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ChicagoCareerSite.com Reviews & Complaints

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Published: 25 April 2020

Posted by: Ristlete

I am worried about a web site called Chicagocareersite.com run by Beyond.com and owned by a very bad scam company called Career Network (F rating on BBB) that has many many alias companies. Can anyone tell me if they have ever had a problem applying to jobs on this site and getting their private information sold to other companies which is what Career Network has been convicted of in 2001 by the FTC? Also Mr. Alec Defrawi Of Career Network and Three star media was investigated by WFTV local news station in Florida www.youtube.com/watch?v=y03Vys-8MRA My phone rings off the hook and fills the message machine and I get 200+ spam emails a week from applying to an ad owned by Career Network.

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