Hill Consultancy

Hill Consultancy Reviews, Check Hill Consultancy Scam or Legit
Carolyn –

Victim Location 33458

Type of a scam Employment

I was first contacted via LinkedIn from one of my contacts to invite me:

"Hi Heather E.,

The following vacancy may interest you. It is part time and not much time is required and the pay is good.

I have been doing this since August last year.

See details: http://barajatech.com/B24

Do apply. You may also introduce someone if possible.

Thank you,

Sara"

I applied and got an email from the company with poor grammar:

"Greetings,

We received and accepted your application. You are hereby confirmed to be registered as a part-time agent for the ongoing marketing research program.

Your first assignment would commence next week. We will be posting an assignment/commission check to you. The payment will be posted on Saturday 22nd of September. You will then be required to follow instructions which will be given to you.

Once you have received the payment, you will be required to proceed to nearby store to purchase a specific product and then give us feedback on quality of their customer service delivery and the condition of products in the store. Further details on the assignment will be provided to you soon.

Kindly reply this email, saying you confirm acceptance of this offer to enable us proceed.

Thank you, Hill ConsultantcyKaren Henson cy"

I also received the following text:

"1 of 3

FRM:SMS Hill

SUBJ:[No Subject]

MSG:Greetings,

We sent you an e-mail regarding the part time Mystery Shopping Job. (Check your

(Con’t) 2 of 3

inbox/spam folder)

You are required to reply that e-mail confirming your acceptance to enable us proceed.

Thank you,

Hill

(Con’t) 3 of 3"

Eric –

Victim Location 71067

Total money lost $30

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I was originally approached via LinkedIn to be a secret shopper making approximately $350 per assignment. I received a check in the mail for $1850.55. Instructions are to deposit the check and maintain $350 for my assignment and purchase three Walmart, Vanilla Visa cards, etc., in $500 increments. Once purchased, I am to take a cell phone picture of the front and the back of the cards, then mail the pictures to them. I’m instructed NOT to use the cards.

Ruben –

Victim Location 38018

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received an email, check from ** *** in the amount of $1,850.55. I was instructed to deposit $1,500.00 into my bank account and pocket $350.00. The group identified themselves as a mystery shopper company hiring part-time employees. The information was sent to my employer from from Karen Henson at 6801 N Seeley Ave Chicago IL, 60645-4918. I do not know this person.

However, the address on he check was from: Duanying Chen 1375 Cabernet CT Toms River, NJ 08753-2760 from ** ***. There was not a bank logo associated with the check. I also received email communication from [email protected]

Please investigate

Mark –

Victim Location 74501

Type of a scam Employment

I was contacted to sign up to be a mystery shopper for Hill Consultancy. I was then sent a check for $1800 and was told to deposit into my bank account, go to a nearby grocery store and purchase gift cards with $1500 of the money and keep $300 as my "commission". Once the gift cards were purchased I was supposed to take pictures of the gift cards and their numbers and send back to them.

Darrell –

Victim Location 75040

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I was originally approached via LinkedIn to be a secret shopper making approximately $350 per assignment. I received a check in the mail for $1850.55. Instructions are to deposit the check and maintain $350 for my assignment and purchase three Walmart, Vanilla Visa cards, etc., in $500 increments. Once purchased, I am to take a cell phone picture of the front and the back of the cards, then mail the pictures to them. I’m instructed NOT to use the cards.

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