Debra Feldman Review

JobWhiz presents itself as an executive job search service. My experience leads me believe that this is false advertising at best, an elaborate scam at worst. Debra Feldman, the founder of JobWhiz, claims to help unemployed top-level executives to access the hidden job market, and targets particularly insecure groups like career changers or people with unusual work history. | Beware. My experience is you will be charged 10 000 dollars or more, to be sent a questionnaire and receive a poorly written summary of your answers to said questionnaire. That’s it. From then on, any extra help you ask for, (even to analyse a job opportunity you found yourself) will be charged extra. | You have to look long on hard on the web to find the clues, but they are there: complaints of similar misconduct from go back as far as 2004. And who knows how many shame has kept silent?

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Name: Debra Feldman

Country: United States

State: Connecticut

City: Riverside

Address: 21 Linwood Ave

Phone: (203) 637-3500

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