Details of Scam Report
|Name||Jeff Sele/Dayna Eden ⇒|
|Email Addressemail@example.com ⇒|
|Other||Google Hangouts ⇒|
|Other||Zip Recruiter ⇒|
I was contacted by Dayna Eden on May 27 stating that the company reviewed my resume via ZipRecruiter and I was a "perfect fit" for the job posted. She stated that I should contact the Superintendent on the 28th, which was a Saturday, I believe. I did not as the google hangout address provided was not available. So I could not contact until today and I was suspicious from the get go as there we're many mistakes in the questions and illegal HR questions asked as well. I figured, although illegal, they are still harmless so I obliged. It wasn't until I gave a phone number without the correct amount of numbers for U.S. contact information that I decided to look up scam job details. The company fit the description to a tee. Then, when I informed "Jeff" that I was contacting Zip Recruiter to verify the company that it got weird. I started getting messages that were already asked and answered from him, almost like a glitch. Also, I could tell that the questions we're automatically generated. As soon as I answered one question, another was sent within seconds. No real typists, even the best, could respond that quick.
They claimed a job offer and were phishing for personal information.
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