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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Austin, TX, United States
|+7 Cardinal Health Job Scam |
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-10-21 18:39:41|
Same as previous offer @ our HrDept reviewed your resume for a .............
1st question they ask you is for your name, your Age, and location!
|No Name (Brooklyn, NY, United States) Added the following extra information on :2015-10-18 22:44:41|
The same scam happened to me 10/2015. I received the email below. The long interview is a big waste of time so please be advised.
Our HR Dept has reviewed your resume for a Data Entry, Administrative Assistant,Customer Service,Office Assistant,Program Manager positions etc, and we are confident you will be able to perform all the duties attached to each positions after necessary training from our trusted supervisors.
Your details have been forwarded to the Human Resources Department and the Head of Operations Mrs Lisa George will be available to discuss the job detail, pay scale, benefit and briefing about the opening in our company. Your verification code is (HMP707), this would serve as your identification number throughout the online hiring process.
This is an immediate hire position, the interview will commence from 8 am to 7 pm today and tomorrow so schedule for best suited time by you.
To participate you are required to setup a yahoo mail account(mail.yahoo.com) and a yahoo instant messenger (http://messenger.yahoo.com) or you can also have a G mail account setup (mail.google.com) and also download a Google talk app/hangout installed. After this process is done, you are to add up in your yahoo ID at (firstname.lastname@example.org) to your buddy list or add her up on your Google talk/hangout app at (email@example.com), I will be online waiting to proceed with you.
Time : 8 am-8 pm EST. Venue : Online via Yahoo messenger Or Hangout Messenger.
Regards Admin Team.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-10-15 09:52:43|
I received this email and was immediately concerned that they wanted to do an interview via Google Hangouts. I logged in any way and contacted firstname.lastname@example.org as instructed. The conversation moved very slow for someone who was "On-call" for a 2 day interview. I asked about why the app was used instead of a traditional phone or in person interview and the correspondence stopped. I looked online and found this site with the exact same information I had received. This is a scam. Please do not be fooled!
|No Name (Columbus, OH, United States) Added the following extra information on :2015-10-11 18:12:28|
Welcome (clerical Customer Service) Job Briefing! ! !
Work from home just send us all your information and oh yea cash this check for your home office materials.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-10-05 21:06:47|
Well many of the stories are extremely similar. The initial email came from John Bernard, email@example.com. And I just realized it was sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
My incident occured today. Weird thing that caught me off-guard first was my info including, social for a background check, last name, or anything else you normally fill out on an application. I went through the interview process through google hangouts, weird. I never recalled the company but I have been applying to various job day in and day out so never questioned it. I wanted to find out the pay, about the company, and benefits. However, things started changing when I started asking questions. I asked about their banking system, who drafted the checks, what bank did their company use, and why she recommended I go through the ATM or mobile app. She replied back to everything saying I could go into the bank with a teller and explained why they suggest using their software company whom they've been using for years. She stopped responding when I asked her what instiitution was the check drawn off of.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-09-08 21:25:26|
Everything I looked up about her is the same thing I almost got scammed for. I knew the check was not real when she told me to deposit it through my banks ATM machine. She insisted I deposit it at 7:30PM after bank hours and signed offline after I told her in was going to the bank first thing in the morning. Then she had me write essays for training. I knew it was a scam when I took a second look at the email email@example.com , she emails you after business hours.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-09-05 09:47:30|
I read the story about the same company and names and everything was exactly the same, even down to the email they sent the person that they intended to scam, except that I received a check for almost $7,000.00 for office supplies, when I received the check I knew that was a lot of money for a printer and ink and paper. I got on Google Talk and asked Lisa George to verify to me the check number, and I received a quick reply, but it was the wrong check number and she said in her response that the head of human resources just gave her that information. I then asked her to very the amount of the check, and that answer was also incorrect. I then questioned her on why the check that I received was not drawn from Cardinal Health, the answer I was given was it was for security reasons, and then she immediately logged off Google Talk. Everything is exactly the same as the other story that I read on this site.