A2Z Development Center Review

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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against A2Z Development Center at Scamity.com on 14-Aug-14.


Business Details –

  • Name: A2Z Development Center
  • Address: 475 Sansome St #2100
  • City: San Francisco
  • State: Aruba
  • Country: United States
  • Phone: (415) 391-0350
  • Website: www.a2z.com/


Original Complaint against A2Z Development Center published at Scamity.com on 14-Aug-14 says, verbatim –

On April 4, 2014 shortly after I had applied for a position within the Amazon Company, I recieved an e-mail from [email protected] developmentcenter.com stating that i had recently applied for a position within the Amazon company that had been filled and that the Development Center (part of the Amazon Group of Companies) would like to offer me a position as a Retail Store Manager featuring the Amazon Kindle Fire, he requested that I submit a letter of interest to proceed with the application process, so then on May 22, 2014 I recieved an e-mal from [email protected] to confirm I had been selected to work for them as a store manager all I had to do was fax them all of my PERSONAL information all of the forms were attached and were legitimate employment forms, so I saw no falicy in the offer, and faxed the information, immediatly I was so excited to work for an Amazon Company. The next communication was on May 29, when I sent a thank you note to Ms. Davis, then on June 5th I was contacted via e-mail by Ms.Mosely, with her introduction letter, stating that she was my manager to assist me with the development of my store, a copy of their letterhead and some breif instructions I was given a Corporate name of “ALDOR AVENUE LTD” and that I would recive all of my business paperwork within 2 to 7 days that did not ever materialize. I did have a phone conversation with Ms. Mosely I think on June 24th, then I sent her my personal introduction to the company. At some point in the beggining of this process I had a telephone interview with a Ms. Regina Lucas wich was very intense and I was convinced this was a perfectly legitimate offer. I do have a paper trail but basically I believed this legitimate until today when I tried to contact Ms. Mosely via telephone and the number had been disconnected. I spent many hours studying the nature of B2B Electronics, and was so proud to have been hired by an Amazon Company and now I am completley humiliated and all of my personal information is at serious risk. So all you job seekers out there beware there are many scams out there. |

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