• Report: #1119864

Complaint Review: Mr. Deal Fallin

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  • Submitted: Fri, January 31, 2014
  • Updated: Fri, January 31, 2014

  • Reported By: Ohmalley77 — Spokane Valley Washington
Mr. Deal Fallin
Internet USA

Mr. Deal Fallin Mr. Glenn Reents; AWB Limited; Cargill Australia Job Interview for Data Entry/Admin - Interview via Yahoo Messenger Internet

*Consumer Comment: Red Flags

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I applied for a position on Indeed.com and was contacted by a Sharon Powell letting me that they were impressed with my resume and thought I would be a great fit for the job. She told me I needed to create a Yahoo email account and a Yahoo Messenger account.  Once that was done, I would need to add a Mr. Deal Fallin (The name was the 1st clue but I was hopeful) to my contact list and send him an IM.

I did all of this and he replied back.  He provided me a link to check the company out which I used all during our conversation and afterwards.  Something just didn't feel right but I was excited when I got hired for Data Entry at $18/hr for 1 week of training and then $22/hr after that with full benefits.  I'm looking to work from home so I was pretty excited.  But I still kept researching the company and looking at different websites talking about Cargill Australia. [continued below]....

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Mr. Deal Fallin let me know that we would talk the next day at 9:30am MY time.  I was woken up to a text saying 'good morning ' and as it was a phone number I didn't recognize I asked who it was.  He told me it was Mr. Deal Fallin and to let him know when I'm online.  

I logged on and he asked what time it was and I told him it was 8:30am MY time. He asked me if I understood the terms of the agreement once I received the money so I told him what he had told me the prior day.  Then just like that he was saying "We'll talk tomorrow" and goodbye.  I was a little miffed by it and decided rather than Google Cargill Australia, I Googled Mr. Deal Fallin.  The 1st thing that came up was a report recently made on this site.  A few clicks later and I'm seeing reports with different names but all the same tactic.  One for Pharmacutical companies, banks etc.. 

I was so excited to find a job that allowed me to work from home, make more money and just be out of the current company I work at that takes advantage of me.  I told my kids, boyfriend and a really close friend.  I almost called in and quit over the phone at my current job because I have no loyalty towards the company any longer and there is no love lost.  Now I feel like a Schmauch.  Luckily they only got the information they already had from my resume and an email I created specifically for this job.

Lesson learned..


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#1 Consumer Comment

Red Flags

AUTHOR: Giselle - ()

Very obvious red flags here:

1. Any 'job' that requires you to interview via yahoo messanger is always going to be a scam. Google that!

2. No legitimate company offers $18-$22 per hour for data entry. A realistic income would be around minimum wage to $12 and that is if you are being paid hourly.  Work at home positions are paid by the word, sentence or page, so your income will vary greatly, depending on big the job is.

3. Why would a company alledgely in Australia be looking to hire data entry applicants in other countries? Are we to believe there are no qualified candidates in Australia?

Next 'opportunity' you encounter such as this, focus less on company/people names (scam artists change their names often and fraudently will use the names of legit companies) and more on the type of opportunity. For instance, in this case, had you google 'data entry job', 'data entry scm' or 'yahoo messagner interview', you would have found out all you needed to know. And, always remember, never 'pay' for a job. I know you did not mention that, just throwing it out there.

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