treatme.com Reports & Reviews (1)
Victim Location 55425
Type of a scam Investment
Our organization has received two separate email solicitations from Lucas Duplan (treatme.com), both sent to senior leaders at our company. In one email solicitation Mr. Duplan (email address used [email protected]): claims "...I'm a student working on a project out of Stanford regarding an employee celebration and retention solution. I'm gathering a few perspectives on the project from professionals in Minnesota and I would like to get your insight as well. Let me know if you have a few min. tomorrow to quickly connect."
The second email solicitation received by our organization (this time the email used was [email protected]), Mr. Duplan claims "..I was at the Senate Joint Economic Committee a few weeks ago and Minneapolis came up. Got your email address to see if I could get your take on something. Do you have time for a 15 min. call tomorrow or Friday?"
Upon follow-up with the first email noted above, I actually spoke with a different individual [email protected], Employee Engagement Engineer at Surprise HR Inc. Mr. Swenson starts the conversation saying Mr. Duplan is looking for feedback on a product, he then asked me to watch a demo, and then looks to see if our organization would be interested in purchasing the service. The exchange was clearly not about 'seeking feedback' or 'getting feedback.' It was about selling a product. While the business may be legitimate (although an internet search on Mr. Duplan might suggest otherwise) the tactics used to solicit interest are at best "shady."
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