I had a job interview at the cvs pharmacy on the 4149 north oak trafficway location in Kansas city Missouri and I called and spoke to one of the hiring manager and then she was setting up appointment times for job interviews and I told I knew an employee there I used to work with at a previous employer I worked for as a reference. So the hiring store manager calls me back and tells me I have a no trepassing order on file bhy the previous store manager but I have shopped in that store numerous times and if I had a no trepassing order and charge then I have no proof from the Cvs Pharmacy of any court ordered judgement by a judge in a Missouri court that I cannot enter that Cvs store or any cvs store and shop and be hired at that location or any location period. I asked the hiring manager to show some valid legal document that there is a court order from a judge that I cannot enter that store and be hired at that location or any location so this no trespassing order is a false charge because otherwise whenenever it happened I would have appeared in court and charged with a trepassing crime and it would have prevented me from being hired at Goodwill as Goodwill checked my record and everything was clean with no trepassing charge or anything on my record otherwise I would have never been hired at Goodwill period so I am going to seek verification from the Corporate Assets deparment of any court ordered document of a no trepassing order issued by a judge that I am barred from shopping and being employed at that store or any store. This expereine has made me very upset because why would I be able to shop and enter that store and no one said anything about any trepassing charge at all and now I am just finding this information out two days ago? if had a no trepassing order don't they think I would have appeared in court by now and charged with a crime and convicted and it would have prevented me from being hired at Goodwill and my criminal record is clean. So this trepassing charge is false and a defamation of my character and I will contact the Kansas city Missouri police department and find out what is going on.
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