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So I’m currently talking to a man named Mr. Shaun Grady (1 707 247 5749). I’ve screenshot everything so far even that Phony offer letter. I’ve been giving him false information the only thing that he actually has is my email I’m trying to see how far I can get with this. Warning ⚠️ other people of people like this that have no life. Typically when I ask if they’re a scam they run away but I asked him and he assured me that he was not a scam. As seen in messages. The lies. Well I hope this helps and I’ll do my best to keep you peeps updated. Thanks scam pulse. This is the only way to warn people.

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I received an email asking me to contact Mrs Bertha R Rodriguez about interviewing for a customer service position for Akka Technologies. She hired me and said she would be sending me a check for working materials and to report to her at 8am the next morning. I researched her company and found she does not work there! I realized this was another employment scam!

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I echo most of comments / review here. I had similar experience from fellow name James Lucas who claim to be in Washington DC office. We spent good over hour just like all of others.
Flag #1 : Asking me for Telegram App because they only do interview via Telegram App. I followed instruction hopping for face time via App.
Flag # 2 Sending check and must deposit in account through ATM or Drive through only...
Flag # 3 He will provide me company list where I have to purchase all software that he mention in interview.
Flag # 4 All of software were mention are out dated from 2005 to 2011 ?
Flag # 5 He insisted that I call in via app tomorrow morning which is Saturday July 4th! ( Who in the world would be working on July 4th in America corporate world? )
Flag # 6 You are hired ( Which corporation in America would hire from initial chat on social media App? )

Since I finish interview, I start searching as my doubt and I find truck load of directing as SCAM !

I hope this people get LIFE and stop playing emotion of peoples !

CareerBuilder as well as many other job board should screen before posting their opening.

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I just had an hour long interveiw with a lady named mrs.karen j walsh and she was officially hiring me for AKKA technology at a certain point she started asking weird questions like my phone carrier and what bank i use so i lied but continued on with the she later told me she will be sending me a check and i have to cash it with very specific instructions. She told me to get back to her tomorrow at 8 am. Now i dont know where to go from there if anyone can help me and let me know if any real damage has been done. The only real information they have about me is my name address and email address. Please help.

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Some joker named Peter Jackson texted me that he reviewed my resume on CareerBuilder. He offered a position of a "Customer Service" employee making $35 per hour. I was an Investigator for the State of Florida and I knew this was a scam. The text instructed me to text the word, "YES". I want to advise anyone reading this, never reply or type the word "YES" to any text. There is a scam going around and when you type "YES" they take that word and you have just given permission unknowingly.

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At first it seemed too good to be true. Got hired right away for answering basic interview questions, and the pay was ridiculous. Then i found this page and things just clicked in regards to red flags. Of course i filled out the questions and gave my email and such. But i had a "meeting' this morning and was told that my check would be mailed tomorrow at my location. But i wasn't told to add any of my own money the account I'd be depositing the check into. Anyways moving forward, i got an "employment offer letter" which i thought was great! But glancing over it there are a red flags that i thought i should share.
1. At the top of the employment offer letter is the company's name. AKKA technologies. But the first K is backwards, if you look up the company online its the second K that is mirroring the first.
2. When you open the employment letter in google documents the "logo" isn't visible and doesn't have registered trademark sign next to it.
So, in general after doing some investigating, digging and a little common sense this is a fake and as sad as it is it's not true. $50 an hour sounds magical but please i hope other people will see this post and not fall for this scam.

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Today I received an email from a lady and I was desperate so I replied she messaged me back instantly and ask me to download hang out to have an interview which I thought was weird But I made an account and proceeded to talk to her with in a few minutes of me talking to her she said I was hired then she asked for my address to send supplies for the job I sent her my P.O. Box cause I felt weird just giving her my physical address she told me no she need my physical address I sent it to her now after looking at these comments idk what to do now

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Definitely a scam the exact thing that happened to everyone in this chat happened to me. I blocked them and reported them on this site. Reps name is Justin Rogers and had me download telegram app +1 (903) 405-3101 is his number and his telegram name is Justinrogers2020

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Yeah, similar thing just happened to me. Very glad I did the research before giving any real personal information, like my address. Collins Carter is the scam name. He asked for my photo, which was a red flag. Why not just talk via video conferencing, I asked and when I bugged him for a video conference call for an interview, he suddenly became very quiet. Do not trust any job offers from “sykesenterprises”. There is a real company called SYKE, but they have an advisory on their website about scammers using their company as a fake front. And don’t trust anyone offering you a job from AKKA technology.

