|SEVG, Ltd. Maggie Montrie Bogus job offer of salary and commission. Internet |
|15th of Mar, 2011 by User120311 |
|This scam states that they found my resume at Beyond.com. I have never posted a resume there and have contacted them to have it removed, if indeed it was there.|
dateMon, Mar 14, 2011 at 1:32 PM
here is a Part-Time Job(beyond's resume)
mailed-by89.mail-out.ovh.nethide details Mar 14 (2 days ago) Dear name, We''ve found your resume at beyond.com and it appears that you meet our basic requirements for initial consideration and would like to offer your a position as a Payment Processing Agent. Our company is well-known not only in the USA but all over the world. We are dealing with arts all over the world, bringing buyers and sellers together. Two to three hours a day performing your duties over the Internet is sufficient for this position. There are no start-up or any other fees. The company covers all the fees related to the hiring process. We provide one month paid training period, during which you will receive online training and support as well as a regular paycheck. A personal supervisor guides your training. At the end of your training, the personal supervisor will make the final decision whether or not to extend a permanent offer. Your training is critical to your success! Your starting salary will be $2,300 per month plus 8% commission from each transaction during the training period. Total income, given the current volume of clients, should be about $4,500 per month. After the training period, base salary will be $3,000 per month plus 8% commission. My goal is to spark your interest. Given the present economy, our position offers training, support and a pay scale comparable to an entry-level position requiring 40 hours per week. I hope you will
explore, compare, and then contact me with your questions. Yours faithfully, Maggie Montrie SEVG Ltd. .
|Two years later, this scam is still active because there are a lot of job boards on the Internet owned by Beyond.com/The Career Network. All you have to do is apply to a job listed on one of those job boards, or sometimes a legitimate job board because they may get their listings from other job boards. If you click on the link to apply to a job and see an application form from Application Tree or Gigats, a profile for you is automatically created on Beyond.com using the information you entered and the resume you attached on the form. And, no, the application doesn't go to an employer. Your contact information is sold to a college recruiter and other advertisers who will call you nonstop and send spam to your email account.|
Some of the job boards/websites associated with Beyond.com are: Job Animal, Employer-Network, Mikeroweworks, Logistics Jobsite, Construction JobForce, SalesHeads, JobCircle, Engineer Jobs, Business Workforce, HealthCare Jobsite, Education Jobsite, Hospitality Jobsite, TechCareers, Financial JobBank and IndianapolisGigs, Look for the Beyond.com name and logo somewhere on the webpage. According to the Better Business Bureau, Beyond.com has gone out of business because they're not able to reach them. However, when I wanted to delete my profile from their website and another victim tried to complain, the contact email address and telephone number displayed on the website didn't work. They do still have a website. However, their headquarters may have moved recently because the address was previously in King of Prussia, PA - which still appears in whois data - but, YP now shows an address for them in Indianapolis, IN and links to their website.
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