Employment Scams

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I have been scammed by a man who claimed to work for jobsradar.com in hopes to find me a job

  • by: S.J.85
  • #95
  • Jan 5, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $2
He did not say his name, there was no hello, He started out with "According to our records it says that you're in need of employment. .." Then he said I qualify for a deal that can further my education, and all he needed was some information. Luckily I caught on and hung up but I still want to report them.
Phones reported:
832-850-4827
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

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Unresolved

JOB SCAM FROM LUIZ VAZQUEZ

  • by: ag5781a
  • #114
  • Jan 6, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $1
THIS IS WHAT I RECEIVED VIA EMAIL:
How are you?
I would like to start this message from thanking you for applying for the position offered by our travel company
SERHS Turismo. We appreciate the opportunity to meet with you and learn more about your interests. To join our
team soonest possible you have to confirm your intention to work with us by filling and sending us a two documents:
Agreement and Application (see attached).

Application process:
I have attached 3 files to this message: Application, Agreement and Job Description in the MS Word format
(if you couldn't open MS Word files, please let me know via email).

The procedure is as follows:
1. You should fill out Agreement and Application,
2. After that you should send us a copy of the signed documents by e-mail or Fax: +1.2063506448

All information will be confidential and will be used for your work. We guarantee your security.

Note:
Please read and fill out all forms very carefully to eliminate possible malfunction. Having sent all forms please
wait for 1 day to get a response from me, I will ask you some questions. You will enjoy the comfort of working with
us. We take responsibility for immediate sending you information about transfers to your account, payment processing
details, and other details to assist and to facilitate your work. My work is to assist you in managing payments and
I'll be happy to do the utmost to help you whenever it's possible.

Have a great day!

Sincerely,
Luis M. Vazquez
SERHS Turismo
C/ Garbi, 88-90
08397 Barcelona, Spain
FAX: +1.2063506448

I never applied for this company and I felt like it was fishy. I looked into it further and found out about wiring scams.
Also reported:
SERHS Turismo
Names reported:
Luis Vazquez
Phones reported:
206-338-8672
Web/emails reported:
[email protected]
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

Unresolved

I have been scammed by jobflex

  • by: Adkinsk1185
  • #163
  • Jan 8, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $40
While looking for a job, I ran across an ad on Craigslist. They said it was no out of pocket expense to work for them. Said the job was email verification for large companies. Then it said I had to have a backup program to make sure the companies information was protected. It said I would have to pay 25.00, but would get that credited to my account instantly. Then I had to pay another 7.00 to upgrade the backup program. said the lowest paying job was 5.00 and would take no longer than 30min per job. When I completed everything, it ended up taking me to a site where I had to click on ads. Most of them I had to pay something, the ones I didn't pay for were only .30 each job and would take you through multiple web pages before you could complete it. Also, the 25.00 I would instantly get back, was to small of a payment. So I would have to earn another 25.00 in order to get the 25.00 back. In the end it cost me $39 and some change. It was nothing but a scam to get me to buy a program from mypcbackup.com and I didn't even need it to click on the ads in the first place.
Web/emails reported:
www.flexjob.com
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

Unresolved

Internet work at home job scam

  • by: cautious01
  • #191
  • Jan 9, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I posted my resume on Indeed.com, shortly after I received an e-mail from someone claiming to be a career agent from Celgene Pharmaceuticals, offering me a work from home customer service position. Everything appeared to be legitimate, so I accepted the offer. Within 3 days I was told a check would be sent to cover the cost of my work at home equipment. The following day after the interview I received an envelope containing a check payable to me for $2,968.46, with instruction on how I should deposit the check. The problem was the check did not come from Celgene, it was from a Realty group in California. I decided to call Celgene, and was advised not to cash the check, and that this is a scam that's been going on for a while. But the problem I have is why weren't job seekers informed about this.
Names reported:
Erica Gonzalez, Pasquale Buono
Phones reported:
469-215-1905
Web/emails reported:
www.celgenecareers.org, [email protected], [email protected]
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

Unresolved

Fraud

  • by: bety
  • #255
  • Jan 11, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $2,150
This lady apparently needed a personal assistant to do certain job for her, and she told me my first assignment was to get her furniture but it was a scam and when I went to the bank they told me that the check was a fraud.
Names reported:
Karen Solomon
Web/emails reported:
[email protected]
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

Unresolved

Apparent job scam

  • by: Tony4367
  • #342
  • Jan 14, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Ad was on indeed.com for a babysitter position supposedly paying $16/hr. "She" requested my resume which I sent to "her" e-mail. Upon receiving she e-mailed me stating the position was no longer available but that she would hire me as her "personal assistant " since she is out of town up in Toronto Canada she wanted me to purchase electronics and clothing and have them delivered to my address for her. And then something about she would mail the purchase funds to me for the items. All sounded real suspicious so I declined the "offer".
Names reported:
Helen Watson
Web/emails reported:
[email protected]
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.