Robyn – Nov 17, 2020
Thank you got saving me time aggravation:)
Katelyn – Apr 13, 2020
I was immediately put off when I received the following email at two a.m. and it stated that I could text the company, although there was no company name ever listed on the email. I called, and I reached a semi-professional pre-recorded message that notified me that the call would be recorded. I did not leave a message. Here are our exchanges:
Thank you for your interest!
We are a company that is full of energy and offers extensive room for growth and advancement. We have received an overwhelming number of applications and selected your resume from a number of qualified and talented candidates.
My HR Manager had the opportunity to review your resume and after assessing your qualifications he wanted me to reach out to you and verify a few things and potentially schedule a meeting with you to discuss the position via Zoom webinar.
We are hosting a webinar on Wednesday, 4/15/2020
Please feel free to call or text our office at (315) 930-2995 to speak with our staff. Thank you and we look forward to speaking with you very soon!
PLEASE NOTE! If I do not answer please leave me a voicemail as I attend daily meetings with clients. I will call you at my earliest convenience! Thanks 🙂
Hello Ms. Glass,
I apologize for this, but can you please clarify which company you represent? Naturally, like most jobseekers, I am applying with several companies, and this email fails to actually state which company you represent or the site from which you may have received my résumé.
Victim Location 12983
Type of a scam Phishing
called about security system and wanted you to say yes to get more info. I said I wanted to talk to a person and the call looped back to asking do you want more info. I tried my answer twice and it looped twice more. I said no and it hung up. I am on do not call registry and it came on my cell phone.