Telesolutions International Winnipeg Manitoba

Complaint: I’ll guess I’ll add my little (short?) story about my dealings with these vicious telescam artists.Telsolutions advertises all over Winnipeg offering Jobs between $10-$12-$15-$35 an hour. Figured I’d check ’em out, I knew they were not legit, and in truth the pay was minimum wage – but I just got back from Vancouver and needed the money. The company was started by a guy, Braiden Harvey soon after he got out from prison several years ago in Winnipeg. Braiden just can not seem to stop talking about how he is the Donald Trump of Call Centers. In fact you can not spend five minutes with him, with out Braiden comparing himself to Trump.Our interviewer, an OCD and compulsive lier case by the name of David Keith always takes in interview-ies two at a time, and apologizes saying this is a one time special case – bull, it normal procedure. Keith attempts to sell the job instead of actually giving a REAL interview, stating most people make $12-$1

Complaint: I’ll guess I’ll add my little (short?) story about my dealings with these vicious telescam artists.Telsolutions advertises all over Winnipeg offering Jobs between $10-$12-$15-$35 an hour. Figured I’d check ’em out, I knew they were not legit, and in truth the pay was minimum wage – but I just got back from Vancouver and needed the money. The company was started by a guy, Braiden Harvey soon after he got out from prison several years ago in Winnipeg. Braiden just can not seem to stop talking about how he is the Donald Trump of Call Centers. In fact you can not spend five minutes with him, with out Braiden comparing himself to Trump.Our interviewer, an OCD and compulsive lier case by the name of David Keith always takes in interview-ies two at a time, and apologizes saying this is a one time special case – bull, it normal procedure. Keith attempts to sell the job instead of actually giving a REAL interview, stating most people make $12-$16 an hour – more bull. Anyway employees face a 4 hour orientation on their first shift. This was basicly just a long rant by Keith about how his Dad was a big hero and a RCAF fighter pilot, tales about how he lived with his OCD and other yarns about employees winning $100,000 and such. We were given several pages of legal rights waivers and given insufficient time to read them before we signed. Interesting none of us were ever given any tax forms, nor was any of our Social Insurance Cards checked, the excuse was “HR does not need that stuff”” (According to the Manitoba and federal governments

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Address: ya – they do). There were about 10 people in orientation

Website: after orientation was done we learned it would not be paid till after 30 days/shifts… thats if we were lucky. That we can make a lot of commission and a 50 cent an hour sift premium – which they WILL find some way to jip you out of to make it minimum wage. Also we would need to start work 10 minutes early

Phone: Keith fired one girl on the spot for reading all the legal redtape before signing as Keith was ranting away. We were told the four hours are paid

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