On January 6th I had an interview with a local car dealership. I was expecting to see a manager but instead I met with a woman named Lucia. She seemed nice at first, but however that was not the case. She invited nine people back for training on wednesday, I was interviewed on a monday. She disclosed there was a fee for training materials, but she did not specify until the end of the day that the fee was $700. I would not mind this if I had known I didn’t get the job yet. I figured you payed the fee to get trained for the job. Again, not the case. On day two when you pay, you are required to sign a bunch of paperwork stating you are not guaranteed a job with that dealership. This angered me and my other classmates very much. What she teaches you, is exactly what she does to play every single person in that class. Only half the people in my class got a position in that dealership. Another woman in my class stated that her father works at a car dealership and hes never heard of a dealership requiring their employees to undergo this absolutely outrageous training. I enjoyed meeting new people, but I never thought that a reputable dealership would scam people out of their money like this. Do not ever get training from the auto academy. It is the biggest scam in the world and is not required to get a job at a car dealership but the instructor will make it sound like it is required. Never get trained by a woman named Lucia, every word she speaks is a load of horse shit.
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