Employment Scams

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Unresolved

This is a faurd comany they get people to work for them doing research. The worker have to fill out a W-4 form and other job related things.

  • by: Tay87
  • #3281
  • Mar 22, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
They had me work for them for 2 weeks researching in for for clients. Say that I will be payed salary, They wanted me to get over 6000 sent to my banking account for me to send money gram to their client which I did but sent the money back. They have my SSN, DOB, and Bank account number.
Names reported:
Khan Sidra, HR manger, Rigion, LLC
Phones reported:
786-393-6155, 305-767-7250
Web/emails reported:
www.fl32.biz
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

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Unresolved

These people are operating a craigslist employment scam

  • by: jack4414
  • #3310
  • Mar 22, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Craigslist users reply to this ad and this is where the scam begins. Hello and thanks for your response.

I am replying back to your message concerning the job posted on Craig list for a Warehouse worker in which you're interested in, I go through your Resume and am quite impress and i think you are the right person for this job. Unfortunately I am out of the state at the moment, Am on a short Business trip to Ontario Canada. I owned a Fabric warehouse. There will be no interview in Person until I return from my trip.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

You will be a Warehouse Inspector you will walk in to any warehouse which I will be disclosing to you later and your responsibilities include inspecting, testing, sampling, and sorting products or goods being manufactured and shipped in. The manufactured products can include a large range of items, including materials, machinery, equipment . Depending the type of manufacturing environment,You can also be required to have some technical knowledge. In this type of profession, there are quality standards that are strictly followed, and daily or weekly production goals to be met. If a manufactured product does not meet quality specifications, You're to investigates and reports production line failures.

You must be able to stand on your feet for long period of time, These physical requirements is very important for the inspector, You will be working 3 days in a week and you're to choose any 3 days of the week from Monday to Saturday that will be preferable to you and you will be working 9hrs in these 3 days and that will be from 9am-12pm and I will be offering you $600.00/ weekly Pay. Method of payment will be a Cashier Check.

If you're interested kindly get back to me with the following information:-

FULL NAME:
ADDRESS (including Apt#):
CITY :
STATE :
ZIP CODE :
CELL # :
HOME# :
EMAIL :
AGE :
CURRENT JOB:

I will be looking forward hearing from you and then proceed on the next step forward.
Warehouse Manager
www.creativearts.com
KW Materials Handling Inc
Best regards
Names reported:
James Lawrence, Helga Benbrook
Phones reported:
843-259-3621
Web/emails reported:
[email protected], [email protected]
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

Unresolved

Scammed by jack

  • by: jamie
  • #3359
  • Mar 23, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
There was an email hiring to put an advertising on your car so I filled out app. Just name and address well he send a check 1690.00 for me to deposit and within 24 hours I would give him info for withdrawing all of it except 300.00 the rest goes to the ad check was verified no good now he is wanting the money. I told him it was a fraud he needed to stop emailing me or I would file harassment charges.
Names reported:
Jack Wang
Phones reported:
714-589-8584
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

Unresolved

UIG Suspicious email

  • by: TAMS
  • #3374
  • Mar 23, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Received this email this morning. Doesn't look right.

Thank you for submitting your resume to us.

It has been forwarded to our operations and project manager for their review.

Best Regards,

Human Resources
United Industries Group, Inc.
Also reported:
United Industries Group
Web/emails reported:
[email protected]
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

Unresolved

Job Scammer

  • by: radar1724
  • #3424
  • Mar 24, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
He sent me a job offer from a real company (Tricostar), asked me to make a gmail account, had an online interview, sent me a word document as an employment agreement, and asked me to complete 2 weeks of training. We contacted the actual company and they have no affiliation with this man. No business at all in the US.
Names reported:
Henry Washington
Web/emails reported:
[email protected]
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.

Unresolved

Information Obtained Fraudulently

  • by: lustal
  • #3434
  • Mar 24, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I went online to look for jobs in my area and posted my resume and cover letter to a career website. From there I began receiving hundreds of emails about information for jobs looking to hire immediately. I applied to a specific position to a hospital for a clerical position and received a text about a week later with a phone number saying they would like to speak with me concerning the job. Excited for the potential opportunity, I researched the company and did research on how to successfully complete a phone interview. After looking on the company's website and searching for the potential position, I could not locate any available positions with the title I was applying for. I called the number that was texted to me and spoke with an overly eager guy who knew who I was when he answered the phone. He forced several questions through the phone and got me to answer some of them about where I would like to find a job, if my telephone number was correct, and what field I would be most interested in. He said to look for an email and be sure to fill out the information immediately even saying "before midnight" to ensure I would be hired as soon as possible. I told him this felt a little bit odd and that I did not want to be setting myself up in a scam. He responded with "Oh, okay well if you feel like you are being scammed I'm sorry but just look for the emails and good luck with your job search." Not a very satisfying response. I then googled the company and there are hundreds of comments about the company being an overseas scam. Can we shut this company down?
Phones reported:
843-940-8558
Web/emails reported:
www.jobsradar.com
Identity Theft Risk:

 HIGH RISK  Click here for the explanation.