Recruiting and Staffing Careers Scam

I got a phone call about my resume on line and that Recruiting and Staffing Careers wanted to interview me over the phone. I would get an email with available times shortly. I got the email and replied, set up the time and date and went on line for the interview the next day. As I was waiting, I realized over 450 people were on the same interview looking for the same job.Recruiting and Staffing Careers said they were looking for 40-50 agents nationally to become Job Placement Agents. The job description was included and that anyone who was good over the phone, could make a lot of money with this position and make between $65,000 and $88,000 a year. Many agents make much more over $100,000 a year.They have full training and help every agent become successful. The cost of this management course is $297 and $20 for shipping or $317.00 total and they were only taking the first 40-50 agents to sign up. Then they started to say repeatedly there was a 180 day return for a full refund and order your management course before the positions ran out. I signed up for the service and charged my credit card the $317.00, my name was announced on line and the number of agents they were accepting dropped one number.The package arrived quickly and the first instruction was to sign and send in the second page which I did. This statement says I will work with the company 180 days and can get a full refund if I am not satisfied with the money I am making.The next day I got invited to come back for another interview. I went on line and found out they were selling 50 positions at each interview, or 250 a week, 1,000 agents a month, or 12,000 new agents a year, every year. They supply labor for 80 companies and 30 consultants. The 1,000’s of agents fight for placements. This was not explained on the interview or website. This is a scam to sell these $317 management course shipments.I called the 772-360-4610 phone number in Boca Raton, Florida on my credit card statement and got a voice mail for Cheryl. She did call me back saying all packages would be returned to the address on the package in Boca Raton.I sent the package back, notified RCA the package arrived and asked for a refund explaining the on line interview did not say anything about hiring 1,000 people a month.They say the paperwork is very clear that they do not refund before 180 days, knowing credit card companies stop helping disputed charges after 60 days. I am at their mercy, and they say I have to be commited to their work program for 180 days to get any refund. I have to send in paperwork and reports to prove I was indeed working their program for a 180 days before I will qualify for a refund. This company is a scam and they are taking advanatage of all the people out of work selling 12,000+ programs for $3,804,000 a year minimum. This is what they are doing, selling these management programs and then making it difficult or impossible to get any refund at all.There should be a class action lawsuit agaist them or the Federal Government should come in and close them down immediately.Here is the response I got from shipping back the package and asking for a refund. They are refusing the package and sending it back to me, yet I have a proof of delivery from UPS.They are refusing to refund my money, they are a scam, run away from this fraud internet scam.Dear Mr. V,We recently received a return package in the mail.I assume you are attempting to return it for a refund.When you enrolled you clicked to agree to the terms and conditionswhich clearly state we do not accept returns for 180 days….noexceptions.startstaffingnow.com/It also explicitly states:Note: Changing your mind about dedicating time to work this business is not a valid reason for a refund. You signed for the package, which was also an acceptance of the training.We have rejected the package and it will be sent back to you.Kind RegardsAzariaPS – The full terms and conditions you clicked to agree on the checkout page are as follows:I’ve provided my full correct billing address and zip code. I understand if the address or CVV codes do not match, my membership will be frozen until I provide proper verification.Returns are not accepted before 180 days because you agree to try the Program for 180 days. I also understand my credit card statement will show Recruiting Biz or Recruiting & Staffing Careers.100% MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE. If after trying my Rock-Solid Home-Based Recruiting program as directed for 180 days you are not fully satisfied with your monthly income, then return all materials in like new condition along with your daily work log showing you completed the 21 day Fast Start Program and have been committed to trying the program for 180 days. You will then receive 100% refund. The $20 shipping and processing fee is non-refundable.Registration is required. You must send back the Money Back Registration form within 5 business days of receiving your manual in order to be eligible for the refund.I understand that I am entitled to a $297 rebate after I make my first paid placement with Recruiting & Staffing Careers Business. In order to receive this rebate, I must be filling a job order which is being paid through the Recruiting & Staffing Careers network. The rebate check will be issued at the same time Recruiting & Staffing Careers issues my commission check.Note: Changing your mind about dedicating time to work this business is not a valid reason for a refund.I understand the Live Support system included in this membership uses the same platform as the interview webinar. I have tested and installed Sun Microsystem’s Java on my computer as directed on the interview login page to ensure my access.

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