Advance Cultivation Management Services LLC Reviews - Advance Cultivation Management Services LLC Scam or Legit

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Russell –

Victim Location 11550

Total money lost $265

Type of a scam Employment

I was called for a job interview from Mr. Stewart who said he was the supervisor for A.C.M. Services, LLC and they had a position for front desk/security. He told me they start at $18 an hour and in order to work for them you have to obtain a security license. He told me to bring $99 in cash to register and my social security card. He told me to go to 22 Cortlandt St, New York, NY on the 16th floor. A.C.M. Services, LLC stands for Advance Cultivation Management which the main building for this company is located at 1410 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10018. I went to the interview and there was a receptionist there who was named Nancy. She was a Hispanic female who was slender and tall with long black hair. They told me to sign in and there was an African American man who called me in the office. He was about 5’9’’ and there was a woman there named Amy. Amy was an African American woman who had hazel eyes and had light brown skin. They made me pay them the $99 for registration and told me if I pay them $225 in cash now that I can save $100. They told me the classes were normally $325 and that I can only pay in cash. They told me they do not accept credit cards because they had experienced credit card fraud in the past. As I did more research, the security license classes were at the New Millennium Training Academy located at 391 149st Bronx, NY, NY and our instructor was named Mr. Jackson on the 3rd floor. The class was priced at $60 for the 8 hour class and the 16 hour OTJ training class. A.C.M. Services, LLC took $265 that was my hard earned money and they were many people in the class that experienced the same thing. Also the website ACMservicesllc.com, seems to be fraud as well with no contact number or address. I just want to report this situation because they are scamming many people out of money because they are looking for people who are urgently looking for work. They found everyone through a website called ziprecruiter.com which is a website that works with monster.com. They promise people so many things such as $18 per hour, flexible schedule, and definite job placement. They are scammers and take innocent people’s money.

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