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Scammer recruiter

  • by: souzalfe
  • #93700
  • Apr 3, 2021
  • Monetary Loss: $0
This guy with thick indian accent called me with a senior project manager position with Johnson & Johnson. He said he would ask his senior recruiter to email me the job description and he would call me in 30 minutes to discuss the position.
I received an email from the individual below:


Victor Silva | Senior IT Recruiter
[email protected]

Infinity Staffing Solutions, 7250 Redwood Boulevard, Suite 300 Novato, CA 94945

T. 408-863-1992


It opens with this:

"Our Client has established its marketing mix and began to understand its plan for the four P’s: product, place, price, and promotion. It must then incorporate objectives and strategies for what the company aims to do and how it will reach its goals. As a market leader in the market is great at marketing and branding their products but it does not come easy. It’s all about your action plan for meeting and accomplishing your objectives."

Weird, right? But the salary looks very nice ($135K- $155K plus 30% fixed bonus) but the job description was ripped off of Glassdoor . Here are a few:

- Predict resources needed to reach objectives and manage resources in an effective and efficient manner
- Prepare budget based on scope of work and resource requirements
- Track project costs in order to meet budget

And there is one specific requirement:
- Scrum Product Owner Certificate is mandatory (in process is acceptable)

At this point I looked up his phone number (818)9217630 and found people mentioning this is a scam, this time with the name Elite Staffing.

So when he called me back he talked about diapers, working remotly, etc etc, always asking me "are you ok with that?". Then he asked me if I have a Scrum certification and that I need to send him the certificate so he could share it with the manager. At this point I confronted him. He started stuttering and trying to deny any scam. I kept confronting him until he hung up on me.

Watch out for this guy!
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