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• Apr 12, 2023

Scammer's phone 5714631650
Scammer's website [email protected]
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Type of a scam Employment
Initial means of contact Not applicable

Scam scam scam

Got a email about a job, got a text from Mandy about the position, she told me to save her number and that HR MANAGER RHEA was going to contact me to move forward with employment, then sent over docusign forms, I was supposed to start working on Tuesday but they never gave direct information about which ups I was to work for, so then I started texting Mandy and after a few days she then said I didn’t get the job because I had worked there before, which I have never worked at ups
Scam scam scam

• Dec 02, 2022

I find more people saying scam

Okay so I was emailed several times and called finally I answer the lady was nice asked me questions and said she had an opportunity for me at the local waste company. I called waste company they said they never heard of E talent and they do all their hiring. So I agree with the many people that say SCAM

• Oct 12, 2022

Scammer's phone 5713673209
Scammer's email [email protected]
Victim Location FL 34221, USA
Type of a scam Employment

I received a job offer from E-Talent Network. They asked me to agree to the job description and they wanted me to submit my resume. I did what they asked of me. A day later I received more text messages setting up an interview with a woman. When the time came for the interview a man with a foreign accent called asked about my experience in the position. Shortly after the call ended I called the WIC office to ask if they were partnering with this company and they said they have no record of this company

Victim Location 37716
Type of a scam Employment

Calls come in with a follow up email asking for personal info over unsecure email, usually cc'd and possibly bcc'd to several emails.

The cc'd emails of course are all visible which is the 2nd red flag. The first red flag is they state I applied to one of their job posts though I have never seen one or heard of this company until I set up an account on, after this I started getting several calls a day from this company as well as many other similar scams.

I have since removed all contact info from there and my posted resume, but it was too late, but it has stopped many other scam calls. This company has been calling from various numbers since 2019 and asking me for sensitive personal info in emails as well. No legit company asks for ss# or PMI info to be typed out in an unencrypted email.

A resume attachment, sure if you verify you are talking with an actual hr department or hm, but a lot of companies also use a secure web portal for this. Be careful though because this company has fake web portals, and I have seen others. It's best to make sure you are speaking with the company, if you aren't sure the recruiter is legit.

Also, most of the time they don't give you an actual address of where the office or site you'll be working. I ask them for a physical address because I want to drive out there and check mileage and it usually shuts them down.

It's 100 Genuine, I got the job replying on same emails you all are talking about.
And this is my 3 contract with E-Talent and 22nd century,
Then never asked me any sensitive information,
They just asked me for a permission to submit my profile, that's it. Then on interview they will ask you everything.
My whole resume and information was with them before only. They just asked me for acknowledgement about pay rate on mail, then I got call in ,2 days then video interview next day, and now I am working for it.
You can see my offer letter.
Just zoom it


I'm being aggressively pursued by this outfit. I refuse to give them any personal info because I think they're on a fishing expedition (phishing expedition).

Recently, I received two back to back emails from etalent, both asking me to type out my info in an email. No recruiter, consultant company, or employer asks for sensitive information to be typed out in an insecure email, this is a huge red flag. The definition of sensitive info is any data that can be tied to and/or identify a person. In other words, your name and address, resume, and even partial social is a huge no,no in an insecure email. Also most, if not all, are not going to aggressively pursue you by calling from several phone numbers, and sending multiple emails from different contacts over a short period of time. This tactic is to create a sense of urgency and try to dupe people into giving up info they normally would not, before thinking about it.
People in the business realize that not everyone looking for a job is sitting around waiting and that many folks are currently employed. If a recruiter, consultant company, or so called employer calls you over and over from different numbers, sends emails from several different contacts, or attempts to collect sensitive info from a person via insecure email, then it's 99% a phishing scam. (It could be 1% a company that has no clue what they are doing. Why work for them?)


SCAM fake covid vaccine jobs for RN. I called the NJ department of health..and there is no contract to use E-Talent to staff RN to give Covid Vaccines. People who call have Indian accents with names like Glenn Smith and Mandy Collins.

Always ask with whom the contract is and call to confirm that an agency had a contract with whomever.


@Susanne Parker,
Have you Googled E-Talent Network? If not, you might want to do so. Re: Comment about Indian accents. The OP's comment might not be something I'd say online. However, have you read the emails these folks put out there? Didn't you notice the glaring misuse of grammar, awkward sentence structures, inability to differentiate between whether to use singular nouns and verbs or plural nouns and verbs? Recruiters and office workers who are legit typically hire people who have a background in business administration. They don't make grammatical errors that most high school students wouldn't make. That tells me right away that English is foreign to them. While many excellent companies employ people from foreign countries, those companies have high standards and criteria which must be met and maintained by those they choose to hire. The folks from e-talent network who so aggressively pursue people with their unsolicited emails and phone calls fall PAINFULLY short in terms of said criteri! Your glowing review of this outfit makes me wonder whether or not you're a part of the alleged scheme? Or, were you paid to write it?

