmon
Sr. Recruiter, HR Division

Bradenton, Florida

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/19/2008 06:38 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/career-network-inc/orlando-florida-32861-8305/career-network-inc-cadmium-careers-curium-employment-employment-scam-orlando-florida-382651. 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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