Report: #919637

Complaint Review: Rochester, Inc.

  • Submitted: Mon, July 30, 2012
  • Updated: Mon, July 30, 2012
  • Reported By: Kenneth — Austell Georgia United States of America
  • Rochester, Inc.
    757 3rd Ave.
    New York, New York
    United States of America

Rochester, Inc. Daniel Roche Deceptive Employment Offer, Scam Artist, Fraudulent Website and Years of Service New York, New York

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This company is a rip off and should be banned from the internet, they scam you through the Monster Jobs site. They prey on unsuspecting job hunters with a fake employment offer, to get you to register your information on their site. Then send you fake job assignments and claim to hire you after a trial period of 14 days, then you are supposed to be offered full time employment and paid $1000.00 then after going full time you are supposed to get $2000.00 a month. The first couple of assignments are as follows:

1. A client has Aterial Hypertension and needs diet plan that works for people with this problem.

2. Research Chauffeured Limousine and Exotic Car Rental Services.

3. Here's the one that will cause some concern, A client had a painting done that was damaged and wanted to know if it could be re-done by the artist. They want you to contact the artist and see if this is possible

and how much. Then when you get the email from the the artist with cost and the shipping total. They send you an email stating that the client can't send the full amount online, and that it will have to be done

in person of course by you the Virtual Assistant. With a reminder that it is part of your job description to sometimes go to the store and shop or send packages out for the client. Then comes the part where they need your banking info for direct deposit of your pay and for the money for the art project plus your bonus for the assignment. So the art work will cost $7000.00 the shipping will be $400.00 and your bonus will be $300.00. But you don't get anymore assignments until this project is completed. They explain that you can't be given a corporate card because you are on the trial period.

Here's the catch, this doposit is never put in your account and your HR Manager keeps saying to give it a couple of days meanwhile you can do any other tasks because the art project isn't completed.

So when the manager call me on 7/26/2012 I told him I didn't get the deposit and he said it should hit soon, and that I was going to be put on full time the coming week. I mention that I saw a report for a similar company that turned out to be a fraud and that this was sounding the same. He tried to assure me that this was a legit company and not to worry. Then this morning 7/30/2012 I saw an email in my junk box from a hotmail account, that my trial period was terminated as I didn't fit the position and not to call or email him (Daniel Roch) again. What a crock, I was just told earlier in the day on 7/26/2012 I was going to full time.
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