REAZN Reports & Reviews (6)
Employment ScamYes they contacted me too, offering a job that sounded too good to be true! Then of course, they wanted my bank info to send me a check to pay for software equipment. They asked if they could trust me with a check. Funny, how ironic. Yes, that was a big clue.
They are a scamYou are interviewed through Skype messenger. They offer $30 an hour for very little work, which is a big red flag. But the biggest red flag of all is offering to send a check. Expecting said check to be deposited into my bank account. In order to download software onto a computer that is supposed to be sent to me. Or expecting me to except a check to then buy said equipment. A real remote job will provide you with the equipment and the software on site equipment for you to do the job there is no reason why a company a legitimate company would have rather send you a check then send you prepared equipment for you to use.
Victim Location 30363
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order
I was contacted via text message a few days after I had submitted several online applications through Indeed for WFH opportunities. I was then guided to Telegram via which the interviewer asked me basic interview style questions. The interview seemed suspicious since it was conducted on Telegram, but the English was perfect and they linked the website of the company they were impersonating, which made it seem far more legitimate. Afterwards, I was sent an Official Employment Offer Letter, which once again included well written and seemingly legitimate information. After signing this document, I was then sent a check for roughly $4000, which I was supposed to spend via Zelle to purchase working "equipment" including a laptop, printer, etc. This immediately set off the alarms that this was a scam, since they wanted me to handle "company funds" with virtually no track record of work other than what was on my resume. I immediately knew that this check would bounce, so I "deposited" it, and kept the person who had been in communication with me waiting for the funds to clear. After a couple days, I told them that the check had bounced, so they deleted the telegram chat, instantly erasing the entire history of communication between me and them. The emails I was receiving with documents were from "Mark Smith" and the Telegram/Interviewer was "Micheal Richard". The address I have listed for the scammer is the address from which I was mailed the check, and it was sent by an "Emily Brooks"
Victim Location 27215
Type of a scam Employment
They asked me was I interested I said yes the first time and they promised a certain amount when I finished training during and the end of it which I never got and they would ask me to open bank account. And they would email me these check that they told me to print off and deposit into the account at the bank I did that they said the check were fraudulent then they start sending me checks that were thousands of dollars also and I was to deposit those these were supposed to be company checks so thinking they are legit I took them to the bank the bank told me they were coming up fraudulent checks and explained that my account could get frozen so I let them know what the bank said they acted like they were good they lied they then started all kinds of accounts like Bitcoin and cash app and voyager as so forth... They wanted me to take Uber and go to a Bitcoin ATM paying money I didn't have and they didn't offer to pay for the trip they would have me to send money to vendors but the vendor either rejected the payment or sent it back
Finally .. a review. I have been looking all day b/c a few things just felt off to me. Thank you for posting your experience.
did they say there where going to send equipment to your house
Sign in to see
If you know any contact information for REAZN, help other victims by adding it!