EE Intercultural Affairs Reports & Reviews (1)File a complaint
Total money lost $1,500
Type of a scam Employment
This lady named Caroline Dias uses Indeed.ca to find resumes, and offers people bogus work at a huge rate of pay, plus many promises such as increases, benefits and bonuses. She claims in an introductory email that EE Intercultural Affairs is opening an office "in your city" and is populating it with staff ahead of time. The opportunity is work-from-home at first. Duties are to create PowerPoint presentations about the area to ostensibly be shown to foreign students. There is no face-to-face interview or meeting with anyone. I got the job in 2 days, and my references were not called. When I pressed for executive tier and revenue stream information, she didn't answer my Telegram texts and claimed their internet connection went down. After more digging, I found out from ScamPulse.com that this is a scam but unfortunately not before I worked 60 hours, on top of my regular job. Stay clear of CAROLINE DIAS AND EE INTERCULTURAL AFFAIRS.
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