Has anyone heard of this company, $27 per hour work from home, I smelled a rat
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I received this in my email box today:
We are happy and very excited about the potential you and your experience will bring to the table!.....
XXX-XXX is offering you to join our business and help it grow working distantly and then in a new office.
You will be working from your home office during your probationary period (3-4 weeks). At the end of the probationary period you will have earned $1,920.
I am sure that this is a scam but I wanted to... see more
I applied on ZipRecruiter for many positions but one in particular that said Office Assistant like many others out there I received an e-mail two days later from the day I had applied.A Mike Tencredi emailed me saying Thank You for sending us your resume but think and believe that you will make a great candidate for the position.He then proceeded to send me a questionare composed of 7 questions,I answered them all successfully.The good news was I... see more
Over the last 2 days I have had 3 job offers by 2 different companies offering jobs working from home. They use legitimate company's to do this scam and here is a little of how it works.
They send you an email of a job offer to work from home using a real company's name that does do some positions remotely and they say the positions pay anywhere from $15 to $28 an hour.
Then when you reply they want to set up an interview but the interview is... see more
Recently I recieved an email about a position with Indeed, as a
Staffing Coordinator a home based position. Since I am already working nights at Amazon, I thought this would be great. They said they would send me a lap top and all the software I would need for the job. They sent me a job description & Q&A sheet with answers to questions I might have. Then they sent me an application & a 35 question job interview form. After that they sent me an... see more
I got this email today and a call from someone, who spoke in length about this position. I am an attorney and was being offered this position without an interview. I have been looking for employment for a while now, but I urge everyone out there to not fall for stuff like this, just because you may need work. I think its not a genuine thing, but since I am young and very new to the industry, I want the opinion of fellow job casers. FYI I havent... see more
I have been applying for jobs now for over a year or more and have read enough alerts to recognize the scam that was attempted on me. I feel like I need to pass the information on so that you will not become a victim. I will try to keep this as short as possible: I received an email to my yahoo account that told me that my resume had been reviewed for a position that I applied for on a particular job board. I was directed to my
There is also another person out there sending an email of an opportunity to work from home. they are saying that they are representing UIL Energy, a company out of Australia. They are saying that they are going to send you a check to purchase your computer equipment and dest for the work at home position. This is also a scam, PLEASE BE AWARE!
There is a man who wants me to pay $319 for the watch starter kit and so I'm no longer than a free user in their website. I told him I can't afford it but he keeps pressuring me. I would only make 10% commission. I think the website is HTTPS://myworldgn.store.booksandstitches.com
I signed up as a free user but can't afford the expensive kit. Any advice?
I got a call from a company, saying they are looking for the same profile as of mine. My resume got selected from their client. Once I crack interview, I will be able to join the company on an intern program and then as a full time continuation with a salary of $70K-80K. But before this, I need to complete an online training from them for which I would have to pay a refundable amount of $800. Is it true? I think this is all fake! Please comment.