• Report: #927127
Complaint Review:

Franklin Green Finance Co

  • Submitted: Tue, August 14, 2012
  • Updated: Tue, August 14, 2012

  • Reported By: PJ — Chicago Illinois United States of America
Franklin Green Finance Co
Internet United States of America

Franklin Green Finance Co EmploymentUnlimited.net Sent me a job application but was really an application for a Rush Card! Why? Internet

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     I am a serious job seeker who has been out of work for nearly 3 months. I can hardly pay my bills and keep up with reality on a daily basis. I received a job lead from Franklin Green Finance Co, which claimed to be looking for a Front Desk Person for a client.

     The email came from someone named Bruce Green and said the application would  be open for only three days and I needed to fill it out before they scheduled an interview. It would take 2-3 days before I received a call from the scheduler. I began the process of filling out the application, and the next screen was a notice that I HAD to apply for a Rush Card before I could be considered for the position.

     I backed out of the program and did some research on Franklin Green and found they are rip off artists of the worst type. I am tired of all the fake job places and phoney jobs which only want you to launder money for their benefit. Why are the jobs numbers constantly changing, but no real jobs are showing up? I am tired of the nonsense and want it to stop-NOW!!

     I need to find a legitimate job as soon as I can and stop this silliness. I am not interested in laundering money, sending packages of stolen items or any of the other "SCAM" jobs listed. I want real work where I can be paid in American Dollars without the nonsense.

Here is the job description I received in my email:

Bruce Johnson bruce@franklingreenfinance.com 10:54 AM (2 hours ago)

EmploymentUnlimited is a top-rated employment firm.  One of our bigger clients is looking to hire someone immediately.

You have been selected for a face-to-face meeting.  We just
need you to verify your information via our secure online application.

Click here to begin the application.  The application will be valid for THREE days only, so please fill it out as soon as possible.

You will NOT be required or asked to provide any sensitive information, or pull a credit report during this process.

We'd love to set up the meeting this week, if possible.  Once you've filled out the information, we can schedule you right away.

Once you've finished, please allow one or two days to confirm your information.
See you soon!
Bruce Johnson
Vice President
Franklin Green Finance Co.

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