That is because the Department of Health is not the one doing the hiring. It is FEMA that is contracting with E-Talent to send in emergency workers to their Mega sites to help with staffing during this pandemic. If you called the DOH and spoke to someone who answers the phone they would not necessarily know that. Well someone named Mandy Collins with an Indian accent from E-talent hired me to work the Mega-site in Atlantic City and Sewell NJ and I can assure you it is not a scam. I have been there for about a month and I have been pain twice and I get all the hours I want. So how is this a scam? I think your comments about having accents is a little bigoted, don't you think?

got a couple emails, did some research found out it is a SCAM... this is how our information is getting in the wrong hands. BIG SCAM... block them let them know you know they are a scam that you saw them on the news.. you will never get a hassle from them. this is one of the emails that I got . --- Hi Candiann,

Please find below the job details:

Title: Office Clerk
Location: Phoenix, AZ 85007
Duration: 6 months
Client: State of AZ
Job ID: 80692

Hours/week 40
Position Description
Duties: heavy filing, sorting/alphabetizing documents, photocopying, labeling correspondence, pulling files based on a list, stuffing envelopes, organizing documents into file or notebook, placing files in boxes for storage, etc.
Experience in a professional office atmosphere is required
15 minute phone interview.
Candidate must be able to start by 3/1 but 2/22 is the ideal start date

Please provide the following information
Rate Expectation:
Full Name:
Contact No:
Alternate contact (if any):
Email address:
Current Location:
Visa status

Kindly share your detailed resume at [email protected]

If you are qualified and interested in making a change or know of a friend who might have the required qualifications, please call me ASAP at (703) 258-3362 Ext.761, even if we have spoken recently about a different position. If you do respond via e-mail please include a daytime phone number so I can reach you. In considering candidates, time is of the essence, so please respond ASAP. Thank you.

Sincerely yours,
E TalentNetwork
8251 Greensboro Drive
[email protected]
(703) 258-3362 Ext.761

Note: Please allow me to reiterate that I have chosen to contact you either because your resume has been posted to one of the internet job sites to which we subscribe, or because you have previously submitted your resume to our company. I assumed that you are either looking for a new employment opportunity, or you are interested in investigating the current job market.

If you would prefer I contact you at a later date, please indicate your date of availability so that I may honor your request. In any event, I respectfully recommend you continue to avail yourself to the employment options and job market information we provide with our e-mail notices.

You have received this message because either you have contacted our Company to express interest in employment, or you have posted your Resume in an area accessible to recruiters or HR professionals, which implies an interest in being contacted regarding employment opportunities.


Just curious. What is the research you did because I was recruited by them and I am working and getting all the hours I want. What makes you think it is a scam?

I was contacted by two different companies for remote jobs working with the State of Minnesota. When inquiring about position they were offering they continued to ask for my resume' despite them stating that they had found me on Indeed and my resume' was a good fit. Again when I contacted them they stated that the hiring managers were really busy and would contact me when they are able. Red flags all around. Beware of these scammers.


I was contacted via email yesterday regarding an open position. I researched them only to discover they are at the very least fraudulent and it appears seeking additional info involving identity theft.


Today I got several emails from them, all about the same position but all different recruiters.


E-talent is a scam: In my case it was a nice indian lady contacted me by Email/phone helping me to find a job in pandemic time, very nice of her :) The website and the story how they find my resume looked legit. Guys do more research before you sent them your resume/personal information. Some people have a really [censored]ty job and life and they actually get paid to make your life [censored]tier too. That's their choice :) So be careful.

"Pay Rate: $22/hr on w2 without benefits

Position Title: Temperature Screening Proctors
Position ID: 20-05537
Client: Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District
Location: Oakland, CA"

- Tucson, AZ, USA

Scammer's phone (703) 261-7028 Ext.386
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location AZ 85746, USA
Type of a scam Employment

First, it was an email followed up by call. They aid they were from E Talent Network saying they are a temp agency wanting to have me looked at for a position at Raytheon. They said they found my resume on ZipRecruiter. Seems too fishy to me. 22nd Century Technologies was also mentioned in the email. I spoke to Parmender Singh and his boss name is Frank. They do have a website, but this website says the business is out of business.

- Fresno, CA, USA

Scammer's phone 1-703-261-7028
Scammer's address [email protected]
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location CA 93705, USA
Type of a scam Employment

They called me and said they were with zip recruiter. They told me about a job I was seeking . I went to the actual company website and that job was available. They wanted my resume . The next day they emailed me wanting my month and date of birth . Both phone contacts they wanted the last 4 of my social of which I would not give them. They contacted me the next day on an unknown number wanting my date of birth. I blocked their emails and calls.

