Sunday, July 5, 2009

Scam Career Network/Three Stars Incorporated

Wow, so much to write about regarding Three Stars Incorporated and its other numerous fake websites. I'll have to post more later today about them.

Until then, here's a WFTV out of Orlando, Florida video segment I found while researching this scam company further.

More coming up. Feel free to join in the comments with any information you may wish to share with other readers of this blog.

Have a great weekend!!


Anonymous said...

I recieved an email from three stars the other day saying they saw my resume on Monster and wanted me to apply for an Administrative Assistant position with them. I got there and made it to "round two" of the interviews and they started describing the job. In their description they gave a completely different job title/job description than what I applied for and I asked them about it. They merely said it is the "same thing." Somehow being a glorified secretary became being a call center rep on comission.

Anonymous said...

I just went to my second interview at Three Stars. What a bunch of bull. From what I witnessed they are one big call center selling online education courses, and maybe some other stuff. They get there leads by placing fake jobs on the internet. They may have some legit jobs, but I think its mostly fake. I actually saw people creating job announcements on craigslist. And every single job I have ever applied to on craigslist is fake. Also, towards the end I asked the tour guide actress why Three Stars doesn't just say they are looking for call center reps on their job announcements and she got really defensive and tried to insult me by accusing me of not reading some stupid binder they gave me. She never answered my question though. SCAM SCAM SCAM!

Anonymous said...

Career Network (complaint)
Posted: 2009-07-17 by SusannH
FYI Career Network is now doing business as and I sent a inquiry email to customer service at tradeupjobs.copm and the email I received back was from career network, who has several complaitns agaisnt them!...

Anonymous said...

A friend of mine filled out information for a couple of positions and listed me as a reference. I was contacted by a company called Mountain Valley Careers. After looking at the site for a bit, I saw that the parent company for this organization was, you guessed it, Three Stars. My friend and I are in Atlanta.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, thank you all for saving me alot of frustration and heartache. After reading your comments, I know I will NOT even return their call.

Anonymous said...

i have worked there for over 2 years its is all good and i get so sick of reading this. this firm has done alot of good in Orlando and is still hiring. Just because you did not get the job is no reason to buy into all the no facts listed.

Anonymous said...

They are

I had the misfortune of responding to a bogus ad for a paint sprayer on Craiglist today. They replied thanking me for responding to their listed 'osition', and wanting me to go fill out a form at that crappy site.

Thanks for the info!

Orlando sucks too. What a hole, the perfect place for these creeps.