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Complaint Review: International Chamber of Commerce Craigslist Ad
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I was contacted by Cynthia Lee (Director of Human Resources) who said that Shirley Brown (Human Resources Staff) would like to conduct an online interview with me via Yahoo Chat. I was instructed to set up an account and add email@example.com to my contacts list. I was then contacted by Shirley who asked me some general questions and then had me wait while she sent my answers to her supervisors for approval. She let me know that I was a perfect candidate for the job and thet I was Hired! for the administrative assistant position. Then she asked where she could send me a check to purchase the necessary equipment. It was then that I Googled "International Chamber of Commerce Craigslist Scam" and came across other complaints against the company. I asked "Shirley" how I could verify the legitimacy of the employment opportunity and her response was that she'd worked for them for 13 years and never heard of anything illegal.
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