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Victim Location 23455
Type of a scam Employment

I was putting my resume on sites such as Zip Recruiter and Indeed for a job. I was contacted by email three different times in a 24 hour period from three different Gmail accounts, all inviting me to add a Cherie Augustine on Google Hangouts to interview for a Call Center Representative position. I did this on a Wednesday. I chatted with this Gmail account with the name Cherie Augustine. She asked me simple questions and didn't question me about my answers. The job was supposed to be a work from home position taking customer support calls and doing basic clerical work for a company called akka technologies. She included a link to a real company by that name. This company I later found out is based in Belgium. The position had a training period where I would be paid $19 per hour. After training ended, my salary would be $25 per hour. This position was to include benefits after 30 days with the company such as health and dental insurance and paid time off. She said I would receive a check to purchase my working materials. She asked for my bank name, my name, my address, my phone number and my email address. She said to be in Google Hangouts at 8 am to talk to my supervisor. Thursday at 8 am I was connected to a person who called themselves Mr. Jason David. They had a picture of a man in a suit in their contact, but had a generic Gmail name of [email protected] He asked immediately if I understood there was to be a check. He said he would tell me how to spend it. He said to be online tomorrow at 8 am once again, and that the check would arrive tomorrow morning. Friday morning at 8 am he contacted me, again via Google Hangouts. He gave me a FedEx tracking number. The check was to arrive at 10:30 am. He said to contact him when I got it. Once I got the check, I contacted him. The check was all that was in the FedEx envelope. It said Suntrust Bank on the check, but there was no address. The company name was Omega Medical Imaging LLC, Operating Account, 3400 St Johns Pkwy Sanford, FL 32771. I looked it up, this was a real company. Jason David said to deposit the check via mobile deposit or ATM. I did eDeposit with my bank. He asked for a screenshot of the deposit confirmation for the finance department. I did that. He said it was approved and that he would contact me on Monday at 8 am once again to guide me in making the purchases of my working materials. To note, there were a lot of spelling errors in his messages. He was also brisk and didn't seem worried about my schedule or my competency as a prospective employee. He didn't ask me any get-to-know-you type questions you would expect at the beginning of a working relationship. I had to remind him 3 times that I needed to put in my 2 weeks at my current job, but he didn't seem interested in working with my schedule. He and Cherie Augustine simply reassured me that it wouldn't be a problem. I became suspicious when a Google search alerted me to the fact that all Google Hangout interviews were most likely fraudulent, as employers would want a better idea of who they were employing than simply the anonymity of an online chat room. I contacted my bank to let them know I didn't knowingly try to deposit a fraudulent check and to close out that account.

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I was contacted today by two females one being Madeline Long. When she told me I was hired she said I'd receive a check in the mail it was a combined check for my paid training and for the equipment for the position. She said I have to speak with my supervisor tomorrow for training. I asked her if I could would be speaking to the supervisor on video chat or over the phone and she said through messaging so I found that odd. I also found it strange that the interview process was over google hangouts and more life just texting. It was strange that the training was $19 an hour but the actual position was $28 hourly

Akka technologies is a big scam! Be careful

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Victim Location 28078
Type of a scam Employment

The victim was contacted by email first then asked victim to use telegram for interview. they unfortunately gave them thier information before doing their research.

