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  • Author: Kristy
  • Date: 11.15.2011
  • 0
 (Votes #: 0)

Jackson and Thomas

I received the following email on 11/09/2011:
Thank you for applying for the opening "Warehouse Supervisor" this position is currently open in Colorado Springs, Colorado with a pay of $42,800. We have completed our initial assessment of the applications received, and are happy to inform you that your application has been accepted by our client for the interview stage. This stage closes on Friday, November 11th at 8pm PST, so its very important you complete the online screening before that date, interview requests submitted after this date will not be accepted. Your interview will be scheduled for the following week. Please go to the following address to complete the screening evaluation and interview booking: Please be sure to set aside at least 15 minutes to complete the process. You will not be able to restart the process. It can only be completed once. Once submitted we will review and contact you within a few days to arrange your interview date. Please be sure to complete all parts of the screening. Incomplete screenings will be rejected. We strongly recommend that you complete the screening on a computer, rather than a mobile phone, to ensure that you can complete the process. Thanks, Kate Walker HR Specialist Jackson & Thomas

I have applied for numerous warehouse supervisor jobs and thought it was legitamate. I filled out their assessment and even followed their link to and received my credit score and entered my customer ID onto the assessment form prior to hitting submit. Once I hit submit, an error came up on the page and said that my application was incomplete and to hit the back button. There was no back button, so I hit the browser's back button which took me to their "home" page. They had a contact us tab which I selected and sent them a message about what happened. I also called their contact number on their webpage and and left a message. I also replied to Kate Walker's email. The next day (11/10/2011) I had no replies, so I sent another message via their website and left another message from their contact number on their webpage. Yesterday, 11/14/2011, I went to pull up their webpage again and it is no longer existent. I cancelled my "free" credit check through yesterday and today I found this link from Indeed that exactly mentions the exact email I recevied several times as a scam--the link is:
I don't know if the fake company was just trying to get people to sign up for the "free" credit report--that actually costs you a montly fee if you don't cancel within 7 days or if they were trying to get personal information for identity theft. I have the original email that was sent to me, the follow-up emails I sent, and when I had errors on the webpage, I saved the webpage to my favorites--however, when I pull it up now, it says the page isn't there.
Yesterday, I pulled up Jackson and Thomas on the BBB, and there is a listing, but there are no results and they have the same type answering message as what I got from the number on the webpage. However, this Jackson and Thomas is based out of Ohio and the one I pulled up when their page still existed was based out of New York. When I pulled up the company from the BBB, it lists it as Jackson and Thomas as an Employment Service, but when I called the number, the message machine says Griffin and Lee, not Jackson and Thomas as listed on the BBB page. That number is 1-800-419-7090.

Thank You for reading of this Complaint / Review.
Complaint author: Kristy

Country: USA
State: All USA

Category: Miscellaneous

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