Lisa Perez-Bonilla
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Has anyone ever been contacted by, interviewed with or was offered a job with either of these companies and said they had seen your resume on CareerBuilder (in my case is true, my resume is on CareerBuilder. They appear to a legitimate company or at least appear legit with a google search. I am not so sure that recruiter / manager are from this company. They have not asked me for money, or filled out any tax or direct deposit information. The positions that were available was for data entry, Administrative Assistant etc...

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Carolyn James
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That's what they do they ask about your banking info after there fake interview. No personal phone call, just over a messaging app. Do not provide any info without an offer letter in writing.

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AMY BILLINGS

I just a had a 3 and a half hour interview with E-HUGE TECHNOLOGY LTD. They reached out via text and the interview was on Skype. I was not asked for any banking information. I was told I would receive my working equipment along with the offer letter in the mail in 3-4 business days. . . . . I hope it is not a scam but I guess I will find out when/ if i receive their package.

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Reena B.

How did they contact you? How have you interviewed. In person or on zoom? THe email they are using is personal or company? There are lot of online accounts you can open up that don't require a minimum balance and have no fees like Varo. This way you don't give away your actual banking account.

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Candis Brown

I have gotten contacted by this company E-Huge Technology Ltd they haven't asked any personal questions or information but I just want to know if they are who they say because I was told that they send you money to pay for your mini office equipment that you will need to start working but they have asked me to zelle the vendor that they use for the equipment and you will receive it overnight but if that was the case why would a company send you a check to buy equipment from a vendor the company use when the company can clearly just pay the vendor and send you the equipment.. i want to know what happened on your end did you go through with it and have you started the job?

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Lisa Perez-Bonilla

oh no no advance degree her just lot of years and my license in all insurance lines

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GiGi GiGi

Listen if the pay is too good to be true, it's a scam, if they provided a gmail.com or any other kind of email that doesn't have a company, it's a scam, if they ask for bank information before completing hiring paperwork it's scam...

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reginald cohen

Those are scam's

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Patricia Laurie

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James Louis

They’re everywhere 😡😡

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Carolyn James

Those are always scams. When they list all those jobs at once that's a scam. They will list real companies but they don't work there

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