Good afternoon everyone. I just received 2 job offers. One from a very stable collections agency and one from Cardinal Health working from home. Cardinal claims to offer training with a pay of 17 per hour and then 30 an hour after training. The interview was done via Google Hangouts. Anyone heard of this and if so is this a legit opportunity? Thank you.

The Internet is ripe with these type of scams. I'll admit to falling for one once, where I deposited a bogus check... see more

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Someone posing as a company called Advanced BioDesign has been recruiting and interviewing me via google hangouts. We have not spoken on the phone or via video. Only text back and forth. The people they are pretending to be are real, but I assume that the actual people do not know that their names are being used for this scam. They selected me for a job and offered it to me, although they did not leave any room for me to accept or decline. They... see more

Glad you caught it. Criminals!!

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So, I was requested to interview for a customer service vacancy, which will allow me to work remotely. I would love to be able to work primarily from home, so of course I I was thinking, this is the opportunity that I've been hoping will come my way. The interview wasn't face to face nor over the phone. Rather, the interviewer conducted it all through Google Hang Outs. I found it a bit strange. Nevertheless she hired me and required all my... see more

This is the sad story about internet taking over our lives and turning us into nothing but email addresses. We... see more

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I've been unemployed for a while now, so when I got a text on my phone telling me that my resume had been reviewed, and that they wanted to interview me on Google Hangouts, I didn't see anything wrong.
The details were, work at home customer service, 5 days of training at 8 hours a day for $12 an hour, then bumping me to $30 an hour for 8 hour days. In addition, they would be sending me a check (Red flag 1) to cover the setup of my home office... see more

Omg I went through the same exact scam except it was Cardinal Health and the oay was 30 for training and 25 for... see more

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This job is posted looking for admin help. You will not be able to speak to the 'owner' only chat via google hangouts. Job seems to be an elaborate scam. Either to finally get your SS# or bank account or free work.
Beware. Devil's in the details, and this 'guy' is full of shady details.

Beware of Google Hang Outs. Companies that are legitimate do not interview that way.

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Has anyone heard of, or dealt with a company called Dynata? I interviewed with them but the entire process seems sketchy and wildly disorganized.

Hi Mesha Taylor , I'm not familiar with Dynata but I suggest you go with your gut instinct based on the... see more

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Good Morning,

Over the past few days I received a few emails stating I got the Job! The funny thing is I never applied for them! These are similar to one’s I received in the past with just different names and emails. On my Next Post I will share an example of what I am talking about. During this time of year when looking for a job people who do this know there is a higher volume of hiring going on with the holidays. This is a perfect time to... see more

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Unfortunately, fake job listings are more common than you would hope. Here are a few red flags... see more

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Sales, accounting, banking, makes the most money in my experience, no degeee, neither did I when I first started. If you don't have college experience, no need to worry,start off in small retail jobs like metro pcs, Verizon, cricket cell phones and etc to build up your sales background. Work at each retail store for at least a year or half a year.Even if you are a independent sales distributor is good. While these jobs have... see more

Great insight, Content King ! I have a lot of people in my life that are doing GREAT things in sales!

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I had a weird experience of an interview from a fortune 1000 company on Instant messenger on Hangout app. I was initially asked to download the app and connect with someone whose email address was a gmail and not company name . Secondly after a routine screening questions I was given the offer on Instant messenger itself and have been asked to take a call with the Training Manager tomm morning to get my Software training done and have been asked... see more

That is a total scam Ritu. I would advise you not to move forward with who ever is contacting you. Stay far away!

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When you see blatant misspellings like this it kinda makes you wonder who'd be dumb enough to fall for this garbage!


Yes the old payroll scam!

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