jesseh53

Jesse H.

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5 Reviews by Jesse

8/4/18

I tried to cancel my account a long time ago. I went to the store to do so and I spoke over the phone to a representative at the store to cancel the account. They lied to me which gave me a false belief that the charges would stop. However, they didn't and I was screwed over by them and I was billed for something I was not aware of and did not give authorization. Its very sad because T mobile does offer great services and plans. However when it comes to billing, they seem to love rigging people off and people notices these affects and it hurts them.

11/15/17

For those who recently heard about this company and are in search for employment, please read about my first person experience. I applied and was accepted into concrete construction during the beginning of summer. The first day of work, I was placed with an understanding manager. However from this point and on, everything turned downhill. The next day and forth, the company placed me under a manager who was irresponsible and hard minded. During the whole summer, he kept blaming me for not breaking my back to death. Whenever I made little mistakes, he took my concrete rake, did my job and complained about people like me. He kept giving me negative comments. He "joked" about how I'm my parent's problem and society's. He kept making remarks on how I'm better off unemployed. Every time I explained my reasoning for my work, he quickly denied it and shouted toward me immaturely. His attitude took me like two months to get over. However, that was not the main problem.
The main problem was the company itself. That manager was the only manager who
Witnessed my work because the company refused to place me with a better employer. When it came to the time of reviewing new workers, he made nothing but negative reviews about me. When it came to the day that they fired me, I tried to convince them that I needed a better employer. Since the company is nonchalant about their own workers, they too made excuses on how improper my work was. They fired me without any concerns.
Just to add it up, when I tried to collect benefits for unemployment, they lied about me being late so that the company can have a clean record. It took me an extra two months of compromising with the state of unemployment just to earn my benefits.
In conclusion, based off of my history at Morgan Keller, they may place you with a bad manager, then will fire you trying to make you feel bad, and finally blames it on you so that you don't get unemployment. My suggestion is to stay away from working for this company. Thank you for taking this as your consideration.

12/13/16

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12/13/16

I spent $140 just to have a legit profile. No one responds to your messages. I called custom service. He just insulted on my ego. Out of six wasteful months, I only received two messages in which they only responded once. When you're subscribed, you know that you will receive no responses. Unless, you pay more money. But, the chances increase by little. Zoosk is like a claw machine. You got to keep paying, but nothing happens.

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12/7/16

When you type in Match.com reviews on Google. You've noticed They received a 4 or 5 star. Why is that you might ask? Exam the website with those stars. Noticed that it's a dating related site. What is your point? I'm saying this because Match.com paid those sites to reveal those stars. Yes that is how they make their money. They lie about being a good site so that you're convinced to pay them. They "promise" you to find the perfect match and explain that "many users" want you. Then, once you subscribed. Wham! All of that is false. You get no attention. And if you were to chat with someone, they refuse to go any further and leave you alone. I recommend to not subscribe to Match.com and to avoid them. They don't care about you finding a match, they only want the money. That's big companies these days. If you want a relationship, go out to a social group or dance class. Interact with them as a friend and hopefully over time, they might want you. I'll say this again, stay away from Match.com or any big dating sites company. And I'm serious. My goal is to help you understand on how big companies like Match.com make money. And yes, I made a mistake subscribing to them. I didn't know their businesses then. Sorry for typing too much. That's just how I talk lol.

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