• Report:  #47483

Complaint Review: Matt H. - Edmonton Alberta

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- Abu Dhabi, Other,

Matt H.
Strategic Ecomm Inc, Suite 424, 9768-170 St., Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 5L4 Edmonton, T5T5L4 Alberta, Canada
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This employment company specializing in the E&P jobs, claimed that it would guarantee a position to the client. It used to promise money-back guarantee, if the client is still not hired after 90 days. Nowadays, they simply say that if the client is not hired after 90 days they would simply send the resume of the client for the second time for free. However, be careful! If you subscribe to their news letters, you'll find that they still advertise the 90-day money back guarantee just to lure you to sign up for one of the services.

Believe me! This guy doesn't do much once he gets your money. He'll simply forward your resume to some generic emails of E&P companies. Nothing more!!! THIS IS NOT WORTH THE MONEY YOU ARE PAYING!!! Also, forget about contacting him and get a reply from him once he gets your money.

This guy, Matt H. Should be in jail for conning desperate people looking for a job in the oilfield. I am surprised that the business is still around even though the company (aka Ventures Unlimited) has been under scrutiny by the Canadian Better Business Bureau (BBB.org, Edmonton, AB. Look under the company's other name: Ventures Unlimited).


Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates

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