A few years back, I attended a training seminar for a local automotive dealership in the Holland area. I was charged a fee but also promised an interview at the end of the training and told that if I wasn't hired by that dealership, there were others who preferred "TK Worldwide candidates" over folks off the street. The whole thing sounded very convincing so I scraped the money together and attended the following two days of training . The actual complaint part of this story starts after the interview, I wasn't hired by that particular dealership but, there was another dealership in the area conducting interviews for TK Worldwide trainees and I asked the TK Worldwide representative if I could get an interview set up with that dealership,
I was told that wasn't a possibility, (after being lead to believe they would help with job leads and interviews, the only thing they gave me came right out of the jobs section of The Holland Sentinal, I could have done that myself), the whole thing was a waste of time and there were false promises. I see they are still at it and still misleading folks who are looking for a job and taking advantage of our general belief that people are good and decent. I thought I would offer a heads up to anybody who didn't want to throw their money away and learn the hard way like myself! I contacted the BBB and got a partial refund, but after what I went through to get it, I can see why the company hasn't had more complaints!