- San Jose, CA, USA

Country United States
Victim Location CA 95150, USA
Type of a scam Employment

They keep calling me telling me about a job and when I call them back the phone hangs up. This is what they keep sending me


Thanks for reply!!

I tried to reach you but your number is on VM so kindly share the best time to reach you also we have max $55k/yr on w2 with benefits for this position will that work for you??

Thanks & Regards

Neha Thakur

E TalentNetwork

Technical Recruiter

Contact No.: (877) 733-3555 Ext 210

Email: [email protected]


cid:[email protected]

- West Orange, NJ, USA

Scammer's phone 732-301-7057
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location NJ 07052, USA
Type of a scam Employment

Hi/ my name was here

Pleasure speaking with you over the phone.

Please respond to the email with an acknowledgement to the below mentioned statement

In order to avoid any duplicate submittals of my resume, I give the exclusive right to 22nd century technologies to consider my profile for the position Administrative Assistant at East Hanover, NJ for Novartis Job ID: 8284325

Please type in your First, Middle and Last Name below as it appears on your Social Security card or Passport

Name: ? _____________________________

I agree to work for this position at $25.00/hr. on w2 without benefits for 1 Year contract.

I agree to the payment terms of Bi-Weekly basis.

I will be available for a Phone/In-person interview when the interview request occurs.

I further agree not to submit my resume through any other agency for this specific position.

Job Description

Job Title: Administrative Assistant I

Location: East Hanover, NJ 07936

Duration: 1+ Year (Extendable**)

Job ID: 8284325

Client: Novartis


Supports one or more senior-level managers within the Commercial organization. Performs more complex administrative activities including managing meeting agendas, coordinating and tracking edits to commercial documents with legal department, and assisting with communications with customers. Requires strong written and verbal communication skills. This role requires someone to be agile and flexible as the responsibilities will vary.

Key responsibilities include:

Heavy calendaring; travel arrangements; processing expense reports; light Ariba purchasing; arranging video conferences, TCs, and internal /external meetings; maintaining departmental org charts; ordering office supplies.

Point person for assisting in directing which lawyer is responsible for legal review requests; Printing materials and helping with preparation for meetings.

May be responsible for composing correspondences and communicating information on behalf of manager.

Create and prepare routine presentations/memos/reports for approval.

This candidate must be a team player who is proactive and can successfully handle multiple assignments with competing priorities in a fast paced environment,.

While proactively reaching out within the organization to find solutions, anticipate needs of manager, have excellent attention to detail, and function as a partner

Technical Skill

highly proficient in all administrative support skills.

Demonstrated good to excellent skills in key computer applications (e.g., Windows, Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Outlook), with proven ability to learn new technologies

Previous Client experience is preferred including working with CWT travel Website, Concur, Ariba, etc.

8+ years of exp. supporting executive level managers


Administrative Assistant


Managing Projects

Problem Solving


Note: For more details please call at 732-301-7057 Ext:730

You can refer someone who might be good fit. I apologize if this email bothered you in any way

Thanks & Regards,

Rajpreet Singh

Sr. Technical Recruiter

732-301-7057 Ext:730

[email protected]

E Talent Network

- Crofton, MD, USA

Scammer's phone 844.473.8568
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location MD 21114, USA
Type of a scam Phishing

I received an email from this person saying they found my resume on a career website and they asked me to send them an updated resume and my full name. Later I found out that this company is just a scam! They just want to get your information most likely for identity theft. Their website looks legit but it has no address nor phone number for contact. When you call the telephone number on the email you just get voice messages. The website has their name listed but no reviews at all, which means no one has ever worked for them. They prey on people looking for a new job and I would really appreciate if you guys could flag them and help catch them. Thank you so much.

- Lees Summit, MO, USA

Scammer's phone 703-373-7340
Scammer's website
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location MO 64082, USA
Type of a scam Employment

E-Talent Network also dba 22nd Century contacted me by email for employment. Asked for my social security name and full name. I provided the info as I was told it was needed for employment verification. I have learned that this company is running an employment scam to obtain social security numbers. Please help in anyway possible.

- Yucaipa, CA, USA

Scammer's phone 703-373-3740 Ext- 270
Scammer's website
Scammer's address did not provide
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location CA 92399, USA
Type of a scam Business Email Compromise

This is not the first email I have received, I have received 4 IDENTICAL emails all with the same set up. They are quick to respond and call you within minutes when you respond to their email. They are of Indian according to their accent, and they describe the job and say are you interested? Okay, great! Can I have your social so I can submit it to the client? Then they send a form for you to fill out in which they need your D.O.B, address, declared of U.S Citizen, and phone number. Unfortunately I was gullible with the first individual 3 weeks ago as I provided all of my information as he explained he has a position from UPS that pays $28.50. My father and cousin works at UPS and have been there for 10+ years and said UPS does not partner with these companies. Please help, I believe they are in the process of identity thief.

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