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Even their phone numbers aren't real! As far as Marta Weber...she too is a ghost and her number is no longer working.
The way they SCAM you is as follows:
They initiate a transfer by giving you an account number, routing number, authorized amount from their bank. You make the transfer to your card/bank. The transfer goes through and your account is credited. Then she asks you to buy products (she asked me to buy specific Apple products). They then provide you an authentic shipping label and request you ship via fedex, ups, or usps. HOWEVER, up to ten days later (less in some cases) they process a “return receipt” that recharges your credit card (their bank never completes the ACH transfer until it’s approved by the account holder). You’ve already shipped the products and you’re out the money.
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I wish I had checked here before getting involved. Marta Weber! A liar and a cheat. SCAM! I was suspicious of their processes from the start but I became a victim. She played a good game. What a b[censored]! I’ve got two addresses. One is a distribution center in New Jersey. I also have friends in Germany. I’ll get her eventually.
I am dying to know how she scammed you. I am in no way challenging you just want to know the details. I too got involved with her and went as far as getting the name of a current "employee" whether real or a setup. The person I spoke to with broken English said that both she and her husband were skeptical at first. Seemed too good to be true but they went along with the plan and she said she is very happy with the outcome. She was receiving her first pay check within a day and also added that her husband was a HUGE fan of Marta. I admit I am a little mesmerized by the prospect and so I jumped in on a test run (purchase one item). To my amazement I was provided shipping info, repayment info and based on what I have been able to gather all went ok. My credit card did receive full payment and I confirmed that payment did clear. The only issue I see is once the package arrives at the designated address can the receiver turn around and return the item w/o a receipt to get cash/store credit or a gift card. I contacted the retailer to understand their policy and they said that their policy is to refund the entire purchase to the original payment method. Now I want to hear your story so we can all figure this Baumann&Schulz thing out.
I received the same exact letter. No company will ask you to use your own credit card for company purchases. Marta calls me every Friday and Saturday. This is the employment agreement she sent to me. Not even signed correctly. Supposedly the guy that needed to sign this was put of town and it took her over a week to get this to me. Pretty sketch.
This is great. So happy I found you all here, also scammed, the level of detail into scamming us is pretty good I’ll give them that. It reminds me of Wolf of Wall Street about how they semi legally scammed people into penny loans etc. If you’re interested in scamming people knowingly or unknowingly, this might be a great fit.
Same exact sketchy emails were sent to me by this Marta Weber. I played along as part of me hoped it was real but my more rational mind sensed a scam the whole time. Why would someone just offer you a job make 100k a year and not even interview you for the position? Then they want you to use your own credit card to buy stuff for them under the pretense that they will refund you the money plus pay you commissions for the goods shipped. It’s like people always say if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
This people are scam. Marta berta called me and offered me a branch manager. I accepted and next thing is they will put their money of 25,000 to my own credit acct and they pay me 8,200 salary monthly. We all need to be careful
So these people really do put $25,000 on your credit card?
Just received same exact email. On top a phone call.
I received same thing. I asked Marta what they needed from me to get credit check and exactly what was the job. She just resent same thing. It's probably scam. I thought they would say we need you SS #.
I received the exact same one and asked to do a zoom call with Marta Weber to which she replied: sorry, I can use only my phone in the office. I do not use skype, zoom etc. Thanks! Marta
I mean really? It’s an international company and she doesn’t know how to do a zoom call or can’t?! Please
Not sure what they are wanting to get out of this but it’s a scam.
Same exact thing sent to me.
Scammer's phone 718-705-4907
Scammer's website baumann-schulz-import.com
Scammer's address 257 Park Ave S 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10010, USA
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location NJ 08831, USA
Type of a scam Employment
Received following letter via email and received job offer and email and stopped after reading about similar scams from BBB:
Dear ******** I am pleased to offer you the position of Regional Branch Purchasing Manager in Baumann & Schulz Import-Export GmbH. Please review the detailed description below:
Company/Facility: Baumann & Schulz Import-Export GmbH Job Status: Full-Time / Part-Time
Location: New Jersey Job title: Purchasing Manager
This is a part/full-time professional position. You could start with part-time employment and continue into full-time, if you need the flexibility. This work-at-home position is responsible for generation of purchase orders using Company's money, compiling reports, preparing shipments, and other as designated administrative duties. Base salary will be $98,400.00 per year ($8,200.00 monthly) plus commission. Commission will be from 10% up to 15% of a purchase amount for every fulfilled assignment. Benefits includes Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, and Life Insurance.
Your main responsibilities include: communicating with vendors regarding products and prices, product availability, service, quality and other related issues; communicating with your Supervisor regarding vendor information as stated above; determining appropriate methods for product purchasing (from local stores/vendors or from online sites), if not previously designated by the Company; prepare and process purchase orders; prepare all designated reports; place orders on timely basis and insure on-time delivery.
