Oh my God! I've been taken for a ride!
I am a disabled person, on SSDI, and taking part in the Ticket to Work program.
I recently (a few weeks ago) began checking out NTI, and found that it sounded like a really good lead for me. I thought the work sounded like it would be a really good opportunity for me, as well. So I applied online, and afterward, was directed to my email account, where I was sopposed to hav received an email from them, which would then prompt me to the online test. \
But there was no email from them! So, I called NTI on the phone. As someone else stated in this forum, the toll free number is automated, and does not allow you to talk with anyone. But I was determined to try for their customer service representative position, so I called their regular phone number (617 area code. I live in California, so this is long distance for me.) The guy I spoke with said that he'd send me another email me, so I checked again, but there was still no email! Third time is a charm, right? I called again, and made sure that he had my correct email address, and he said he'd send another email, but still I received nothing! I called him again, and he led me to a different website, and gave me directions to get into the testing site.
Well, when I logged onto the website, it was one belonging to a loan company, trying to get people to take out loans!@#$%
Then, I googled them, and found this forum...boy, I sure wish that I had done my homework first, and had read this forum before wasting all this time. But I was sure that since the company was on the ticket to work list, it must be a legitimate business!
All I am left with now is a huge phone bill, and I am low income!