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Victim Location 75211
Total money lost $100
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I accepted a data entry bid on freelancer.com. 1st time using the site. The "employer" asked me to google hangout the hiring manager. 1st red flag. I did at 9pm cst I chatted with "Dan Jonas" from AKKA Technologies for bout an hour. He asked me to buy some gift cards to unlock a Macbook that they'd send me along with some other equipment to the job. Sounded unbelievable. Initially asked to buy $100 STEAM cards Walmart didn't have any so he changed it to iTunes gift cards asking for $200. This made no sense but i bought 2 $50 cards scratched it off and sent him the codes with the receipt. He said he would send the tracking info for sending the laptop and a check to purchase equipment. He said the supervisor would send further instructions that morning. Morning came there was nothing and of course the itunes cards were redeemed. I questioned Jonas they emailed me a fraudulent check for $1500 from this email for "Madison Fair" [email protected]

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Victim Location 27560
Type of a scam Employment

I was sent a text from the above number claiming to be a representative of AKKA technologies. They were interested in hiring me for a work at home job. I was instructed to download a messaging app, then I was contacted by an HR director. I was given an interview via the app and hired. I was sent an envelope supposedly containing a check to buy my work materials from a vendor. My wife was suspicious based on the speed of the hire, so I looked for more information. The person did not give me the contact information of his supervisor, so I ended the interaction and offered to mail the envelope back unopened. He balked at that, so I am now keeping the envelope as evidence. This is why I trust my wife and value her judgments.

+2

Victim Location 33142
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

This person contact me on behalf of AKKA Technologies for a job offer. The interview was by hangout app, after being approved by HR he send me a check, with that check I was supposed to buy some softwares and a desk for work from home. But he wanted to send him my bank account information for direct deposit and legal documents. I even received the check that I guess is fake, cause before get involved in that onboarding process I contact AKKA Technologies HR Department and they didn't recognize the names of the persons I was reached. Micheal Ramsey, Margaret B Hunter, Byron N. Dominguez, Daniel Lingard. And also they told me my name didn't appear as an applicant or hired employee, and I knew I was right, someone was trying to scam me. The job offer was too good to be real, they were offering me a job from home for $48 per hour, as a full time with all benefits. And I didn't contact the for job, I was contacted first.

+2

Victim Location 89074
Type of a scam Employment

The scammer pretended to interview me about a job I’ve been seeking. They took my address, number, and interests before I got suspicious. I was told I will be sent a check, I received two, to cash and buy office supplies.

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Victim Location 07458
Type of a scam Employment

On freelancer.com I was contacted by someone with the username "emmanuelhung" messaged me this:

"Hi [my name], AKKA TECHNOLOGIES had selected you for an Online interview now...The interview would be conducted thru the Google hangout app that way it's faster and convenient ....Do you have the google hangout app on your smart phone or can have it downloaded now so as to proceed further

All you need to do to begin with the Job interview is to download the GOOGLE HANG OUT APP now to your smart phone from the google play store or Apple Store ..Sign into the app using your email address then insert the hr manager email address([email protected])to send her a message and stay connected thru out the hiring session ...OK"

Clearly I see red flags so I did not proceed with the interaction. I am not stupid and I know that scammers use Google Hangouts as I have fell for a similar scam in the past.

+2

Victim Location 28278
Type of a scam Employment

Akka technologies contacted me about a job through the Instant Messaging on my phone. I had the interview about working from home and then I was told that will receive employment. The company were corresponding back and forth, I was told that I will get a check. Then, I would have to put the $3,865 check in my bank account. Then, I would to send a copy of my receipt of the bank account. I told the company about the hold on the check. Then, I would have to send $300.00 of my money to purchase some office equipment. I told that I could not do that, then the representative did not like my answer.

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Victim Location 28278
Type of a scam Employment

Akka technologies contacted me about a job through the Instant Messaging on my phone. I had the interview about working from home and then I was told that will receive employment. The company were corresponding back and forth, I was told that I will get a check. Then, I would have to put the $3,865 check in my bank account. Then, I would to send a copy of my receipt of the bank account. I told the company about the hold on the check. Then, I would have to send $300.00 of my money to purchase some office equipment. I told that I could not do that, then the representative did not like my answer.

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