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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
|+2 Hinkins International Group GENEVA: |
2:55 PM (20 hours ago)
To whom it may concern,
I have just received an email from you company, I am highly interested in the position of Operations Clerk. I have a GED and some college in technical support and
business management. I believe that my skills and experience are a perfect match for your company. I look forward to hearing back from you and possibly working with you in the
8:11 AM (3 hours ago)
We just received your resume and would like to thank you for your interest in working at Hinkins International Group.
In order for us to move ahead in our selection process, could you please complete Application Form attached and return it to us.
Our staffing team will carefully assess your qualifications for the role(s) you selected and others that may be a fit. Should there be a suitable match, we will be sure to get in touch with you.
Please see the \"Job Description\" file for more details about current position.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Jennifer J. Green
Hinkins International Group
GENEVA: (22) 548 14 19
NEW YORK: (646) 845-9796
Obviously, I never sent them my resume and they said they received one. They want all kinds of information in their pre-screening. The funniest thing they actually think my name is Milla Vanilla. I didn\'t even receive an email from this address and they fell for that one too. Tells me that they want as many victims as they can get. On one of the documents it asks for my banking information. So again if you hear from this company report them right away.
By the way I am a Private Investigator and they made the mistake of contacting me. I made a few fake email accounts and I think this is so funny but very serious. So just be careful and do not get scammed. Never, ever, give out bank information, or any other account information. Also never give out your Social Security number until you are sitting in front of the hiring manager, or it is a well known company that you can trust. When in doubt contact the Better Business Bureau, you can find out if a company is legitimate.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2012-01-09 11:33:02|
They hired me w/out even talking to me and then they asked me about my banking info and tankfully I saw this website before sending my info
|No Name (Orlando, FL, United States) Added the following extra information on :2012-01-07 10:24:15|
contacted me, gave me all kinds of compliments, as tho i had been in an interview with them, asked for personal information, such as driver's license, etc. i looked the company up on the internet, for background, expecting an interview, and found your web-site i hope this helps someone else who is looking for work, not to be taken in by what may be less than legitimate, it is very hard not to be working and at the same time to be scammed,