It's funny how Clark mentions "church" when in the initial e-mail we received from him stated that pay is "every Sunday" (email will be pasted below).
Clark, you did eventually pay, but you are one shady person.
A few friends of mine did an on-going job for Clark posting Craigslist ads with the promise of weekly pay on Sundays. The very first pay day rolls around and guess what, our pay was not in. Not a good way to start out a new working relationship. I e-mailed him about this. I didn't get a response, but the next day my pay was in. No biggie as I understand that these things can sometimes happen.
Fast forward to the next week: Sunday and Monday rolls around and no one has gotten paid. A few people publicly post on the work forum inquiring about pay. Clark finally
decides to answer. He stated that we should allow 48 hours from Sunday in order for him to get the pay in. This is something that was never mentioned in the original job offer. As you will see, the e-mail specifically says "pay is every Sunday". Nevertheless, I kept working, assuming that it has only been a few times and it would clear up. Pay came in on a Thursday... Well over Sunday, and well over the 48 hours after Sunday that Clark promised.
Next week rolls around and I am willing to bet you can imagine that our pay was not in as promised. Again. This time after waiting until Thursday, we decided to e-mail Clark. No reply in two days, so we sent him a message on Facebook.in return he blocks us from sending him anymore messages. His assistant Deana claims she has no idea what is going on. FINALLY, the night before NEXT WEEK'S pay is due, we get paid... And payment is considerably less than it should be.
At this point I have left this job and would never consider working with someone like Clark again.indeed, he did pay, but pay was always late and it was like biting nails just to get him to respond. One of the most unprofessional companies I have ever had the unpleasure of working for.
Below is the original e-mail offering:
have an exciting opportunity for anyone living in North America (US CAN) to
post Craigslist ads each week.
You dont need to write the ads, you dont
need to do much more than 5 minutes of work, and you can make anywhere from $5
to $50 a week doing it.
We give you the ad, you post it on Craigslist,
and then you make sure its live on the site, and youre good to go!
already have a large client signed up for this, now all we need is you / your
friends / family to help us post these ads.
Get paid every Sunday for
your work via PayPal, and be involved in some great marketing that isnt very
difficult to do at all.
As always, our company Rufus Space Industries
does not charge you any fees, or make you pay anything to do this, it is 100%
volunteer oriented, and you can choose any job you want, and get paid for it
Send an email to Deana at [email protected] to get added to our job
board for free. Share this email with family and friends, remember we need a lot
of people to do this so that we can keep our client satisfied and ordering
This message was sent by: Clark Covington, 224
State St, West Columbia, SC 29169