To anyone looking for employment of some sort from Actuary Consulting, Actuarial Consulting, Actuary Resources, Medical Innovations or whatever other clever name they decide to think up, please apply somewhere else. I went to the first interview at this place not knowing about this website before hand and their corrupt dealings; however, after reading the reports from several other scammed individuals I thought I might be alright because they were not wanting me to take any tests, as this job was solely to be a receptionist. It was not until the second interview that I learned the man’s name was Howard, but went by Hal, and everything started to fit together. During the interview he was very unprofessional and asked how many tattoos I have. I’m a young girl, and found this to be very unprofessional and inappropriate. I also talked to another “”employee”” there by the name of Amy Hawks. I use the term employee very loosely because she was a sad excuse of one. She talked to me about certain job duties that I would have if employed, and used foul language during the entirety. Once leaving, she “”The Wicked Witch”” I mean Amy called back and said that they decided to keep looking for someone else. Relieved, I simply said okay. She quickly spouted off how it was unprofessional to have someone with me. Shocked, I said it was unprofessional to have the manager ask how many tattoos I had as well as have a “”sketchy”” business that everyone has been scammed by. Amy then said she just looked online and found nothing bad about the company, and that she did not appreciate me talking about their rip off… err I mean company. This did not surprise me that she could not find anything bad about actuarial consulting because they changed their name again. She then ended the conversation by saying “”F*&k You”” and hung up. These people should not only not be in business, but need Jesus. They have a Christian fish on their new business cards, but that is clearly a misprint. Do not go to this business for anything, unless you like giving people your money and time, along with being yelled at by a young lady with a Napoleon complex. Look it up for yourself. Google Howard Butler and see what comes up. This website and plenty of information that should tell you to stay away. Whatever they decide to change their name to, please do your research. They do not have a website because it is hard to reserve domain names that quickly in the short amount of time that they operate under that pseudonym. They have kept their previous number though. They previously operated under the name “”Actuary Resources”” with the number (615) 547-6401. If you look up Actuary Resources in Lebanon, they did have a website at one time. What happens when you click on it? Surprise… that domain name is invalid. I would rather pay my dog to lick peanut butter off my toes than to go through that waste of time again. This is a slap in the face to those who are trying their hardest to be employed by reputable, profitable, and professional businesses. Hal (Howard) Butler, Amy Hawks, Carmen (Hal’s fiance), you three should be ashamed at what you do. You take advantage of people who are looking for a job, and act like it’s all perfectly fine. This may not do anything, but in the event that one of you three people read this, just know that “”He who walks with the wise grow wise, but a companion of fools suffers harm””. This business will only last so much longer. It’s hard to keep up a path of lies and deceit. By writing this I hope i can at least save one person the trouble that I went through. Since they have so many aliases, I write this under my pseudonym… Sincerely, Oliver Closeoff .
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