I doubt the BRN cares. You didn't abandon anyone, you called off, presumably according to the employer's requirement (2 hour minimum or whatever
their requirement is).
Recording calls - Depending on your state, I think the law is that only one person has to
know that a call is being recorded. Since the one doing the recording knows, well, there you
go. Very stupid law. Maybe I'm wrong about it. Ask a couple of attorneys where you live.
Hiring sight unseen - presumably they verified your credentials. But it does seem pretty
odd that they didn't take your photo for an ID. Did you sign tax forms? Take any lab tests?
None of the usual misery you encounter when being hired these days?
Arguing and cursing and yelling at your coworker? While not smart, I don't think it comes under being unprofessional, doubt the BRN would get
Oh, about not getting paid - yes, report that to the Department of Labor. They do, I believe, have to pay you for work you have already done and
they can get in trouble with DOL if they mess with you about your pay. Your Senators or Congressmen/women can also intervene or direct you how
Don't use this firm as a reference if you can avoid it.
And you could consider trying to make amends, patch things up if you want to keep the job.
"You know, Coworker, I was really rude to you and I am really so sorry about it. Do you think you would be willing to forgive me? I was just so upset
about my car and when my check didn't come for so long I was faced with becoming homeless."
Anyway, good luck.