Harvard Risk Management Corporation Jill Barnes contacted me throughout Monster. Set up 42 minute conference call for bogus presentation on what the company does. They is full of double talk about various companies who actually offer this product Internet
*Consumer Comment: THE TRUTH ABOUT HARVARD RISK MANAGEMENT
*UPDATE Employee: Harvard Risk Management
Buyer beware Jill Barnes contacted me through Monster. This appears to be a scam. I was offered a time to be "interviewed" this turned out to be a long convoluted conference call during which the moderator gave a detailed presentation on the company and the position. A later research using Google revealed that not much of what was said did not check out. These people are using LinkedIn to post their "employees" names and career info. It is an involved sophisticated, well thought out approach. However when you go the Harvard Benefits website the Certified Identity Theft Specialist they are recruiting for is not even listed. There is no personal interview. I was given the name of Joe Kandell to call to set up an interview. The "interview" was conducted over the phone. He was not able to give clear and concise answers to my questions about where and how the "training" was to be conducted. I stopped the process there and have not responded to subsequent phone calls. The whole process seems shady. The one trainer name that I got from Joe turned out to be an attorney who gives seminars to insurance companies. I did in-depth research on the web using all the Company names and individual names given during the talk and the interview. None of it checked out. Be careful of these folks. They may be after your Social Security and banking information.
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