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Not so organized...

Posted By: Myopinion on 2008-06-20
In Reply to: Anyone have info on LTS, Inc. out of Virginia - anon

I applied, did all the testing, was sent all the hire paperwork, faxed it back and never heard another word back. I tried emailing numerous times and all I got was that they were really busy.. Busy?? I just faxed my personal information, social security information etc..testing, got set up for the FTP file transfer and then no one called me back. That always give me a bad first impression and disorganization is my pet peeve. I wouldn't apply again with them if they were the last transcription company left. But...to each his own, maybe you'll have better luck

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