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I don't know this firm, so "no comment".

In general, if a firm wants money to find you a job, and they want the bucks up front, ask them for a written guarantee that says you will get all your money back if they don't find you a job that you are satisfied with within an agreed-upon time period. I don't know a firm that has ever made that guarantee in writing.

In my opinion, you're better off doing this yourself, and pursuing some highly-recommended headhunters (who charge employers):

Nick Corcodilos
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