Report: #701029

Complaint Review: CyberCoders - Internet Nationwide

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  • Reported By: parisp — New Jersey United States of America
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  • CyberCoders Nationwide 'branches' Nationwide United States of America

CyberCoders Cyber Coders Inc. CC jobs Resume farming, Fraudulant personal information collection, False job postings Internet, Nationwide

*General Comment: CyberCoders... not sure about them

*Consumer Comment: The above appears to be mostly but not 100% right.

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After receiving many calls at our companies from several job candidates looking for jobs, stating that CYBERCODERS had advertised positions in our areas, a group of 8 Hiring Managers (including myself) decided to see what was going on.  It seems that people with excellent qualifications in many cases, while looking for jobs, never heard back from CYBERCODERS and decided to find the employer themselves, based on location and job information as given and interpreted in CYBERCODERS job descriptions.
Our group of 8 Manufacturing associates (since early 2010) decided to apply for some CYBERCODERS positions ourselves with great resumes derived from our own job records (all true information, except name and company name changes).  The result has been that in over 100 resumes submitted to CYBERCODERS by our group of professionals, not a one of us ever received any communication back from CYBERCODERS.  To be clear, we are a group of 8 hiring managers at 6 different companies whose are highly sought after in our fields of work.  We do not work in HR, we do not staff,……… we work in manufacturing management. 
In our last endeavor in early January 2011, we applied for a position (Quality Inspection Supervisor, Metallurgy, Castings, SPC), that was posted by CYBERCODERS in both Parsippany, NJ and Columbus, NE.  The job descriptions were 100% identical and posted within a week of each other.  One of our associates is intimately involved in one of the geographical locations and knew for a fact that the position did not exist at their company or any other companies in the area.  The associate also knew that none of the companies in their area were related to, or had braches or affiliates in the other area. 

As usual, our resume attracted no attention from CYBERCODERS.  We contacted Sharon Brown · Senior Recruiter · 949.885.5157 at CYBERCODERS.  When we confronted CYBERCODERS, we received a response from Marissa M. Gonzales • Office Manager • CYBERCODERS • 949.333.3347.  We have copied the emails in as pictures for people to judge for themselves what is going on at CYBERCODERS and caution people to guard their personal information.
We have drawn the conclusion that CYBERCODERS is nothing more than a “resume farming” operation.  While none of the associates in our group have ever utilized CYBERCODERS, we also know of no companies that use CYBERCODERS as a staffing agency.  A well known fact is that the best companies do not use so call staffing companies, they hire themselves.  We would caution people about submitting their hard earned personal job histories and information to CYBERCODERS and companies like them.  They are not legitimate staffing companies and they have a motive for gathering your personal information.  In these times, this is dangerous.
We hope this information will be useful to people in protecting their privacy.  We also hope it will save them time in the future.  As professionals we encourage companies to hire their own people and remind people looking for jobs, that a direct application to the actual company doing the hiring and work, means they care enough to do the hiring themselves and have not farmed it out.

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#2 General Comment

CyberCoders... not sure about them

AUTHOR: GyuriFT - (Hungary)

POSTED: Tuesday, February 26, 2013

I submitted my resume to CyberCoders. I am a U.S. citizen with dual nationality currently living abroad. I am not sure, this company is serious as they tried to connect me with companies looking for iOS developers - while in my resume it was clear, my profile is different.

Tried to apply for several jobs related to my experience - so far quite mixed experience to say the least. On one occasion got error from their web site. I never could get rid of feeling, they REALLY DO NOT EVEN READ the resumes.

Contacting them by phone is fruitless, they just can't be reached.

Very frustrating experience so far. 

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#1 Consumer Comment

The above appears to be mostly but not 100% right.

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

POSTED: Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Through this wonderful recession I have applied to many Cybercoders postings.

1)  Mostly with zero response and I do not shotgun my resume to 100 random jobs a day.  I apply if there is a good fit.
2)  I have heard from Cybercoders 2 times.
2a)  The first was a request for more information in the form of an email with a multiple choice fill in.  This happened about 2 weeks after applying.  I did not hear from them again.
2b)  I did apply for a job which my resume was a 95% hit and heard from them in less than an hour.  The persons name was Daniel.  The employer declined to go further because I do not speak Spanish.  I still have the email as proof of this.

That being said.  Cybercoders may well run a far far looser operation than most recruiting firms and I have no idea if they farm resumes.  They may well do this, but I have talked to one of them.

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