Treela Insurance Reports & Reviews (2)
Victim Location 39705
Type of a scam Employment
I applied for a position on Indeed.com where this job was listed. I received an email from Angela Guibord stated that my information was forwarded to her by one of the HR managers and that all further hiring process will go through her. At the time, I thought it was kind of fishy, but I wasn't for sure because I applied for the position on Indeed. So I responded back to the email asking could I be contacted via phone to know more about the job details. Angela responded back to me wanting to know my contact information again. She contacted me from the 800 number, and I asked her questions about the position. So that is when I thought the job was legit. So I forwarded her my information that I was suppose to sign and send to her including my picture ID. I also had to forward her on how I wanted to get paid, so I listed my PayPal information instead of bank account information. So as I sent her my information she sent me a welcome aboard email about the position and the probationary period. It also stated in the paperwork that you would receive first salary payment afterward first four weeks. After receiving packages and sending them off like I was suppose to within one to two business days, my probationary period ended on May 1st. I sent Angela several emails couple days before to make sure that I would be receiving my payment on time, and that I haven't received any incoming packages for the week, and the next steps for job. I was suppose to receive my first payment on May 3rd through PayPal, and did not receive it. I sent various emails throughout the day, went on the company site and sent an email that is listed on there as"[email protected]" to see where was my payment. I was totally scammed because as of May 4th, I still have not been contacted by the company nor Angela about my payment. So if you ever receive an email or come across this site, please be aware that it is a scam.
Victim Location 42003
Type of a scam Employment
To be honest I'm not sure if it is a scam or not but I've been made to feel by others like it is so I am reporting it. After submitting my resume to Indeed.com I received an email from someone regarding my application. Since I had submitted my resume I'd assumed it was a contact from that. I was offered a position as an Independent Quality Specialist with SS (SafeSpace) Ins. I was then contacted by a Senior Manager Angela Guibord with Treela Insurance who stated hiring would be handled through her. I accepted the position and have been set up for receiving packages for shipment. As there are many reshipping job scams I'm afraid I may have been scammed. My job consists of receiving packages, inspecting those packages, and then reshipping those packages to another address. So far the addresses to ship to have been the same two address with different suite numbers. The job description is as follows on their site..."A Home-Based Insurance Agent (An HBIA) primarily works from his own residence. As an HBIA, you will receive the goods which are, for some reason, not obtained by store customers who we have a contract with for this particular service. On top of that, the agent receives the goods confiscated by our Anti-Fraud Department specialists. Stores get a compensation for such merchandise. Aer that we redeem these products and redirect them to our agents. The Agent's task is to ascertain that the item is suitable for further reimplementation and examine the original packaging to see if it has been opened or damaged. Electronics do not require verification of their functionality can be witnessed by the factory packaging. Aer the agent’s report, these goods will be distributed to our various warehouses for their further utilization. We recruit agents in as many cities as possible to minimize our transportation costs of the products delivered to such agents due to a wide geography of the business. The goods will be either sent in previous buyer's name and an agent's address or with an invoice written in agent's names. It all depends on when the return of the goods takes place. If it is an interception, then the package will be in buyer's names and the agent's address indicated on it. If the original purchase is rejected or never picked up from the store, we redeem the parcel and, due to such situation, the item will be sent in the agent's name and address. The invoice will have the agent's information indicated on it to make sure the asset reaches the agent safe and sound. The purchasing cost is, by all means, covered by the company." How do I determine if it is a scam or legit?
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