Answered an employment ad in Craigslist. Inbound Call Agents-$1000-$1500-per week - Work From Home and then called Steve Vaughan At: 888-649-0012. I was asked to visit a website, watch the video and then call back on his private number ( probably a google number ) to set up an orientation. This video and ad stresses no cost involved. What they dont disclose is that this whole exercise is about getting your credit card and thats it. They make it seem like you will get 100 inbound calls a day and makes up to 4k a week taking calls for people who want free offers. They reference brand named companies and thier products and services like Netflix and ProActive.
Here is the bottom line. You are directed to a website to start filling out your personal information and then are stopped as you dont have enough credits to continue. Haha well the whole bait and switch is that we are all consumers and you now as a condition of working with this fraudulent company whos website is registered as anonymous in whois look up, but are told the company is in California, you must select one of the offers yourself. You are being misled to give out all your personal info and credit card to a guy who's name is probably fake as well. At the end, if you go along with it, you will get a website address, number like Steves, a copy and paste email script, and you will go out and find, not consumers who want free stuff, but more unsuspecting job seekers who are just being converted to "consumers" to steal your identity and financial information. I let Steve know I turn in people like him the authorities after he tried to convince me it was not a scam and was promptly hung up on. If any job on any website directs you to a video and not a company, its most likely a scam!! Dont waste your time. Take names, numbers and turn these people in to the local police if not federal authorities and the FTC. They are predators.