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Scammer's phone 908-224-2845
Scammer's website www.angiodesign.com
Scammer's address Manor Stables, Corsley, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7QE, United Kingdom
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United Kingdom
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order
Initial means of contact Email

Got an email from a "Jean Weiss," supposedly with Angio-Design Ltd. , with a work-from-home job offer for copywriter/proofreader/editor. Said she found my Indeed resume & I looked good for the job. Day or so later, handed me off to a "Chloe McDermott" who conducted an hour-long interview where I answered a lot of questions about copywriting, editing, proofreading, time management, and other typical HR-sounding questions. Seemed legit. Hour later, Congrats, I passed the interview. On to a probationary week of "training" starting the next day, where I am to complete assigned tasks as a freelancer for $45/hr; after successful completion of training week, I would be hired for $50/hr, a company rep would visit me with employment papers to sign, explain benefits, etc. I did the first day of training, where I proofread/marked up a medical article on subject matter that seemed appropriate to the job & emailed it back to Chloe. (Four hours of my time wasted, as it would turn out.) Meanwhile, Chloe was sending me a "check for your Home Office Set-up i.e Software and Hardware" to be "delivered to you via FedEx Courier Service". Chloe had previously told me I was to receive office equipment of a macbook pro, flatbed scanner, fax machine, laser printer, Grammarly and AP Stylebook software. Red flag: her timing was off. Why would they send me a check before I had even worked one day? The next day, (second day of training) Chloe emailed me the fedx tracking number and said "I'll be available on-line by 10 am today via Google Hangouts to provide you with further instructions when the package is delivered." A package was delivered an hour or so later by FedX as promised, a check for $1995.20 made out to me on a check printed with a very pixilated logo Devier Enterprises, LLD in Mandeville, LA 70741 (they're a construction company - why would they be paying me for doing work for Angio-Design? red flag) routing number 000073417 (which doesn't exist according the ABA, red flag); the check number was not at the end of the routing and account number on the check ('nuther red flag); FAKE CHECK. Before the check had arrived my spidey senses were tingling. I had already started Googling Chloe and Angio-Design, and found the scam reports about them on scampulse.com. On Google Hangouts with Chloe, I messaged her that Fedx had arrived, and attached an image of the legit CEO of Angio Design's letter exposing Chloe as a scammer. Chloe told me to "Destroy the check when you receive it." I did not. I'm saving it since it is evidence. The senders name on the FedX airbill/envelope that contained the check is Susan Paige of GoPro, Inc., 3000 Clearview Way, San Mateo, CA 94402

I received the same, almost identical email as lghjlkm111 - I did the first day of "training" and felt something was off with "Chloe," so I Googled around and found these scampulse posts. "Chloe" said she had found my resume on Indeed. I had set up Indeed alerts for copywriter/editor/proofreader jobs, so initially it seemed legit. I sent a LinkedIn message to Angio Design's CEO Richard Waterfield, asking him to post a warning about "Chloe" on his LinkedIn page, if he hadn't already.

Received this email from "AngioDesign" about an interview:

Company: ANGIO-DESIGN LTD
Position Type: Full-Time/Part Time.
Positions Available: Copywriter/Technical Writer/Proofreader and Editor.
Pay: 45-50/HR
Station: Freelance/Remote
Full Time And Part time available.
Candidate Interview Reference Code: ***_____***
Job Code: 3005

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lead proofing and copy functions as a “hands on” manager, personally taking on related tasks to hit critical deadlines
Work closely with Creative Director and team in the development of new and existing concepts, and in crafting output that sells
Manage overarching editorial process and workflow for all copy-writing and proofing milestones, prioritizing work, while improving process to maximize efficiency and productivity
Supervise and coach copywriters on developing engaging content that seamlessly integrates with visual design.
Your application has been received and your resume has been reviewed by our HR Department for the position of a Copywriter/Proofreader. We believe you are capable of handling this position based on the contents of your resume you sent for our ad on INDEED. Your details have been forwarded to CHLOE McDERMOTT the Senior Chief Human Resources Officer. She will conduct an interview with you to discuss the Job Details, Pay Scale and every details you need to know about the position.

You are required to to log on to Google Hangout and send an Invite/Message to the Senior Chief Human Resources Officer CHLOE McDERMOTT on her ID at ([email protected]). An interview tag identification number has been assigned to you ***____*** . Introduce yourself to her and indicate your interview reference code.

NOTE: Send an email to ([email protected]) for further guidelines.

Interview Date: September 9, 2020.
Interview Time: Starts 9 am your time.
Interview Duration: 1 hour

We look forward to having you in our team and we wish you the very best of luck.

Regards,

Jeanne Weiss,
Human Resources Department,
AngioDesign Ltd.

I just had the same scam experience as reported by Private1579127525: "Chloe McDermott" (email address: [email protected]) found my resume on Careerbuilder, interviewed me via GoogleHangouts, and offered me the Copywriter/Editor position paying $45/hour the first week and $50/hour thereafter. At first it seemed legit enough but she kept making strange requests. Finally after a week I decided to contact AngioDesign's CEO on LinkedIn, and he confirmed my suspicions:

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Victim Location 23930
Type of a scam Employment

I was offered a job as a copywriter/editor for a company involved with an ACE inhibitor. My initial contact was *** *** who forwarded information to reach out to *** *** at [email protected] for an interview today which I was hired today to train making $45 an hour and $50 an hour at hire which sounds to good to be true. I am awaiting paperwork to arrive via email at 8 am that must be completed and returned via email by 10 am. Please investigate and let me know. They found my resume' on Careerbuilder I was told.

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