Imposter Coinbase

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Tyler –

Type of a scam Employment

I was contacted after putting my resume on indeed to look for full-time work in my area (GTA, Ontario). They sent me an email from the email: [email protected] They informed me about remote employment with Coinbase but required me to buy Bitcoins with the "companies money". The whole thing felt like they were either phishing for my money of information. The company Coinbase uses for all company emails so the [email protected] is fake. I warn anyone who receives an email like this to NOT give them your information or go forward with any of the process. After talking with them about the job for a brief time they were very vague and asked me to increase my banking withdrawal limit to purchase Bitcoins.

Eugene –

Type of a scam Employment

I have contacted the Company that the scammer used as well as notified the person whom they where impersonating. They offered a remote position to work as a customer service rep. Saying they got my contact information from Indeed. The job that they posted on Indeed was for Anyone who says that they are from Coinbase using a gmail account is the scammer. They are asking for personal information such as bank and withdrawal amount. The last step is asking for a photo of your ID.

Ronald –

Victim Location 10001

Total money lost $1,600

Type of a scam Employment

I was cheated by a person name Charles Brunch from [email protected] he is a scammer and not paid for my work and he is saying that he works for coinbase as a head of HR and made me worked for whole week now not paying me for my work as a HR Assistant

Terry –

Victim Location 89301

Type of a scam Fake Invoice/Supplier Bill

I got a message saying that I opened an account with coinbase si i called that number and the guy that answered said that they will delete account and then hung up. So i called him back and he said "what is the problem I already told you we will delete the account". So I asked how he would delete account if he didn’t have the number or anything. He said "listen here [censored] I already told you we would take care of it so stop calling".

Cody –

Type of a scam Employment

I got a message entitled: "Coinbase:Job Offer" from Alvinlee Coinbase .

Here is the message:

Good day Ms. (last name) ! We’re glad to welcome you!

It is my pleasure to extend the following offer of employment to you from Coinbase.

After reviewing your resume, we would like to offer you the position of Customer Support – Remote.

Your experience will be an asset to our company.

Founded in June 2012, Coinbase is a digital currency wallet and platform where merchants and consumers can transact with new digital currencies like bitcoin.

An open financial system is one that is not controlled by any one country or company (just like the internet did for distributing information).

We think this is the highest leverage way to bring about more economic freedom, innovation, efficiency, and equality of opportunity in the world.

We have a ten-year plan to get there.

At the moment, we have open positions in Canada.

You can see more information by clicking on the link

If you are interested please reply to this email for further discussion.

We will be glad to welcome you as part of our team Coinbase.

During the training, you will be paid 100 US dollars daily.

After passing the training, you will have a meeting with a top manager, and you will discuss your schedule and salary together.

Usually, it is from 67,000 dollars a year.

Please let us know if you have any questions I will provide any additional information to you.

Main Office in Canada 201 Portage Ave Portage & Main, Winnipeg.

They sent a youtube link and a pdf with job description as well. Strangely, the person did not sign their name at the end of the email. I was applying for jobs using only one website and I could not find this company there. I also do not apply to these kinds of jobs, not being very technology-inclined. I am sure that I did not apply to this company. My resume on the jobsite is linked with childcare. I do not have experience. The money amount they are offering seems like way too much and the fact it is in U.S. dollars (I am Canadian) seems suspicious as well. The address in Manitoba is also written strangely. Plus, I would think that a tech company would have a company email and not just have gmail addresses. They seem like a legitimate business, so maybe a scammer is using the company name. I don’t know. I decided it must be a scam and will have had no further contact with them.

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