You will responsible for the work designated by your personal Supervisor. You will not be required to relocate. There will be no long-distance trip requirements. Most of the work can be accomplished from home. Also, you will not be required to make any investment nor financial expense.
To succeed, you must be a self-motivated, well organized person and a skilled speaker. This position requires that you accomplish the assignments clearly and intelligibly within the defined terms and set priorities intelligently. The appropriate candidate will become an integral part of our Company's development. You will succeed if you can work remotely and efficiently and be able to efficiently plan short trips in your local area.
Probation Period Challenges:
During the probationary period, you will learn how to accomplish the assigned purchases on the Company behalf. You will also learn how to complete your entrusted duties accurately, properly, within stringent guidelines, and within agreed time frames. You will be required to act in accordance with the high standards of business process control as adopted by Baumann & Schulz Import-Export GmbH in Germany. Training will be accomplished by requiring assignments to purchase goods available in stores that are not exclusive to the United States. However, challenges will be programmed in each assignment and will increase in difficulty. For example, you will be assigned purchases that require goods of limited quantity and purchases across several retailers to complete quantity requirements. Assignments can normally be completed in 1-2 hours, easily within your spare time. Also, when purchasing large oversized items, organization, delivery and reshipment efficiencies will be essential. Please find below the detailed description of a typical first assignment under the probationary period:
• Step 1: You and your Supervisor determine all required items to purchase. This will include the assignment terms, total purchase amounts and their delivery terms and purchase locations.
• Step 2: You will purchase the required items from the local or online retailers with the monies forwarded in advance to your account. All items will be defined as allowed for the export without restriction. The first assignment will require purchasing of electronic devices from one of retailer in the US, e.g. Walmart or Best Buy. Using our help with purchasing the goods from US, customers from outside of US will save up to 120% on the cost of some products and they have guaranteed original products made especially for US market. These savings are possible due to the different taxation systems and high import duties paid by official importers. In addition, some manufacturers use a discriminatory pricing policy and inflate prices for their goods outside of US up to 110%. Most US retailers such as Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Home Depot do not allow purchases using addresses outside of US and credit cards issued by foreign banks. The purchased items may differ and we will always forward the type and the quantity of items beforehand. We will always respect your views and input. We have a large workload and operate in many countries, if you are not able to purchase some of the items, we have many options and can always propose alternatives.
• Step 3: You will send us scans and/or pictures of the receipts by email. Then you will send the purchased items by mail. All postage expenses will be paid by the Company.
• Step 4: You will make a report regarding the completed assignment. The report form will be provided to you in advance
• Step 5: Move on to the next assignment.
Salary and Benefits:
During your probation period, you will earn a normal monthly salary and commission. You will receive your payments by check or wire transfer to your personal bank account in accordance with your predefined choice. For example, say you completed 8 assignments during your probationary period, for $11,500.00 each:
Commission for each assignment: $1,150.00 (10% of $11,500.00)
Total assignments done: 8
Total commission: $9,200.00 ($1,150.00 x 8)
Your monthly salary: $8,200.00
In this example, you will receive a total payment of $17,400.00 within one week after the end of the three-week probationary period. There may be an option of receiving your commission after every fulfilled assignment.
If you decide to accept this position under the above stated terms, please forward your confirmation to my email address or give me a call.
We will have to run a credit check before you start. We will not request your private information. For the background check, the data you provided us in application form is enough.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to email me or call me at our U.S. Toll Free number +18779933550
I am at your disposal from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 15:00 to 19:00 (ET). I can call you if you send me your phone number and availability by email.
Toll Free # United States: +18779933550
Head office # in Germany, HR Dept.: +4961957209901
Baumann & Schulz Import-Export GmbH
257 Park Avenue South, 3rd Floor,
New York, NY 10010
I'm pretty sure they scam you by paying off your credit cards then you go buy the products and ship them to them.. then they are supposed to pay off your credit card again but instead they put a fraud on there account they used to pay off credit card making you owe more on your card and they get free merchandise
Same exact thing, word for word, was just sent to me. I am supposed to be the regional branch purchasing manager for Virginia. It’s a great salary and commission, if it was true, which I doubt! I’m looking at this as some sort of scam but I haven’t figured it out yet. If you open a “brand new “ bank account with no money in it, they could not get any money from you. Does anyone have any idea how this scam works? I have seen another name...Glen Jimel, I believe it is. He is supposed to be the guy who registered the company in New York but I can’t find a phone number for him. And what the hell are we all purchasing; guns, planes, tanks, bombs? It’s certainly not sox, sweat pants, toasters and etc. Not for that kind of salary!
My father received the exact same thing, and I'm trying to convince him not to pursue this. You mentioned reading about similar scams in BBB, do you mind sharing what you found + any additional context there? I can't find this firm on BBB, but I'm sure there are others like it on there...