The Salvation Army

★★★☆☆
  • 2300 S Venoy Rd

    Westland, MI 48186

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  • 734-722-3660

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The Salvation Army really needs to do a better and more extensive background investigation and performance reviews on the types of employees allowed to work for the organization. We've dealt with one individual whom works for the Salvation Army, named either David McCoy or Bill McCoy, we don't even know his first name as he's so irate not to even tell us. Well, dealing with this one alias individual, he's the most militaristic, rude, and downright nasty individual whom you've even want to deal with, I mean, state employees ("DMV-type") would get a better review, and I'm talking about the worst-of-the-worst of civil servants.

1. Rude - Mr. McCoy downright is "his way or the highway," understandably, such a personality is needed due to the type of employment, as a *social worker* but he goes to the 'extreme.' He'll basically command a conversation, poke fun at you, and if you try to even get in a conversation, leave you saying "I'm done." Wow, he even calls himself a "professional." I've seen more professionalism from unprofessional people. Hypocrite also is in his vocabulary as he preaches one way and on another day, tells you you're wrong, incorrect, or contradicts his own teachings and ideologies. Geez, Alias McCoy, get your own 'house of cards' in order before preaching to others.

2. Secretive - Why wouldn't a professional and upstanding individual such as Mr. McCoy tell you even his first name. Is he such a jerk that people may come after him? Does he have a secretive past? I don't know; by my own drawn conclusions, such behavior shows a lack of integrity and caution anyone dealing with Mr. McCoy, if that's his real last name.

3. Lack of Professionalism - Having to deal with the simplistic of tasks from McCoy is trying to deal with two hostile countries ready to declare nuclear war, ("Think Israel and Palestine"). Requesting even the most simplistic of tasks results in a snarly, rude demeanor as if you're spending away his so precious time. Paperwork returned was a complete mess, but let's give him credit, he probably doesn't give a hoot about you, so I'm lucky to have gotten my own documents returned.

4. Sexist - Mr. McCoy definitely has a 'gender-bias' against women, or at least in his respects, women of economic disadvantage. As the reviewer of the article, being male, he's a complete Mr. Jeckle to women by being interrogative, condescension, rude, and controlling. However, to at least men, he's average depending upon the mood. We live in 2010, not pre-1950's era of gender-based roles, attitudes, or social norms.

Conclusion, be very cautious and aware of this individual. He's got an 'ego-trip' beyond comparison; if you unfortunately get placed in his dark path, expect to be minimized to zero, but don't worry, as a common saying goes, "What goes around comes around." If you're a women, STAY AWAY.

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The Salvation Army really needs to do a better and more extensive background investigation and performance reviews on the types of employees allowed to work for the organization. We've dealt with one individual whom works for the Salvation Army, named either David McCoy or Bill McCoy, we don't even know his first name as he's so irate not to even tell us. Well, dealing with this one alias individual, he's the most militaristic, rude, and downright nasty individual whom you've even want to deal with, I mean, state employees ("DMV-type") would get a better review, and I'm talking about the worst-of-the-worst of civil servants.

1. Rude - Mr. McCoy downright is "his way or the highway," understandably, such a personality is needed due to the type of employment, as a *social worker* but he goes to the 'extreme.' He'll basically command a conversation, poke fun at you, and if you try to even get in a conversation, leave you saying "I'm done." Wow, he even calls himself a "professional." I've seen more professionalism from unprofessional people. Hypocrite also is in his vocabulary as he preaches one way and on another day, tells you you're wrong, incorrect, or contradicts his own teachings and ideologies. Geez, Alias McCoy, get your own 'house of cards' in order before preaching to others.

2. Secretive - Why wouldn't a professional and upstanding individual such as Mr. McCoy tell you even his first name. Is he such a jerk that people may come after him? Does he have a secretive past? I don't know; by my own drawn conclusions, such behavior shows a lack of integrity and caution anyone dealing with Mr. McCoy, if that's his real last name.

3. Lack of Professionalism - Having to deal with the simplistic of tasks from McCoy is trying to deal with two hostile countries ready to declare nuclear war, ("Think Israel and Palestine"). Requesting even the most simplistic of tasks results in a snarly, rude demeanor as if you're spending away his so precious time. Paperwork returned was a complete mess, but let's give him credit, he probably doesn't give a hoot about you, so I'm lucky to have gotten my own documents returned.

4. Sexist - Mr. McCoy definitely has a 'gender-bias' against women, or at least in his respects, women of economic disadvantage. As the reviewer of the article, being male, he's a complete Mr. Jeckle to women by being interrogative, condescension, rude, and controlling. However, to at least men, he's average depending upon the mood. We live in 2010, not pre-1950's era of gender-based roles, attitudes, or social norms.

Conclusion, be very cautious and aware of this individual. He's got an 'ego-trip' beyond comparison; if you unfortunately get placed in his dark path, expect to be minimized to zero, but don't worry, as a common saying goes, "What goes around comes around." If you're a women, STAY AWAY.

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they have a great after school program for kids. they also have rangers with is like boy scouts and they have sunbeams which is like girl scouts . they have great hoilday programs and always help people in the community.the staff are very nice and are real good with the kids.

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they have a great after school program for kids. they also have rangers with is like boy scouts and they have sunbeams which is like girl scouts . they have great hoilday programs and always help people in the community.the staff are very nice and are real good with the kids.

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